In this exciting series premiere, Ryan takes on a friend's listing before realizing that she has some secrets in her closet. Michael goes head-to-head with one of downtown's best brokers, but finds out that his toughest competition may be his own lack of experience. Fredrik lands a listing in the "greenest building in the world," but in order to make some green himself, he's going to have to please his often foul-mouthed and short-tempered client.
Now that Ryan's cleaned up Adrianna's apartment, he's got to find a way to sell it. . .even if that means learning a new language. The stress of Michael blowing his first major deal doesn't ease up with his new Park Avenue listing, which results in him hiring masseuses for his open house. Fredrik's past success with a former client has her seeing dollar signs: too many, perhaps, because now she wants to sell her current apartment for a million dollars more than he anticipated.
Fredrik lands an entire building from one of New York City's most prolific developers, but there's just one catch: the project is still under construction and he's trying to sell the units before they reach completion. Ryan picks up a listing in Gramercy Park and hopes to prove that his youth and energy will be a good fit in this old and conservative neighborhood. Michael makes the fateful call that will determine if he sells $30 million worth of apartments in Trevor's building or if he ends up with nothing.
Fredrik lines up a private showing for his project on Washington St. and quickly realizes that one couple may be his key to selling 30 percent of the entire building. Michael lands a listing with Fredrik's current client, Zach Vella, and is happy to be representing some units on his home turf: Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. Ryan represents a buyer who's an up-and-coming financial trader, but things aren't as easy as they look, the client has a very unique pet that's going to be a tough sell to any building's owner.
Zach Vella is frustrated by Michael's lack of progress at the Park Avenue building, and brings in another real estate agent to help out. Unfortunately for Michael, that agent may be more foe than friend. Ryan concocts a plan to photograph models for his sexy new rental located in Chelsea, but now he just has to figure out a way not to fall head-over-heels for one of them.
Michael, upset over his treatment by Fredrik on their co-listing, calls a lunch meeting to sort out their problems so they can move forward. Things go awry, however, when Fredrik defends his actions, arguing that nothing matters to him except selling the apartment. That leaves Michael faced with a tough decision: cut his losses and move on, or stay teamed-up with someone he feels is a bully. Ryan, meanwhile, has an out-of-town married couple as his new clients. What should be an easy jaunt around the city looking at apartments quickly turns into a never-ending search where Ryan has to be as much marriage counselor as he is real-estate agent.
Now that Michael's moved on from Fredrik, he's trying to prove himself at his new Jean Nouvel building by turning a low offer into a potential sale. Uptown, Ryan makes a last ditch effort to appease Nick and Penelope, and this time he's come prepared with a secret weapon. Fredrik has enormous confidence that he can sell the apartment belonging to his new client, Tim. However, finding him a new place in an ultra-modern building may be the one thing that leads Fredrik and Michael to cross paths once again.
Fredrik returns home to Sweden to check on his personal company, mentor his brokers, visit his family and, of course, to sell some real estate. Michael lands his biggest listing yet, a townhouse in the West Village. However, if he wants to prove himself to the developer, he needs to show how much he’s recently learned. And speaking of big listings, Ryan gets a $25 million Soho apartment that’s more palace than penthouse. In his quest to market it creatively, he throws a Fashion Week party there which suddenly spirals out of control.
Michael tries to sell his biggest listing of the season by throwing a carnival-themed open house. Hopefully for him, some kids show up before his plan backfires. Ryan does everything he can to get his Fashion Week party under control so that the owner, Ken, won’t yank him off this $25 million apartment. Fredrik, meanwhile, uses a new Gramercy listing to try and mentor his junior broker, Justin. Things get really stressful for Fredrik when Ryan walks through the door of his open house and they have their biggest and most dramatic confrontation yet.
Episode Synopsis: Ryan visits an old fraternity brother who could deliver a big commission check. Meanwhile, Luis tries to charm a client, to no avail; and Fredrik attempts to score a big deal by winning over a high-profile developer.
The New York boys are back for their biggest, brashest, most insane season yet. Fredrik lands his dream listing. . .only to find out that the seller may be his worst nightmare. Ryan takes on a $23 million dollar one-of-a-kind apartment that has never-before-seen features. Luis tries to take a step up in the NYC real estate world.
With Ryan's sky garage listing still under construction, he switches gears and represents a new apartment. Luis continues to try and whip Todd into shape, and Fredrik tries to focus on his new listing, which has monthly fees that rival most people's mortgage payment.
