Ryan Serhant

Ryan Serhant

Ryan Serhant graduated from Hamilton College in 2006 with degrees in English, Literature, and Theatre. After college, he moved to New York City for a starring role on the iconic soap opera As the World Turns.Always up for a challenge, Serhant took the advice of a friend and decided to pursue a career in real estate. He walked into the offices of Ne... Show more »
Ryan Serhant graduated from Hamilton College in 2006 with degrees in English, Literature, and Theatre. After college, he moved to New York City for a starring role on the iconic soap opera As the World Turns.Always up for a challenge, Serhant took the advice of a friend and decided to pursue a career in real estate. He walked into the offices of Nest Seekers International, one of the largest real estate brokerage firms in New York City, and was offered a job. Serhant's dreams were about to become a reality in more ways than one.Serhant's tireless work ethic paid off and he was quickly promoted to Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Nest Seekers International. In less than five years, he had sold nearly one billion dollars in real estate and was ranked as one of the top 20 real estate brokers out of 28,000 in New York City by The Real Deal Magazine.Serhant's extraordinary success brought him back to television when he was least expecting it. Producers of a real estate television series cast him in a starring role. The series, Bravo's Million Dollar Listing New York, is a huge ratings success and airs internationally.His television career has expanded to include appearances on 20/20, CNN, CNBC, The Today Show, The Insider, and Bloomberg TV, among others. Serhant is frequently quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal China, Boston Herald, New York Post, and New York Daily News.Serhant takes pride in his accomplishments and his success has allowed him to help others. He supports several non-profit organizations including Share Our Strength, Habitat for Humanity, The Human Rights Campaign, and Charity Water. Show less «