Luxe Listings Sydney Season 3 is set to premiere on Prime Video on September 30 with bigger properties, higher stakes, and multi-million-dollar deals. The third season of Luxe Listings Sydney will feature four renowned agents, D’Leanne Lewis, Simon Cohen, Monika Tu, and “property prince” Gavin Rubinstein.
The Australian reality series, Luxe Listings Sydney, will showcase a host of real estate agents sealing elaborate deals.
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Luxe Listings Sydney Season 3 real estate agent Gavin Rubinstein is dubbed the “property prince” due to his determination, negotiation skills, and unrivaled customer service. The real estate agent has an older brother, Jarryd, the Managing Director of The Rubinstein Group.
Born on November 7, 1989, he started his career at Mcdonald’s but developed an interest in real estate after looking at the market’s potential. He told Boss Hunting:
He then started The Rubinstein Group at Ray White TPG. As per his profile,
Between April 2021 to April 2022, “the leading agent in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs” dealt with properties worth over $385 million, selling 85 sites at an average of $4.5m, as per DMarge.
In May 2022, he sold ten properties in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs for a collective $83.4m. Australian market’s most divisive figure and the highest recorded sale price was $17 million for a house in Double Bay. His team at The Rubinstein Group, consisting of five agents, including Gavin, sold more than $350 million worth of property in just their first year of operation.
With an estimated net worth of $50 million, as per OTAKU Art, the real estate agent has worked for over ten years in the industry. The 32-years-old former Moriah College student is also a huge NBA supporter. Speaking about his motivations, he told Boss Hunting:
Gavin says he will be in the business for a few more years, after which he will hang his boots. He told the outlet:
Stream Prime Video on September 30 to watch the six-episode series of Luxe Listings Sydney Season 3.
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