Million Dollar Listing: New York, Season 8

Million Dollar Listing: New York, Season 8 Summary

As the real estate market continues to deteriorate with a double-digit decline, these top agents must become more innovative and assertive than ever to stay on top and sell their listings. Million Dollar Listing: New York, Season 8 Wiki

Million Dollar Listing: New York, Season 8 Synopsis

Fredrik may need to go back to the 1980s to find a buyer for his listing. Ryan has to sell a mansion built on top of a freeway. Steve goes to upstate New York to help a billionaire client but realizes his listing may turn out to be a Payne.
Ryan views a seven-story townhouse featuring an indoor pool. Steve's event at the 160-acre Payne Estate features ax-throwing competitions and carriage rides to rein in a big-city buyer. Fredrik works hard to sell a home with extravagant décor.
Ryan pitches his brand new seven-story Chelsea townhouse as a smart-home paradise for tech enthusiasts, but soon finds himself squaring off with Steve's boss in a tense negotiation. Luis and Ronita explore the ideas of reuniting to become business partners, and realize that the last two years apart have changed both of their lives professionally and personally. On the other hand, Fredrik's former assistant Jordan invites him to help close the deal on a new listing in Tribeca, only to realize that their current working relationship isn't as seamless as their prior one.
Luis and Ronita orchestrate private showings for their first co-listing together, but when Luis steals the show as the conductor, Ronita decides their partnership needs a tune-up. Ryan is thrilled to land three luxury properties in NoHo, but is quickly burdened with 233 other units...all of them rentals. When Steve's own apartment becomes his latest listing, he picks his former assistant, Jess, to take the lead... but her lack of confidence forces him to buy a disguise and go undercover.
Steve puts on a rubber mask to observe Jess at her first broker’s open house, but when he's forced to deliver some bad news about the listing, his true character emerges. Fredrik follows a lead for his Tribeca listing, and he's willing to go wherever to find a sale.... including Miami. Meanwhile, Ryan lands a beautifully renovated loft in Chelsea, but with heavy construction starting just outside the master bedroom, he'll have to move the Earth to seal this deal. Luis & Ronita could finalize their first sale as partners, but they may need co-operation from their co-broker to get their first co-mmission.
Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a ping-pong match, then goes costume shopping for a big open house in NOHO. While Steve's girlfriend, Luiza, settles into their new home together, he helps a successful high school buddy try and buy an apartment of his own. Meanwhile, Fredrik thinks his Crosby listing's massive terrace could be perfect for trained pets, so he invites over a great dane, a parrot, and a Steve Gold for viewings. And a new up-and-coming agent, Tyler, joins the crew, re-inventing himself....along with the entire New York City real estate market.
Ryan interviews eager young agents for his new rental team, but when his seller calls him to discuss the lack of offers, it may be Ryan who’s in the hot seat. Steve and his childhood friend, Phil, hit the gym to weigh all the investment properties they’ve seen, and end up on an offer that leaves them feeling pumped. When Tyler invites a famous mentalist, Oz, to his Mercantile open house party, unfortunately no buyer is hypnotized by the apartment itself. Fredrik hosts an open house at Crosby on the coldest day of the year...but afterward, a low-ball offer from Steve leaves him feeling quite frosty.
Fredrik hustles for offers at his disco-themed open house. Steve hosts a book launching event at his open house. Tyler faces off with Ryan over a listing for a massive loft on Laight Street.
Steve works to install an elevator in his new listing. Tyler gets a wake-up call while hosting a morning open house. Fredrik's husband's love of New York turns chilling during a raging snowstorm. Ryan re-brands a nameless neighborhood.
Ryan invites an illusionist to his open house. L.A. agent Josh Altman isn't thrilled that Fredrik is building a West Coast team. Steve's in a professional pickle. Tyler plans a horse carriage ride through Central Park for potential buyers.
Ryan premieres a music video for his Tribeca loft. Tyler pitches the biggest listing of his career. Fredrik and Derek tour a rental home for themselves in Los Angeles, but local brokers don't give them a warm welcome. Steve gets blind-sided.
Fredrik has a run-in with L.A. agent Heather Altman at his open house. Ryan markets a beautiful Park Avenue apartment to mysterious buyers from a secret government. Steve realizes decisions at home are easier to make than decisions with developers.
Fredrik lands a prime listing in SoHo that everyone, except Tyler, says is amazing. Steve asks Jess to help with a Bedford-Stuyvesant listing, but their contrasting selling styles may sink the deal. A seller steers Ryan towards hiring Luis.
On the season finale, Ryan and Luis host a dinner party to sell their listing, but struggle to rein in Ramona from The Real Housewives of New York City, who can't help but criticize the decor. Meanwhile, Fredrik's listing isn't big enough to satisfy his buyer's needs, so he tries to sell her a different unit, even if it's one he doesn't technically represent. On the other hand, Steve and Jess find selling together to be difficult, but if they're going to get their deal done, they'll need to learn to negotiate as a team. And Tyler goes out for the biggest listing of his career.... but if he can't wrap up this Nomad mansion with a private pool, he might be underwater with his bosses for good.

