Million Dollar Listing, Season 7: Los AngelesHDClosed Captioning
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“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” season seven gives fans a look into how the Los Angeles real estate market is blistering, competition is fierce and extremely low inventory is only feeding the fire. With two new savvy agents on the scene, the flames will burn higher than ever this season.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Lads Take L.A.||With inventory low and demand high, the Los Angeles market is blazing hot and these agents are working hard to stay one sale ahead of their competition. This is no problem for Josh Altman who nabs a listing that every agent in town wanted. Although dynamic British duo David Parnes and James Harris lost the listing to Altman, they continue to encroach on his territory and get a little too close for comfort. In addition, the partners make a startling move to satisfy an unrealistic client. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg lists a $9.4 million dollar mansion in Bel Air Crest, a highly sought-after gated community, for a peculiar woman who is determined to become his best friend.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEnglish Beat Down||James and David crash Josh Altman's Broker’s Open House for the listing they lost to him. They trash talk the property in front of Altman and he's not going to forget it anytime soon. The duo also lands the largest listing of their careers a $48 million dollar estate. However, they almost come to blows when they disagree on how to market the property. Josh Flagg sells his Bel Air Crest listing despite the fact his client cannot contain herself during the negotiation.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReal Estate On Wheels||After taking a hard fall, Josh Flagg tries to find his good friend an investment property all while in agonizing pain. Thanks to his tenacity and gold-plated wheelchair, he has no problem getting the job done. Josh Altman loses a coveted listing in the Hollywood Hills, but devises a brilliant plan to get it back. James and David continue to show their $48 million dollar listing, but Altman publicly humiliates them for overpricing the property. However, the Brits laugh it off with Mauricio Umansky, the head of their agency and Altman's former mentor.||42:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoyally Sucked||While showing a Hollywood Hills estate, David and James cross paths with an infamous ne'er-do-well who brought shame on the Royal Family. Josh Flagg finds himself caught in the middle of close family friends who are at odds over the type of home they want to purchase. With inventory at an all-time low, Josh Altman's assistant, Mikey, goes undercover to snag a listing.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFlagg vs. Serhant||Josh Flagg gets the better of “Million Dollar Listing New York” real estate agent Ryan Serhant when Ryan's client makes an offer on Flagg's flip property. When Josh Altman double-ends a deal with his brother, he must come to terms with his lifelong competition with Matt. Heather and Josh meet with a wedding planner who's baffled by their unpreparedness. David and James get a shocking response when they bring their client multiple bids on her Venice property.||43:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHard Cold Cash||When Josh Altman's client goes borderline ballistic during a negotiation, he has to stash the other agent in a freezer. Hip hop artist Tyga checks out David and James' ultimate bachelor pad in the Hollywood Hills, which happens to be across the street from Altman's house. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg goes back in time in order to sell a 1919 Beverly Hills tear-down that cannot be torn down.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThere Goes the Neighborhood||David makes a rash promise to a client without first consulting James which could ultimately cost them the listing. Josh Altman snags a similar listing just blocks away from the Brits. Josh Flagg is stunned and saddened when Colton shows him the progress he's made remodeling his parents' house and childhood home.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAll Business, No Pleasure||Josh Altman tries to find the perfect home for a famous street artist who insists on going to every showing incognito. Meanwhile, Heather accuses Josh of going behind her back after he and his brother, Matt, make a major decision without her. Josh Flagg worries about Grandma Edith's declining health before leaving for his annual Hamptons vacation. But as soon as he gets to town, he's roped into helping a friend find the perfect summer pad. James and David go above and beyond to prove they're not the party boys they used to be in order to help old friends from London sell their Los Feliz home.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRealty Bites||After being hired by a hard-nosed client who used to be a top real estate agent, James and David come up with a brilliant strategy to impress him. However, once the negotiation begins, their client threatens to fire them. Josh Flagg is frustrated when he gets the listing for one of his favorite properties only to find out that other agents don't share his appreciation for it. On top of that, Josh fears he's losing his grandmother and calls on his team for support. Josh Altman lands the most prestigious listing of his career, a property known as “The Western White House.” Sadly, the victory is short-lived as his personal life begins to crumble.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMillion Dollar Frisking||When Josh Altman and his brother Matt receive a full-body pat-down before meeting with a potential international client demanding they find the perfect Beverly Hills getaway in just two days, the pressure is on to deliver. Meanwhile, Altman is trying to keep his relationship with Heather from falling apart, but Heather makes it clear it is not going to be easy. As Edith's health continues to decline, Josh Flagg finds himself in crisis mode and his desperate state makes it even more difficult to sell a $7 million beachfront property. One of James and David’s biggest clients, Zach Vella, is counting on them to find an LA residence that meets his very specific requirements. If they can't make it happen, they stand to lose millions of dollars in commission.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCircling the Waters||When Josh Altman's idol, Daymond John of “Shark Tank” fame, hires him to find commercial space for his West Coast headquarters; Altman moves his relationship with Heather to the back burner once again. David and James put it all on the line when they coax a prolific developer and his wife to sell their newly built dream house for $12;995;000. After the lady of the house gets cold feet, David makes a promise he may not be able to deliver on. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg is closing and opening deals with his usual ease; but real estate is the last thing on his mind when his personal life is shattered.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCrossroads||A $13-million listing in Laguna Beach forces the Brits to sink-or-swim in a new territory. But they are buoyed by a surprise visit from a familiar face. Still reeling from the devastating loss of his grandmother, Josh Flagg struggles to stay focused on a new listing for one of Edith's friends. Josh Altman finds himself at a major cross-road: choosing to pursue a life-consuming $100-million listing, the biggest of his career, or spending more time with Heather to help mend their relationship.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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This show is great!
I started watching this show after finishing up Million Dollar Listing New York. It's quickly made it's way up my list as one of my favorites. The cast is entertaining, the property's themselves are intriguing and the shows presentation keeps the pace moving. Buy the season and enjoy.
I have purchased the season pass for this season, but since the last iTunes update i am unable to have access to download my show until I have received an email. What makes it quite disturbing is the fact that if I was purchasing the episodes individually I could download it right away. Step up your game Apple otherwise I will be purchasing from Amazon. Also this season is a little to fake for me the acting is woeful and it just seems they are trying to hard. Ahhhhh reality TV that isn’t reality TV. Another show that Bravo has ruined.
One of the best shows on TV
Everything about the MDL series is great - it’s hard to decide whether I enjoy the LA or NY series better, but every episode is just a treat to watch and highly entertaining. Why can’t all TV be like this?
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- Released: Aug 20, 2014
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