Cast Blog: #MDL

More Than A Job

Episode 9: Closing Time

Stunning, Sleek, and Sexy

A Shared Vision

No More Drama

Episode 8: Flagg Day

Be Yourself

Out and Proud

Million Dollar Soap Opera

Episode 7: Welcome to Heatherbreak

Just Because I'm Gay...

Unsolved Mysteries

You be the Judge

Episode 6: Madison, Turn Off the Dark

My Autobiography

The Wow Factor

Pleasure Principle

Episode 5: Real Estate Love in This Transgender Club

A Great Challenge

Dating in Public

Showdown: Round One

Episode 4: Think Outside the Lease

In Defense of Gimmicks

Game Time

Melons and Money

Episode 3: The Haves and the Have Nots

Learn from the Best

On to the Next

Double Your Pleasure

Episode 2: Welcome to Bizarro World

I Vant the Car

Million Dollar Mitzvah

Take the Bottle and Run

Best in the Biz

Time to Shine

Saved by the Ding Dong

What A Journey!

My Love Life?

The Season Finale!

Talk is Cheap in the BU

I'm Gay ... Who Cares?

More Than A Job

Josh Flagg dishes on his wild Beverly Hills birthday party.

Episode 5 offered an inside scoop of my life as more than just a real estate agent. It is interesting to watch it now, a year later (I turned 23 on August 20th) to see the progress I have made both professionally and personally. Being 22 in Los Angeles, regardless of a person's occupation, can be difficult; the added stress of knowing my career, credibility and commission are always on the line often feels too much to handle. However I chose to go into real estate as opposed to pursuing the more traditional path of going to college with my peers for a reason. And when I remind myself of this and consider the great successes of my career thus far, I am reassured I have made the right decision. As you could see at the time the episode was filmed, I was having second thoughts about this career; however being one year older and a little more experienced, I can't imagine doing anything else in my life than selling real estate. It is a 24 hour a day job and I love it. I like to party and enjoy myself too, but as you could see at my 22nd birthday party at the Beverly Hills Hotel, even my clients become a part of my social network. My relationships with many of my clients extend far past the close of escrow. Real estate has become more than just my day job - in fact, I don't think of it as a job at all — it's a part of who I am.