Agent Kofi Natei Nartey helps an ESPN analyst quickly relocate to a new Hollywood Hills property before his current lease expires, while Kennon Earl and Nancie Richards scramble to move a Venice property in a matter of days.
Agent Elise Woroboff tries to help a friend unload the multi-million dollar mansion she designed and decorated herself, but, overprotective of the property, the client will only allow one major showing. And Valerie Fitzgerald tries to find a property for an emerging pop artist with specific tastes, but his ever-changing wish list could prove to be too much for her to work with.
Agent Katy Landrum takes on a developer client, who doubts her abilities, in hopes that she can prove herself and gain her client's trust to be considered to list his ever growing property empire. Christophe Choo entertains a German baron who's flown overseas to find a family estate in the $20 million price range.
A veteran agent has to price, stage, and sell a property for his client who grew up in the house and is emotionally attached to it. And a young agent helps a friend and her fiance look for a starter home after toxic mold in their condo made them sick and forced them to move in with his parents.
Actor Esai Morales enlists the help of Thomas Magazeno to sell his Hollywood Hills home so he can move to a more kid-friendly location, but an aggressive pricing strategy leaves the actor with some serious reservations. Also, agent Kennon Earl takes a trip to Kauai to advise his restaurateur clients on a new investment property; but finding them a place where the numbers makes sense proves to be a challenge.
Agent Kofi Natei Nartey tries to expand his business with a $10 million listing in Las Vegas. His plan is to cast a wide net appealing to the local, LA and international communities with target marketing. And broker David Bailey's hard-to-please client and long-time friend Joni Rim is relocating to the West Coast and is in need of a $1 to $1.5 million condo near Beverly Hills' Golden Triangle.
After bringing a small distressed property to a mega investor client, the pressure's on for Steven Aaron to advise on construction/design and pricing, but if his market advice misses the mark, his client will be saddled with a bad investment and will question their current go-to broker. Core's Richard Lupia Jr. has to find a short-term lease for actor Stephen Baldwin, who is moving to LA for his new TV show, but the actor's constantly changing wish-list makes this search anything but an sure thing.
Two agents' mega client has decided to unload nearly $10 million in challenging properties on Catalina Island. While the real estate pros jump at the chance, they'll have to come up with a plan to overcome locale or they'll be left floundering. And veteran property expert David Bailey's difficult client needs to find a $4 to $5 million home with two specific requirements: it must be a one-story home and be within walking distance to his paradise - the golf club.
Agent Barbara Koutnik has her hands full with actor Dennis Franz's Santa Barbara investment property. A 2012 Design Home, the pocket listing will play host to dozens of events over the next several months, preventing Barbara from fully putting it on the market. If Barbara can spin her client's scheduled events and photo shoots as marketing, she hopes to get an interested buyer on the hook to close before the end of the year. Meanwhile, agent Merrie Kung has been given 30 days to find her new client a new stateside nest for his wife and baby-to-be. But as a jet setting foreign record producer, he's rarely around to look.
Core's Richard Lupia must find NBA star Matt Barnes and his wife Gloria an estate in the Valley, but after his client is traded to the Clippers, the couple decides to stay closer to his practice facilities in the South Bay causing the search to abruptly change course. And, when Kofi Natei Nartey's client refuses to let him have an open house, he decides to market the listing through local businesses in the Playa Vista community. Kofi, who is also a resident of the community, hopes for a slam-dunk and become the go-to agent for the area's residents.
Kennon Earl has been asked to find magazine mogul Mark Kurian a home in the Hollywood Hills to increase his presence on the LA scene. And Katy Landrum has been tasked to sell 30 modern Venice lofts for new developer client Pat Ayau. Catering to a new movement of Geek Chic on the west side of the city, she hopes she can get capitalize on what will become Silicon Beach.
When broker Rob Aigner hears of an agent in his Santa Barbara office is in despair, he decides to help dually market the property in LA as a home away from home. And back in LA, Kofi Natei Nartey gets a client through one of his networking groups, and vows to help them find a home near Redondo Beach before their upcoming wedding.
An important client recruits Merrie Kung to help him diversify his investment portfolio with a three-bedroom rental property in Westwood on a million dollar budget, a tall order. Meanwhile, Vanessa Fitzgerald's client looks for a non-traditional office space for his music company. He wants it to be a work/live space with the amenities of a condo building.
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