Netflix has a new luxury real estate reality show called “Buying Beverly Hills.” The show is like “Succession” meets “Selling Sunset.” It follows agents from The Agency brokerage which was started by Mauricio Umansky. He is married to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards and daughters Alexia and Farrah.

The show “Selling Sunset” focuses on personal drama, and the Million Dollar List focuses on fabulous properties and the challenges of closing a deal. But “Buying Beverly Hills” hinges on the drama that Mauricio’s daughters could take over from their father.

The two competing girls

The two girls in question are Farrah, 34, and Alexia, 26. Farrah is already well established in real estate and is a hard worker. Alexia begins her career and also faces the attitudes of people who believe she has opportunities because she is the boss’s daughter.

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The Agency also has other agents, Ben Belack and Jon Grauman, leading their teams. Joey Ben-Zvi’s high school friend Alexia whose relationship with her is in a gray area. The new agents are Brandon Graves and Sonika Vaid (a former American Idol contestant).

FAQs:

  1. Who is Mauricio Umansky?
    Mauricio Umansky became popular thanks to his appearances in Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. He is also well known for selling Hugh Hefner’s home, the Walt Disney Estate and properties owned by Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson and Prince.
  2. When was the Agency founded?
    The Agency was founded in 2011.
  3. Why is the show interesting?
    There is a lot of competition in the area of ​​real estate television. But Mauricio, Alexia and Farrah are proven reality TV kings.

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