What It’s Like To Be LA’s Top Real Estate Agent

Aaron Kerman knows how to close a deal he sold over six billion dollars worth of real estate during his career making him the number one real estate agent in Los Angeles he even sold a single property for 65 million dollars to see what it takes to be the top realtor in

The City of Angels I spent a day with err meeting clients and looking at listings in some of the wealthiest pockets of LA I am at Aaron’s the first thing you need to know about Aaron is that he is unabashedly selfish when it comes to his morning routine Aaron can’t

Start the day until he has the Starbucks in his hand he meditates for five minutes by his outdoor pool and then takes a quick dip when choosing his outfit for the day he goes for comfort over style my competition dressed to the nines at 9:45 his morning routine still is not

Complete we hop in his Bentley and head to the gym where he’ll squeeze in a 20-minute workout with one of his two personal trainers our day officially starts at 11:00 a.m. with our first meeting but aaron has been taking phone calls all morning from home and the car

Hello we meet with a property developer who wants to hire Aaron to sell a fifteen million dollar home he and his brother built they’ll have a few more walkthroughs before he decides to take on the property our next two meetings are with clients whose homes are nearly

Ready to put on the market one to be listed for about 20 million dollars and the other one for about 33 million Aaron does a walkthrough of both to assess the staging and offer feedback love love love love love I don’t I don’t like this table

I hate the chandelier we’ve got to get this down everything’s disgusting an important part of his job is helping the seller pick a fair price for the property Aaron can make suggestions but the end of the day it’s the sellers decision this particular home will be listed for just under 20 million dollars

Which Aaron approves of what happens is if a seller price is too high it sits on the market and we then have to go to them and ask them for a reduction in today’s market we don’t want that we want to sell the house for

What it’s worth and get him on his way hello the offer came in a million higher than we were between meetings were in the car which acts as Aaron’s second office my car time is my work time we are on the phone all the time it’s the

Only time we can actually really catch up on phone calls we’re running behind all day but it doesn’t faze Aaron are you stressed no but I do need to make some calls I need because we’re late our last two meetings are in Bel Air where big money LA is Aaron’s biggest property

Sales have come here we spend just 20 minutes at the first Bel Air property it’s still under construction and the seller has a lot of work to do but the infinity pool is an in bad shape Aaron’s final appointment of the day is with a potential buyer he’s a

Billionaire interested in a 65 million dollar mansion Aaron is meeting with a billionaire right now now I can see it okay I felt bad leaving you in the car for that long fine I got to drive Bentley it’s a 28 thousand square foot nine bed 17 bath masterpiece with a wraparound

Reflecting pool and home cinema it even has a hair salon and Wellness Spa interacting with the super-rich is part of his day to day some of the wealthiest clients happen to be his most frugal ones funny enough sometimes billionaires watch more money than other like they

Walked every dollar we make it back to his office in Beverly Hills by 4:30 he eats a late lunch steps into a meeting and checks in with his team who helped run his whole life I wouldn’t survive day in and day out if I didn’t have somebody doing my emails my calendar my

Marketing my advertising my technology Aaron hits home around 7:00 p.m. which is earlier than expected he was supposed to go to a listing party but it got cancelled because of a wildfire in the area there is no typical day in real estate when we think we have a schedule

It changes 24/7 it’s just at the level that we do people need you when they need you they want you when they want you and they want to see what they want to see a big misconception is that all real estate agents earn a ton of money it’s a super competitive industry and

Most agents make less than $50,000 a year a top producer will make between 200 and 500 thousand a year and then you have the very very very top which is a select few that make more than a million and then there’s one level up which is big mega brokers and there’s not that

Many in the world but there are a few I’m pretty lucky to consider myself one of those

Aaron Kirman knows how to close a deal: He’s sold about $6 billion worth of real estate over his 25-year career, making him the No. 1 agent in Los Angeles and among the top in the country.

As a top realtor, Kirman makes seven figures, but not all real estate agents earn a ton of money — and that’s one of the biggest misconceptions of the job. Most bring home less than $50,000 a year, he estimates, while a top producer will make between $200,000 and $500,000. “Then you have the very, very, very top — a select few who make more than a million,” he says, adding: “And then there’s one level up, which is big, mega brokers. I’m pretty lucky to consider myself one of those.”

To experience a sliver of what it’s like to be the top realtor in the City of Angels, I spent a day with Aaron, meeting clients and looking at listings in some of the wealthiest neighborhoods in LA.

He routinely sells multi-million dollar properties, including one estate for a whopping $65 million, and on his new CNBC show, “Listing Impossible,” he helps stubborn homeowners sell their luxury real estate.

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  1. I gotta say…Aaron Kirman is a force to be reckoned with in real estate. We’ve crossed paths many times since 2008, and he’s absolutely incredible at what he does!

  2. This is really a kind of a on-going joke. The Real Estate Agent has no fiduciary responsibility to the seller whatsoever and is more concerned about selling the property as quickly as possible so to get the commission. Hence the more you close the more properties you flip and the larger commissions you earn for the year. So these real estate agents are in it for themselves and the seller is nothing but in the way.

  3. This guys not even ranked in the top 5 he just told them he was the top, he’s the Donald Trump of real estate

  4. Real estate agent are the most overpaid sales agent. Tech needs to crack on these folks

  5. He fits LA standards and style, I doubt he be a top agent in another city outside of California. In texas there’s no way I could meet a top client for a listing worth millions wearing jeans and sneakers, I would be deemed as unprofessional and replaced.

  6. Thats great what he does, but how does a conservative white Christian individual sell homes in such a biased and intolerant state like California?

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  9. “Comfort over style”

    Wears skinny jeans.

  10. I wonder what he'd say about selling sunset XD

  11. Definition of a high value male, who is about his business

  12. Videos about "million-dollar agents" are never helpful to the vast majority of realtors. Realtors need practical advice. They don't need to see agents who are well connected with plenty of rich and famous clients. Most realtors will not have rich and famous clients. In fact, here is a dose of reality. Most homes that sell in America are in this rice range $300,000-$600,000. Homes that fall in that price range are the most popular. These are the homes that sell and provide realtors with a regular salary. Million-dollar homes sit on the market forever, they are expensive to market, and the outcome of their listings are unpredictable because only a very small percentage of people can afford them. So what purpose do videos like these serve, except to bring more publicity to this realtor? Like most people, I mainly look at big and fancy homes for inspiration. When I became a realtor, how soon did I realize most people are not in the housing market to buy big and fancy million-dollar homes. Most people, especially millennials, are buying $300,000 manufactured homes and builder's grade homes. They are not buying anything custom made or by an architect.

  13. Is it me or he always talking as if he's in a hurry 😅

  14. lucky man , rest of the agents wish to do $5,000,000 a yr @2% still nice life style, income

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