We assume you have hilarious horror stories to share about your first apartment, so what would make the boys of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles any different? Sure they live in swanky pads now, but that wasn't always the case as they tell Bravo in an exclusive video.
For example, Josh Altman's first apartment was in a one-bedroom he shared with his brother in a less than desirable neighborhood. "Pretty sure someone was shot and killed next door," he says. Though, ever the salesman, he decides to spin it as, "it was a good growing experience."
Meanwhile, Madison Hildebrand's experience living in "the hood" of Malibu with 6 roommates mainly involved wild animals coming in to feast after their nightly parties. But it was Josh Flagg who admits his parents did something really "dumb" by giving him his own apartment his senior year of high school.
"Basically, I never went to school, I was drunk, [there was] lots of sex. It was a disaster," he says. "Who puts a kid in an apartment by themselves?"
And speaking of sex, we also asked the guys which of the other two they'd want to be stuck in an elevator with.
Altman picks Flagg because he'd "need someone to step on to get to the roof of the elevator to climb out." But Flagg takes a completely different route by answering his question with Madison. "'Cause he's gay," he says.
Which in turns leads Madison to choose Flagg "'cause he's gay," followed by even more steamy details that we can't even write about here. You'll just have to watch it below.
Finally, we had to ask the guys what they think of the boys of Million Dollar Listing New York.
"We're the OGs," Altman says, before going on to say he thinks that the real estate game is a little bit smoother and sneakier in Los Angeles. Though he admits that he would call Frederik Eklund if he were to ever be in the market for a New York apartment.
Flagg jumps in to say he actually thinks it's harder to do real estate in New York because of all the intrinsic building details one has to know, but Altman has a suggestion for how to settle that: a new hybrid TV show.
"The three of us vs. the three of them," he says. "I think that would be a fun show. "
We'll think about it, Josh.