In order to keep the brass happy at a top development company, Michele Kleier must sell a modern $9-million penthouse asap. Meanwhile, broker Richard Steinberg gets stressed out over a model suite's transformation, when it slows down his ability to market and sell the property's 40-plus units.
Core broker Tom Postilio thinks outside of the box in order to sell two luxury apartments located across the street from a city sanitation facility. (Complete with sweeping vistas of garbage trucks!) Meanwhile, Warburg agent Deborah Lupard takes on a soap star's authentic Tribeca listing and discovers the loft's private rooftop space is a harder sell than expected.
Veteran Gumley Haft Kleier broker John Mehigan lands an exclusive and unique property: a private island home, an hour outside the city. But finding the right buyer will be like finding a needle in a haystack. Meanwhile, Michael Graves of Core needs to attract the right buyer for a Park Avenue apartment with unseen potential. He decides to hold an event of a different kind to get eyes on the listing.
A design-savvy couple entrusts the sale of their Williamsburg townhouse to Core agent Doug Bowen, in order to relocate to California. Meanwhile, Gumley Haft Kleier agent Bruce Cohen tries to avoid wasting time on a client and friend who may have spent too much time away from the city, and is out of touch with the Manhattan market.
Broker Samantha Kleier works with her best friend, who's torn between staying in the city and moving to the 'suburbs; while agent Deborah Lupard tries her hardest to convince a client that he needs to move in to his newly purchased Financial District apartment ? not put it up for sale before giving the neighborhood a try.
Despite a dream budget, and the shot at a double commission, brokers Samantha and Sabrina Kleier find it tough to meet the demands of a wealthy bachelor looking to make a lifestyle change. And Core's Kirk Rundhaug gets frustrated when a design-savvy divorcee waffles on the offer of a lifetime and the chance to become a high-end real estate flipper.
Core agent Maggie Kent works with a new client whose looking to upgrade from his one bedroom co-op so he can spend more time in Manhattan. Over on the West Coast, Warburg broker Richard Steinberg partners with a Los Angeles agent in order to help a dear friend find the perfect L.A. pad.
When Nashville based country star Clay Walker wants a place to hang his hat in New York City, Samantha Kleier gets the referral. However, she must help her client get over the sticker shock, or risk losing more high profile referrals from ex-boss and publicist Susan Blond. Meanwhile, Warburg agent Deborah Lupard has her own out-of-town client to educate - a San Francisco-based artist who wants a spacious live/work space in a trendy neighborhood that doesn't break the bank.
Gumley Haft Kleier matriarch Michele prepares for the impending seasonal market shift by looking for a new agent to join the family business. When two candidates show promise, she realizes that it won't be an easy decision. Meanwhile, Core CEO Shaun Osher searches for a last minute rental deal in the Hamptons, hoping to find an appropriate house for his family's imminent vacation? before it's too late.
To sell an impressive $6.75-million listing in a controversial building, Warburg broker Richard Steinberg manages opposing visions as a professional stager and Feng Shui find themselves at odds. Meanwhile, the Kleiers negotiate between a mother and daughter who disagree on the need for a doorman, but may see the value in buying over renting.
In an effort to impress a foreign investor and ensure future business, Warburg broker Leslie Modell Rosenthal must convince him to invest in an $150,000 reno in order to sell his outdated condo quickly. But when unexpected problems arise, Leslie worries that her promise to keep the work on time and on budget may fall short. Across town, to sell a rundown Park Avenue apartment, Core agent Elizabeth Kee believes her client must spend money to improve its first impression or drop the price dramatically. When the answer is no to both suggestions, the young agent must get creative, or risk losing the listing.
Core agent Maggie Kent must help a friend find her real estate legs in an attempt to upgrade her current apartment on a limited budget. Meanwhile, Gumley Haft Kleier broker Sabrina Kleier tries to convince a high-powered lawyer to up her budget after a failed bid is made on her ideal first home.
Gumley Haft Kleier broker Laurel Rosenbluth deals with a one-of-a-kind listing that's bound to attract interest, but to make sure it's the right kind, she needs to find the right listing price. And Warburg agent Leslie Modell Rosenthal deals with a stressed out client, whose downsizing dreams of moving to Florida are hindering her ability to commit to buying a New York pied-a-terre.
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