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‘Million Dollar Listing’: Chad Rogers replaced with agent Josh Altman

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EW has learned that agent Chad Rogers, 33, has left Bravo’s real estate-focused reality seriesMillion Dollar Listing. His replacement for the show’s fourth season: agent Josh Altman, a big player in the L.A. real estate game who sold $38 million in property in the past year and currently holds an inventory of $50 million in listings. One of Altman’s recent sales in L.A.’s Beverly Park neighborhood went for a hefty $16.5 million, and was the sixth-largest sale in Los Angeles county in 2010.

Altman joins the cast alongside Josh Flagg, who’s been on Million Dollar Listing for the past two seasons, and Madison Hildebrand, who has appeared on the series since it premiered in August of 2006. Season 4 is set to debut on Feb. 1.

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Editor’s note: A previous version of this story suggested that Chad Rogers was fired from Million Dollar Listing. Bravo has issued a statement confirming that, in fact, Rogers left the show of his own volition. EW regrets the error.

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