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Manhattan-based real estate firm Next Step Realty specializes in helping recent college graduates land their first apartments in the Big Apple. This docuseries follows the agency's employees as they help the young people with their housing searches in the competitive New York market while dealing with the usual interpersonal and professional conflicts that occur in the workplace, including when the ambitious agents compete for a coveted managing broker position that the CEO announces he is looking to fill.

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Victoria learns that one of her high-end clients was poached by another Next Step broker; Bri questions Erin and Michaela about their screening processes.
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Margit receives a high-end referral from Blair, leading the team to suspect that the bonus competition is rigged; David makes a mistake that could jeopardize his employment; Victoria conducts a tour for a Texas client.
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Frustrations with management cause some brokers to reconsider their future with the firm; Matt takes on a client who has just one day in town to look for an apartment.
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Alcohol and loose lips combine to create trouble when the female brokers go out on the town; Matt takes two muscle-bound bachelors on an apartment tour.
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The top brokers hustle to land the remaining big-commission listings and the $5,000 cash bonus; Erin faces the wrath of her co-workers after divulging company secrets during a boozy night out.
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Blair attempts to quell a mutiny within the company when the new managing broker ruffles feathers; Matt and David become involved in a shady deal.
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Matt and Erin switch jobs to learn about each other's responsibilities; David deals with three demanding clients; Margit wants changes from Blair when she catches wind of office rumors.
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Employees begin to complain about the new managing broker's performance; Victoria attempts to impress an international client; feuding sisters stand in the way of a commission for Margit.
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Blair holds a big party for the brokers as the summer rental season begins; Field wines and dines an important client; Blair and Margit's relationship takes a turn.
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Agents Mattt and Bri are among the employees jockeying for a coveted Managing Broker position; the team wonders if a new relationship may be affecting Blair's judgment.

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