If You Liked ‘Selling Sunset’ You’ll Love ‘Listing Impossible’
Now, new show Listing Impossible is landing on Hayu to give us a sneak peak behind the glitz and glam, and show us the reality of why some big-money houses remain on the market for way too long.
Watch the trailer here:
Following superstar real estate agent Aaron Kirman and his team of 60+ experts, the show sees them revamp multi-million dollar properties that have been left sitting on the market, and dish out some savage home truths to their rich owners.
Also based in LA, their job is to fix up these homes to make sure they attract the right buyers - and that can mean criticising the decor, changing the layout and even lowering the price.
You can imagine how well that goes down with their rich and powerful clients!
In the first episode of the series, Kirman tries to help a divorcee sell a $13.9 million beach house, but the furniture is.... rather excessive.
Kirman tells the LA Times that such flamboyant decor isn't uncommon in these expensive, unfloggable properties.
"I always, always tell sellers, 'Look, this is not a commentary on how you live, or your taste level,' even though it might be, right? I had a client - it literally looked like Liberace threw up everywhere.
"I said, 'You have to let me do my job. I'm going to paint everything beige and we need to stage this house as simply as possible.' We sold it in two days."
David Hasselhoff also makes an appearance on the show, as his daughter works for the real estate boffin, and is also a cast member.
Kirman adds that one important thing to remind clients is that their dream home "may not be everyone's dream home".
Listing Impossible originally aired on CNBC back in January, and at the time it went down a storm with viewers.
It's landing on Hayu from June 6th, with a new episode hitting screens every Monday.
That's out next telly binge sorted!
Featured Image Credit: CNBC