Eliot and I love watching Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York and Los Angeles. We enjoy examing all of the real estate properties and their price tags.
However, we are always debating each other on whether these guys are true real estate agents, or are they only actors. The truth is that they are both. After constantly questioning other agents in the business about their authenticity, and attending an open house, hosted by Ryan Servant of Nest Seekers International (and star of MDL NY), it’s pretty obvious they find the time to have two careers.
I know it’s difficult to imagine doing both, but they do. I am also told that each of these agents are top sales achievers and are passionate about the properties they represent. Yes, the story lines are exaggerated for the sake of TV, but they are all based on true experiences.
This topic seems rather silly considering we just nominated the first woman ever to become President of the United States. I decided to include my recent Facebook and Twitter posts regarding this topic on the bottom of this blog post. My blog, my opinions.
Ryan Serhant, right, at his Open House at United Nations Plaza, apt on the 77th floor. Al Kahn, of CraneKahn , a children’s licensing company, to my left.
The views were outstanding.
That’s the 59th St. bridge.
Yes, I’m afraid of heights.
The following are the party pictures from the $6 million plus apt.
My social media tweets while I was watching Hillary speak.
1-Eliot just told me to get back to work. Every time I feel I’m getting up there, he reminds me that my hero Hillary is my age and has the energy of 10 twenty year olds. She makes me want to do what I love, helping others.
2-A man you can bait with a tweet, is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.
3-Yes, I am the party of working people.
4-You alone can’t fix anything Mr. Trump. I want to live in a world of diversity where we all love each other. I’m not interested in a wall. I’m interested in knowing my neighbors and enjoying them.
5-I am so lucky to be alive to actually see a woman become President of the United States. I’m voting for Hillary Clinton.
Don’t boo, vote.