‘RHONY’: Bethenny Frankel Relists New York ‘Million Dollar Listing’ With New Agent, After Listing With Ryan Serhant

After sitting on the market for several months, The Real Housewives of New York City‘s Bethenny Frankel pulled her multi-million apartment and relisted it with a new agent.

She previously gave the listing to Ryan Serhant from Million Dollar Listing New York, which was controversial because Frankel and Serhant’s co-star Fredrik Eklund had a one-season series together on Bravo. But the apartment never sold.

New agent works for Ryan Serhant’s competitor and former ‘Million Dollar Listing’ cast member’s firm

Douglas Elliman agent, Noble Black scored Frankel’s listing. A few Million Dollar Listing agents work for Elliman, including Million Dollar Listing New York season 1 cast member Michael Lorber. Lorber’s father Howard is the executive chairman of the brokerage firm. Black promoted the listing on Instagram. “New listing,” he dished in a post. “Thrilled to announce that @BethennyFrankel’s extraordinary 4,000 sq ft full floor loft in SoHo is now listed with the Noble Black Team!”

Bethenny Frankel from RHONY attends the 2021 Z100 IHeartRadio Jingle Ball Press Room at Madison Square Garden
Bethenny Frankel from RHONY attends the 2021 Z100 IHeartRadio Jingle Ball Press Room at Madison Square Garden | Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

Frankel originally listed the property for $6,995,000 with Serhant. She dropped the price just slightly when she re-listed with Black. The 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 4,000 square foot home is currently listed at $6,950,000. Serhant now has the home listed as “permanently off market.”

Fredrik Eklund got shady about Bethenny Frankel’s listing

Eklund also works with Douglas Elliman and moved his home base to Los Angeles, California. He got a little shady about the listing while doing press for Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. “Well, did he sell it?” he asked ET. Adding, “This is my way of giving shade, putting Chapstick on, and pulling my glasses down. I don’t know what to say. You know, I’m just so happy to be here with you calling in from Bel Air and talking about other things.” 

I will always admire [Frankel],” he added. “I feel like she’s — well, she wouldn’t agree. She said to me at the end, we’re not friends because we don’t hang out, so I guess we’re not friends. I just feel like it was something that we tried — god, we tried! — not only with the show but this business venture, which was very real. And we were going to invest in all these apartments together, renovate them, and then it went sour. It went really sour and it was very exhausting. And I just said, I don’t want to do it again.”

“It doesn’t take away how much fun we had,” he reflected. “I’ve never, ever had more fun with anybody in my life than her. And she knows that, and she would probably agree. I mean, we were on the floor crying, laughing. We are so– I mean, she called me, like, a pregnant woman, which is totally true, because I always need to pee, I’m always hungry, I’m so clumsy. And you know, she is crazy smart and funny, but would I want her listing? No. Ryan can have it.”

Bethenny Frankel recently made changes in her custody agreement

Frankel relisted her home shortly after being relieved of having to pay child support to ex-husband Jason Hoppy. Their custody arrangement was also adjusted so that daughter Bryn would spend more time with her mother. “We have put in a schedule that Bryn can be comfortable with that the court can order so we don’t have these constant fights going on,” Frankel’s lawyer Allan Mayefsky said (via Page Six). “We need to recognize that Ms. Frankel is the primary parent … she should not be paying child support at this point.”

Frankel said she wanted to make sure her daughter had time with her father. “I want her to see her father,” she remarked. “I know how important it is for a child to have a good relationship with both parents.”

“This is not a Bryn issue or an issue that Bryn has with me,” Hoppy said in court. “Therefore, I’m removing myself of this fight — for Bryn and my physical, emotional and mental health.”

“I will not spend the remainder of Bryn’s childhood fighting as we share joint physical custody,” Hoppy added. “Bryn knows I love her, I want her, and I will always be available for our time together.”

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