Million Dollar Listing is a show on Bravo TV that has been popular for a number of years now and has several version of the show i.e Million Dollar Listing – San Francisco, Million Dollar Listing – New York & Million Dollar Listing – Los Angeles.
The are a number of Real Estates Agents on the show and one of them was smart enough to snap up their domain name in the dot com. Andrew Greenwell was the smart Real Estate Agent that snapped up the domain names of his rivals on the TV show buying their Dot Com domain names from GoDaddy.com he hand registered the domain names RohHabibi.com and JustinFichelson.com.
That information above was what he quoted in an article which is posted below however after doing some research it shows that according to Whois Records that the domain names RohHabibi.com and JustinFichelson.com are under privacy and were bought at Name Cheap part of the Enom brand Not GoDaddy.com however Andrew’s domain name is registered at GoDaddy.com, maybe he was just confused where he bought the other domain names or he is clearly talking BS about registering them… Who knows but the point of the story is you should own your Dot Com especially if its available.
Why didn’t the production buy these domain names, they should know better… It’s 2015 people waken up if you own a TV Production company buy the names of your stars if they are available or let their management know… It should be another lessoned learned by Bravo and the Real Estate Agents.
I wish I owned RobbieFerguson.com, I have tried for years to purchase it but no success, I do own RobbieFerguson.co.uk and some other domain. I have my wife’s name in the Dot Com but unfortunately again my son’s name wasn’t available and we had to buy the .co.uk version.
Indulging in real estate across the country — especially when it’s luxury real estate — is a great American past time. Million Dollar Listing San Francisco is aiding in that desire to see beautiful real estate in the Golden Gate City with the third installment of the franchise. Andrew Greenwell is one of the stars of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, and if you’ve been keeping up with the series, you can’t miss him. Greenwell is aware of this, telling Bustle, “I definitely came out of the gate very strong…” but don’t worry, he promises he “softens up” a bit. (I don’t know if that’s a good or a bad thing.)
Greenwell’s iconic entrance into the series was when he bought the website domain names of the other two agents that share the series with him: Roh Habibi and Justin Fichelson. “Right before we started filming, I was goofing around on GoDaddy and typed their names in,” Greenwell says. What originally started as a “joke,” Greenwell says, didn’t come without consequences. “[Buying the domain names] evolved into Roh getting pissed at me about it. [Habibi] got really nasty about it.”
Fichelson, Greenwell says, was always cool about it. “He was a gentleman about it.”
“I was shocked, especially by Roh, who is claiming he’s some hotshot up-and-comer — you knew you were going to be on television… Why would you not buy your name?”Greenwell expresses that it’s frustrating for him to hear Habibi say he lacks integrity for the domain name joke, but Greenwell promises he will give the names back in due time. So maybe there’s hope for them to be pals after all?
“Roh and I end up doing a deal together, which is really crazy,” Greenwell hints about an upcoming episode. “I was shocked when he brought me a buyer.”
In other branches of Million Dollar Listing, we’ve seen some questionable actions taken by agents to make a deal happen. For Greenwell, he says that won’t happen. “I’ve built a very large business, and I’ve sold a lot of real estate,” he says. “Integrity and morals are the most important thing … Your reputation is everything in this business.”
With that said, Greenwell wasn’t afraid to spill on the other agents. His opinion on Habibi seems obvious, but he sums up his feelings perfectly with the following statement: “I always say I would trust Justin [Fichelson] to sell my house, I would not trust Roh [Habibi] to sell my house.”
And, for a real estate agent, that says a lot.