Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

Tracy tries to dance her way to a deal on the Skyline property. Altman aims to break Brentwood records with a property that has more bells and whistles than anyone could dream of.

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Season 13
Tracy's delighted to list the house of Gleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova from Dancing with the Stars, but it needs a facelift before hitting the market.
Even though Flagg has not found a buyer yet, Suzanne Somers' house might just sell. Tracy and her daughters check on the progress of their new house. Meanwhile in Orange County,
Fredrik and Altman return to Beverly Park co-list with an offer, but the seller tests the bonds of their relationship. Flagg hosts a party trying to close a deal in the Hills Flats
Tracy's unique Abbot Kinney property is a tough sell, but not as tough as her confrontation with Fredrik. Altman wants to make up for misbehaving as a child.
Tracy goes head-to-head with Flagg after putting in an offer on his listing in the Flats. In Beverly Hills, Altman falls in love with a mid-century masterpiece.
Tracy trades her broker hat for a buyer hat when she starts searching for a home in Beverly Hills and is shocked when she realizes Flagg is listing her dream house.
When Fredrik tries to get brokers to his Upper Bel Air property, he faces a huge obstacle, LA traffic. James and David create a decoy in order to get a sale in Bel Air.
James and David struggle to get a word in edgewise during their showings. Flagg soaks in the waters of Palm Springs as he tries to sell Suzanne Somers' house.
Flagg packs his bags for Palm Springs to sell the home of America's favorite roommate. Tracy balances work and family as she lists her sister's massive 30-million-dollar home.
While listing a Hamptons-esque home in Hancock Park, James and David find themselves at odds with each other. Flagg goes to the next level to protect himself and his fellow agent.
Fredrik reels in a whale of a property in Beverly Park only to learn some shocking news. Tracy juggles two buyers and a frustrated seller who fears getting burned again.
Flagg works with an old friend to sell a historic Bel Air home that is occupied by famous owners. Tracy embraces technology in order to try and sell a property
Altman returns to his roots in the Bird Streets neighborhood to sell a modern masterpiece but has a hard time keeping the sellers happy. Flagg adjusts to a remote work lifestyle.
Season 12
Altman and Tracy team up to co-list a historic Hollywood estate once owned by Hollywood Legend, John Barrymore.
Altman throws an epic launch event for a modern with a 48-million-dollar price tag, and a social media twist. Tracy gets creative to find a buyer for her new WeHo modern.
Altman lists a castle in Beverly Ridge and leans in to Game of Thrones to get people through the door. Flagg finds himself opposite Fredrik, trying to negotiate a deal.
James and David work with a long-time client Zach Vella to list an architectural gem, but Fredrik's arrival in Los Angeles is putting the pressure on them to get it sold.
Altman races against the clock after being thrown a curveball by his Bird Streets sellers. James and David experience difficulties with their Santa Monica gem.
James and David host a backyard BBQ for their new estate in Santa Monica. Altman goes in his Bird Streets territory but is shocked when the sellers consider a low-ball offer.