Netflix has launched the first trailer for Million Dollar Beach Home, a new sequence set in the luxurious real estate world of the Hamptons, a group of rich beachside communities on the japanese facet of Lengthy Island, close to New York.
Clearly impressed by the mammoth success of Promoting Sundown, Million Dollar Beach Home seems to be comparable in scope however with a predominantly male forged and a beachside setting.
Watch a trailer for Million Dollar Beach Home.
The sequence set at the Nest Seekers Worldwide brokerage firm is described by Netflix as a “hen’s eye view into the day-to-day lifetime of the Hamptons’ youngest and most unique group of real estate brokers, documenting their non-public lives and posh shoreline listings”.
As one dealer says in the trailer: “After seven years of killing the New York Metropolis real estate market, [I thought] why not simply kill it out right here?”
With 2,500 real estate brokers working in the the Hamptons market, nonetheless, incomes a list is fierce competitors.
The properties on show in the trailer match Promoting Sundown for luxurious and ostentation and the sequence is “not with out private drama between brokers”, very a lot an echo of its Los Angeles counterpart.
The rivalry between the brokers is obvious from one change in the trailer. “You’re so phoney,” complains one.
He shoots again: “In order for you a pal, purchase a canine.”
Million Dollar Beach Home focuses on 5 brokers they usually hustle to purchase and promote properties for his or her shoppers in the premium three-month interval between Memorial Day and Labour Day (July-September). It’s a excessive stakes sport. As we be taught from the trailer, “In an ideal world, [the brokers] will break $1 million a 12 months in fee.”