Fredrik Eklund

real estate powerhouse, known for Bravo's hit show Million Dollar Listing 

  • This real estate powerhouse recently co-founded REAL, a new app to change the global real estate industry
  • A staple of the New York City real estate scene, he is the co-founder of the EKLUNDGOMES Team with John Gomes. They have emerged as Manhattan's "Brokers to the Stars", and have secured over $15 billion in closed sales over the last decade. They were officially the number #1 team in the country with $4.6 billion in transactions last year, and were awarded the #1 mega team nationwide at Elliman
  • He is well known for starring in Emmy Award-nominated Bravo TV hit show MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NEW YORK
  • He has amassed millions of social media followers who love getting a glimpse into the life of the fun loving real estate mogul. He has been featured in numerous major publications including NY Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Architectural Digest
  • Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, he studied at the Stockholm School of Economics. At the age of 23, he founded an Internet company with over 45 employees, and went on to work for the investment bank SEB in Stockholm, London, Singapore and Tokyo before crossing the pond to New York City
  • He is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York
  • He is involved in several charities including My Big Day with the Princess of Sweden, Madeleine, as well as Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children
  • He is married to abstract artist Derek Kaplan, and they share adorable twin children
  • This real estate powerhouse recently co-founded REAL, a new app to change the global real estate industry
  • A staple of the New York City real estate scene, he is the co-founder of the EKLUNDGOMES Team with John Gomes. They have emerged as Manhattan's "Brokers to the Stars", and have secured over $15 billion in closed sales over the last decade. They were officially the number #1 team in the country with $4.6 billion in transactions last year, and were awarded the #1 mega team nationwide at Elliman
  • He is well known for starring in Emmy Award-nominated Bravo TV hit show MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NEW YORK
  • He has amassed millions of social media followers who love getting a glimpse into the life of the fun loving real estate mogul. He has been featured in numerous major publications including NY Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Architectural Digest
  • Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, he studied at the Stockholm School of Economics. At the age of 23, he founded an Internet company with over 45 employees, and went on to work for the investment bank SEB in Stockholm, London, Singapore and Tokyo before crossing the pond to New York City
  • He is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York
  • He is involved in several charities including My Big Day with the Princess of Sweden, Madeleine, as well as Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children
  • He is married to abstract artist Derek Kaplan, and they share adorable twin children
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With record-breaking sales and socks as colorful as his personality, Fredrik Eklund has become an icon in real estate and on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing” series, appearing in both the New York and Los Angeles versions. As the co-founder of The Eklund | Gomes Team with John Gomes, the duo has secured over $15 billion in closed sales over the last decade and have become a staple of New York, California, Texas and Florida real estate. Eklund moved to Los Angeles in 2019 to spearhead the team’s expansion into California, and has surpassed over $550 million in sales volume within the last 12 months in California alone. Some notable residential sales include Sky Lane (asking $29.995 million), Strand Beach Drive (asking $27.5 million) and Calle Isabella (asking $38 million), just to name a few.

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