Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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San Francisco sets the backdrop for the fourth installment of the successful “Million Dollar Listing” franchise. The series follows the lives of three ambitious hot shot real estate agents, Justin Fichelson, Andrew Greenwell and Roh Habibi, as they strive to outsell one another in an emerging market filled by young tech millionaires. With price points rising 34% in the last two years, this start-up mecca is in the middle of a real estate revolution. From the breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge to the highs of the Twin Peaks, these brokers-by-the-bay are listing some of the most expensive and architecturally unique properties around the country. In this town competition is steep and these agents are always rushing to find their next golden listing and billionaire client.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe New Gold Rush||Three ambitious brokers-by-the-bay, Justin Fichelson, Andrew Greenwell and Roh Habibi, strive to outsell one another in a cutthroat market filled by demanding young tech clients. Andrew is a real estate veteran who has tackled nearly every challenge in his career...except for predicting the mistakes of a co-lister in an affluent suburb. Justin is a native San Franciscan who knows the city inside and out, but runs up against a tough client who wants more than Justin’s tech network may be willing to spend. Roh is a relative newcomer who must prove his worth to his new business partner with the biggest and most stressful listing of his career.||54:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRemembering The Alamo Listing||With his new listing in the Mission still under construction, Justin has to try and sell the neighborhood before he can sell the house. Roh's business partner Joel criticizes his open house and demands a more conventional approach. Meanwhile, Andrew is dealing with an emotional seller and an inexperienced co-lister....and he's not sure which is more problematic.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhen You Wish Upon a Starchitect||Andrew lands a listing in an up-and-coming neighborhood. Justin's property is finally finished and ready to show, but the size of the backyard proves to be a difficult selling point. Roh scores a listing by making promises that may be impossible to keep.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFights in Bernal Heights||Roh finally manages to track down the architect of his new listing and now has to sell the penthouse. Justin takes a listing with his dentist. Andrew's quest to find his clients a property in an up-and-coming neighborhood takes an unexpected turn.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWe'll Always Have Paris...||Justin's client Stephanie is an old friend, who he hopes might turn into something more if he can make the sale. Andrew has his hands full with a neurotic client. Roh takes a co-listing in the Marina with a colleague.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWe are the Chammy-Ions||Justin takes a listing with an old friend, but quickly realizes that mixing business with his personal life is not a good combination. Andrew snags an amazing winery estate, and now just needs to pair it with the right buyer. Roh's newest listing has everything an agent could want.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCarry on, Hayward Son||Andrew takes a listing just outside of the city, but trying to get a bidding war started is never pleasant...even in Pleasanton. Justin struggles to find a buyer for his demanding client, Kevin, who expects someone to drastically overpay for his place. Luckily for Justin, Roh pays a visit with a potential client.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSt. Louie Blues||Andrew takes the biggest listing of his entire life, but in order to sell it, he's going to have to work side-by-side with the seller's very opinionated son. Roh snags a listing in Potrero Hill, but quickly realizes that sometimes business can be a very personal journey. Justin lands a hundred-year old firehouse that's been converted into a condo.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDon't Have Time for This, Tiny Man!||In the season finale, Roh and Justin continue to disagree at the open house and the negotiating table. In Tiburon, Andrew's in jeopardy of losing the biggest listing of his career, so he has to play nice, something that doesn't come easy for him.||43:01||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I’ve always been curious how the comps in SF compare to the rest of the big cities. I like all the characters except for Andrew. He’s a caricature without any depth and is coming off as a boring, cliche bad guy. His face also lacks expression or interest. His missing personality doesn’t fit with the other two.
I would love to see more of Justin’s shy, somewhat self-conscious side, as it comes off very endearing and relatable, but he also teeters on the edge of coming off cold. I’m hoping he’ll warm up as he gets use to filming.
Roh is doing well!
This is def not as good as MDL NYC or LA!! It's a thanks but I'll pass .... Rather watch re runs of LA & NYC!
Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco!
I will say this that I love this show! It definitely meets the MDLLA and MDLNY expectations in my opinion! I absolutely love Justin and Roh! Not a fan of Andrew because he comes off as an egotistical jerk who brags about how good of an agent he is too much! But you never know my opinion can change the season is not over yet!