Team Serhant hosts private showings with an Australian buyer who’s never visited New York but is willing to purchase property over Facetime – if Ryan can meet his demands. The virtual showings take them across the city, ending up at one of KJ’s listings. Fredrik makes a play of his own to convince his client to drop the price on his luxurious penthouse. After a successful open house, KJ receives offers on the Old Post Road listing and moves to negotiate. Meanwhile, Tyler receives a less than impressive offer and has to break the news to his emotional seller.
New York Upstate of Mind
Fredrik is assigned a live-in sale situation for a 15 million luxury penthouse. Inspired by his friend in the Berkshires, Dorinda Medley, Steve stages a splashy open house at his Upstate farm and invites an unimpressed KJ to take a walk in the mud. Tyler takes an NYU Professor on a tour of properties, including a Tenth Avenue apartment listed exclusively by Fredrik, where the pair squabble over pricing.
Broker in the Rye
As real estate outside Manhattan continues to explode, KJ returns to her hometown of Rye, New York for a coveted listing and secures the help of her interior designer mom to bring in potential buyers. Braving the desert heat, Fredrik takes a road trip to Palm Springs and presents his client with two not-so-hot offers. Meanwhile, back in Brooklyn, a restless Ryan revisits a reopened development where the upcoming election and pandemic threaten big business.
Downward Dog, Upward Mobility
Kemba and Tyler throw a psychic-themed Open House. Ryan puts the pedal to the metal with tours of an Upper Eastside townhouse. Steve invites Dorinda Medley to “make it nice." Kirsten convinces her client to zen-out with a yoga-themed Open House.
Ryan reveals that he’s opening his own brokerage, SERHANT. Steve unveils his impressive renovation at the iconic Ansonia. Stuck in LA, Fred experiments with a robot driven private showing. Tyler navigates a Southern Belle with seller’s remorse.
Escape from New York
As the city opens up, a fleeing New Yorker tasks Tyler with selling her Floridian apartment. Ryan brings on a team member to sell his new townhouse. Fredrik encounters glitches while selling his NYC listings from LA while Steve makes moves upstate.
The home, which was originally considered a "middle class" property that would have house 7-8 different families, still has many of its original features that have been modernized for life today.