Cast Blog: #MDLLA

Altman Makes Beverly Park's Biggest Sale

Josh: There Are Always Going to Be Mistakes

James: This Was the Ultimate Opportunity

David: Arguments Help Us Communicate

Josh: Real Estate Is About Relationships

Josh: Talk About a Fast Deal

James: We Had to Pull a Rabbit Out of a Hat

David: Finding the Right Listing Seemed Laughable

Josh: We Just Raised the Bar

James: We Work Best As a Team

David: This Deal Took Some Creativity

Josh: It's All About Who You Know

Josh: I Treat Clients' Money Like It's My Own

James: I Always Make Time for Family

David Spray Tans for Success

James and David Only Care About Commission

Josh on His Client's Disappearing Act

James and David: Unstoppable Team, Great Fashion Sense

David: He Who Takes the Risk, Gets the Listing

Josh: This is the Most Exciting Season Yet

Josh: You've Got to Point Out the Positives

James on Altman's Unprofessional Behavior

David Loves His Hounds!

Josh: I Could See Right Through Ryan

Josh: "Who Books a Venue a Year in Advance?

James Loses a Sale to Cupid

David Learned a Valuable Lesson

Josh Can't Risk "Holding" a Property

Josh: Altman Will Do Anything to Get a Listing

David: I Respect Tomer's Need for the Number 7

James' Secret to Elevating Interest

Josh on the Golden Wheelchair

James: Altman Lacks Respect and Etiquette

Mauricio's Vote of Confidence

Josh: I Couldn't Get Mad at Heather

Josh: I'd Be Happy to Mentor The Spice Girls

James: My Wife and Children are My Life

David: James and I Have Our Blow Ups

Josh Flagg's Record-Breaking Deal

What David Loves About Real Estate

James: Kristoffer Put Us Through the Ringer

Altman Makes Beverly Park's Biggest Sale

Josh explains why he couldn't tell Marisa Roby's plan and who he thinks is boring.

This episode was a big deal for me! This sale was the not only the highest sale in the history of Beverly Park South, but also the most expensive one bedroom ever sold in California! And the land was worth every penny. Can't wait to see what my client decides to build. I assume it will be worth around $50 million plus when they are finished with it.

What you saw in this episode is how important it is not to show all your cards when negotiating. When I found out that Roby's client was going to tear the house down, I decided it was in the best interest of my client to keep that to myself. In the long run it paid off and I ended up saving my client a million dollars.

I know I'm supposed to comment on the others, but I can't help but fast forward through Madison's parts. They are sooo boring and uninteresting that I can't watch them. As far as Flagg goes, I am still wondering if he is going to sell anything this year on the show. He is definitely entertaining to watch but unfortunately for his clients, entertaining doesn't sell houses. . .

Like last week, I want to give a shout out to a great cause that needs everyone's help. . .In the high stakes real estate game that we work in, we can't forget that not everyone has a great place to call home. The DOWNTOWN WOMEN'S CENTER in LA is an amazing organization. They are helping homeless women and would love for you all to donate what you can.

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