With over ten years in the real estate business, Josh Flagg has taken the real estate market by storm. Josh has sold over $1,000,000,000 worth of property and is a top realtor at one of the most prestigious real estate firms in the United States. His record selling achievements include the most expensive house in Brentwood and the most expensive house in Beverly Hills south of Sunset Blvd just to mention a few.
A detailed description of the property with color photographs and a link to the website will appear in the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service
Over 2000 just listed cards will be mailed to area residents
A custom E-mail blast with photos and a link to the property website will be sent to several thousand agents (encompasses all major real estate offices in Los Angeles)
A custom E-mail blast with photos and a link to the property website will be sent to 3,000 of Josh’s personal and business contacts (including many celebrities and affluent community members)
With the owners permission, an Open House for the Entire Brokerage community will be held
The property will be presented to over 120 agents during the Rodeo Realty office meeting
With the owners permission, a For Sale sign will be placed on the property
An ad will be placed in the Los Angeles Times
The property will be advertized in the MLS guide with a full page color advertisement
Custom property postcards will be designed and mailed to the area
The property may be featured or mentioned on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Internationally Syndicated and Translated in almost every country)
The property will be listed on Prestige MLS (European MLS) and will be translated into 13 different languages
The property will be listed on Caimeiiu (Asian MLS) and will be translated to Chinese. Caimeiju can be found on top Chinese local search engines like Baidu, Google China, Bing, and Yahoo Taiwan.
The property will be featured on www.luxuryrealestate.com, an international website for broker members only.
The property website will be featured on YouKu which is an Asian version of YouTube with 203 million monthly visitors. It will be translated into Mandarin.
24-Hour Internet Exposure
The property will be featured on this Internet on the following real estate websites:
The property will be featured on the Internet on Josh Flagg’s social networks:
Facebook.com (150,000+ friends and followers)
Twitter.com (86,000+ Twitter followers)
Instagram.com (50,000+ photo followers)
Television and Media Opportunities
A press release will be prepared by Rodeo Realty’s PR Department and sent to the following:
The property will be presented to the following TV shows for inclusion on their real estate-related segments:
E! Entertainment (E! News Show)
Extra- Mansions and Millionaires
Beautiful Homes and Great Estates
FOX’s Money with Melissa Francis
CNBC Squawk Box
Open House LA-LXTV
The property may be featured or mentioned on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (over 5 million viewers)
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With over a decade’s worth of high-end deals in the real estate industry, Josh Flagg has taken the Los Angeles real estate market by storm. With over 1 billion dollars’ worth of property sold, Flagg is one of the top ten agents in Los Angeles. His record-selling achievements include the most expensive homes in Beverly Hills, south of Sunset Boulevard, as well the highest-priced sales in Brentwood Park. Flagg has been the listing agent for some for Hollywood’s biggest names including the famed estates of cultural leader Dorothy Chandler in Hancock Park and media mogul Merv Griffin’s Bel Air mansion. He also recently sold a home to Adam Levine, frontman of the Grammy-winning band, Maroon 5.
And this month, Josh Flagg, a 27-year-old broker in Los Angeles who stars on Bravo’s reality show “Million Dollar Listing,” got the listing for Hollywood producer Gavin Polone’s $15.9 million house in Beverly Hills, having just sold a house a few doors down for $6.3 million
If you’re a realtor who’s used to selling multi-million dollar homes, odds are your own home is pretty gorgeous, right? Yup, we can confirm this to be true after watching OK! TV‘s tour video of the home of Josh Flagg from Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.
OK! TV got an exclusive look at the realtor’s abode, a look at all his artwork and cool firepit, and found out that he’s planning on doing tons of renovations, even though the house is basically brand new!
I spoke to Joshua Flagg, who is recognized as one of the country’s top real estate professionals and star of the Bravo hit TV show, Million Dollar Listing LA. He’s also the author of Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream. With over 1 billion dollars’ worth of property sold, Flagg is one of the top ten agents in Los Angeles. His record-selling achievements include the most expensive homes in Beverly Hills, south of Sunset Boulevard, as well the highest-priced sales in Brentwood Park. Flagg has been the listing agent for some for Hollywood’s biggest names including the famed estates of cultural leader Dorothy Chandler in Hancock Park and media mogul Merv Griffin’s Bel Air mansion. He also recently sold a home to Adam Levine, frontman of the Grammy-winning band, Maroon 5.
Now in its seventh season, the show follows top real estate agents Josh Flagg and JoshAltman, and shows us what itreally takes to sell homes to the rich and famous. And this year, they’ve expanded their agency to welcome two British transplants, David Parnes and James Harris
All four agents stopped by Fox News Magazine’s studio to dish about their new season, their new challenges, and what James and David find so bloody great about Los Angeles.
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Everyone’s favorite Million Dollar Listing cast member has picked confirmed to be in the Chic Metropolitan Magazine – The Mansion issue–Josh Flagg’s.
