‘Million Dollar Listing L.A.’: Season 12 Trailer Shows Huge Homes, a Devastating Fire … and Fredrik Eklund

by Jeremy Spirogis
Josh Altman and Josh Flagg

Million Dollar Listing followers probably knew that top kicking dealer Fredrik Eklund would possibly ease his approach into the west coast actual property collection. But season 12 of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles seems to be nothing in need of explosive.

Josh Altman and Josh Flagg
Josh Altman and Josh Flagg | Noel Vasquez/Getty Images

The properties are much more extravagant, the fights are extra cutthroat and the collection paperwork the devastating hearth that plagued the realm final 12 months. Unlike the New York City market, the Los Angeles market was in a greater place when season 12 was filmed. “The L.A. market is shifting and it’s not falling, its stabilizing,” Josh Flagg says in a confessional. “And that’s a good thing because everybody knows I like money.”

As he giggles, Flagg suggestions again in his chair and falls to the bottom. “I hope you used that!” he exclaims. So what’s in retailer this season, when Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. returns on May 5?

Are Josh Altman and Josh Flagg teaming up?

Cameras discover the huge mansions, full with any dream amenity underneath the solar. As Flagg makes use of a big aerial signal for promoting, Josh Altman is dressed as a knight even doing battle a la “Medieval Times” at one in all his dealer’s open occasions. “I’ve always wanted my name in the sky,” Flagg says as he takes a video of the signal together with his cellphone.

But wait, are Flagg and Altman teaming up? “Altman and I have such different styles,” Flagg says in a confessional. “But both of us would do anything for a buck,” Altman finishes. Flagg provides, “Absolutely!”

But not all is rosy between the blokes. They bicker over their co-listing. “Got an offer on the razer house,” Altman tells Flagg. But Flagg says, “We might be asking $25 million but in their heads they’re still asking $30 million.” Altman will get heated. “It’s an offer, Flagg! We don’t have any!” But Flagg pushes again. “I’m telling you, he’s not gonna do it.”

Fires and Eklund is on hearth

Client tensions proceed to be a working theme with the collection as shoppers query the dealer’s pricing and skill to promote. Plus, the collection reveals the devastation left behind from the Woolsey fires that leveled numerous properties. “We just had some terrible news,” James Harris shares in a confessional. “Our client’s home has burned down.”

Meanwhile, Eklund tries to reassure the Los Angeles brokers he didn’t transfer into their territory to steal their listings. But emphasis a present dwelling in the marketplace ought to have been co-listed with him. And regardless that Eklund and Altman had been buddies, his Los Angeles transfer nonetheless doesn’t go over very effectively. “If he wants to start a war personally, I will break him down,” Altman tells his spouse Heather. Altman is seen confronting Eklund saying to him, “Fredrik, you don’t exist here.”

Eklund explodes. “Nasty! And you know what, by the way, I protected you through so many … ” But Altman interrupts him and tells him to sit down down. Eklund reminds Altman, “You were my friend.” He slams the door.

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles airs on May 5 at 10/9c on Bravo.

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