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7 Real Estate Agents You Should Be Following on Instagram

There's nothing quite like stalking real estate agents and their real estate listings online. Thank goodness for Instagram, right? It's like a black hole - once you start, there's no stopping. Before you know it, hours have passed and you've virtually travelled to homes all over the world. From Austin and the Hamptons to San Francisco and the Hollywood Hills, if you love beautiful homes then these seven real estate leaders should be all over your Instagram feed.

There's a reason over 42 million are posts tagged with #realestate on Instagram. People just loooove it.

The 7 Real Estate Agents You Should Be Following on Instagram

1. Ryan Serhant

When one thinks of real estate in New York City, the first person that comes to mind is real estate broker Ryan Serhant. He's not only the CEO and founder of his own real estate firm and the "Listed by Serhant" media network but also a bestselling author and a producer/star on Bravo TV's "Million Dollar Listing NY".

His Instagram and YouTube channel have over two million subscribers combined. You'll most definitely fall down a hole of magnificent and entertaining luxury real estate content and videos.

2. Joyce Rey

Over the last four decades, Joyce Rey has proven herself as the queen of international luxury real estate. One of the most respected names in top-tier real estate worldwide, Joyce has amassed more than $4.5 billion USD in career sales. She has had a record-breaking few years, including the sale of the insane Perenchio Estate, “Chartwell" AKA the most expensive property exclusively listed in the United States (an estimated $150 million).

By following Joyce on Instagram, one can expect to be transported to the refined world of luxury mansions, castles, and chateaus around the globe.

3. Fredrik Eklund

Fredrik Eklund is a Swedish real estate broker selling some of the most exclusive real estate in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami. He's also a reality star on Bravo TV's "Million Dollar Listing LA" and author of "The Sell". His net worth is a whopping $30 million.

Following Fredrik on Instagram provides some major motivation that if you work hard enough, that one day you too could be surrounded by celebrities and mega-mansions.

4. Cathy Franklin

The Corcoran Group (founded by Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank) is one of the biggest and most impressive real estate firms in the world. Corcoran's Cathy Franklin is a 28-year Manhattan real estate veteran. She has over $4.5 billion of luxury co-operative, condominium, and townhouse sales under her belt. Additionally, Cathy has consistently been recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the top one-half of 1% of agents in the US.

Her Instagram not only features beautiful properties and her super successful all-female team but also content from her whiskey distillery in the Hudson Valley, New York. The ultimate girl boss.

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5. Talia McKinney

Next up on our list of the seven real estate agents you should be following on Instagram is Talia McKinney. Not only is she a top agent on The Serhant Team, mentioned above, but she's also the host of "Listed by Serhant" show "3 in a Million".

When she isn't running around Manhattan and Brooklyn selling condos and townhouses, she can be found competing in triathlons and marathons and travelling the world. So you just know her Instagram is super inspiring. An all-round impressive gal.

6. Jason & Brett Oppenheim

The Oppenheim twins have become household names thanks to Netflix. If you haven't seen the very addictive and dramatic Selling Sunset yet, the show centers around the brothers' real estate brokerage, The Oppenheimer Group.

Jason and Brett are both based in Los Angeles and when they're not leading very glamorous lives and rubbing shoulders with celebrities, they're buying and selling multi-million dollar luxury homes. From the Hollywood Hills and Sunset Strip to Bel-Air and Beverly Hills. Both brothers are well worth a follow on Instagram.

7. Mala Sander

Last but not least on our list of seven real estate agents you should be following on Instagram. Another lovely lady from The Corcoran Group, this time out on Long Island. Mala Sander is known as the ultimate expert in buying or selling a property in The Hamptons. With over 15 years of experience, she is consistently one of the top five Corcoran agents on the East End. If you love Hamptons homes, you'll love Mala's property-filled Instagram.

Looking for more inspiring accounts to follow? Check out these five interior designers you should be following on Instagram.

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