Brokers seek to sell homes and gain extensive contacts.
CORE's Vickey Barron has expecting clients who are literally busting out of their apartment. Once Vickey is able to find them a property, they want to place their current apartment on the market.
Kleier's Isabel Solmonson is combing the city to find her friend a two-bedroom home. A junior broker is faced with a looming deadline and after a past deal fell through, she fears her clients are losing confidence in her.
Charles Homet will network with New York's party elite to throw a spectacular party at his townhouse listing. The Kleiers have two listings from the same eager seller in the same building, one a triplex, the other a duplex.
CORE agent Lisa Graham has a new penthouse sponsor unit that hasn't been upgraded since it was built in the 1980s. Lisa enlists the help from Ann Gallops, a Feng Shui stager to revitalize this stale listing
As one broker seeks the perfect film set, another uses a film fundraiser to sell a home.
Michele and Laurel of GHK list a 1-bedroom apartment owned by a Salsa-dancing, party-hosting client who must sell quickly. Elliman's Frances Katzen is faced with selling units in a condo with no frills in an unpopular location.
A couple considers selling their large apartment in Tribeca to downsize to a two-bedroom apartment. But, before making the decision, they want to see what is available. A Forbes' Top 30-under-30 agent has his 1st listing.
Jennifer Gross is helping her boyfriend to find a one-bedroom village apartment. Jason Saft helps a post-break up client decide if he should continue to rent the Chelsea loft or sell it and embark on the next chapter of his life.
One agent takes a risk in trying to rebrand and market an entire building.
There's a new listing in East Harlem, a townhouse with a commercial space on the first floor. The trick is to lure buyers to this uptown property. A broker looks to find a 10K sq ft space for a non-profit's annual fundraiser.
Two brokers seek to put a positive spin on difficult aspects of listings.
A family with an expanding brood reaches out to agent GieFaan Kim to help them sell their charming East Village apartment. With a rare 900 sq. ft. terrace as a feature, finding a buyer should be a piece of cake.
An apartment in West Chelsea is ready for the market. It's a mint-condition apartment that has a lot going for it, but its best feature is the spectacular view of the High Line. And, an actress needs to move from her 5th Ave loft.
Busy wife and mom, Deana Lenz, turns to agent Ann Lenane for help. Needing to payback student loans and finance a new career, Deana's thinking of selling the family apartment and downsizing to something more cost effective.
Rebecca Edwardson's clients are only interested in selling their 6,000 sq ft apartment... if they can find a comparable new place, along with ample outdoor space. Her clients are incredibly particular with their criteria.
Vicky and Michele discuss selling tips to get a property noticed.
A plan backfires when Vickey Barron talks with a buyer about renovating.
Tom Postilio tries to persuade clients to drop their asking price.
A family moves out sooner than expected, and a baby arrives early.
Catch a glimpse into the intensely competitive world of New York real estate.
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