Los Angeles has some of the most glamorous homes in the world that most people only dream of owning. So, it makes sense why LA-based real estate shows have gotten so popular over the past couple of years. Popularity is one thing, but we believe that the key to manifestation is visualization. Therefore, these top 3 LA reality shows will give you the inspiration to make your LA home dreams a reality.
1. Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles
How many times have you dreamed of getting a peek inside the luxurious homes in Laurel Canyon, or Beverly Hills? Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles gives you a detailed look inside the city’s most expensive properties. It’s one of the network’s longest-running shows (and one of the longest-running LA-based real estate shows), having premiered in 2008. Cast members Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, and Tracy Tutor are some of the best real estate agents in LA. They stop at nothing to get their clients the best deal (and by the way, Tracy is literally businesswoman goals). The show’s lavish homes will blow you away, and you’ll learn a thing or two about the market. Win-win!
2. Selling Sunset
If you like reality TV that’s heavy on drama, Netflix’s Selling Sunset is the show for you. The Oppenheim Group’s fabulous agents don’t skimp when it comes to designer clothes, fabulous parties, and arguments with their coworkers. Similarly to Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Selling Sunset brings you inside LA’s expensive mansions. But, it’s less business centered and instead focuses on the relationships between the agents and their personal lives. Big homes, big bucks, and big personalities are the secret to this show’s popularity.
3. Buying Beverly Hills
Netflix’s Buying Beverly Hills challenges the old cliche that family and business don’t mix. Mauricio Umansky is head of The Agency, a premier LA real estate agency, and his stepdaughter Farrah Brittany is one of his top agents. When his other daughter Alexia joins the family business, she learns that having your dad as the boss isn’t all fun and games. If all these names sound familiar, you’re not wrong. Mauricio is the husband of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards. Buying Beverly Hills has a little bit of everything: family dynamics, luxury real estate, office drama, and romance, and that’s what makes it a binge-worthy show.F
After binging just a few minutes of real estate reality, chance are you’ll feel inspired to make execute your own refresh. Try updating your interior decor with some local LA Shops!