Tensions have always been high between Josh Altman and Josh Flagg. For some reason these two Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agents just can't get along — even when they are trying to close a deal together. If you're looking for the origin to their longstanding issues, we went straight to the sources. And as Altman puts it, "I don't even know what you call it; we can't stand each other."
1. Altman's Side
"I have a completely different style of everything I do in my life than everything that he does in his life," Altman explained to The Daily Dish. "He's got this smug [look] on his face where he thinks the deal doesn't matter. There's something about him that just bothers me so much. [It's] very simple: born and raised rich Beverly Hills kid, kid from Boston who came out to L.A. with zero. Kid from Boston becomes more successful than local Beverly Hills rich kid, Beverly Hills rich kid throws temper tantrum. But, whatever, at the end of the day, he wants to show one of my properties I'll open the door and show it happily and we'll close the deal."
2. Flagg's Side
"There's never really been a time where we were ever friends," Flagg said. "Neither of us like each other. He just has a very different way of selling houses than I do and it's very transparent. I think that he just likes to do things his way and I like to do things my way, and maybe one is not right or wrong — it's just different. I could care less. Honestly, I don't really have anything against him. He just doesn't like me." -Additional reporting by Laura Rosenfeld
Check out more on their beef, below.