Agents from Bravo's new reality television series "Million Dollar Listing" are actually selling multimillion dollar homes both on and off the show.
The series centers on the work of and fiery interactions between three real estate agents (Justin Fichelson, Andrew Greenwell and Roh Habibi) who sell residential properties in the Bay Area, from San Francisco to the Napa Valley.
Fichelson, an agent with San Francisco company Climb, is currently showing properties such as a five-bedroom "grand modern Victorian" in SF's Liberty Hill (asking price $3,250,000) and a four-bedroom converted firehouse in Cole Valley ($2,995,000). Meanwhile, Habibi, who represents Coldwell Banker, has listed a pair of neighboring homes in the Marina that ask for $2,067,650 and $2,527,250, respectively.
But Greenwell, who operates his own Pleasanton agency and established himself as highly competitive on the premiere episode when he announced to Fichelson and Habibi that he'd purchased their domain names, is offering homes of a different caliber. These include a 14-bedroom Presidio Heights estate built as a replica of the Petit Trianon in Versailles, France ($17,995,000) as well as a four-bedroom home on the exclusive summit of Russian Hill ($12,000,000).