Some shady business of sorts and a high stakes world of selling luxury homes a star real estate agent. Actually on the reality show million dollar listing New York now stands accused of touching up... See More
Some shady business of sorts and a high stakes world of selling luxury homes a star real estate agent. Actually on the reality show million dollar listing New York now stands accused of touching up photos of an expensive apartment to attract buyers and ABC's rob Nelson. Has the story. It's the hit reality TV show on Ramo that offers millions of viewers a glimpse inside the swanky and you all dropping -- wealthy world of New York City real estate. But now -- -- featured on -- million dollar listing New York. Find himself in hot water this morning proving once again that all that glitters. He is not gold. So this deal Gordon and his -- Ball wow. During a may episode 26 year old Manhattan broker -- Luis Ortiz. Was seen doctoring promotional photos of a five bedrooms seven million dollar town home in the city's Greenwich Village neighborhood. Ortiz took the photo shop electronically sprucing up the joint with marble -- Thompson hardwood floors. Really not but yeah. -- candidates square in the -- if I put the real photos out there. Not a single first eleven -- -- Brian Lewis is also a real estate broker in New York City he draws a line between healthy industry really works and what's portrayed on so called reality TV. This is a soap opera and I must admit it's pretty compelling stuff. But America this is not how brokerage happens. The digital make over also call PRI of New York State which -- launched an investigation into Ortiz -- business practices. -- we just got. Busted for Photoshop -- -- now is now -- credit goes that's how you learn how you get -- you have to try things and obviously sometimes we get over excited I get -- -- and do things that may not be right but. You know. We learn from it for Good Morning America and rob Nelson ABC news New York.
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