Pricey penthouses, luxurious lofts, and tantalizing townhomes? All in a day’s work for the real estate agents on Bravo’s "Million Dollar Listing New York."
The series is up for an Emmy this year in the ‘Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program’ category.
Fredrick Eklund, Ryan Serhant, and Luis D. Ortiz are all high-rolling real estate agents who represent clients looking to sell multi-million dollar properties in the Big Apple. The show follows their daily work, from interactions with clients to open houses and beyond.
Story lines range from dealing with unusual or eccentric sellers to struggling to find the right buyer for a property, and gives viewers an inside look into the world of high-priced real estate in New York.
Wrapping up our series profiling this year’s nominees for ‘Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program,’ Million Dollar Listing New York’s executive producer Randy Barbato joins AirTalk to talk about producing the show and what it’s like to sell expensive real estate in New York.
Randy Barbato, executive producer of Bravo’s Emmy-nominated unstructured reality series, “Million Dollar Listing New York”