Well, it’s here. 

Buying Beverly Hills started streaming on Netflix on Friday, November 4, and after a weekend of binge-watching, the show already made the top 10 list on Netflix. I guess there’s always room for another real estate reality show.

If you haven’t seen the show yet, check out the trailer for a taste of what unfolds in the first eight episodes.

Viewers took to Twitter over the weekend, sharing their thoughts on Buying Beverly Hills. Keep scrolling to find out what people are saying.

Buying Beverly Hills > Selling Sunset

Even before the show was released, people started comparing it to Selling Sunset. It’s pretty hard not to. 

Overall, viewers are saying there’s a bit more real estate and a bit less personal drama in Buying Beverly Hills, and most are here for it. Of course, some quickly made it known how much they hate the show. 

Family Business

Mauricio Umansky is no stranger to reality TV. His wife, Kyle Richards, was on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

This show puts Mauricio Umansky at the forefront as it follows a team of agents at his real estate brokerage, The Agency. But it doesn’t just revolve around Mauricio. His daughters, Alexia Umansky and Farrah Brittany, joined the family business as luxury real estate agents and star on the show.

Viewers were quick to point out similarities between Kyle and her daughters, as well as nepotism in real estate (especially when it comes to Alexia, who had a cringe first showing caught on camera—how nervewracking would that be?). 

Love it or hate it, Buying Beverly Hills is sure to be in the spotlight as we end the year. Stay tuned for more, including BAM podcasts featuring agents on the show.