Cast Blog: #MDL

Time to Shine

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

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?

Be Who You Are

Time to Shine

Josh explains his strategy for selling the Hayvenhurst property.

 

Hello viewers, 

I hope you have enjoyed the dynamic of Episode 1 as much as I have. I think the new cast of characters is as diverse as ever! This was certainly the most fun year of filming. In regards to the Hayvenhurst property, when I got the listing, I immediately knew this was not going to be an easy one to sell. I knew that if the owner was willing to cooperate and play ball though, he would sell the house. Sellers have to be realistic when it comes to a listing price. When a house comes on the market the first week, that is the most important time for the property to shine, because it is the first exposure the house gets. That is the time to be aggressive with pricing. Considering this house is so unusual for the area, asking more than it is worth is not the best idea. I advised the seller to be realistic, however, as you all know, when you own a property you always think it is worth more than it really is. 

As for my other cast of characters, it is a pleasure to be in the same business as them. 

Signing off,

Josh