Fredrik may need to go back to the 1980s to find a buyer for his listing; Ryan has to sell a mansion built on top of a freeway; Steve goes to upstate New York to help a billionaire client but realizes his listing may turn out to be a "Payne."
Ryan views a seven-story townhouse featuring an indoor pool; Steve's event at the 160-acre Payne Estate features ax-throwing competitions and carriage rides to rein in a big-city buyer; Fredrik works hard to sell a home with extravagant décor.
Ryan pitches his brand new seven-story Chelsea townhouse as a smart-home paradise for tech enthusiasts; Luis and Ronita explore the idea of reuniting; Fredrik's former assistant, Jordan, invites him to help close the deal on a new listing in Tribeca.
Ronita decides her partnership with Luis needs a tuneup; Ryan is thrilled to land three luxury properties in NoHo, but he is quickly burdened with 233 other units... all of them rentals; Steve's own apartment becomes his latest listing.
Steve puts on a rubber mask to observe Jess at her first broker's open house; Fredrik follows a lead for his Tribeca listing; Ryan lands a beautifully renovated loft in Chelsea.
Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a table tennis match; Steve's girlfriend settles into their new home together; Fredrik thinks his Crosby listing's massive terrace could be perfect for trained pets; a new, up-and-coming agent joins the crew.
Ryan interviews young agents for his new rental team; Steve and a childhood friend hit the gym to weigh all the investment properties they've seen; Tyler invites a famous mentalist to his Mercantile open house party; Fredrik hosts an open house.
Fredrik hustles for offers at his disco-themed open house; Steve hosts a book launching event at his open house; Tyler faces off with Ryan over a listing for a massive loft on Laight Street.
Steve works to install an elevator in his new listing; Tyler gets a wake-up call while hosting a morning open house; Fredrik's husband's love of New York turns chilling during a raging snowstorm; Ryan re-brands a nameless neighborhood.
Ryan invites an illusionist to his open house; L.A. agent Josh Altman isn't thrilled that Fredrik is building a West Coast team; Steve's in a professional pickle; Tyler plans a horse carriage ride through Central Park for potential buyers.
Ryan premieres a music video for his Tribeca loft; Tyler pitches the biggest listing of his career; Fredrik and Derek tour a rental home for themselves in Los Angeles, but local brokers don't give them a warm welcome; Steve gets blind-sided.
Fredrik has a run-in with L.A. agent Heather Altman at his open house; Ryan markets a beautiful Park Avenue apartment to mysterious buyers from a secret government; Steve realizes decisions at home are easier to make than decisions with developers.
Fredrik lands a prime listing in SoHo that everyone, except Tyler, says is amazing; Steve asks Jess to help with a Bedford-Stuyvesant listing, but their contrasting selling styles may sink the deal; a seller steers Ryan towards hiring Luis.
Ryan and Luis host a dinner party to sell their listing but struggle to rein in Ramona Singer; Fredrik's listing isn't big enough to satisfy his buyer's needs, so he tries to sell her a different unit, even if it's one he doesn't represent.