Celebrating his tenth year in the real estate business, Josh Flagg is back and bigger than ever. Having sold $250,000,000 in residential real estate in little over a year, Flagg is taking the rebounding real estate market by storm. His record selling achievements include the most expensive house in Brentwood and the most expensive house in Beverly Hills south of Sunset Blvd. Known as a heavy-hitter in the industry, Flagg has been the listing agent for the famed Dorothy Chandler Estate in Hancock Park and Merv Griffin’s sprawling Bel
The threesome is looking much more cosy here than they were on last night’s season premiere episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.
Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand were on hand earlier today to ring the closing bell at NASDAQ MarketSite at NASDAQ in New York City.
There were middle fingers, douche bags and major awkwardness being flung around during last night’s episode. Time apparently has not healed all wounds, but if it did, this reality show wouldn’t be nearly as entertaining as it is.
This season it looks as if all there gents are in love. Well, Josh’s romance may be hitting a rough patch, but Madison is in love with a hottie yoga instructor. While Josh is (and will be later on in the season on the show) engaged to Heather Bilyeu.
Competing brokerages make nice as their top talent stars in Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. Hildebrand topped $120 million in real estate before age 30. Flagg, 28, has sold more than $1 billion throughout his career, with plans to hit $200 million this year alone. Altman, 34, and his brother/partner, Matt (who comprise the Altman Brothers), have sold $183 million for the year to date and more than a half-billion dollars during their careers. Not that they’re interested in one and done: “It’s not so much chasing a commission on a one-time deal as keeping a happy client for a lifetime,” says Hildebrand.
Everyone’s last-favorite Million Dollar Listing cast member has picked up some real estate for himself–Josh Flagg’s bought a cute little house above the Sunset Strip from nepotism-beneficiary David Katzenberg (son of DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, dater of high-profile celebutantes). According to the ever-reliable Real Estalker, Katzenberg bought the 1935 Spanish bungalow in 2006 for $1.55 million and sold it to Flagg for barely any profit at all (and possibly a loss): final price was $1.6 million. The house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a backyard, spa, firepit, and what sounds like a tiny poolhouse with bathroom.
Maroon 5’s Adam Levine is on the move…to Beverly Hills. Celebuzz has exclusively confirmed that he purchased a 6,500 square foot mansion in the hills on Oct. 19.
The six bedroom, seven bath home is nestled into the foothills of Los Angeles on over an acre of flat land. Nicknamed the Benedict House, the historic estate is situated on approximately 3.5 acres total and offers impressive panoramic canyon views.
Secluded behind the prestigious Wallingford Estates, a community comprised of only 14 homes, the home boasts an incredibly long, private driveway with a large circular motor court.
If you bumped into Josh Flagg on the street, when he is not trying to sell a multi-million dollar house and being followed by a camera crew, your first impression of him would be that he is not any different from any ordinary 27-year-old guy living in Los Angeles; however, first impressions such as this can be deceiving. His unpretentious, minimalist, and polite demeanor might disguise the fact that he is an ambitiously successful real estate agent, published author, and reality TV star on Bravo’s popular reality cable-television show Million Dollar Listing. Evidently, Flagg is not an ordinary 27-year-old.
Josh Flagg of Bravo’s hit TV series “Million Dollar Listing” ended Season 4 with a memorable and life changing revelation. His “coming out” with partner Colton not only allowed viewers to get an even more personal glimpse into his ‘million dollar’ life, but showcased how nothing could ever hold this reality and realty star down.
Now in his new inspirational how-to real estate book entitled “Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream”, Josh takes us beyond the cameras, sharing never before told details on topics ranging from his life with partner Colton and his unique childhood to the inspirations and experiences that make him the uber successful real estate agent we just love to watch.
Million Dollar Listing on Bravo‘s season may be over, but the guys are still hard at work. So much so that Josh Flagg may be even be expanding his real estate business to Costa Rica….but what does that mean for the show? Keep reading for more!
Million Dollar Listing’s Josh Flagg will be hosting a dance party in Costa Rica for four days in July, but it’s not all just play – he may be expanding his business there! The party, which is being sponsored by Hacienda Matapalo, the best selling Costa Rica Real Estate gated community on Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coast is just part of his reason for heading out there as Josh Flagg said: “In addition to seeing all the wonders Costa Rica has to offer from a vacationer’s perspective, I’m also looking forward to visiting the Hacienda Matapalo property to see if I can bring business there.”
As “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” was picked up for a seventh season, the reality show’s three stars stopped by The Real Deal’s offices to cogitate on matters of a less glamorous nature: real estate attorneys and septic tank woes. More important, Josh Altman of Hilton & Hyland, Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty and Madison Hildebrand of Coldwell Banker chatted about what a New York City broker needs to know to make it in L.A., and whether the brokerages contemplating a West Coast expansion can beat them on their own turf.
A fully furnished Beverly Hills estate once owned by Merv Griffin is hitting the market for $100 million. The estate, listed with Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty, includes a pine forest where a 1920s wooden cabin is nestled amidst the trees, Mr. Levy said. A formal rose garden encompasses roughly another acre of the property. A separate building housing the gym is next to a sunken tennis court. There’s a saltwater swimming pool, and the pool pavilion doubles as a movie screening room with space for about 100 people. There’s another, smaller screening room inside the main house.