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Josh Flagg of MDL's Book

Hate them or love them..(I’m the latter), but the 4th season of Million Dollar Listing(MDL) is full swing ahead, and more popular than ever. The BRAVO show consists of 3 high end Los Angeles Realtors- all males- and shows their daily lives, interactions with eachother and their clients. I think it’s hilarious and relatable to my experiences as an agent here in San Diego(without the amazing prices). Some people scoff at this show but I am sure much of what is on the show, is what really goes on in their daily business and personal lives.

I still can’t pin point who I like the best, but Josh Flagg definitely sparks my interest the most; Josh is my age, so successful, has an admirable relationship with his famous grandmother, and is the most witty of the 3 Realtors of MDL. He just wrote his 2nd book- this one an autobiography, and as he said himself it may sound silly being only 25 and already writing an autobiography, but he has experienced a lot and holds nothing back in the book.

His first novel was a biography about his grandmother Edith Flagg,  a Romanian-born American fashion designer who was the first person to import polyester to America. I’m still a little shocked at myself- but I just pre-ordered Josh’s autobiography… I have a feeling I’m really going to enjoy it.

“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.

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.”


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