Million Dollar Listing San Francisco

Million Dollar Listing San Francisco
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco (Photo by: Andrew Eccles/Bravo)

Series Overview

Million Dollar Listing San Francisco is a reality TV series on Bravo that premiered in 2015. The series is the fourth installment of the Million Dollar Listing franchise, following Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.

The series follows three high-profile real estate agents as they compete with one another to sell high-end real estate in San Francisco. The three agents include Andrew Greenwell, Justin Fichelson, and Roh Habibi. The series was canceled after a single season.

Cast Overview

Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show.

  • Andrew Greenwell – CEO of Venture Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Justin Fichelson – A broker at Climb Real Estate
  • Roh Habibi – A real estate agent at Coldwell Banker Previews International

Million Dollar Listing San Francisco Episodes

The Million Dollar Listing San Francisco series ran for one season with nine episodes. Each episode is 42 minutes long. All of the episodes are available to watch online at Amazon Video.

Season 1

The first season has a total of nine episodes.

  • Episode 1 – The New Gold Rush – In the first episode, we meet three ambitious and competitive California real estate brokers – Andrew Greenwell, Justin Fichelson, and Roh Habibi. The three have varying experience levels, from relative newbies to experienced veterans. However, they all possess the drive to make it big in real estate.
  • Episode 2 – Remember the Alamo Listing – First, Justin is challenged to sell a home still under construction. Next, Roh gets criticized for his open house. Later, Andrew copes with an emotional seller.
  • Episode 3 – When You Wish Upon A Starchitect – Andrew lands a hot new listing. Meanwhile, construction is finally finished on Justin’s listing, but it still proves difficult to sell.
  • Episode 4 – Fights in Bernal Heights – At the start, Roh tries to find the architect who designed a listing. Later, Justin works overtime to find his client’s home in the right neighborhood.
  • Episode 5 – We’ll Always Have Paris – Justin helps an old friend find a home. Next, Andrew has a rather picky client. Then, Roh takes on a co-listing that proves to be difficult.
  • Episode 6 – We Are the Chammy-ions – Early on, Justin begins to regret taking a listing with an old friend. Meanwhile, Andrew lands a listing for a winery estate. Then, Roh is challenged to sell a home with a dirty tenant.
  • Episode 7 – Carry On, Hayward Son – Andrew gets a listing outside the city. Justin struggles with an unrealistic client. However, Roh may have the right buyer to save the day.
  • Episode 8 – St. Louie Blues – First, Andrew lands a huge $20 million listing, but it won’t be easy. Meanwhile, Rob gets a new listing in Potrero Hill. Later, Justin tries to sell a converted firehouse.
  • Episode 9 – I Don’t Have Time for This, Tiny Man – Justin and Roh disagree about everything in the season finale. Then, Andrew struggles with being nice.

Production Company and Executive Producers

World of Wonder produces Million Dollar Listing San Francisco for Bravo. The executive producers are Danielle King, Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, and Tom Campbell.

Critical Response, Ratings, and Awards

Bravo canceled the show after a single season due to low ratings. Based on feedback from viewers, the audience didn’t like the three agents cast for the show. They were all top performers in selling real estate, but they didn’t come across as likable or interesting on screen.

  • The series was not nominated for any awards
  • The series received a rating of 5.3 out of 10 stars on IMDB
  • 88% of Google Users indicate they like the show
  • Amazon Video viewers give the show a rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars

Facts and Trivia

Following is a list of little-known facts and trivia about the show and its cast members.

  • Justin Fichelson was voted “Most Likely to Become a Millionaire” in high school.
  • Realtor Magazine named Andrew Greenwell one of the “Top 30 Realtors in America Under 30.”

Questions and Comments

Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or feedback about the Million Dollar Listing San Francisco series.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here