Season 7, Episode 5

Agents Constantly Have To Prove Themselves Whether They're Just Beginning, Or Seasoned Professionals

Deb's latest clients are considering selling their large apartment in Tribeca, so they can downsize to a smaller two-bedroom apartment. They're nearing retirement and their lifestyle needs have changed. But, before they make the decision to sell, they want to see what inventory is out there. Recently featured in Forbes' magazine influential Top 30-under-30 list, Jarrod Randolph, CORE's newest agent, has been making a name for himself in the city selling out high-profile new developments. He now has his first listing with CORE, so he needs to prove himself not only within the company but as 'someone to watch' in NYC real estate.
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