A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Sends the message that it's important to work hard, but also to be above board when dealing with clients. If you're greedy or deceptive, it will come back to haunt you. That said, the realtors can be a bit cut-throat (even underhanded) in order to make a deal.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
In one episode, an open house guest shows up with her very large, fake breasts popping out of her skimpy shirt.
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"Pissed off" is about as bad as it gets.
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Products & Purchases
The logos of the firms the brokers work for are on full display. The world of high-end realty is innately materialistic, and these brokers are no exception.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Social drinking, often to celebrate a transaction.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that since the subjects of this show are realtors who sell high-end homes, they're often all business. That means that they look out primarily for themselves and their clients and can be cut-throat during negotiations. Some will even be a bit underhanded to get the most commission out of a sale.
Is It Any Good?
The act of selling a home is an innately suspenseful experience, and the transactions that take place here are no exception. Plus, the voyeurism involved in going behind the doors of these luxurious houses is definitely addicting. The drawback? It sometimes seems like these materialistic buyers and sellers are living in an alternate reality in which a two-bedroom home goes for more than $2 million and a half-built mansion overlooking the Pacific is called a "fixer-upper."
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