Everything You Should Know About Netflix’s New Real Estate Show, “Buy My House”

published Sep 14, 2022
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Fans of real estate reality shows like “Selling Sunset” were recently treated to the release of its new spin off series “Selling the OC”— and earlier this month, Netflix released another like-minded show: “Buy My House,” which is essentially a “Shark Tank” version of its predecessors.

The show is hosted by Nina Parker, a television host and fashion designer, and each episode is about 30 minutes long. Throughout over 20 U.S. cities, neighborhoods in Nashville, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio are among the other major locations featured in the series. Below, find out everything you should know about the series — and watch its entire first season available on Netflix.

When did “Buy My House” premiere? 

The series premiered on September 2, 2022.

How many episodes are there in season one?

There are a total of six episodes in season one of the series. (There’s no word yet if the show will be renewed for a second season.)

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Who are the stars of “Buy My House”?

Throughout the series, various homeowners attempt to sell their properties to one of four real estate tycoons: Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin; Pamela Liebman, CEO of Corcoran Group; Brandon Copeland, an NFL Linebacker, or Danisha Wrighster, investment property magnate. Each deal involves offers made entirely in cash, as well as no commissions for realtors. 

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Kelman recently spoke to GeekWire about the series, revealing “the other real estate entrepreneurs are all lovely, and the people pitching us were often in the middle of a messy, exciting, emotional transition in their lives.” Additionally, as opposed to a show like “Shark Tank,” “what we were evaluating wasn’t an off-the-wall idea to program pillows with an iPhone; it was someone’s home.” 

In the show’s first episode, Kelman raises his bid on a home based in Austin, Texas, from $730,000 to $775,000, which Liebman theorizes that Kelman may end up flipping the house for $875,000.

Since “Buy My House” premiered earlier this month, it has become one of Netflix’s top ten shows in the country. Maybe it’ll become a binge-worthy watch for you this weekend.