While Fredrik continues to face more roadblocks with his cursed listing, Luis is sitting on a business opportunity that could catapult him into the big leagues. . .but first, he's got to make good on his million dollar promise. Meanwhile, Ryan is forced to show his softer side when dealing with an emotional seller who doesn't know how to leave the past behind.
After performing a miracle on his cursed penthouse, Fredrik is out to land the biggest listing of his career. . .but can the "Listing Machine" do it again? Meanwhile, across town, Ryan is on a wild ride with his biggest nightmare: an emotional seller! And Luis is finally swimming in the deep end of the real estate world, but will a shark named Ryan put him back in shallow waters?
Luis' creative ways may help him land a new listing but being an overachiever might be the very thing that sends his seller off course. And while Fredrik is learning to juggle the delicate egos of million dollar developers, Ryan finds himself in an eerie townhouse with a few "uninvited guests!"
After clearing the space of any supernatural suspicions, Ryan relishes in his newfound peace of mind before he suits up for a battle of the bankroll. While the nitpicky demands of two VIPs have Fredrik in the middle of a price tag tug-o-war, Luis is introduced to a client who holds the key to his dream listing, and, a big dirty secret.
A dream listing turns nightmarish for Luis. Meanwhile, Fredrik learns a hard lesson after joining forces with a favorite client, and Ryan journeys to Los Angeles to tap into the West Coast market.
Ryan revisits 1985 and hopes to make a huge commission. Elsewhere, Luis travels to Puerto Rico with his New York clients and connects with his roots in the process; and Fredrik is pressured by a client.
Ryan shoots a movie-style trailer to highlight an important listing. Elsewhere, Fredrik represents a Brooklyn developer; and friction develops between Fredrik and Luis.
Ryan's boss needs a broker and he thinks Ryan is just the guy to sell his apartment along with that 400-piece art collection he recently bought. Fredrik scores the biggest single-unit listing of his career. Meanwhile, Luis must play referee between a high stakes negotiation between a buyer and seller.
Fredrik targets Chinese buyers in an attempt to sell a $35 million listing in the prestigious Time Warner Center, but despite his best efforts, he's coming up against a great wall. Old friends come knocking with a new listing in Harlem and Luis is ready to party, but unfortunately, it doesn't look like buyers got the invite. Ryan, on the other hand, is the proud recipient of a very special delivery, one he puts to good use.
The "Twin Towers" of real estate stand united for the first time as Fredrik invites Ryan to co-list a new penthouse in Chelsea. Fredrik is ready to be fast-friends, and maybe something more? Ryan is skeptical enough to keep other irons in the fire, courting a Russian businessman with a penchant for luxury real estate and long legs. Luis scores an offer on his townhouse in Harlem.
Fredrik and Ryan's chummy relationship is tested, both personally and professionally as Fredrik and his husband, Derek, surprise Ryan's fiancée, Emilia, with a provocative request as business complications threaten to derail Fredrik and Ryan's co-list. At the same time, it's a race to the finish line with Ryan's Russian buyer, Arty. Luis, meanwhile, is painting a beautiful picture out of his new listing after learning the apartment once belonged to a famous artist.
Fredrik's reputation, and 22.5 million dollar price-point, is on the line when his developers threaten to back out of the premium finishes they promised. On his latest project, Ryan is reunited with a familiar blonde who it seems still wants him to put a ring on it. Across the bridge, in Brooklyn, Luis is in hot pursuit of one of the city's top developers. But will that developer's icy assistant freeze him out?
Ryan tries to close the biggest deal of his life and he plans on sealing this one with a kiss. A winter wonderland awaits Fredrik in his native Sweden but will this trip have a fairytale ending? Luis has the finish line in sight on his townhouse in Brooklyn, but an unexpected twist throws him for a loop.
Dogsledding and snowball fights are all part of the pitch as Fredrik tries to fetch a record-setting price for the mountain-top home he's come to Sweden to sell. However, it's the outcome of another far more personal pitch that could affect Fredrik's future in a way that no real estate transaction ever could. Ryan gives former assistant and rookie broker, Olivia, a shot at the big leagues only to find himself calling foul after her first at-bat. Luis looks golden after a quick sale, but it doesn't take long for the shine to wear off.
Luis' search for a missing broker comes to an unexpected end and the results have a profound effect on him. The developers on Fredrik's 22.5 million dollar penthouse are holding his feet to the flames, but who ultimately gets burned? The time has come to sell a penthouse and settle a bet between Ryan and Olivia.
A re-energized Luis reaches out to old friends in an effort to close a deal that painfully eluded him before. Fredrik wants a new 300-million dollar project so bad he can taste it, but the number one broker in the city will be put to the test, having to beat out the competition if he wants to win the exclusive rights to this one. Meanwhile, Ryan is busy trying to sell a two-bedroom apartment with an eight figure price-tag when he's blindsided by news from fiancé, Emilia.
