One of the brokers tells JA that she thinks he’s a little on the higher side when it comes to price (drink!). Two more brokers tell him that the price is too high (drink twice!).
Madison is at a private showing at Chris’s property. He’s gotten a lot of new interest. That was a pretty short and boring segment.
We come back to JF. He’s with Joshua and Adrian, his intern and his assistant respectively. Adrian is sent to get soy milk while Joshua is going over a few things with JF about the Rodeo Drive property. JA wants to send out an email blast to all his clients who may find the house to be a good fit. Joshua tells us that he’s wearing Givenchy. I wish I could be an unpaid intern and still afford to wear Givency. Not really. I’ve never had a need to own designer clothes. I just wish I had the money to do it if I wanted to.
I’m guessing trust fund.
And more JA. Dammit. He’s holding a private showing at John’s property. JA tells us that there is nothing more annoying to an agent than selling a house that is overpriced (drink!). I don’t think that’s the most annoying this for an agent. I bet JF would be able to tell us that having other agents make a scene and throw drinks at people during an open house is waymore annoying.
Then John shows up and pulls a move even douchier than his last one. He pulls up in his white limousine, rolls down the window, and just says, “Get in. ” I can’t even deal with this anymore. This man could top Heather and JA combined when it comes to douchebaggery. JA explains to John that they’re just not getting any offers at the current price. If John wants to sell this house, it needs to be priced at $3.4 million. I wish I could put into words how obnoxious this entire interaction is.
JF has had a lot of traffic on the Rodeo Drive property. Once again, a lot of the agents are worried about the floor plan. The single bedroom on the second floor is a deal breaker for people with kids. Then JA shows up. JF utters the best sentence of all time when he says, “I’ve nailed the furniture down so you or your girlfriend can’t throw it at someone.” Yes! I love JF even more than I did 30 seconds ago!
This is JF’s forced smile.
JA apologizes for what happened at JF’s open house. Why the hell is JA following the other agents around? I get it that he’s a real estate agent and may have a client who would be interested in the Rodeo Drive property. However, in light of what he did at JF’s open house, maybe he’d be smart to just stay away. I guess we can never accuse JA of being too smart.
Madison and Aaron are back at Chris’s studio to give him an update the house. There are no new offers, but the first buyers are still there. They’ve come back at $6 million. Chris still seems rather pissed at this offer (drink!).
JF is meeting with Ina about the Rodeo Drive property. She has an offer for $2.9 million, all cash, and a 10-day closing. JF calls Sandy to see if the offer is acceptable.
Back to Madison and Aaron. This show needs to stop it with the short segments. These three-sentence paragraphs are driving me nuts. Chris explains that he’s not happy about the offer being $1 million under where they started (drink!). Madison explains that if Chris wants to wait for a better offer, they’ll wait. Aaron tells him that, in this market, they can’t guarantee that there will be more offers on the house. Reluctantly, Chris agrees to sell the house for $6 million.
JA leaves his house pissed at Madison. Apparnetly, Madison thinks that Heather is running around town bad mouthing him. Why the fuck is JA going to take care of this? Heather is an adult and probably should be handling this herself. I think I’d have a little more respect for both of them if they just acted like adults.
Not that JA could have less respect from me.