About the Show
This season, our LA agents are back and at the top of their game as they face a booming market that has defied expectations. With demand from both sellers and buyers that has skyrocketed as high as the prices, the agents must rise to the next level to become even more inventive and bold to beat the competition. As homeowners seek properties with more space and privacy during the pandemic, the agents are busier than ever as they negotiate huge listings and manage even bigger egos.
Josh Flagg returns to his Old Hollywood roots focusing on high-end, historic properties in the coveted Beverly Hills Flats, including his own. When a Hollywood icon asks Josh to sell her 28-acre compound in Palm Springs, he is determined to get the job done. However, it quickly becomes a challenge for Josh to find that right buyer to “come and knock on her door!”
While retaining his crown as the “King of the Bird Streets,” Josh Altman ventures into new territory with a $25 million-dollar cliffside listing in Orange County, but discovers he is not the only agent looking to expand there. As Josh juggles friendship, family and business, he finds out what his true priorities are and attempts to set a new record for the biggest sale in Brentwood.
In between contentious listing meetings and high-stakes negotiations, Tracy Tutor still finds time to prioritize her personal life with her boyfriend, Erik. In a turn of events, Tracy must trade her broker hat for a buyer hat when she starts house-hunting for herself and two daughters. Tracy faces her biggest challenge when listing a $30 million-dollar Holmby Hills estate owned by the toughest customer she has ever dealt with – her little sister.
Fredrik Eklund quickly establishes himself in LA, but a few missteps within the real estate community puts him at odds with the other agents. Fredrik is determined to break records as quickly as possible, but when he fails to impress his childhood action hero, he realizes the new city is a lot tougher than it seems.
James Harris and David Parnes continue to dominate the Bel Air market and expand into the historic Hancock Park area with a traditional home straight out of the Hamptons. After butting heads with Fredrik and dealing with several challenging sellers, they must set aside their British manners and break a few rules to get the job done.