In an attempt to bolster interest in his new West Side development, Fredrik takes buyers on a Hudson River cruise, but he and husband, Derek, come back ashore with more than they bargained for. Meanwhile, further uptown, Luis and a developer he knows well embark on an ambitious buyout in their attempt to create one massive 25 million dollar unit overlooking Central Park. But will a holdout, gleefully represented by Ryan, stop them dead in their tracks?
Luis hatches a plan to lure Ryan back to the negotiating table after the two reach a stalemate over Luis' attempted buyout of Ryan's client at 230 Central Park South. If Luis fails, so do his efforts to create a full-floor unit worth 25 million dollars. Ryan tries to salvage another deal that fell through after the buyer of his eight-figure townhouse in Soho was unexpectedly arrested. Meanwhile, Fredrik stops at nothing to impress a particularly important client as he tries to sell out his latest development, a 100-million dollar waterfront project helmed by old ...
Luis may need to team with an old rival to cement his standing as a major business player in the Season 5 opener. Also: Fredrik struggles with fallout from devastating news; and Ryan attempts to lure brokers to a remote listing.
Luis and Ryan are at odds at the Metropolitan Tower while trying to collaborate on a co-listing, with Ryan's fiancée further complicating matters. In other events, Fredrik scores a sizzling listing with a fizzling downside.
Ryan pushes his luck by trying a new pricing strategy. Elsewhere, Fredrik offers a promise to a buyer that his developer might not be able to deliver, and Luis and a new co-lister face complications in Brooklyn.
Fredrik reunites with an old client, but she changes plans, jeopardizing his launch. Also, Luis tries to mend a bumpy relationship with a rebellious co-lister, and Ryan sharpens focus on a large townhouse, but its price and size could prove problematic.
A telephone call manages to breathe some new life into a development project, but it comes with a catch Fredrik could never have imagined. Meanwhile, Ryan works hard to please a potential buyer, only to get zilch in return, and Luis is the first to handle a hot new Tribeca property.
Fredrik works on a new development, summoning the spirit of a dead icon in the process. Meanwhile, Luis hopes for a rebound after a first failed shot at a new building, and Ryan picks up a penthouse with a troublesome price tag and a difficult co-lister.
Ryan attempts something new to seal a deal when a relationship with a co-lister hangs by a thread. Meanwhile, Luis tries to please a married couple with the perfect apartment, and Fredrik turns to a past rival for help when a developer raises prices.
Luis scores a listing with a former broker who helped launch his career, but he learns a lesson about old friendships. Meanwhile, Fredrik struggles to sell a big-bucks Tribeca penthouse, and Ryan faces problems related to a marketing campaign.
Fredrik confronts a broker who is circling his $30 million penthouse like a vulture; Luis will do anything for a buyer and dog; a delighted Ryan lands a listing that previously belonged to Fredrik.
Luis faces an emotional crossroads and considers an unexpected path with his business. Downtown, Fredrik tries to cash in on a NoHo loft that once was the site of the country's largest bank robbery. Meanwhile in Tribeca, Ryan tries to succeed where Fredrik couldn't....unfortunately for him, he may face the same gloomy fate.
Ryan lands a building in the culturally artistic neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen, forcing him to trade in his suit for a more unique outfit. Luis' idea of having a business partner gets more complicated when an open house challenges him to think about his future. Meanwhile, Fredrik goes to London to try and sell 25% of his new development in Seaport....unfortunately for him, the British brokers don't see anything to high kick about.
Luis tries to figure out what's been confusing him lately while hoping to land a building on Park Avenue South; Ryan goes after the one listing that got away from him; Ryan shows up at Fredrik's launch party.
With only a few months to go before they leave for Greece, Ryan and Emilia realize that they may have been too optimistic when deciding to plan their special day on their own. Ryan's new building in Greenpoint is occupying all of his time, and Emilia becomes overwhelmed with a growing to do list. When Ryan's work starts to take total precedence over his life, everything becomes complicated...including their relationship.
Fredrik and Ryan are joined by Steve Gold, a former fashion model who has become a successful agent, specializing in luxury properties; Ryan hopes to sell 50 houses in three months; a newly calm Fredrik meets a Tribeca seller who won't negotiate.
Ryan and his Brooklyn team sell as many houses as possible; in order for Fredrik to land a building in SoHo, he has to prove that he's done his homework; Steve wonders if he's become a babysitter when his young clients refuse to behave.
