Top Binge-Worthy Real Estate Shows on Netflix You Must Watch!

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From transforming shabby homes into design masterpieces to staying in fantastic tiny houses and building skyscrapers from scratch, Netflix has an excellent mix of real estate shows that can get anyone glued to the screen.

While you are certainly spoiled for choice with all the different categories of shows available on the platform, some shows outshine others and are loved across geographies.

If you enjoy reality shows, especially the ones based on homes and interiors, then here is a binge-watch list that you would not want to miss out on. We have rounded up this list after screening hundreds of shows on IMDB, Google, and Rotten Tomatoes. So, if you are mad about interiors, home makeovers, or even organization videos, then you are in for a treat. Are you ready? Let us jump right in!

Top Real Estate Shows on Netflix USA

1. Stay Here

Original Release DateAugust 17, 2018
GenreMakeover Reality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Running time31-33 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.5/10),
Google (4.5/5)
Original languageEnglish
StarringGenevieve Gorder,
Peter Lorimer
ProducerMeredith Wright

Interior Designer Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer have won the hearts of millions as they team up to turn short-term property rentals into 5-star money-making showstoppers.

At first, you might feel that the show is based on the same old formula: A person has a property, wants to renovate it but doesn’t have the means, and gets on a TV show to make his/her dream come true. And while most of it is true, with each episode, you will understand that it is much more than an ordinary home renovation series.

The show is addictive, quick-paced, and funny and features transformations that will make your jaw drop. Each episode is based on a different setting and property type. It shifts dramatically from a houseboat in Seattle, Washington, in one episode, to a brownstone in Brooklyn, New York, in another, to even a firehouse in Washington, DC, lending viewers a wide array of options.

The only downside to the show is that it fails to give the viewers a clear picture of the money involved. How much did the owner invest? How much was on the shoemakers? All of these questions remain unanswered. The show enjoys a 7.5 rating on IMDB and has eight episodes in the house garden genre of reality TV.


2. The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals

Original Release DateJune 18, 2021
GenreFood & Travel TV
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes16
Running time31-34 minutes
RatingIMDB (6.8/10),
Google (4.1),
Rotten Tomatoes (50%)
Original languageEnglish
StarringJo Franco,
Megan Batoon,
Luis D. Ortiz
ProducerGeorge Verschoor
William Spjut

Watch influencers Jo Franco, Megan Batoon, and Luis Ortiz unveil some of the Unique, Cheap, And Luxurious Rentals Across the Globe!

The idea behind this Netflix Original is simple: 3 travelers travel across the globe to visit accommodations available for rent. Each host is tasked with a different kind of rental. Jo focuses on affordable and cheap properties, Megan is in charge of going off-the-beaten routes to choose unusual (or weird) stays, and Luis focuses on the best luxury vacation homes. 

Each episode has a theme, giving viewers a wide array of options. Additionally, all three hosts have huge personalities so the energy may seem chaotic initially. However, the show grows on you because of its beautiful destinations and the insane chemistry between Jo, Megan, and Luis. 

The first season premiered on June 18, 2021, followed by the second season on September 14, the same year.

The top two highest-rated episodes in WMAVR are 7 (On the Waterfront) and 5 (Give Back Getaways) in the second season.

Each 34-minute episode is themed, and the first episode begins in Bali. The themes covered in the first season are American Adventure, Boats ‘n Floats, Bizarre B&Bs, Private Islands, Gourmet Stays, Trees ‘n Zzzs, and Aloha in Hawaii. 

The second season breezes through themes Super Modern Stays, Destination Weddings, Cabin Life, Paranormal Places, Give Back Getaways, Eco Friendly, On the Waterfront, and So Cal Style.


3. Marriage or Mortgage

Original Release DateMarch 10, 2020,
GenreWedding &
Romance Reality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Running time32 – 43 minutes
RatingRotten Tomatoes (64%)
Original languageEnglish
StarringElliot Schiff,
Goria Cunningham,
Brittany Williams
ProducerNetflix

Watch Nichole Holes and Sarah Miller convince couples to spend their savings on a wedding or a home.

The premise of this US-based show is simple: real estate agent Nichole Holmes and wedding planner Sarah Miller try to convince couples to either invest in a wedding or use that money to put a down payment on a mortgage.