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Million Dollar Listing: New York, Season 8 Episodes

Million Dollar Listing: New York is an American reality series that first aired on the Bravo television network. The show follows real estate agents selling high-end properties. The series, presented in one-hour episodes, gives viewers an inside look at the world of high-priced real estate in New York City.

Episode TitleTime
Drumming Up Buyers 1:05:35
A New York Upstate of Mind44:04
Tech-nical Difficulties44:04
Jess We Can!44:04
Construction Criticism44:04
The Weight Is Over44:04
Polar Opposites 1:05:36
Better Laight than Never44:04
The Snowball Effect44:01
Coast Stories44:04
Loss Angeles44:04
Ruffled Heathers44:04
Co-List or No-List44:04
Four Men and a Baby55:04
With an increasingly volatile stock market and home prices in a free fall, selling homes has never been harder for these top agents in New York City. Fredrik's found a potentially big score near Billionaire's Row, but he may need a DeLorean back to the '80s to find a buyer for its totally dated look. With Emilia at home expecting their first baby, Ryan needs to birth a clever idea to sell a Brooklyn Heights mansion built on top of an ear-splitting freeway. Meanwhile, Steve hits the road for upstate New York to help a billionaire client, but realizes his new listing might turn out to be one giant Payne.
Ryan views a seven-story townhouse featuring an incredible indoor pool, but being honest with the seller about the price may prevent him from making a splash in Chelsea. Upstate, Steve spares no expense on his brokers' event of the 160 acre Payne Estate, hoping that axe throwing competitions and carriage rides will be enough to rein in a big city buyer. In Tribeca, Fredrik works hard to sell an expensive renovated home. However, his sellers extravagant décor taste may prove to be a difficult sell.
Ryan pitches his brand new seven-story Chelsea townhouse as a smart-home paradise for tech enthusiasts, but soon finds himself squaring off with Steve's boss in a tense negotiation. Luis and Ronita explore the ideas of reuniting to become business partners, and realize that the last two years apart have changed both of their lives professionally and personally. On the other hand, Fredrik's former assistant Jordan invites him to help close the deal on a new listing in Tribeca, only to realize that their current working relationship isn't as seamless as their prior one.
Luis and Ronita orchestrate private showings for their first co-listing together, but when Luis steals the show as the conductor, Ronita decides their partnership needs a tune-up. Ryan is thrilled to land three luxury properties in NoHo, but is quickly burdened with 233 other units...all of them rentals. When Steve's own apartment becomes his latest listing, he picks his former assistant, Jess, to take the lead... but her lack of confidence forces him to buy a disguise and go undercover.
Steve puts on a rubber mask to observe Jess at her first broker's open house, but when he's forced to deliver some bad news about the listing, his true character emerges. Fredrik follows a lead for his Tribeca listing, and he's willing to go wherever to find a sale.... including Miami. Meanwhile, Ryan lands a beautifully renovated loft in Chelsea, but with heavy construction starting just outside the master bedroom, he'll have to move the Earth to seal this deal. Luis & Ronita could finalize their first sale as partners, but they may need co-operation from their co-broker to get their first co-mmission.
Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a ping-pong match, then goes costume shopping for a big open house in NOHO. While Steve's girlfriend, Luiza, settles into their new home together, he helps a successful high school buddy try and buy an apartment of his own. Meanwhile, Fredrik thinks his Crosby listing's massive terrace could be perfect for trained pets, so he invites over a great dane, a parrot, and a Steve Gold for viewings. And a new up-and-coming agent, Tyler, joins the crew, re-inventing himself....along with the entire New York City real estate market.
Ryan interviews eager young agents for his new rental team, but when his seller calls him to discuss the lack of offers, it may be Ryan who's in the hot seat. Steve and his childhood friend, Phil, hit the gym to weigh all the investment properties they've seen, and end up on an offer that leaves them feeling pumped. When Tyler invites a famous mentalist, Oz, to his Mercantile open house party, unfortunately no buyer is hypnotized by the apartment itself. Fredrik hosts an open house at Crosby on the coldest day of the year...but afterward, a low-ball offer from Steve leaves him feeling quite frosty.
