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Think the housing market is bad where you live? It ain't got nothing on New York City, where $2 million deals are business as usual.
The show, like the L.A..-based Million Dollar Listing, follows the high stakes wheelings-and-dealings -- think fashion week tickets and champagne soirees -- of several Manhattan real estate brokers and their high maintenance clientele. Like the other HGTV real estate shows, it's got that element of living vicariously through the uber-demanding buyers (like A-Rod, John Travolta and Al Pacino) -- but Manhattan real estate, where a one-bedroom can sell for a cool million, takes it to a whole 'nother level.
Because house hunting in New York, even in a down market, is like an Olympic sport. I can't wait to watch!
Will you be setting your DVR for Selling New York?