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Finished Selling Sunset? Find New Homes (& Drama) In These 10 Reality Real Estate Shows

Keep the glamour and OMG moments going!

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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

Selling homes in Los Angeles seems like a dream job, and these realtors prove that it really is. Each agent uses charm and wit to sell expensive properties all over the Beverly Hills and Malibu area. The cast is predominantly male, unlike Selling Sunset, but the tensions are just as high.


The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals

Glass houses in the middle of deserts are just the tip of the iceberg when watching this show. Three hosts visit out-of-this-world vacation rentals that make you want to book a trip ASAP. They also give you expert tips and tricks for your travels. It’s a level one in drama, but the properties in this show are the drama and the definition of dream homes.


Selling Tampa

Selling Sunset and Selling Tampa are sister shows, and not just because they share the same production company. Selling Tampa also follows an all-female cast who work at a Black-owned agency, Allure Realty. The girls are stylish, smart, and manage beautiful estates that’ll make you consider moving to the sunshine state. Oh, and like the Sunset girl, these women do not play about their properties!


Styling Hollywood

OK, so this show may be a bit of a curveball, but not really. Jason Bolden and Adair Curtis are a stylist couple who dress A-list celebs. So there are plenty of celebrity cameos, and we still get sneak peeks into extravagant homes. Also, Jason and Adair's dynamic is super cute if you just love love.


The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties

Is drooling over fancy homes your favorite fix? Of course it is! Dive into the world of luxury property with the Kretz family. Together, they sell extravagant homes all over France and across Europe. Note: The show is in French, so you may need subtitles if you aren’t fluent.


Million Dollar Listing New York

East coasters, this one's for you. Million Dollar Listing also has an NYC version, and these Big Apple homes do not disappoint. Each agent's personality is just as grand as their properties, and they'll do just about anything to make it to the top of this luxurious million-dollar Manhattan market.


Kendra Sells Hollywood

Everyone loves a good comeback story! Kendra Wilkinson rises from her divorce by stepping into the real estate game. This series follows her as she learns to adapt to the competitive Los Angeles real estate culture. And although the show centers around one agent, there are still tons of Hollywood homes and excitement to keep you glued to the screen.


Million Dollar Beach House

With waterfront views and stellar architecture, how hard can it be for five Nest Seekers International real estate agents to sell multimillion-dollar properties? Turns out, it's pretty tricky, especially since they have to sell between Memorial and Labor Day. And the fact that they challenge each other doesn't help.


Flip or Flop

Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall make post-divorce life look... interesting. The once-married exes now act as business partners who transform dilapidated properties into quality investments. Emotions and personal views often seep into their professional standing, making Flip or Flop a special kind of drama.


Shahs of Sunset

Shahs of Sunset is about a super-rich friend group of Persian-American buds. As they balance traditional values with their lavish lives, they tend to run into sticky situations. This show brings both the drama and the real estate — thanks largely to Mercedes “MJ” Javid, a Hollywood Hills-based real-estate agent.


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