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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

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"Million Dollar Listing" may have had its location, Los Angeles, added to its title to differentiate it from the New York version of the franchise, but the show is the same as it's always been. L.A.-based real estate gurus, including Josh Altman and Josh Flagg, are still featured as they battle through the high-stakes, cutthroat world of the real estate market in the City of Angels. It's a tough market as the guys try to sell the high life at high prices in some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Malibu. The guys also face trying times in their personal lives.

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James and David work with a long-time client Zach Vella to list an architectural gem, but Fredrik's arrival in Los Angeles is putting the pressure on them to get it sold.
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James and David experience difficulties with their Santa Monica gem, as the sellers have their own ideas about price and who the buyers should be.
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James and David host a backyard barbeque for their new family-oriented estate; Altman goes after a new modern home in his Bird Streets territory; Flagg tries to find a dream home in historic Hollywood Hills for actress Becca Tobin ("Glee").
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Altman struggles to retain an unrealistic seller; Tracy tries to attract interest for a new construction with mid-century bones; Flagg's resort-style trophy listing proves more challenging than expected.
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The Brits host a luxurious open house for their $45 million Bel Air listing; sparks fly when Flagg and Altman come face to face; Madison gets creative in selling a Malibu country home; Flagg and Bobby tie the knot in Beverly Hills.
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Flagg and Bobby work together on their first co-list; Flagg gets emotional during the wedding rehearsal dinner; Tracy's ex-client comes crawling back; Josh Altman faces a tough deadline to sell a tear-down on the Riviera Golf Course.
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Tracy heads to New York to be mentored by Fredrik Eklund; Josh Altman tackles the beast of Bradbury Estates, Bliss Canyon; Josh Flagg teams up with the Brits for a co-list in Los Feliz, but a crazy seller threatens to throw them off their game.
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Josh and Matt Altman land the biggest mansion in Bradbury Estates; Madison battles structural problems and mold while selling a friend's house in Brentwood; the Brits throw a huge party at their new high-rise penthouse listing.
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Tracy tries to balance her new portfolio with her demanding developer, who has high expectations, and a rocky past with Altman; James and David are up against the clock to find a pregnant client her dream home before she goes into labor.
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Altman hunts for his own flagship office space to create some distance from Fredrik Eklund, a former friend who is trying to make his mark on both coasts; Flagg tries to convince his hesitant seller to put in an offer or lose the home forever.
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Altman hosts a rockin' open house for a party pad that once belonged to Howard Hughes; Flagg tries to find the perfect family house for a very particular buyer; James and David look to expand their territory.
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Flagg and Altman launch their La Jolla co-list with a black tie affair, but the event turns sour with some real estate drama between Tracy and the Brits.
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Sworn enemies Altman and Flagg team up in hopes of landing a major listing in La Jolla; Tracy gets creative to sell a Hollywood Hills artists enclave; James and David hit the hiking trails of LA to garner interest in a historic bungalow.
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In Hollywood, newly single agent Shannon McLeod tries to sell her ex-fiance's house without ruining their relationship; in Malibu, new agent Madison Hildebrand tries to get top dollar for a dream estate in disrepair.
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In Hollywood, Calif., married super agents Dia and Ray are eager to unload the family home of a lonely daughter who needs to cut ties; in Malibu, Carol Bird tries to sell a horse estate and recording studio for a world famous violinist.
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In Malibu, Chris Cortazzo wants top dollar for his hot new beach house; his protege, Madison Hildebrand, thinks he has the perfect clients; in Hollywood, Michael Wegmann tries to deal with a reluctant seller with a wife who's eager to move on.
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Scotty Brown tries to get top dollar for his latest seller, a stubborn socialite.
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In Hollywood, super agents Dia and Ray contend with a frustrated homeowner who decided to leave the country when George Bush was elected to a second term; in Malibu, smooth-talking agent Scotty Brown tries to get top dollar for a stubborn socialite.
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In Malibu, condo queen Lydia Simon tries to get top dollar for a beachfront condo before her wedding; Lydia needs to sell the condo and make it to the altar on time; in Hollywood, married agents Dia and Ray deal with a desperate divorcee.
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Josh Flagg pops the big question in true style; James and David take on a Beverly Hills home that's been on the market for over 800 days; Josh Altman struggles to find a beachfront home for a brash buyer on a tight schedule.
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Josh Flagg tries to hide his nervousness when he whisks his boyfriend off to Paris to propose; Josh Altman takes on a Hollywood Hills listing with an unpredictable homeowner; Madison clashes with the Brits over their sexy Malbu co-list.

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