Fredrik and Tyler don’t see eye-to-eye on an inventory on this EXCLUSIVE preview of ‘Million Greenback Itemizing New York.’ Fredrik tries to get Tyler’s provide close to his asking worth, however Tyler isn’t budging.
Fredrik Eklund’s needed to decrease the worth of the penthouse on tenth Avenue to $9.95 million, however he’s retaining the worth of the eighth flooring the identical at $6.4 million. Tyler Whitman and his shopper, Andrea, make a proposal for the eighth flooring on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the July 22 episode of Million Greenback Itemizing New York, which is $2 million lower than Fredrik’s asking worth.
“I’m going to attempt to get Tyler’s provide up,” Fredrik says. He meets up with Tyler and doesn’t beat across the bush. “I bought your provide, it’s low. Very low,” Fredrik tells Tyler. Tyler comes again with, “Your asking worth is excessive.”
Tyler continues in his confessional: “I’m properly conscious that we’re coming in considerably beneath the asking worth. I’m additionally conscious that the penthouse simply bought diminished by $5 million. That’s a 3rd off the asking worth, which is strictly the place my provide stands. I’m very near the true worth of this house.”
Tyler acknowledges that there’s a “large hole” in Fredrik’s asking worth and his provide. “I don’t assume we’re even aligned in the marketplace,” Fredrik notes. Tyler’s not backing down both. “You understand your asking worth may be very excessive for even like an excellent market in New York Metropolis,” Tyler says to Fredrik.
Tyler believes that this house on its finest day was a $5 million house. “This isn’t New York Metropolis’s finest day. This can be a fairly darkish day in New York Metropolis,” Tyler admits.
Fredrik tries to chime in, however Tyler has extra to say. Tyler reveals that his shopper is all money and might shut subsequent week. Fredrik tries asking Tyler for his shopper’s finances, however Tyler received’t give a selected quantity. He solely hints that the finances is under $5 million. Million Greenback Itemizing New York season 9 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.