(NEW YORK, NY) — Real estate mogul, Ryan Serhant, has released his new mobile game app, “Agent Empire: NYC.” Serhant partnered with Pinxter Digital and StreetEasy to launch an app that represents his passion for real estate and his entrepreneurial skills.
The app takes players inside the world of NYC real estate where they get the chance to test their real estate skills as virtual agents. The game comprises of meeting clients and making deals as Ryan, the city’s top broker, offers his guidance. Players start out as new agents and work to become real estate moguls.
However, there is more to the game than just closing deals. Appearance and reputation are just as important. Players have to focus on charm, professionalism, experience, and bargaining when talking to prospective clients.
Years in the making…Swipe 👈 — I made an APP! It’s a game 💪 You play as a young real estate agent renting apartments and you work your way up to selling multi-million dollar homes on your way to becoming a real estate mogul. Change your outfits, your rides, negotiate with clients, fight for listings, and run around a fully simulated map of NYC. I’ve put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into this baby and I hope you love it as much as I do 💛 This is also the first release, so download it (it’s free) and let me know what you think! Link in bio and screenshots in my story #ReadySetPLAY @streeteasy
The game has already seen an immense amount of success with 20,000 downloads in its first three days in the App Store. Serhant plans to eventually replace the fake listings in the game with real StreetEasy listings.
“The Agent Empire app gives a glimpse into the unique process of buying, selling and renting homes in the city in an entertaining and engaging way, and we’re excited to be a part of this fun experience for users,” said StreetEasy Vice President of Marketing, Peter Edwards.
The game is a great way to test your selling skills and is available for download through the App Store. The game is currently only set in New York, but Serhant hopes to develop versions in other cities such as Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, and San Francisco.
Download the app here.