Luis D. Ortiz is the fun-loving Puerto Rican who really added personality and charm to "Million Dollar Listing: New York." Last season, he announced he would no longer be working in real estate and he would be leaving his role on "Million Dollar Listing: New York" to pursue happiness in Paris, France. He revealed that he was excited about his new venture, but his co-stars, Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant, were convinced that he was making a mistake. They were concerned that he was rushing into his decision and that he would regret it. He was giving up a promising career and a reality television platform that was bringing in thousands of dollars.

When Ryan and Fredrik visited Luis in Paris, he revealed that his friends had been right. He was not happy, and he was not excited about living in Paris. They encouraged him to come back to New York, but fans are still wondering if he will indeed be on the upcoming season of the show. One thing is for certain; Ortiz is not back in Puerto Rico to visit his family. When Hurricane Irma hit the island, he revealed he was safe and was in Los Angeles. According to a new Instagram post, Luis D. Ortiz wished everyone in his home country good luck but mentioned nothing about his family.

Where is his family?

"Right now in Los Angeles while Aguilla, Antigua, Barbuda, Puerto Rico, the US and British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, St. Kitts, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin and St. Barths are under a catastrophic hurricane warning.

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I pray and hope that all goes well," Luis D. Ortiz revealed on social media, sharing that he was safe in Los Angeles and would not be on the island when Irma arrived.

Of course, Luis has often traveled back to Puerto Rico while filming "Million Dollar Listing: New York" to visit his parents. They still live there, but he said nothing about them in his social media update. If his parents stayed there during the storm, it is possible he would have mentioned them in his post. Perhaps they left the country to seek shelter elsewhere.

Returning to Bravo?

The big question remains; will Luis D. Ortiz return to "Million Dollar Listing: New York" and surprise fans? He was replaced by Steve Gold this past year, and he was a great addition. But Bravo could feature four agents, as this is something they do on "Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles." He has yet to reveal what the plan is.

What do you think of Luis D. Ortiz staying in Los Angeles during the storm? Where do you think his family is?