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Miami's Hottest Brokers Day 1, Round 2: Chorney & Millman

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Introducing the first Male nominees for Miami's Hottest Broker 2012. These gods of property, these curators of the landed classes's lands, are quite something to look at. They're as well assessed as their estates, and we'd be glad to go crawl all over an open house of both land and man. First, this guy just had to go full bleed, and full throttle:

Ivan G. Chorney of Majestic Properties.

Q What's your best advice for buyers and renters?
A Keep your poker face at all times. Never show desperation or you'll end up paying more for it. Show some skin to win!

Q What is the strangest / funniest thing that's ever happened to you as a broker?
A Walked in on tenants having sex.

Q What did you do before you became a broker? What happened with that?
A I was a model and an actor out in LA. Well... although my main focus is real estate, I am still tapped from time to time to be on a cover or in a commercial. You can currently see me in an Acura commercial.

Jordan Millman of West Avenue Realty

If Mr. Jordan Millman, who looks good wearing anything, would like to shoot back an answer to our questions, we will gladly be submissive to Him, er... we mean submit them to you, our voting public, for consideration. And if He's into BDSM, we'd be into that too.

UPDATE - He got back to us:

A What's your best advice for buyers and renters?
Q Do your research and try to narrow down to your favorite buildings. Make sure you are getting the biggest bang for your buck and once you find the perfect place, don't hesitate and jump on it!

Q What is the strangest / funniest thing that's ever happened to you as a broker?
A Working in South Beach there are a lot of stories. One of my clients asked if she could swim topless in my pool and another told me she practiced Witchcraft!

Q What did you do before you became a broker? What happened with that?
A My first job was working for Universal Studios in their marketing department. I helped plan their special events such as Mardi Gras and Halloween Horror Nights. It was great working with so many young brilliant minds. I realized that climbing the corporate ladder wasn't for me and fell in love with Miami again. The rest is history.

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