What follows is a series of mind-numbing, heart-wrenching, sometimes infuriating, and addictive events that will get you glued to the screen. Released on March 10, 2020, this 10-episode series will make you shout “No!” whenever a couple chooses one option over another.

Each episode features an engaged couple torn between the choices given by Sarah and Nichole. So get ready to see some tempting budget houses, beautiful wedding venues, and dresses that will make your heart go gaga! The show is based out of Nashville, and each featured couple comes from a completely different background, making the show an exciting fleet!

The show is binge-worthy and perfect for your Friday night shenanigans. A wedding planner and a real estate agent compete to win the hearts and budgets of spouses-to-be. Will they pick fairy-tale nuptials or a dream home?


4. Dream Home Makeover

Original Release DateOctober 16, 2020
GenreMakeover Reality TV
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes18
Running time22-29 minutes
RatingGoogle (3.3 /5)
Original languageEnglish
StarringShea McGee,
Syd McGee
ProducerNetflix

Watch Shea and Syd McGee garner oohs and aahs from the audience for giving shaggy homes a dream makeover!

Every episode of this 4-season show begins with the two hosts meeting a new family that wants a unique and tailor-made upgrade for their home. Post which,  they run through the space and suggest what they can do for the room or the entire house.

The show is another great example of the wild and wooly world of renovation television that keeps you hooked until the last minute. It also gives viewers a peek into the hosts’ lives – how they renovate their dream home and raise their three young daughters. 

The total run time of each episode is about 23 to 29 minutes, and each season has six episodes, making it a perfect series to watch over the weekends. 

If you’ve liked Fixer Upper or other real estate shows that make a family’s dreams come true, we bet you will finish this one in one go! 


5. Million Dollar Beach House

Original Release DateAugust 26, 2020
GenreReality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
Running time22-29 minutes
RatingRotten Tomatoes (57%)
Original languageEnglish
StarringMichael Fulfree,
Peggy Zabakolas,
JB Andreassi,
Noel Roberts
ProducerDIGA Studios

Watch a crew of quick-fire renovators completely overhauling homes by taking big risks and meticulously planning their moves—all in just 12 hours.

This reality TV show was released on August 10, 2022, and has eight episodes. The show’s cast includes Danielle Brooks (Host), Adair Curtis (Interior Designer), Nick Cutsumpas (Exterior Decorator), and Paige Mobley (Designer- Special Projects).

The show is unlike any other home renovation show on tv; this show eliminates the long, dragged-out renovation processes. These four cast members plan the makeover up to three months in advance and then do the needful accompanied by a massive crew on the day of the episode’s shooting in 12 hours.

Though Instant Dream House is similar to other reality shows in many ways, it gets its edge because the renovations are completed within the stipulated time. There has been skepticism around the show regarding whether the work on a home was completed within 12 hours, as claimed. However, the cast disregarded all rumors on their social media handles.

Most of the show’s cast has been seen in other shows too. The episodes are 40-47 minutes long and quite engaging.


7. Buy My House

Original Release DateSeptember 2, 2022,
GenreCompetition Reality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
Running time30-38 minutes
RatingIMDB (5.9/10)
Original languageEnglish
StarringNina Parker,
Danisha Danielle Wrighster,
Brandon Copeland
ProducerCody Shelton,
Caleb Washington

Watch homeowners from across the country attempt to sell their homes to real estate tycoons in hopes of getting life-changing deals!

Buy My house has Homeowners pitch their properties to four real-estate investors: Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin; Pamela Liebman, CEO of Corcoran Group; Brandon Copeland, an NFL Linebacker, or Danisha Wrighster, property investor.

For homeowners, the format offers all-cash offers, no realtor commissions, and no efforts in marketings and showings-the ideal home experience!

For the viewers, the show promises backstories of owners and tough negotiation sequences with the four real estate magnates. What will keep you hooked will be the final reveal, where one of the cast members decides either flip, improve, or make a long-term investment in the homes.

