Selling New York

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  • 2010
  • 8 Seasons
  • 5.7  (129)

Selling New York is an HGTV series featuring three top real estate companies in the cut throat market of Manhattan, New York. In each episode, brokers from CORE, Haft Kleier, and Gumley, sell pricey New York City apartments and town homes to the very rich. Apartments can range from the low 1 million, to as much as 20 million dollars. The clientele are successful actors, CEO's, clothing designers, self-made millionaires, musicians, and celebrities. The show follows the 3 companies as they attempt to secure high priced listings with potential clients wishing to sell and purchase homes. Once a listing is secured, the show travels with the clients around New York, visiting potential homes that will suit their needs. The television audience is shown the price of the apartment, the number of bedroom and baths, and the potential commission the agent will earn if a sale closes. The show gives a glimpse of the intricate details of how real estate is sold in New York City. It is unlike any other market in the world. Prices are extremely expensive and square footage is unbelievably small. The clients are willing to pay a premium to live in this booming market and secure a coveted address. The areas the show travels to in their search include Tribeca, Greenwich Village, Soho, Chelsea, and the Upper East Side. The agents also work with developers seeking to sell units in new buildings, offering a packaged deal to brokers who can sell all of the units. Units are promoted through many marketing techniques. Giveaways and shared commissions are offered as incentives to any broker who can bring in clients, and seal the deal. Each episode is filled with impressive New York City buildings, featuring beautiful architecture, floor plans, and a history of the location. The competition to secure these much sought after locations is cut throat. Brokers must come up with unique and creative ways to showcase and generate traffic in order to attract potential buyers. Quite often, companies have lavish brokers open parties. At these events, brokers are invited to view apartments to be sold in hopes they will set appointments to bring in their clients, thus making a sale and securing a high commission. By the end of each episode, the show updates the viewer of the status of the clients, as well as the outcomes of the transactions.

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Wide Open Spaces
13. Wide Open Spaces
April 29, 2014
A TV sports producer who's looking to buy a lake house in CT, can't move forward until her agents sell her Chelsea home. The agents have face-to-face meetings with top brokers to hard-sell the merits of the property.
Life in DUMBO
12. Life in DUMBO
April 22, 2014
Deborah Lupard of Warburg and Charles Homet of Halstead Properties both are challenged to sell their client's apartments in the area known as DUMBO.
Hidden Gems
11. Hidden Gems
April 15, 2014
Melissa Meyers and her family have relocated to California and they're trying to sell their place on the UES. The empty apartment has been on the market for six months with another agent, and she won't budge on the price.
Scaled Down
10. Scaled Down
April 8, 2014
Andrea and Javier have sold their current place without even listing. Now they want to downsize without losing any of the beauty and integrity of their current dream home, but they only have 2 weeks to do it.
Son Knows Best
9. Son Knows Best
April 1, 2014
Adrian Noriega will scour the city to find his wealthy out-of-town client her dream downtown pied-à-terre. His challenge will be finding a quality space in a location where good properties don't stay on the market long.
Back to Their Roots
8. Back to Their Roots
March 25, 2014
Nancy Cohen has askes Ann Lenane to sell her UWS co-op so she and her husband can live full-time in the country. The broker will spruce-up the tired home to improve their shared hallway's curb appeal.
Famous Faces
7. Famous Faces
March 18, 2014
Jason Haber willl have a Rat Pack themed launch to sell his client's $9M apartment that once belonged to Frank Sinatra. The celebrity photographer, Patrick McMullan enlists the Kleiers to find a suitable investment.
Room for Baby
6. Room for Baby
January 23, 2014
CORE's Vickey Barron has expecting clients who are literally busting out of their apartment. Once Vickey is able to find them a property, they want to place their current apartment on the market.
New Beginnings
5. New Beginnings
January 23, 2014
Gwen Schultz's selling the apartment of her boyfriend Freeman, a widower, but it needs freshening up. Gwen's uncomfortable telling Freeman to remove his late wife's belongings in order for buyers to visualize living there.
New to the Game
4. New to the Game
January 21, 2014
Kleier's Isabel Solmonson is combing the city to find her friend a two-bedroom home. A junior broker is faced with a looming deadline and after a past deal fell through, she fears her clients are losing confidence in her.
Double Trouble
3. Double Trouble
January 14, 2014
Charles Homet will network with New York's party elite to throw a spectacular party at his townhouse listing. The Kleiers have two listings from the same eager seller in the same building, one a triplex, the other a duplex.
Living Well
2. Living Well
January 7, 2014
CORE agent Lisa Graham has a new penthouse sponsor unit that hasn't been upgraded since it was built in the 1980s. Lisa enlists the help from Ann Gallops, a Feng Shui stager to revitalize this stale listing
Movie Magic
1. Movie Magic
September 13, 2013
As one broker seeks the perfect film set, another uses a film fundraiser to sell a home.
Description

Selling New York is an HGTV series featuring three top real estate companies in the cut throat market of Manhattan, New York. In each episode, brokers from CORE, Haft Kleier, and Gumley, sell pricey New York City apartments and town homes to the very rich. Apartments can range from the low 1 million, to as much as 20 million dollars. The clientele are successful actors, CEO's, clothing designers, self-made millionaires, musicians, and celebrities.

The show follows the 3 companies as they attempt to secure high priced listings with potential clients wishing to sell and purchase homes. Once a listing is secured, the show travels with the clients around New York, visiting potential homes that will suit their needs. The television audience is shown the price of the apartment, the number of bedroom and baths, and the potential commission the agent will earn if a sale closes.

The show gives a glimpse of the intricate details of how real estate is sold in New York City. It is unlike any other market in the world. Prices are extremely expensive and square footage is unbelievably small. The clients are willing to pay a premium to live in this booming market and secure a coveted address. The areas the show travels to in their search include Tribeca, Greenwich Village, Soho, Chelsea, and the Upper East Side. The agents also work with developers seeking to sell units in new buildings, offering a packaged deal to brokers who can sell all of the units. Units are promoted through many marketing techniques. Giveaways and shared commissions are offered as incentives to any broker who can bring in clients, and seal the deal.

Each episode is filled with impressive New York City buildings, featuring beautiful architecture, floor plans, and a history of the location. The competition to secure these much sought after locations is cut throat. Brokers must come up with unique and creative ways to showcase and generate traffic in order to attract potential buyers. Quite often, companies have lavish brokers open parties. At these events, brokers are invited to view apartments to be sold in hopes they will set appointments to bring in their clients, thus making a sale and securing a high commission.

By the end of each episode, the show updates the viewer of the status of the clients, as well as the outcomes of the transactions.

Selling New York is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (113 episodes). The series first aired on March 18, 2010.

Where to Watch Selling New York

Selling New York is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Selling New York on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    March 18, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    5.7  (129)