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Is real estate TV making a push to include more women?
In fact, female brokers make up 60 percent of the residential real estate industry and women lead the majority of New York’s brokerages, though a gender gap persists as The Real Deal recently reported. “We are the majority, not the minority ...
February 11, 2018 03:36PM
Bravo’s new reality TV show about real estate, Bethenny & Fredrik, premiered this week, representing a significant break from previous shows because a woman holds one of the starring roles.
It’s not completely unknown territory: Tracy Tutor Maltas was named Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles’ first female agent last year in time for the show’s tenth season, which gave her both “a huge, huge opportunity” and also the burden of trying to represent women who work in real estate — an unfair task to assign to any individual and one that badly skews the reality of the business.
In fact, female brokers make up 60 percent of the residential real estate industry and women lead the majority of New York’s brokerages, though a gender gap persists as The Real Deal recently reported.
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