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Who is Ryan Serhant?

Ryan Serhant began his first day in the real estate business on September 15, 2008 – the same day that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the sub-prime mortgage collapse. While the real estate market slowly recovered, Ryan transformed himself into one of the most successful real estate brokers in the world. Ryan has led the top 5 real estate sales team nationwide, from 2015 – 2017, and his team is currently #1 in NYC and #2 Nationwide, as ranked by The Wall Street Journal’s Real Trends. In June of 2018, The Real Deal Magazine named his team #1 for closed sales in Manhattan and #5 in Brooklyn. The Serhant Team has agents in New York City, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Miami and the Hamptons. Ryan is also one of the stars in the popular Bravo series Million Dollar Listing New York. In 2018 he launched his own media and entertainment company, Serhant Media Group (SMG), and that’s just the beginning. He will star in and produce his own sales show called Sell It Like Serhant, premiering on Bravo in 2018. His sales book of the same name will be published by Hachette in fall of 2018. Ryan’s first sales masterclass in New York City sold out immediately.

Ryan is also a frequent contributor to the real estate segments of 20/20, CNN, CNBC, The Today Show, The Insider, and Bloomberg TV. He is the real estate correspondent for the Daily Mail TV and is often quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal China, and Forbes.

Ryan graduated from Hamilton College in 2006 with degrees in English Literature and Theatre. He lives in New York City with his wife Emilia.

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