This season on Million Dollar Listings Los Angeles, Josh Flagg and Josh Altman group up for gross sales although they’ve totally different kinds relating to find out how to make these gross sales. They should not pals, although they’re cordial when working collectively.
In 2015, the strain between Flagg and Altman might be seen on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. During the present, Flagg known as Altman a “scumbag” because of their longstanding feud.
“I think that Josh Altman is not an honest human being,” he stated on the time. “That’s why I dislike him… He goes after all my listings. He’s a poacher… There’s more than enough houses to go around.”
They had been at all times keen to work collectively, however they might not think about being reputable pals.
The Feud Has Been Going on Since Before 2015
On the present, the strain has been clear to followers as properly. However, each males have been keen to work with each other relating to actual property offers. When it comes to really having a relationship, Flagg stated that received’t occur.
“There’s nothing to repair or not repair,” he stated. “I can be cordial, but there’s no substance to our relationship. I like to keep my distance.”
In 2019 throughout an interview with Who AU, Flagg stated they may by no means be pals when requested about it.
“No, but that’s okay. We are the same as we always have been. It hasn’t changed for a long time,” he stated through the interview.
Altman and Flagg Team Up to Sell a La Jolla Home within the Season 12 Premiere
During the primary episode of season 12, Altman and Flagg will pair as much as promote a house in La Jolla nicknamed “The Razor.” The residence is claimed to have impressed Tony Stark’s residence in Iron Man and it bought for round $30 million.
The drama on the present isn’t scripted, nonetheless.
“People go, ‘Well, of course this is the fake. Why would they hire you and (Josh) Flagg?’” Altman advised The Wrap. “You’ve got to realize that, because people are avid watchers of the show, I will go on listing appointments against Flagg, against [Harris and Parnes] and against Tracy — weekly. Because people say, ‘Oh, why don’t I just call all of those people and we’ll see who is the best out of them?’”
He continued, saying that’s why there’s at all times a lot drama on the present. People at all times need to rent one of many actual property dealer co-stars, however they aren’t positive which one they need to work with.
“Every week, I’m talking to my wife: ‘Guess who I’m up against again?” he stated. “And it’s really just the four people.”
Altman additionally stated he’s glad to be the villain on the present, although now that he’s a household man, it’s laborious to take care of that sort of standing since folks have began to comprehend that’s he’s “actually a good guy.”
“I love being a villain because a villain is not– a villain on a real-estate show is not necessarily a bad person,” he stated. “It’s just somebody who is not doing the norm and who will do things that the other people on the show won’t do. So the ‘villain’ for me, it was more about being more aggressive than everybody else on the show, being more cutthroat than everybody else on the show.”
He advised The Wrap that in the event that they requested Flagg, he would say the identical factor.
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