Original air date: 05/25/2017 Runtime: 54:04 min. Big changes are in store for season six, with one agent newly married, one agent newly spiritual, and one agent...well, NEW. Former fashion-model turned super-successful-agent Steve Gold joins the cast. Ryan has little time for the honeymoon phase with Emilia as he plans on expanding into Brooklyn. Fredrik is becoming a calmer agent....that is, until he meets a Tribeca seller who won't negotiate.
Original air date: 06/01/2017 Runtime: 43:04 min. Ryan and his Brooklyn team are selling as many houses as they can, but things get more difficult when he discovers he might have to sell one twice. In order for Fredrik to land a building in SoHo, he has to prove that he's done his homework. Steve wonders if he's become more of a babysitter than real estate agent, when some of his younger clients refuse to behave.
Original air date: 06/08/2017 Runtime: 43:04 min. When one of his buyers decides to forego pursuing his SoHo property, Fredrik needs to find a back-up quickly...luckily for him, Bethenny Frankel is at the top of his contact list. Ryan is excited to land two townhouses, but ends up competing against himself when trying to market them. Steve gets a listing, loses a listing, and gets another listing, all before he can even have one showing.
Original air date: 06/15/2017 Runtime: 43:04 min. Fredrik lands a building with $400 million dollars in potential sales....but his boss thinks he may have over-promised in order to get it. Ryan realizes that when you have two sellers, you can't please one without making the other upset. Steve gets a list of demands from a broker and makes one of his own.
Original air date: 06/22/2017 Runtime: 43:04 min. In the hopes of selling a $20 million unit in his new mega-tower, Fredrik calls on everyone he knows...including reaching out to a blast from the past - seasoned agent Michael Lorber. Ryan goes toe-to-toe with his buyer's wingman - social media influencer The Fat Jewish - on a number of showings. Meanwhile, Steve quickly realizes that when you mix business with friendship, you may end up with neither in the end.