Fredrik hustles to get offers during his disco-themed open house on Charlton St., but the party gets real funky when Ryan arrives for a dance-off. Steve takes a novel approach to selling by hosting a book-launch open house at his new building for artists. Meanwhile, Tyler goes head-to-head with Ryan for an expensive listing on Laight Street in Tribeca. The loft may be massive, but the contract's only big enough for one of them.
As Steve works tirelessly to install an elevator in his new listing, the ups-and-downs of negotiating the final price might leave him stuck without a deal. Meanwhile, Tyler hosts a morning open house in his latest Central Park listing, but when his seller pops in uninvited, he gets a true wake-up call. On the other hand, Fredrik phones potential buyers for his Charlton listing while a snowstorm rages outside...putting his deal, and his husband's love for NY, on ice. When a developer tosses Ryan three listings in a nameless neighborhood near Hudson Yards, he has to rebrand the area and let the entire city know how to find it.
After his SoHY seller names him "The Magic Man," Ryan invites an illusionist to conjure up an offer at his packed open house. Fredrik goes to Hollywood - but there's no time to relax when LA agent Josh Altman isn't thrilled that he's building a West Coast team. Meanwhile, Steve's in a professional pickle when he's caught between a top developer in NOMAD and fellow agents at his own company. Tyler plans a horse carriage ride through Central Park for potential buyers.... only time will tell if his open house is a yay or a neigh.
Ryan nervously premieres a music video for his Tribeca loft, but worries that his dancing skills might not be in step with buyers' expectations. Tyler pitches the biggest listing of his career and hopes to hit this one out of the park (Central Park, that is). On the other hand, Fredrik and Derek tour a potential rental home for themselves in Los Angeles, but two local brokers aren't giving them a warm welcome. When Steve's blindsided by unexpected competition, he wonders if getting his boss involved will put him out of commission.
Fredrik has a run-in with LA agent Heather Altman at his open house, but she and her husband Josh are closed-off to the idea of him opening up a West Coast team. Back in Manhattan, Ryan markets a beautiful Park Avenue apartment to mysterious buyers from a secret government. Meanwhile, Steve realizes decisions at home are easier to make than decisions with developers. And clients from Tyler's past have come calling again after achieving career successes...unfortunately, their parents are calling as well.
Fredrik is back in New York, and has landed a prime listing in SoHo that everyone says is amazing.... everyone, that is, except for Tyler. Steve travels to Bed-Stuy to list a house with a private pool, but when he asks Jess to help him, their contrasting selling styles might sink the deal. When Ryan struggles to sell a big-ticket listing on Central Park, the seller suggests a co-exclusive....and steers Ryan towards hiring Luis.
On the season finale, Ryan and Luis host a dinner party to sell their listing, but struggle to rein in Ramona from The Real Housewives of New York City, who can't help but criticize the decor. Meanwhile, Fredrik's listing isn't big enough to satisfy his buyer's needs, so he tries to sell her a different unit, even if it's one he doesn't technically represent. On the other hand, Steve and Jess find selling together to be difficult, but if they're going to get their deal done, they'll need to learn to negotiate as a team. And Tyler goes out for the biggest listing of his career.... but if he can't wrap up this Nomad mansion with a private pool, he might be underwater with his bosses for good.

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FranziJS - Luis is back!!!3 star

I love Real Estate. That's why I, living abroad, am buying this shows. But this show turns more and more to a personal reality show that portrais the brokers and not so much the real estate they are selling. And the prices are getting every time more ridiculous expensive.

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