Tonight's episode reminds me why I love what I do -- beautiful houses and interesting people. Clients like Laney make my job more exciting, and at the end of the day, I don't care if I have to go to lunch with all her friends to get the listing. I get the chance to sell a gorgeous home in Bel Air, which is what I love to do. Besides, who doesn't love to lunch with a group of women in the middle of the day in this town anyways?[video_clip_url:http://player.theplatform.com/p/PHSl-B/yT7k3t_YLXoZ/embed/select/vFGAHlV0e6Hz?form=html]
We also meet two new faces tonight, David and James. I say, the more the merrier. There's enough business in this town to go around, and we all have different ways of selling. Welcome to the party, boys. I admire how they got their client into the house even though he didn't want to get out of the car. Sometimes you need to remind your clients you know what it is in their best interest.
Altman's listing on San Circle is a great house. In this business sometimes you get lucky, I think that's the case here. Maybe he will sell it, maybe he won't. In my opinion the house is perfect for someone who doesn't truly know Beverly Hills property value, so maybe an international buyer will be the one to take the plunge.