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Selling real estate in the Los Angeles area can be a glamorous job, as "Million Dollar Listing" proves. The show follows young real estate agents as they try to sell high-end properties in the Los Angeles area, including Beverly Hills and Malibu. The agents use their charm, good looks and business savvy to stay on top of the competitive heap in the real estate market. Will a Los Angeles housing slump make it more difficult for the agents to sell their properties?

Latest episodes

aired 81 days ago
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.
aired 81 days ago
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.
aired 81 days ago
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.
aired 81 days ago
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.
aired 81 days ago
James and David make a pitch to represent the hottest new high-rise in Los Angeles; Madison deals with a wealthy socialite with tight purse strings; Tracy's client wants to sell her two properties in the Hollywood Hills, but asks a lofty price.
aired 81 days ago
Josh Flagg struggles to find the balance between planning his over-the-top wedding and juggling picky clients; Tracy deals with a first-time developer who has high expectations and a whole lot of attitude; the Altmans' baby daughter is born.
aired 81 days ago
Tracy battles two brokers from her past to sell a problematic listing in Brentwood; James lands a classic Beverly Hills home, but the owner has some old-school demands; Madison introduces Cody to his family and pops a big question.
aired 144 days ago
John and Colton have shocking family news; Madison is skeptical when Heather reaches out to him; Josh Altman makes an eight-digit sale.
aired 144 days ago
Josh Flagg balks at a listing two hours away, prompting Grandma Edith to lecture him on work ethic; Madison suffers a devastating personal loss; Josh Altman heads towards failure.
aired 144 days ago
Josh Altman misjudges a new client; Madison fights off competing brokers to score a new client.
aired 144 days ago
Josh Altman and Heather make a scene at Madison's broker open; Josh Altman makes a dangerous play while negotiating a deal for Orlando Scandrick.
aired 144 days ago
Josh Altman takes Orlando Scandrick as a client, but Scandrick's business manager makes it tough; Madison's assistant makes an unexpected demand.
aired 144 days ago
Both Joshes face personal and professional perils including a family friend with sad news for Josh Flagg and desperation for a new listing for Josh Altman; Madison may be sabotaged when a developer insists on showing his property during construction.
aired 164 days ago
Flagg is forced to co-list with rival realtor Mauricio Umansky; Tracy lands a dream listing in Brentwood that turns into a nightmare; Altman gets an offer on his mansion in the Bradbury Estates.
aired 165 days ago
Josh Altman has high rollers from Chicago in town, looking to wheel and deal; James and David throw a giant open house focused on families; Tracy holds Bradley's hand as they put his first development project on the market.
aired 166 days ago
Due to record-low inventory, Josh Flagg and the Altman brothers are forced out of their comfort zones; Altman lands a palatial home in Bradbury Estates; Flagg faces off with local agents in the Valley; Madison and Heather decide to meet.
aired 167 days ago
Josh Altman seeks to snag a potentially record-breaking listing; Madison gains some momentum with a potential buyer for Tantalus, but his rocky relationship with James puts the deal in jeopardy; Tracy tries to find her friend a house in Brentwood.
aired 168 days ago
Josh Altman is preoccupied with Heather's pregnancy; Josh Flagg is ready to dance to the top of the market while waltzing down the aisle with his fiancé; James has unresolved issues with Madison over a huge listing; a new realtor enters the fray.
aired 207 days ago
While preparing to get married, Josh and Heather face off in a negotiation that could keep them from walking down the aisle; James and David try to bury the hatchet when they have a chance at shattering the sales record in Culver City.
aired 207 days ago
Josh Altman finds himself caught between his fiancée and his client; Josh Flagg struggles to attract a buyer for his historic hilltop listing; James and David cannot see eye-to-eye on a price for their sexy, contemporary listing.
aired 207 days ago
Madison's easy beachfront sale becomes jeopardized when his client works with another agent; Josh Flagg's historical party pad attracts eyes, but no offers; Josh Altman has a hard time keeping two Santa Monica listings straight.

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