Buy My House has been made by the makers of Instant Dream Home and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

People might say it is a copy of Shark Tank; however, unlike the latter, it is filled with emotions. Each episode sees four pitches from different parts of the country made to the investors. Home sellers include a wide variety of people, from families looking to move to a bigger home to house flippers to people looking for a partnership to expand their businesses. The show first aired on September 2, 2022, with six 30- to 38-minute episodes hosted by Nina Parker.


8. Tiny House Nation

Original Release DateOct 7, 2017
GenreMakeover Reality TV
No. Of seasons2
No. of episodes14
Running time40-41 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.1/10).
Google (4.3/5), 
Original languageEnglish
StarringJohn Weisbarth,
Zack Giffin
ProducerLoud TV

Watch John Weisbarth and Zack turn tiny spaces into full-functioning houses with Tiny House Nation!

Tiny House Nation aired on July 9, 2014, on the FYI network. This American series has two volumes on Netflix, each containing seven 30-minute episodes. Unfortunately, the series has five seasons, so you will have to find the other three seasons elsewhere than Netflix.

The cast includes renovation experts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin. John and Zack travel around America with Tiny House Nation to help create tiny dream homes in areas under 500 square feet. Tiny House Nation demonstrates that inventiveness is more important than size.

Those who enjoy living in tiny houses generally believe in fewer possessions, reducing the environmental footprint, eliminating mortgage payments, and simplifying their lives. That is precisely what the show is about. The redesign challenges due to the lack of space bring out the best in the two hosts. Tiny House Nation is more of an emotional journey into what you truly value in life and then making space for that.


9. Selling Sunset

Original Release DateMarch 21, 2019
GenreReality TV
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes45
Running time28–47 minutes
RatingIMDB (6.5/10),
Google (3.8/5),
Rotten Tomatoes (65%)
Original languageEnglish
StarringMary Fitzgerald,
Brett Oppenheim,
Jason Oppenheim
ProducerDone and Done Productions
Lionsgate Television

Meet LA’s top real estate agents as they compete to sell the most stunning luxurious properties.

Selling Sunset resolves around the lives of the Oppenheim Group’s elite brokers and navigates their complicated relationships with each other along the way.

If you are a fan of catfights and petty drama, then you are up for a treat with this show. It is fun and offers a peek into incredible LA houses and the luxurious life of the affluent in the area.

The plot of the show is simple. Premium real estate agents fight among themselves to sell upscale lifestyle properties to wealthy buyers in LA. When they see a new agent joins the squad, the tension increases.

Selling Sunset premiered with eight episodes on March 21, 2019, and lasted five seasons. The entire series has a total of 45 episodes to date. Netflix has already renewed it for its sixth and seventh seasons. It was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program.

The cast involves twin brothers and Oppenheim founders Brett and Jason Oppenheim, along with other elite brokers, including Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Young, Davina Potratz, Romain Bonnet, Amanza Smith, Vanessa Villela, Chelsea Lazkani.


10. Selling the OC

Original Release DateAugust 24, 2022
GenreReality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Running time28–47 minutes
Original languageEnglish
StarringPolly Brindle,
Kayla Carmona,
Alex Hall
ProducerDone and Done Productions
Lionsgate Television

Selling Sunshine’s Oppenheim Group expands to Orange County, showcasing opulent beachside properties and making waves with a brand-new real estate team!

Selling the OC is an offshoot of Selling Sunset, based on the lines of another Florida-based spinoff- Selling Tampa. Created by Adam DiVello for Netflix, the show, like its predecessor, follows the personal and professional lives of a team of real estate agents who deal in high-end real estate.

The series so far has one season and eight episodes of 28 to 40 minutes each. The cast includes Jason Oppenheim (co-founder of the Oppenheim group), Alex Hall, Alexandra Rose, Alexandra Jarvis, Brandi Marshall, Gio Helou, Kayla Carmona, Lauren Shortt, Polly Brindle, Sean Palmieri, Austin Victoria, and Tyler Stanaland.

Selling the OC premiered on August 24, 2022, in the US. The cast’s on, and offscreen relationships drew in the audiences in part. If you’ve seen Selling Sunset, you will know what to expect from Selling OC. Bitching, borderline affairs, billionaire clients, fat commission cheques, Gucci-clad real estate agents, personal enmities, and ambitions make Selling OC’s plotline. 


