What are Ryan Serhant’s politics?

The MDLNY star on his political leanings and why he hates talking about them

TRD New York /
Dec.December 10, 2019 08:00 AM

There’s an unspoken rule among residential agents: don’t talk politics. Ever. Conventional wisdom dictates that any public statement of political affiliation risks alienating a potential client.

As a broker whose personal life has been exposed for the cameras for years on “Million Dollar Listings: New York,” Nest Seekers broker Ryan Serhant has deftly managed to keep this one thing about himself under wraps.

“I’m public enough. I don’t need to be that public,” he said when asked about his political beliefs during a day spent with TRD alongside. But the broker did let a few more details spill despite seeming increasingly irked by the line of questioning.

“I’m a registered independent,” he said. “I don’t like any politicians. I just want what’s best for me and my family.”

Hear more from Serhant on his political stance in the video above.

 

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