Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream [NOOK Book]

Overview

Josh Flagg began working in high-end real estate immediately after graduating from Beverly Hills High in 2004. Within the first four years of his career, Josh participated in several record sales, including the highest sale in the history of Brentwood Park and the highest sales on the exclusive Roxbury, Foothill and Monovale Drives, making him one of Los Angeles' hottest agents. Flagg has participated in sales up to $25,000,000.

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Overview

Josh Flagg began working in high-end real estate immediately after graduating from Beverly Hills High in 2004. Within the first four years of his career, Josh participated in several record sales, including the highest sale in the history of Brentwood Park and the highest sales on the exclusive Roxbury, Foothill and Monovale Drives, making him one of Los Angeles' hottest agents. Flagg has participated in sales up to $25,000,000.

"The best thing I have seen Josh do, was wrap an entire house in a big red bow before delivering the keys to the new owners. He is very creative, and that is why he is so successful."

In Josh s mind, there are no limitations. Josh is also one of the stars of BRAVO TVs, Million Dollar Listing, returning for its fourth season February 2011. In his new book, Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream, Josh writes about having travelled to more than fifty countries, his years growing up in one of the most famous cities in the world (Beverly Hills) and how to develop a successful career in high-end real estate.

"My funniest experience so far was when I fell into the pool of a client s house in the middle of a showing, clothes, jewelry and all! Well I couldn't let that slow me down, so I put on the owners robe, threw on some slippers and continued the showing. The buyers sent me a pair of swim-trunks when we closed escrow." -- Josh Flagg
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012289193
  • Publisher: Polimedia Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/24/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 186
  • Sales rank: 238,095
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Josh Flagg, who stars on BRAVO TV’s Million Dollar Listing, has certainly made his own since joining the cast in Season 2 (2008). If you’re not familiar with the show, Million Dollar Listing follows the lives of three of Los Angeles' hottest, young, and aggressive real estate magnates in the making as they increase their fortunes selling multi-million dollar properties in the most exclusive neighborhoods –- Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills. Season 4 (2011) follows Josh and the other agents as they deal with some of the most demanding clients they have ever encountered. They are pushed to the limit and struggle to manage their personal lives while also trying to move some of the most magnificent and most expensive homes in the City of Angels.
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  • Posted November 22, 2013

    Incredible!!!

    An incredible and inspiring story! Full of wit and humor beyond his years with a great lesson that everyone can learn from, no matter their age! I have recommended it to everyone and all who have read it has agreed..... A great read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Certainly profound, though not necessarily in a positive way

    I chose to read Josh Flagg's book because Million Dollar Listing was airing a new season and I had learned that he had come out as being gay. So naturally, as a gay teenager, I simply had to read a memoir of an attractive, successful (homosexual) man.

    Before I read this book, taste, class, exclusivity (and therefore money) were things I valued highly. Growing up in an extremely rural and impoverished region of the south, the world of society has always held a certain glamour; aspiratons to work towards. However, this memoir exemplifies many of the flaws of my dream world.

    I found both the writing and the actual content to be quite pretentious. In the opening pages of the book, Josh admits that he is a snob. However, he makes no effort to connect with the reader, almost adopting a "holier than though" demeanor throughout the memoir. I truly do not believe he is aware of how privileged he has been in life, and I found many of his passages to be unnecessary, superficial, or even extremely offensive.

    In addition to the writer's attitude, the style of writing was poor, inconsistent, and often unclear. A lack of careful editing was very apparent.

    I suppose I would recommend this book, despite its most inherent flaws. Even though I felt 'put down' by much of the memoir, I do not dislike Josh Flagg. He's just led a very privileged life, and I just felt frustrated at how unaware he seemed to be taking things for granted. Before reading Josh's book, I thought he and I valued the same things. Now however, I'm having to reconsider what really matters to me.

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

    sweet&bloggy

    Although this is the most poorly proofread book I've ever paid full price for, I thought that reading Josh's book was like talking with a friend... a very rich friend.

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  • Posted May 11, 2011

    Interesting and entertaining read!!

    I really enjoyed reading this book, the majority is about his life not how to be a mega broker but i bought it to learn more about him. His family history is so interesting and i love the humour!

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  • Posted April 4, 2011

    very enjoyable book

    I enjoyed this book very much. His honesty was so refreshing. I wish him much continued success.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2011

    Hmm..

    I purchased this book because Josh Flagg was my favorite agent on this season of Million Dollar Listing. This book is poorly edited. If I buy a book, I intend on getting a book with proper punctuation. The run-on sentences could be fixed as well. Other than nit-picking, Million Dollar Agent is a very interesting read.

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  • Posted March 24, 2011

    So far...

    so far so good. Just finished reading the sample and Im hooked. Josh seems to be such an interesting person and I can't wait to uncover all of his litrle secrets! And also the fact that he is one of the top agents in LA interests me even more. This book is right up my alley and I hope to learn a thing or two from him. This book is an easy read and very addicting. I love all his witty insight into his childhood. Enjoy!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2011

    Well Done

    I downloaded the nook app to my IPHONE and read it last night. I also watch your show. I loved the storytelling and it included your Grandma Edith....I am glad that you are a leader and you did not listen to idiots in school that thought you were a loser when indeed they are losers. You are definitely a winner and you are right who cares what people think. (I love the part where your grandma Edith says my money is good when you were going into the expensive restaurant) That keeps a lot of people from becoming who they really are. You are an inspiration not because you made it big re: $ but your emotional intelligence can't be bought. You either have it or you don't.... PS Your grandma should have her own show....
    I also work extremely close with your City and I have to say they have been great people to work with.....CIAO....besitos.....

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