Real estate powerhouse Josh Altman of The Altman Brothers is the top-producing agent at Hilton & Hyland Brokerage and is ranked #22 in the country by The Wall Street Journal for having sales close to a billion dollars locally, nationally, and internationally. He has created a reputation for his tenacious, "no-bull," shark-like mentality, which has clients lining up. Altman is known for representing high-profile clientele, from celebrities and top-tier athletes to international business mavens and high-net-worth individuals around the world. Altman's reputation precedes him with his record-breaking sales that headline the news, including a $100 million dollar listing in Marina Del Rey, the most expensive one bedroom ever sold for $21,500,000; the priciest lease in the history of Beverly Hills; the costliest condo sale in Santa Monica; and the highest price-per-square-foot home sold in the Hollywood Hills. With his real estate finance background, Altman has successfully invested in dozens of homes throughout the country. He has become a pillar in the global real estate speaking circuit, mentors sales professionals worldwide, and enjoys supporting a multitude of charities. With the Altman Brothers full steam ahead with their latest endeavor in real estate development, Altman has only scratched the surface of what’s next to come.
The Latest from Josh
Bravolebrities: Out and About February 2015
Follow your favorite Bravo stars out on the town.
Josh Altman Joins Fredrik Eklund's Firm
The 'MDLLA' star and his brother make a big move.
Josh Altman: My Advice for the 2015 Real Estate Market
The 'MDLLA' star shares his wisdom for buyers and sellers.
Drink Throws Through Bravo History
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Josh: There Are Always Going to Be Mistakes
Josh Altman explains why this season was different for him.
Tour Bravo's Most Luxurious Closets!
Take a peek inside our stars' fabulous closets and see how the Bravo-half lives!
Josh: Real Estate Is About Relationships
Josh Altman explains why not making a sell in this episode actually helped his business.