11. Designing Miami

Original Release DateSeptember 22, 2022
GenreReality TV
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Running time34-44 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.2/10)
Original languageEnglish
StarringRay and Eilyn Jimenez
ProducerSpoke Studios

For Ray and Eilyn Jimenez, marriage and business are a perfect match as their respective interior design firms remodel homes for high-end Miami clients.

In the reality show Designing Miami, marriage and business are a natural fit for Ray and Eilyn Jimenez as their respective interior design businesses renovate homes for affluent Miami clients.

The American show consists of one season—eight episodes which are 34 to 44 minutes long. With a rating of 7.2 (out of 10) on IMDB, Designing Miami was released on September 21, 2022. The show follows the lives of these two rival designers, who are also married.

Both Ray and Eilyn design homes worth millions, but each has one’s distinctive style. While Ray prefers a colorful and bold design, Eilyn’s style is more minimalist and aesthetic. Both treat their businesses like their children, giving them a lot of time and effort.

However, Ray’s Dominican family is now pressuring them to start a family, but Eilyn is not amused. The duo has recently bought a house where they plan to move in soon, along with their dogs.

However, they’re redesigning it right now as they have torn it down so they can start afresh. This is the show for you if you love seeing glitzy homes and fabulous interior designs.


Top Real estate shows on Netflix UK

1. The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes

Original Release DateJanuary 6,  2017
GenreFood & Travel TV
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes12
Running time60 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.5/10)
Original languageEnglish
StarringPiers Taylor,
Caroline Quentin
ProducerWall to Wall Media

Watch award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress/real estate aficionado Caroline Quentin tour stunningly unique residences worldwide!

This real estate reality show aired on January 6, 2017, on BBC in the United Kingdom. TWMEH was shot in different countries, including Switzerland, Norway, New Zealand, and Canada.

TWMEH is a 4-part miniseries showcasing the architecture and style of some of the world’s most extraordinary homes. Each episode is around 60 minutes. 

The show encompasses all terrain, from forests to mountains, to coastal and subterranean properties, and even deep underground. Add to that some shiny people moving about and accusing each other of badmouthing, counter-accusations, puzzling meltdowns, loyal and disloyal characters, partnerships, and back-stabbing; you’ll get the plot of TWMEH. 

The show is an emotional roller-coaster ride that will keep you engaged through its ups and downs.

In the first series, Piers explains how these homes, built in challenging surroundings, are designed to withstand and respond to their unique environments. The second series has each episode dedicated to different destinations in a single country. 

In both seasons, the hosts live in these homes overnight, eating meals and enjoying themselves in lovely surroundings to help viewers better feel the houses. 

A celebration of extraordinary residential architecture from around the world with insight from an accomplished architect and his enthusiastic co-host.


2. Interior Design Masters

Original Release Date6 January 2017
GenreMakeover Reality TV
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes24
Running time42-48 minutes
Original languageEnglish
StarringAlan Carr, Fearne Cotton
ProducerDSP (Emma Taylor)

See various dowdy settings transformed by ten aspiring interior designers competing for a lucrative contract with a prestigious London hotel.

Interior Design Masters is a British series in the reality competition genre.  The show has three seasons, each running eight episodes of 42-48 minutes. The show was first aired on the channel BBC One and is currently in its third season, with the fourth season already commissioned for 2023.

Season 4 of Interior Design Masters, which Diccon Ramsay directs, is expected to air on BBC One in 2023.

Each week, the aspirants have to face a new challenge in the form of client briefs to transform commercial and residential settings. So besides homes, you have the contestants working in areas such as salons, restaurants, and even shops.

The show’s first series was released in 2019 and hosted by Fearne Cotton, while Alan Carr presents the second (2021) and the third (2022). Michelle Ogundehin, the former editor-in-chief of Elle Decoration, judged the competition. Other guest judges include home designer Jade Jagger, retail expert Mary Portas, and interior stylist Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.


