|Birth Day||November 13, 1986|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Age||35 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$15 Million|
He and his twin brother left Puerto Rico at the age of 16, without notice to their parents, and headed to New York. In 2006, he studied Film Directing at the New York Film Academy and directed and produced a short film after leaving school. He shifted his focus to real estate in 2008 and quickly began to make a name for himself. After his first year as an agent, he was regularly renting 25 to 30 apartments a month, and was becoming highly sought after by building owners and management companies. He moved from rental contracts to sales in 2009, and had cleared $20 million within months. By 2010, major boutique rentals and sales firms were calling, and he began working for the very high-end Synergy NYC, where he further established his sales ability, grossing $75 million, annually. He later became Vice President of Keller Williams in New York City, but was ultimately let go because Keller Williams was not interested in being tied to reality TV.
In August of 2013, Douglas Elliman announced that Ortiz had joined the firm, which also employs fellow Million Dollar Listing co-star, Fredrik Eklund; Million Dollar Listing. Ortiz starred on the Bravo reality television series Million Dollar Listing New York for seasons two through five from 2012 to 2016. He ended up retiring from real estate in 2016 but decided to return as a principal in property development. Ortiz visits his home country of Puerto Rico three times a year. He directed, wrote, edited, and produced the 2007 short Amalia. Ortiz also served as cinematographer for the 2009 short Mirando al norte. In 2013 he made Us Weekly's Most Stylish New Yorker list.