Binge-worthy real estate shows on Netflix are here to stay. Whether you’re into design, viewing amazing properties or just some good ol’ drama, we got you covered. Here’s our top 5.
Are you a “Real Housewives” or “Million Dollar Listing” fan? “Selling Sunset” is for you! Being a boutique brokerage of mostly women, this is one of our biggest guiltiest pleasures. (And yes, we all took the “Which Selling Sunset character are you?” Buzzfeed quiz and got different results!) Viewers get to experience the elite side of real estate with an inside look into how Oppenheim Group works, a top LA brokerage known for their celebrity clientele and success. Selling Sunset surrounds a dynamic cast of characters including Chrishell Hartley, known for being married to “This is Us” actor Justin Hartley and Christine Quinn, the group’s Queen B. We guarantee you’ll finish within a week and fall in love with the cast along the way. NETFLIX GIVE US A SEASON 2! I need to know what happens with the $40 million house.
Whether you’ve been in your home for one year or 10, the tips hiding within this gem of a Netflix show will change your life. Taking a new spin on organizing and living a mindful, minimalist lifestyle, Marie Kondo inspires you to make all your Pinterest dreams come true. I will never fold my shirts any other way after watching this! Start your spring cleaning! (Can we still call it “spring cleaning” when we just hit 70 degrees in Buffalo?)
Star Designer Genevieve Gorder kicked off her HGTV boots to join the Netflix family in this intriguing Airbnb renovation show. Alongside business and marketing expert, Peter Lorimer, the duo travels across the country giving facelifts to short-term rental properties. Don’t have your own Airbnb? There’s still a ton to learn. From this, you can take away inspiration to revamp your favorite extra room or plan experiences for your friends and family who come to visit.
Another short-term rental-focused show, but set in Australia! Instant Hotel is a super cool concept. Couples, friends, and family members who own rental properties stay in each other’s homes and rate their stay, giving the owners feedback. The hosts also rate their guests on cleanliness and various categories. The drama begins when some players think others aren’t being fair with their grading system. Take a tour of down under in this exciting twist on reality tv.
Netflix transports you across the pond once again, but this time to the UK! The Great Interior Design Challenge gives novice designers a chance to shine and find their niche. It proves the theory that there is nothing better than a competition to get creative juices flowing.
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