Before I even start writing anything about this or any episode, I must say it is a huge pleasure to be a part of this new season of Million Dollar Listing New York -- not to mention, an even greater pleasure to be able to share both my personal and professional life with all of you.
The most exciting thing to me about this episode is that you also got to, briefly, meet the most important person in my life, my twin brother Daniel, who you'll have the joy to see more of throughout the season.
On this episode, I'm introduced to the world. Yes, I was caught waking up to my living room full of wine glasses after a night of heavy drinking. But that's OK, because it shows you that even then, my life and business still moves forward without hesitation.
Looking forward to seeing you this season! Keep it classy and everyone will love you.
Luis, you are very handsome and charismatic. You look like Ricky Ricardo (I Love Lucy). I guess that would make you Little Ricky. Anyhoo, I just started watching this show a couple of days ago and I am so loving it. Good Luck! You gave Ryan a taste of his own medicine, having all the clients at your open house party.
Hey, Luis. I hope you do well. Just like you, I'm from another country and made America my home. Good luck!
I really admired how you found a place for those buyers, shows determination as well as enthusiasm! Looking forward to seeing how it all plays out. Also, I loved that you said that you have to feed your soul because it's so easy in the real estate business to let it consume your life.
I don't understand how you weren't able to close that $3.7M deal on the first episode. Telling any seller that a buyer REALLY WANTS the place is just incognito for "raise the price". You deserved that.
You've got grit though. NYC is an awesome place for people who have what it takes. Look forward to seeing some good ol' fashioned high-end business take place in the coming episodes!
Hey Luis. Wish you all the best. I hope you don't mind but I think you made a mistake with the Minetta Ln. house.
You should not have told the seller that he has a sure deal. This killed the chance for the buyers to make a lower offer.
The seller was a scumbag for what he did because he was over confidante so he figured he could get a 100 grand more.
If I was the buyer I would have told you to tell the sellers that if he does not except the agreed asking price then tomorrow the offer will be $50,000 less. So would just have played the sellers game. I'm allowed to be a scumbag with him too.
Any case, we never found out what happened? If it's not in next weeks show please let us know.
@TomS I appreciate your feedback. You'll have to see next week what happens and would like to hear what you have to say. We all learn from our experiences.
luisdortiz TomS Thank you for letting us know that we need to wait! The not knowing what happened with that sale has been bugging me since Wednesday JAJA. Gracias!
I also wondered what happened. The seller was sleezy, greedy and very ungrateful. It could have taken a year to sell his place without you.