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Selling Tampa Fans All Have The Same Complaint About Show

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Selling Tampa Fans All Have The Same Complaint About Show

Selling Tampa fans all seem to have the same complaint about the show after tuning into the first few episodes on Netflix.

While the reality series has already impressed viewers since dropping on streaming platforms earlier this week, there is one area in particular where the show is really lacking.

(Credit: Netflix)
(Credit: Netflix)

Following on from its Los Angeles counterpart series Selling Sunset, Selling Tampa stars Sharelle Rosado and her team of agents at the Allure Realty brokerage. These include Juawana Colbert-Williams, Colony Reeves, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Rena Frazier, Karla Giorgio, Tennille Moore and Alexis Williams.

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The series location has graced us with a whole new city of luxurious properties to drool over, but some fans have noticed that the homes aren't exactly selling.

Selling Tampa was created by Adam DiVello (Credit: Netflix)
Selling Tampa was created by Adam DiVello (Credit: Netflix)

One confused viewer took to Twitter to ask: "Is anyone gonna sell a house?"

Another tweeted: "At least in Selling Sunset they actually sell houses, Selling Tampa I haven't seen one house sold within the first 2 episodes?! [sic]"

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(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)

One viewer, who was in one episode further added: "3 episodes in of #SellingTampa and I ain't seen one person sell a house yet [sic]."

(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
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Among the confusion, there were some fans who couldn't care less about the lack of houses sold on the show.

As far as one viewer was concerned, if the drama stayed piping hot, the houses could go unsold.

She commented: "Lemme tell you... I loved #SellingTampa. Colony was my fave. Now, did I see anyone actually SELL a house? No. But did they give me the drama and razzle dazzle I needed? Yes."

You can watch the trailer for the show here:

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All eight episodes of the show are available to watch on Netflix now - just in time for a weekend binge watch! Plus, you can also catch the fourth season of Selling Sunset on there too.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Selling Sunset, Netflix

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