Million Dollar Listing New York: Fredrik Eklund moves back after spending ...

Million Dollar Listing New York: Fredrik Eklund moves back after spending ...
Million Dollar Listing New York: Fredrik Eklund moves back after spending ...

Fredrik Eklund moved back to New York City after spending the pandemic in Los Angeles with his family on Thursday's episode of Million Dollar Listing New York.

The 44-year-old real estate broker wasn't exactly planning to move back during the season nine episode, but a frustrated seller with a pricey penthouse languishing on the market made the decision for him.

His client Cliff was considering dumping Fredrik and hiring a broker based in New York rather than bi-coastal Fredrik.

He's back: Fredrik Eklund moved back to New York City after spending the pandemic in Los Angeles with his family on Thursday's episode of Million Dollar Listing New York

He's back: Fredrik Eklund moved back to New York City after spending the pandemic in Los Angeles with his family on Thursday's episode of Million Dollar Listing New York

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'Do I stick with the same horse I've got?' Cliff said. 'Do I have to make a change to new blood that is in New York?'

Fredrik became upset and told him ''when I am here, I am going to get stuff done' as he argued to keep the listing.

Instead of giving up, Fredrik told his client he would leverage his social media to make the sale happen.

He had Cliff pose with him for a selfie with a link for the listing and predicted there was going to 'be an earthquake for this whole building' as prepared to post on social media.

Pricey penthouse: The 44-year-old real estate broker wasn't exactly planning to move back during the season nine episode, but a frustrated seller with a pricey penthouse languishing on the market made the decision for him

Pricey penthouse: The 44-year-old real estate broker wasn't exactly planning to move back during the season nine episode, but a frustrated seller with a pricey penthouse languishing on the market made the decision for him

Within moments, Fredrik said '9,000 people have clicked on the listing so far.'

He also promised that he would leverage his 1.4 million Instagram followers and start an aggressive social media campaign to sell the property.

Cliff decided he would give Fredrik a three-month extension to sell the property but on one condition, Fredrik had to move into his apartment, live in it and promote the 'hell out of it' on his social media.

The developer: His client Cliff was considering dumping Fredrik and hiring a broker based in New York rather than bi-coastal Fredrik

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The developer: His client Cliff was considering dumping Fredrik and hiring a broker based in New York rather than bi-coastal Fredrik

'I need to know how important it is to you to keep my listing,' Cliff told him.

Two days later Fredrik moved into the condo and started to hold private showings to brokers.

The 6,000 square foot penthouse unit was on the market for $15 million. The two level condo had six terraces, a chef kitchen, marble fireplace, and five bedrooms.

Penthouse unit: The 6,000 square foot penthouse unit was on the market for $15 million

Penthouse unit: The 6,000 square foot penthouse unit was on the market for $15 million

Five bedrooms: The two level condo had six terraces, a chef kitchen, marble fireplace, and five bedrooms

Five bedrooms: The two level condo had six terraces, a chef kitchen, marble fireplace, and five bedrooms

One of the realtors during the open house commented to Fredrik that he needed to learn how to make his bed when she entered the master suite and it didn't look perfect.

'I was in a little of a hurry this morning,' he told her.

The brokers liked the unit, but thought the price was a little high.

Little hurry: 'I was in a little of a hurry this morning,' Fredrik said of his unmade bed

Little hurry: 'I was in a little of a hurry this morning,' Fredrik said of his unmade bed

Fredrik revealed in his confessional that he was facing the 'billion dollar question in real estate to lower or not lower the price.'

Across town Steve Gold, 36, was focused on selling Artemis Farm, a listing in Ancramdale, New York, on the market for $3.995 million.

He enlisted the help of former realtor and The Real Housewives Of New York City ex-cast member Dorinda Medley, 56.

Farm life: Across town Steve Gold, 36, was focused on selling Artemis Farm, a listing in Ancramdale, New York, on the market for $3.995 million

Farm life: Across town Steve Gold, 36, was focused on selling Artemis Farm, a listing in Ancramdale, New York, on the market for $3.995 million

Huge property: A splashy open house was held for the upstate farm

Huge property: A splashy open house was held for the upstate farm

Steve mentioned to Dorinda that he noticed that Rihanna had commented on her Blue Stone Manor home in the Berkshires and urged Dorinda to tell the superstar about his property.

'I cannot overstate the power of just one celebrity mention when it comes to real estate,' Steve said to the camera.

Dorinda told him of her house 'it's literally the place to be.'

Celebrity angle: Steve was using every tool available to market the property

Celebrity angle: Steve was using every tool available to market the property

Steve responded with one of Dorinda's catch phrases 'so you are doing well b****'

Dorinda said so far and threw back to him another one of her iconic phrases saying 'I'm making it nice!'

Steve said he was going to focus on getting her some cool neighbors.

Later, Steve flew his partner Luiza Gawlowska, 28, and his two-year-old daughter Rose via helicopter to see the property.

Farm animals: Later, Steve flew his partner Luiza Gawlowska, 28, and his two-year-old daughter Rose via helicopter to see the property

Farm animals: Later, Steve flew his partner Luiza Gawlowska, 28, and his two-year-old daughter Rose via helicopter to see the property

Driving to the Artemis Farm from New York, which was 103 miles away, would have taken them two hours by car, but only took them 34 minutes in the helicopter.

Once at the farm that sits on 456 acres, they took Rose to see the farm animals that included: a pig, guinea hens, and some horses.

'It is so cute to see Rose interact with the animals,' Steve said later to the camera.

Gorgeous views: Amazing views were available throughout the property

Gorgeous views: Amazing views were available throughout the property

Steve and Bradley, one of his team members, greeted the line of cars of prospective buyers that had come to see the property. Steve said because of the pandemic that real estate in upstate New York was hotter than ever with everyone trying to find a refuge.

They had set up a farmers market for the buyers to peruse and sample some of the local ingredients.

After the buyers saw the helicopter flying away, Steve then told them that he had an important prospective buyer just come and visit the property but that he couldn't tell them who that was. He didn't tell him that he had rented the helicopter himself for $5,000.

'I need to create a buzz around Artemis Farm and nothing says buzz like a high profile flyover,' Steve said to the camera in a confessional. 'Did someone say RiRi? Beyonce?'

High profile: 'I need to create a buzz around Artemis Farm and nothing says buzz like a high profile flyover,' Steve said to the camera in a confessional. 'Did someone say RiRi? Beyonce?'

High profile: 'I need to create a buzz around Artemis Farm and nothing says buzz like a high profile flyover,' Steve said to the camera in a confessional. 'Did someone say RiRi? Beyonce?'

He said he got 'some really good mileage out of this helicopter ride.'

He mentioned the helicopter landed right outside the house to various buyers and they appeared to be impressed.

Show newcomer Kirsten Jordan, 37, also stopped by to view the property. Her

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