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This is a show about agents who are trying to sell homes in LA. Some of the homes have electrical problems while others have issues with the cosmetics. The goal is to sell as many homes as possible to make the most money from millionaires who are looking to move to the area.

Selling LA is a Kids & Family series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (32 episodes). The series first aired on April 28, 2003.

Selling LA is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Selling LA on demand at Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, iTunes online.

Mondays at 10:00 pm on HGTV
3 Seasons, 32 Episodes
April 28, 2003
Kids & Family
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Selling LA Full Episode Guide

  • Agent Jason Oppenheim needs to find his clients the perfect property for the right price, while Kennon Earl's new client is more concerned with finding a property in the right location. Both will face challenges finding the right balance for their clients.

  • Keller Williams agent, Steven Aaron, helps his friends downsize and sell their property to be able to move to their dream home in Sonoma County. Hilton Hyland agent Rodrigo Iglesias is challenged to sell the largest residential property in Orange County. If he can market to the right buyers, he'll sell the dream ranch and make a $645,000 commission.

  • South Bay agent Pam Smith gets down to dollars and cents, negotiating multiple deals to quickly sell her developer-client's property so he can move on to his next project.

  • Buyers searching for the perfect pad.

  • Vanessa Fitzgerald's new clients are longtime friends, who are looking to buy their first home together. They've lived in LA for a long time, but their modest budget of $800,000 will lead to a challenging search on the affluent West Side of LA.

  • A client challenges agent Rebekah Schwartz to sell her $2 million Marina Del Ray home. If she's successful, she'll give her the listings on her large portfolio of high-end properties around the city.

  • The agents move fast to lease three beachfront properties. Plus, a property worth well over market value.

  • Singer Sasha Gradiva looks for a home that will allow her to get in touch with her creative side in the Hollywood Hills; and actress Michelle Stafford is hoping to sell her home at a price it's actually worth.

  • In the third season premiere, clients want to upgrade from a $5 million home; a home inspection could ruin a deal.

  • Dominique Jeramaz is asked to list a multi-million dollar home in Malibu, an area she's never sold in before. Then, an oil tycoon asks Victor Kaminoff to help him out of a rental and into a Malibu property.

  • Marisa Zanuck helps a client find a Hollywood Hills party house as an investment property. Dominique Jeramaz is asked to list a home in Malibu, but she's never sold in the area and risks taking a major hit to her reputation.

  • Clients with challenging demands turn to L.A.'s top agents to find them multi-million dollar homes.

  • Agent Victor Kaminoff must think outside the box to market an architecturally significant, but overpriced, listing in the hills of Hollywood. Meanwhile, an international art dealer asks agent Rebekah Schwartz for help. He wants a jaw-dropping, multi-million dollar home for the time he spends in L.A. But despite his healthy $6M budget, Rebekah's challenged to both meet his needs and keep his interest.

  • Kennon Earl searches for a sexy bachelor pad that's also kid-friendly for a celebrity dentist. Meanwhile, Valerie Fitzgerald takes on her own challenge finding a $3-million mansion for a friend's boyfriend, who's ready to move across the country to be closer to his love.

  • Buyers with Little Time Need Big Results to Realize Their Dreams of California Living

  • Veteran agent Valerie Fitzgerald competes for a $6.8 million exclusive; and, a half-a-million dollar commission is at stake for brother-sister team Brian and Erica Reams.

  • A high-flying airline exec sells a $28.5M estate, and a $10M home that features hand-painted frescos.