I haven’t had much time to do these recaps and was ready to just stop until I realized there are only two episodes left. So I’m going to give it my best shot. Next week is Flagg’s wedding so that should be good.
Tracy is meeting with a developer that she parted ways with a few episodes ago. He struggles to tell her that he wants her back as his selling agent and he will take the price reduction and it lists at $3.6 million. Tracy gets lots of showings for the house at the new price. One of the guys that looks at the property is “the human Ken doll” who is on a lot of cosmetic surgery shows because he’s had dozens of surgeries. It sounds like he sells implants. Like dick implants. Why am I not surprised.
The Ken doll makes an offer of $3,375,000. Tracy gets them up to $3,415,000. The developer takes the counter.
We didn’t get any scenes of Tracy with her hot soon to be ex-husband.
Bobby, Josh’s soon to be husband is taking him to see a property. Does this mean that Bobby is an agent? That doesn’t seem like a great idea. Yep, it is their first co-listing. That means Bobby will do all the work and Flagg will take half of the commission. It’s a really nice house. Flagg suggests a price drop and totally takes over the listing meeting. They eventually agree to Josh’s listing price at $4.4 million hoping for a quick sale.
At the open house, one of the brokers has the same reaction I did about them being married and working together. At the open house Flagg was mocking the refreshments Bobby chose and his chattiness with the clients. They get an offer of $4.1 million. Flagg gets them up to $4.25 the seller says that is still too low. The Bobby agrees with the seller! Really, Bobby? This is exactly why they should not co-list houses. The wife and Flagg convince the husband to take the offer.
We get a quick peek at the wedding rehearsal ahead of the wedding season finale. I really hope the entire episode is the wedding. It’s a sit down dinner for 100 people. We do get a peek at Sonja Morgan asking someone if she can have her necklace. This is the even where Sonja got drunk and caused an injury to his face that he had to try to cover up for his wedding day. Josh gave a lovely toast and cried uncontrollably when speaking about his future husband.
Altman is off to a listing appointment in the Pacific Palisades. The house is huge and the lot is lovely but some of the house needs some up dating. Josh wants to sell it for more than the seller’s representative wants. The seller wants the house sold in thirty days. The seller wanted $9 million. Josh lists it for just under $12 million. He has thirty days to sell it. After 15 days he starts to realize that it is too much work to be a fixer upper. It’s going to be a tear down. So he invited all the developers he knows to come to the property at the same time and make a bid on it, auction style. This seems smart to me. Kind of. The auction is on day 27 so this better work.
He got three offers plus a verbal offer on the phone. He closes the deal at $11.2 million.
This week didn’t have enough personal storyline for me. It was just all “list a house, sell a house.”
Next week: It looks like we get the Brits, Madison, Altman, Tracy and the fancypants wedding.