When one of his buyers decides to forgo pursuing his SoHo property, Fredrik needs to find a back-up quickly, luckily for him, Bethenny Frankel is at the top of his contact list. Ryan is excited to land two townhouses, but ends up competing against himself when trying to market them. Steve gets a listing, loses a listing, and gets another listing, all before he can even have one showing.
Fredrik lands a building with $400 million dollars in potential sales, but his boss thinks he may have over-promised in order to get it. Ryan realizes that when you have two sellers, you can't please one without making the other upset. Steve gets a list of demands from a broker and makes one of his own.
In the hopes of selling a unit in his new mega-tower, Fredrik calls on everyone he knows. Ryan goes toe-to-toe with his buyer's wingman. Steve quickly realizes that when you mix business with friendship, you may end up with neither in the end.
When Ryan lands a $25 million dollar listing in Tribeca, he calls upon his most intense (and most affectionate) team member for help. Fredrik is busy selling a project downtown that he's been working on for years, but will one decision threaten his relationship with the developer? In Chelsea, Steve's listing for his friend Sam continues to have problems...but it's nothing compared to his dating life.
When a seller demands Ryan remove his team member from a $25 million Tribeca listing, he hatches a plan that includes a secret twist. Steve lands an opportunity to sell an amazing $18 million SoHo penthouse, but he has to go against his #1 rule: never co-list. Later, Fredrik and Ryan reconnect with Luis...only to learn their reunion may be short-lived.
Fredrik begins questioning the effects of gentrification as he sells his $225 million development in the historic East Village. Facing the most nerve-wracking launch of his career, Ryan starts to doubt his sales strategy of having "no sales strategy". Down in SoHo, Steve's co-lister tests his patience, nerves, and even his bicycling skills.
Steve works to convince potential buyers that the only thing better than their Tribeca apartment is his listing right above it. A prominent developer is hesitant about giving Ryan a building in Chelsea...but not about embarrassing him at a birthday party. Downtown, Fredrik continues to forge a bond with the East Village and its residents...particularly his driver, Alberto.
In order to set a record for his new brownstone in Park Slope, Fredrik tries to set other records at his open house. Even though Ryan's business is booming, he finds himself down in the dumps for reasons unknown. When Steve encourages a friend into selling his massive loft in Soho, he receives an offer from an unexpected source.
Steve proves that you can go home again. Fredrik has a strategy for his new building...but to accomplish it, he's going to need his passport. Ryan tries to break out of his rut by befriending a quirky apartment owner, only to find the rug pulled out from under him...literally.
Fredrik's launch in Paris is going according to plan until an ambitious broker tries to stake his claim with the developer. Ryan heeds his seller's advice and contemplates a risky new career move and Luis makes an emotional revelation concerning his life in Paris.
The kings of Gotham real estate are back and they refuse to let a changing market stand in the way of big time deals. Fredrik is back with a bang to help Rebel Wilson find a luxurious NYC pied- à -terre. Steve gets himself in a tricky situation.
Fredrik takes on a penthouse listing where the owners have overspent. Steve hustles to sell his ex-girlfriend's apartment and her next-door-neighbor's unit in record time. Ryan has to sell out a Brooklyn building for a first-time developer or else his client could lose everything. Sparks fly when Ryan confronts Steve about his behavior at the real estate panel.
Fredrik takes on the listing for 50 Cent's Connecticut estate and throws an epic broker's open to entice buyers. Ryan has a chance at the biggest listing of his career but only if he can get to Shanghai in time. Steve takes on a stale penthouse listing with a co-lister whose inexperience may be more trouble than it's worth.
Ryan hits a major speed bump in his attempt to get to Shanghai with a billion dollars in business on the line. Fredrik continues his quest to sell 50 Cent's mansion, but tensions with his co-lister put a potential deal in jeopardy. Steve gets a chance to work for a dream client, but when a new building blocks his river view, his chances of selling may be sunk.
When a deal falls through, Steve's solution for getting the unit sold may end up draining his bank account. Fredrik launches a NoHo development with a creative but risky marketing campaign. Ryan mentors a young broker on a townhouse listing.
Ryan's caught in a tricky situation when selling a team member's Tribeca home who just can't seem to accept any criticism. Steve gets his first shot at selling an entire building, but his strategy may put the $140 million in potential sales at risk. Meanwhile, Fredrik tries to sell an overpriced penthouse while mentoring a co-lister who wants a spot on his team.
