After featuring the hottest real estate in New York City and Los Angeles, Bravo is bringing its Million Dollar Listing franchise to the City by the Bay: San Francisco!
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco doesn't debut until Wednesday, July 8, but ETonline has your exclusive first look at the three-minute trailer introducing the three hotshot brokers who will be wheeling and dealing properties in one of the most expensive cities in the country. Made up of diverse neighborhoods like the Haight-Ashbury, Pacific Heights and SoMa (South of Market), and just a stone's throw away from tech bigwigs like Apple, Twitter and Google, it's no wonder S.F. is in the middle of a real estate revolution.
Meet Justin Fichelson, a native San Franciscan who just happens to be one of the city's top luxury real-estate agents. Described as a "shark" with an eccentric personality, Justin, as you see in the trailer below, is a take-no-prisoners type of guy who isn't afraid to show off his love of colorful suits.
Then there's Roh Habibi, born in Kabul, Afghanistan and raised in the Bay Area. A relative newcomer to the real estate business -- he's only been at it for three years -- Roh has quickly risen through the ranks. An orthodox Muslim, keeping a work-life balance proves difficult as he struggles to succeed in his professional life while also being a loving husband and father.
And last but certainly not least, meet the 31-year-old Andrew Greenwell. With more than a decade of experience under his belt, Andrew has sold an amazing $4 billion in real estate throughout his career. Plus he's about to get married to his fiance Paul.
"San Francisco is a city that fosters ideas," Andrew says of the city's allure, while Roh puts it bluntly: "In the Bay Area, we have the highest volume of billionaires."
We're all for real estate programs and since it's Bravo, so we're getting our popcorn ready and making ourselves comfortable because we're banking on some major drama between Justin, Roh and Andrew!
From the trailer, we're already sensing stiff competition between the three, thanks mainly to Andrew, who called Roh and Justin "amateurs" for their year's goal of $50 million in sales. We can't wait to see who comes out on top.
Are you excited for the latest Million Dollar Listing spinoff? What do you think of the new real estate agents? Tell us your thoughts by tweeting Philiana Ng at @insidethetube on Twitter!
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco debuts July 8 with a supersized premiere from 10-11:15 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.