3. Grand Designs

Original Release DateApril 29, 1999
GenreReality TV, Documentary
No. of seasons22
No. of episodes212
Running time60 minutes
RatingIMDB (8.5/10), Google (4.5/5)
Original languageEnglish
StarringKevin McCloud, Jeremy Till
ProducerTalkback (1999–2006)
Talkback Thames (2006–2011)
Boundless (2012–2020)
Naked Television (2021–)

British television series Grand Designs is a documentary reality series produced by Boundless and first aired on Channel 4. The show has an IMDB rating of 8.5 and follows people as they attempt to build their dream homes by focusing on modern design. The aim is to maximize space, gain amazing views and make energy-efficient homes. Presented by Kevin McCloud, Grand Designs was first released in April 1999 and today has more than 200 episodes spread over no less than 23 series.

The audience is run through the entire process of building the house. McCloud initially meets the clients and talks to them about the features and design of the home they plan to build. The viewer is then shown 3-D models of what it will look like. McCloud visits the site before construction begins and continues to visit midway to gauge the progress. Projects are often delayed and run over budget. 

McCloud gives his comments on the house once it is finished. If the house is unfinished at the end of the episode, the presenter visits it in another episode to see what the finished version looks like. 

Viewers are treated to various designs, from underground homes to buildings constructed with sustainable architecture. This is a treat for you if you love luxurious houses or unusual ones and enjoy the whole building process.


Top Real estate shows on Netflix Australia.

1. Instant Hotel

Original release DateNovember 7, 2017
GenreCompetition Reality TV
No. of seasonsOriginal Release Date
No. of episodes18
Running time60-90 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.1/10),
Rotten Tomatoes (64%)
Original languageEnglish
StarringLuke Jacobz,
Juliet Ashworth
ProducerSeven Studios

The Australian show Instant Hotel is a reality television series aired on the Seven Network on November 7, 2017. It has five teams of two, each comprising a group of homeowners who have converted their houses into instant hotels. For a change, one team hosts the other four couples every week in their instant hotel.

The guests judge this as per their experience. They judge each other’s instant hotels based on the location, attractions, value for money, and even how well they slept. 

The homeowners, too, rate the guest couple on various criteria, such as how clean they were and whether they checked out in time. The homeowner whose house/instant hotel is the highest rated receives the final prize: an all-expenses paid trip to Leonardo DiCaprio’s instant hotel in California.

Instant Hotel’s two series have 18 episodes with a playtime of 60 to 90 minutes each. While Luke Jacobz hosts the first series, the second season was aired in 2019 and presented by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. The show is judged by Juliet Ashworth and produced by Seven Studios, and it has an IMDB rating of 7.3. 


Top Real Estate shows on Netflix in France.

1. The Parisian Agency

Original release DateSeptember 24, 2020
GenreReality TV
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes11
Running time41-66 minutes
RatingIMDB (7.5/10), Google (4.8/5)
Original languageFrench
StarringOlivier Kretz, Sandrine Kretz,
Valentin Kretz, Martin Kretz,
Louis Kretz
ProducerRéservoir Prod

This reality series follows the Kretz family and their luxury property business as they help clients buy and sell fabulous homes in France and abroad.

This French reality show follows the Kretz family as they assist clients in buying and selling luxurious residences in France and abroad.

Starring Olivier Kretz, Sandrine Kretz, and Valentin Kretz, The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties has an IMDB rating of 7.5 (out of 10). It premiered on September 24, 2020, on TMC in France and Monaco. 

The first season has five episodes of 41 to 60 minutes each, while the second has six episodes of 51 to 66 minutes.

The Kertz family is based in Boulogne, France, and has humble beginnings. They now own the luxury realty agency Kertz & Partners, and the show follows the ups and downs in their personal and professional lives. Founding partners Olivia and Sandrine Kertz work with three sons, 31-year-old Martin, 29-year-old Valentin, and 25-year-old Lois—they have brought them on board individually. A fourth son, 16-year-old Raphael, is still in school and gnawing at the bit. 

The Parisian Agency showcases the properties the Kertz family shows their clients. The showings are interspersed with the brothers pulling each others’ legs and even setting up their grandmother Majo on a senior dating site. The family is quite appealing, and the properties they display are fantastic—probably something you might fantasize about if you are a real estate buff.


These were the top real estate shows on Netflix. If you have any other suggestions or shows you want us to review, please comment below. Happy Watching!

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