Fredrik lists an infamous Chelsea townhouse with an eccentric seller whose reputation for firing brokers precedes her. Ryan entrusts a Park Slope listing to a brand new agent on his team, but his unorthodox methods of selling could cost him a client. On the other hand, Steve tries to bounce back from his rocky launch of the Circa building with a change in strategy that could make or break his future in new development.
Steve's world is turned upside down when his brokerage shutters without warning, leaving the Gold Group without a home. Fredrik heads to St. Lucia after he gets tapped to market stunning beachfront villas to wealthy New Yorkers. Meanwhile, Ryan and Emilia begin the search for their dream home while continuing conversations on expanding their family.
Ryan searches for the perfect townhouse for a bickering couple who can't decide on anything. Steve is under pressure to choose a new brokerage, while Fredrik is pressured to lure him to Douglas Elliman. When they both travel to St. Lucia to pitch buyers on the stunning oceanside villas, tensions come to a head when Steve is forced to make a decision that will change his career forever.
Ryan tries to win back a billion dollar development by throwing a massive smorgasbord event in the middle of Brooklyn. After moving to a new firm, Steve is anxious to prove himself as he battles the elements to sell a luxury penthouse. Meanwhile, Fredrik takes on a stunning new building on the West Side and is pressured to make a major celebrity sale.
Steve heads upstate to try to find a buyer for a charming but dated country home on a piece of land half the size of Central Park. Ryan has two weeks to work his magic on a skyscraper in the middle of Times Square or he faces the chopping block. On the other hand, Fredrik tries to impress his clients by selling a to-die-(hard)-for apartment to mega-movie star, Bruce Willis.
Ryan is challenged with selling the biggest townhouse in the neighborhood with a price tag to match. While Steve tries to sell an impeccably designed apartment with a major location flaw. On the other hand, Fredrik is forced to get creative to market a billion dollar project that's in shambles. Ryan and Emilia make a major decision that will change their lives forever.
Ryan views a seven-story townhouse featuring an indoor pool. Steve's event at the 160-acre Payne Estate features ax-throwing competitions and carriage rides to rein in a big-city buyer. Fredrik works hard to sell a home with extravagant décor.
Ryan pitches his brand new seven-story Chelsea townhouse as a smart-home paradise for tech enthusiasts. Luis and Ronita explore the idea of reuniting. Fredrik's former assistant, Jordan, invites him to help close the deal on a new listing in Tribeca.
Ronita decides her partnership with Luis needs a tuneup. Ryan is thrilled to land three luxury properties in NoHo, but is quickly burdened with 233 other units, all of them rentals. Steve's own apartment becomes his latest listing.
Steve puts on a rubber mask to observe Jess at her first broker's open house. Fredrik follows a lead for his Tribeca listing. Ryan lands a beautifully renovated loft in Chelsea.
Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a ping-pong match. Steve's girlfriend settles into their new home together. Fredrik thinks his Crosby listing's massive terrace could be perfect for trained pets. A new up-and-coming agent joins the crew.
Ryan interviews young agents for his new rental team. Steve and a childhood friend hit the gym to weigh all the investment properties they've seen. Tyler invites a famous mentalist to his Mercantile open house party. Fredrik hosts an open house.
Fredrik hustles for offers at his disco-themed open house. Steve hosts a book launching event at his open house. Tyler faces off with Ryan over a listing for a massive loft on Laight Street.
Steve works to install an elevator in his new listing. Tyler gets a wake-up call while hosting a morning open house. Fredrik's husband's love of New York turns chilling during a raging snowstorm. Ryan re-brands a nameless neighborhood.
Ryan invites an illusionist to his open house. L.A. agent Josh Altman isn't thrilled that Fredrik is building a West Coast team. Steve's in a professional pickle. Tyler plans a horse carriage ride through Central Park for potential buyers.
Ryan premieres a music video for his Tribeca loft. Tyler pitches the biggest listing of his career. Fredrik and Derek tour a rental home for themselves in Los Angeles, but local brokers don't give them a warm welcome. Steve gets blind-sided.
Fredrik has a run-in with L.A. agent Heather Altman at his open house. Ryan markets a beautiful Park Avenue apartment to mysterious buyers from a secret government. Steve realizes decisions at home are easier to make than decisions with developers.
Fredrik lands a prime listing in SoHo that everyone, except Tyler, says is amazing; Steve asks Jess to help with a Bedford-Stuyvesant listing, but their contrasting selling styles may sink the deal. A seller steers Ryan towards hiring Luis.
Ryan and Luis host a dinner party to sell their listing but struggle to rein in Ramona Singer. Fredrik's listing isn't big enough to satisfy his buyer's needs, so he tries to sell her a different unit, even if it's one he doesn't represent.