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If you like watching shows where you dislike the personalities of the "stars" then you may like this. Personally, they came across as people I couldn't stand trying to have a conversation with, and for that reason, the show isn't enjoyable to watch.
Real estate is just the backdrop to a show about personalities whose names you'd forget except for the producer's need to repeatedly flash their named on the screen - but ultimately, they're memorable only because they're obnoxious and self-centered and seemingly proud of both of these character flaws.
This one is worth skipping.
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