Some individuals invest millions of dollars on true estate in New York. But some others might be influenced to devote that dollars on, say, a cave in Arkansas, or a vineyard or a hidden treehouse. A new sequence starring movie star broker Luis Ortiz aims to showcase these exclusive homes and perhaps inspire a little bit of wanderlust in the process.
In an interview with The Actual Offer founder and publisher Amir Korangy, Ortiz — who previously worked as an agent at Douglas Elliman, and was 1 of the primary solid associates of “Million Dollar Listing New York” — reviewed the Netflix sequence, “The World’s Most Incredible Getaway Rentals.”
The premise is very simple: There are 3 million trip rentals readily available throughout the globe, and Ortiz and his two co-hosts stop by some of the most magnificent — his specialty — as very well as kinds that are more price range-oriented, and just basic strange. The hosts “test-drive” the houses, which are for sale, not only as an asset but as an knowledge.
Ortiz’s route from actual estate to Netflix co-host was not entirely linear. “My aspiration was not to be a authentic estate agent,” he said. After shooting his shot in the movie business at 19, he made a decision it was time to discover a thing else. By the way, he “had a friend who experienced a tiny brokerage” who brought Ortiz into serious estate.
He used time at Douglas Elliman and joined Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant on “Million Greenback Listing New York” for quite a few seasons, right before placing out on his personal. The move pulled him absent from the sharp satisfies and cutthroat promotions, and toward the new series.
But curiosity drives the new demonstrate, not closing promotions. Ortiz observed that in one episode no homes were being basically marketed at all –– but the place is to feel of genuine estate and vacation otherwise. “I really do not have to market,” he says. “I just have to fully grasp.”
“‘Million Dollar Listing’ was in no way about me showing that I am a very good or not-fantastic businessman,” he claimed. “I was just there as a curious particular person.”