Whether it’s books, articles, blogs, movie scripts or pieces in magazines, these authors sure earn a lot. Famous for their work and impact to various communities and demographics globally, authors are usually very respected and have huge followings. Josh Flagg, the American Real Estate Broker, Author, TV Personality, Presenter is no exception from this rule. This person was born in unknown on the August 20, 1985. As a kid and throughout his teenage years, attending Beverly Hills High School (2003–2004), Brentwood School (2003), Stephen S. Wise Temple Elementary School helped develop a love for creating content and writing pieces. Josh Flagg has a family of Cindy Flagg, Michael Flagg unknown unknown. Standing at 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) tall, Josh Flagg has a huge fanbase throughout every continent. So, do you want to know how much this person is worth? Well, the total estimated net worth of Josh Flagg is said to be $33 Million.
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Joshua Daniel Flagg studied at the private Brentwood School, Los Angeles, matriculating from the High School in 2004. Flagg grew up in a family of famous businessmen and women; Flagg’s grandfather was the well-known business executive Benjamin Platt while his great-grandfather Benjamin Platt is known for establishing the national retailer called “The Platt Music Corporation”. After high school, Josh chose a career related to real estate, and consequently started working in the Beverly Hills neighborhood, including at the John Bruce Nelson real estate firm in Bel-Air. He then continued his career at the Coldwell Banker firm.
Josh soon became known for his record sales, which brought him a lot of public exposure. As a result of this, he had an opportunity to sell real estate to a variety of well-known celebrities, among whom was the singer and songwriter Adam Levine. Flagg attracted even more attention when he joined the cast of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” during its second season which, together with Flagg’s successful career as a real estate broker, gained him an opportunity to open his own firm called Josh Flagg Estates, which has significantly contributed to his overall wealth.
The series focuses on the lives of several real estate agents, as well as their daily working routine. Since its premiere in 2006, the series has maintained a high average viewership, which has inspired the release of such spin-off series as “Million Dollar Listing Miami” and “Million Dollar Listing New York”.
Aside from his appearances on the show, Flagg has become known as the author of “A Simple Girl: Stories My Grandmother Told Me” – which he published in 2009 – inspired by his grandmother Edith Flagg, who was a well-known fashion designer, as well as a philanthropist, but the story primarily focuses on her life as a Holocaust survivor. Following the success of his debut work, Josh Flagg released his autobiography entitled “Million Dollar Agent: Brokering the Dream” in 2011.
Around the same time, he contributed to the release of a mobile application called “Star Maps”, which provides very detailed information about celebrity-owned properties in the area of Los Angeles.
In regards to his personal life, Josh Flagg is openly gay, and is in a close relationship with Bobby Boyd, to whom he proposed in 2016.
Full Name: Josh Flagg
Net Worth: $33 Million
Date Of Birth: August 20, 1985
Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Real Estate Broker, Author, TV Personality, Presenter
Education: Beverly Hills High School (2003–2004), Brentwood School (2003), Stephen S. Wise Temple Elementary School
Parents: Cindy Flagg, Michael Flagg
Partner: Colton Thorn (2008–), Bobby Boyd
Awards: Next Generation award (Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, 2013)
TV Shows: “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” (2006- present), NBC’s “Today Show”, ABC’s “Good Morning America”, “Bravo’s Watch What Happens: Live”, “Million Dollar Listing Miami”, “Million Dollar Listing New York”
Arrested for allegedly stealing art from the properties he was selling; charges were dropped due to insufficient evidence. (August 2008).