Gold is Steve's last name for a multitude of reasons this week. Set aside his golden looks for now, because Steve not only walked into his friend's golden apartment, but he also saw gold - literally and figuratively ($12 million worth, to be exact). The other Bradley Cooper (Steve's driver) is a goldmine himself as he found the perfect buyer for Steve's listing. Talk about convenience.
Ryan Serhant is feeling stuck in a Groundhog's Day situation. Wake up. Sell houses. Repeat. It's taking a toll on his selling capabilities as he just doesn't seem super excited to sell another white marble kitchen on the Upper East Side. Luckily the developer brought in another agent to co-list, which isn't ideal for Ryan, but maybe necessary. We wonder what kind of changes will be in Ryan's future...
Fredrik Eklund, on the other hand, had many out-of-the-ordinary experiences this week. For starters, he ventured out to Brooklyn to work on an 1888 townhome renovated into perfection. With the old moldings preserved, 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 11 fireplaces, 5 floors, and over 8,000 square feet of living space, this townhome was impeccable except for one issue: it's overpriced. If the house itself wasn't extrodinary enough, Fredrik was actually fired from the listing after failing to sell it in the developer's desired time period. This probably isn't the type of monotony breaking that Ryan was referring to.
Ryan Serhant: Jaqueline