Cast Blog: #MDLNY

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Luis: I'm Evolving Every Day

Fredrik: I Wish I Deserved Luis' Friendship

Fredrik Is Feeling Bittersweet

Ryan: I Believe in Karma

Ryan on the Art of Selling

Fredrik Won't Give Up on Milla

Is Ryan a Handsome Piece of Cardboard?

Fredrik Says It's About to Get Dark

Luis: Ian Is a Great Person

Fredrik: This Deal Failing Was My Fault

Ryan Doesn't Really Hate LA

Luis Will Do What It Takes for Ian's Trust

Fredrik on His Baby Blues With Derek

Ryan on His Haunted House

Luis Will Be Committed to You

Fredrik Doesn't Buy Followers

Ryan Is Guilty as Charged

Tomorrow Is a New Day for Luis

Fredrik: Is Ryan a Villian This Season?

Fredrik on Conquering the Impossible

Hey, Look Who's Back? Fun Ryan!

Luis Likes What He Sees

Luis Is So Proud of Todd

Ryan: I Played a Cartoon

Fredrik on the City's Saddest Penthouse

Luis D. Ortiz Has Evolved

Fredrik Loves You All

Ryan: This Season is a Game Changer

Ryan Gets Down in the Hole of Season 2

Luis Gives Thanks

Watch What Happens Tonight

It's All About Fredrik

Co-Listing Is Not Ryan's Style

Fredrik the Little Wizard

Going Straight to the Developers

Fredrik's Sharknado of Lies

Fredrik on Keeping it Professional

Luis' Perfect Pair: Film and Real Estate

Ryan is Humbled But Always On the Hunt

Fredrik: Who I Really Am

Ryan: I Am Such a Jerk

Ryan explains what happened during his fight with Emilia and why selling that townhouse was such a big win.

I ain't afraid of no ghosts!

This was a big win for me. This townhouse had been on and off the market for YEARS with SO many brokers who couldn't sell it. Patricia, the owner, had been told that the house was too narrow (12.5 feet), in a bad location (Murray Hill), and in bad shape (needed to be gut renovated). Those are just excuses in my book. This is a house in Manhattan! Townhomes are so, so rare here that good brokers (not even great ones like me) should be able to sell ANY townhouse in a heartbeat! Unfortunately, wonderful sellers like Patricia often make the wrong choice to list with someone other than me first. . .

I really do think that cleansing the house was necessary; if even to just make me feel better when showing it! Once it was cleansed, I brought in a bunch of buyers and did what I love to do: build a fear of loss. If a buyer feels they are the only one interested in a property, they are going to low-ball you because they don't feel there's any competition. But when a buyer feels that they may lose a property, they start to get nervous. They get trigger happy. The fear of loss builds inside them and they make offers over the asking! This is why my sellers like me.

So while this episode was mostly about my big win at 115 East 35th Street, I'm assuming most people want to know about the big loss of Emilia. Let's just say I don't like how I come off during that argument. In my own head, the things I say and do always make sense. But seeing that scene now. . .I am such a jerk. I get so wrapped up in my work and the immediacy of this business that I sometimes forget what's important. I learned that lesson during the hurricane last year, but I guess I still have some learning to do.

I won/t give anything away, but Emilia is worth the fight.

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