A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Sales, money, professionalism, competition are themes.
Positive Role Models
Agents more competitive than friendly to each other.
Violence & Scariness
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong innuendo, crude references.
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"Bitch," "piss"; bleeped curses (mouths blurred).
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Products & Purchases
It promotes the Next Step Realty company. Instagram, Apple products, local NYC venues visible.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Lots of wine, cocktails, champagne, and the like.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Next Step Realty: NYC is a reality show about young real estate agents working and playing hard in Manhattan. There's lots of sexual innuendo, immature arguing, iffy language ("bitch," "piss," bleeped cursing), and plenty of drinking. Its stars are from the Next Step Realty brokerage firm. Instagram, Apple products, and city venues also are visible. Older teens might be drawn to the drama, but younger kids won't be interested.
Is It Any Good?
This series, as with many reality shows, combines dramatic behavior with competition as young real estate brokers hustle to match demanding millennials with expensive rental properties in New York City. As they push to secure their commissions, which can be as high as $10,000 for a single client, they also do their best to outshine each other hopes of moving up in the company.
Folks who tune in might learn a few things about hiring a broker. Others might simply be stunned by just how expensive and cutthroat the New York housing market is. Nonetheless, outside of these details, the overall series doesn't really offer anything particularly new or exciting to the real estate reality TV world.
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