Clients want to upgrade from a $5 million home; a home inspection threatens a deal.
Singer Sasha Gradiva looks for a home that will allow her to explore her creative side in the Hollywood Hills; and actress Michelle Stafford hopes to sell her current abode, but worries she won't get what it's worth.
Leasing three units on beachfront property; listing a property well over market value.
A client challenges agent Rebekah Schwartz to sell her $2 million Marina Del Ray home. If she's successful, she'll give her the listings on her large portfolio of high-end properties around the city. And, a Southern Belle realizes the hundreds of thousands of dollars she spent in renovations didn't result in her dream home. Now she wants VFG agent, Nicole Contreras to come up with a creative way to bring buyers into the home, and get it sold, before she moves back to Texas.
Vanessa Fitzgerald's new clients are longtime friends, who want to buy their first home together. They've lived in LA for a long time, but their modest budget of $800,000 will lead to a challenging search on the affluent West Side of LA. Meanwhile, Victor Kaminoff's sold nearly every home on Kings Road, so when given the opportunity to sell the same home for a FOURTH time, he's determined to keep his winning sales streak alive.
Shaq airs his lost "Men in Black" audition video; Gary suits up as a school mascot; and comedian Ali Wong joins the guys for a booty-shaking competition.
South Bay agent Pam Smith gets down to dollars and cents, negotiating multiple deals to quickly sell her developer-client's property so he can move on to his next project. And agent Leslie Rae Bega has an uphill battle in front of her. Her client has an emotional attachment to his dream home, and she'll have to bring in top dollar in order to convince him to sell.
Keller Williams agent, Steven Aaron, helps his friends downsize and sell their property to be able to move to their dream home in Sonoma County. Hilton Hyland agent Rodrigo Iglesias is challenged to sell the largest residential property in Orange County. If he can market to the right buyers, he'll sell the dream ranch and make a $645,000 commission.
Agent Jason Oppenheim needs to find his clients the perfect property for the right price, while Kennon Earl's new client is more concerned with finding a property in the right location. Both will face challenges finding the right balance for their clients.