Brokers in cabs: Why nothing can offend MDLNY’s Ronita Kalra

“I mean, you can't offend me if you tried. I just could care less.”

TRD New York /
Dec.December 30, 2019 10:45 AM

In the sixth episode of  The Real Deal’s “Brokers In Cabs” series, Douglas Elliman broker and ‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ star Ronita Kalra reveals how she got into the business, her philosophy on the most important piece of making deals (it’s all about the relationships, people!) and why motherhood has made her totally unflappable. “I mean, you can’t offend me if you tried,” she said. 

Watch the full video above to see Kalra share her philosophy on work, how she and fellow MDLNY star Luis Ortiz scored business from a Plaza Hotel doorman and more! 


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