Ryan Serhant Explains Why He Didn't Build a Spare Room for His Mom at His New House
Million Dollar Listing: Ryan's Renovation introduces Ryan Seranth's most personal real estate project to date. The new show gives viewers a front row seat for all of the actions that went into renovating a massive Brooklyn townhouse that could accommodate everyone in the common family of Ryan and his wife, Emilia. Well, almost all of them.
In the clip above, Ryan's mother wonders aloud where her guest room is in the new house after Ryan showed her where Emilia's mother "Ya-Ya" will be staying. But when the agent appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on June 15th, he had the chance to unravel that particular secret.
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"We shot the show for about three years," Ryan said on WWHL. “The renovation in New York City is taking a long time. And there is a little moment when my mother comes through and asks, 'Where is my room?' I say 'Mom, you don't live here!' Emilia's mother lives with us [and takes care of Zena.] My mother - there are eight bedrooms, she can live where she wants. "Ryan also took a peek behind the scenes.
"After that my mom says off-camera, 'I mean, I don't want to live with you,'" said Ryan. However, that doesn't mean his mom doesn't like her would-be roommates. The real estate professional told Andy that his mother and Emilia's mother were "like best friends". He added, "She's my best friend too. I think I'll win the best friend award."
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