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"Million Dollar Listing" has showcased some of the most luxurious homes in Los Angeles. The franchise now heads east with "Million Dollar Listing New York," featuring relentless real estate agents in Manhattan and their intertwining lives as each agent fights for his share of the market. The agents deal with demanding clients as they earn a living selling some of New York's hottest real estate. The featured agents, some of the best in the city, include "listings machine" Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant, who was an actor and hand model before pursuing his home-selling passion.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a table tennis 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.
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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.
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Ronita decides her partnership with Luis needs a tuneup; Ryan is thrilled to land three luxury properties in NoHo, but he is quickly burdened with 233 other units... all of them rentals; Steve's own apartment becomes his latest listing.
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Fredrik gets a listing with Donald Trump; Luis tries to find a buyer for the Charles Street apartment; Ryan has a hard time concentrating on his new client.
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Luis lands one of the biggest listings of the season; Ryan continues struggling with his co-lister; Fredrik and Derek rent an entire island for their wedding, but Fredrik has a hard time leaving work at home.
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Ryan learns that Fredrik raised the price on the Bowery units; Ryan is asked to co-list with an agent who drives him crazy; Luis hunts for lasting partnerships with developers; Frederik rethinks his price adjustments.
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Luis encounters a seller who overprices her listing; Fredrik lands the biggest listing of his career.
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All three agents run into issues on multi-million-dollar deals; the stress takes its toll on Fredrik and pushes him to re-evaluate his upcoming nuptials.
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Ryan visits his fraternity brother who is out for revenge; Fredrik works with another big developer.
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Fredrik and Luis bond over drinks, and Fredrik shares some valuable information; Ryan tries to find an apartment for an Idaho housewife.
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Luis' client needs to sell her apartment quickly; Ryan tries to calm his client; Fredrik gets another listing.
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Fredrik and Luis have listing opportunities for new developments on the same exact street, but only one of these agents escapes making any commission; Ryan's new client forces him to be more creative than ever.
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Luis gets the first townhouse of his young career, but is horrified to find that most of the d├ęcor is older than he is; Ryan deals with a picky senior citizen.

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