Million dollar listing los angeles cast

Million dollar listing los angeles cast

Million dollar listing los angeles cast

This listing coming soon is the ultimate Los Angeles listing. Just be careful not to shamefully admit to your friends you've been looking for a million dollar listing for months, only to purchase this one. It's located in the sought-after Hancock Park neighborhood and has more than 10,000 square feet of living space. Plus, there's a 700-square-foot rooftop for entertaining friends and family with a cocktail in hand.


In between contentious listing meetings and high-stakes negotiations, Tracy Tutor still finds time to prioritize her personal life with her boyfriend, Erik. In a turn of events, Tracy must trade her broker hat for a buyer hat when she starts house-hunting for herself and two daughters. Tracy faces her biggest challenge when listing a $30 million-dollar Holmby Hills estate owned by the toughest customer she has ever dealt with – her little sister.

"This season, our LA agents are back and at the top of their game as they face a booming market that has defied expectations. With demand from both sellers and buyers that has skyrocketed as high as the prices, the agents must rise to the next level to become even more inventive and bold to beat the competition. As homeowners seek properties with more space and privacy during the pandemic, the agents are busier than ever as they negotiate huge listings and manage even bigger egos," reads the press release of 'Million Dollar Listings Los Angeles' Season 13. Returning for season 13 are powerhouse agents: Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, Tracy Tutor, James Harris and David Parnes. Joining full-time, real estate broker Fredrik Eklund of 'Million Dollar Listing New York' strives to juggle bi-coastal life while bringing his unstoppable energy to the Los Angeles real estate market. Read on to know all about these successful agents. (Source:meaww.com)


As for the realtors currently rounding out the Season 13 cast? Well, we have James Harris and David Parnes (who both started selling houses in front of the cameras in Season 7), as well as Season 10's newbie, Tracy Tutor and, of course, Fredrik Eklund. Eklund first appeared as a guest on Season 12 before being upgraded to a full-time castmember for Season 13 after previously appearing on the East Coast spin-off, "Million Dollar Listing New York."

She’s been vocal about how she has a lot of respect for the Oppenheim brothers, who own the brokerage featured on Selling Sunset. But she’s never worked with any of the female brokers during her extensive real estate career. She did, however, give the women on the show props for their role on the show, adding they are still killing it whether it be actually in real estate or reality television. (Source: www.cheatsheet.com)



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