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The stakes are high in Selling Super Houses

The stakes are high in Selling Super Houses

Prepare for cut-throat competition and crazy commission in this super-prime property series…

By Charlotte Briggs, Staff Writer

Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in the homes of the rich and famous? Then keep reading. The brand new series Selling Super Houses follows aspiring estate agents as they wheel and deal their way into the world of multi-million-pound real estate. And there are plenty of posh pads to swoon over along the way.


The premise is simple – eight wannabe brokers take to the streets of London for the chance to impress real estate mogul Paul “PK” Kemsley, his reality star wife Dorit and luxury agency CEO Becky Fatemi. But they won’t be flogging any old house – they’ll be given exclusive access to some of the UK’s most prestigious properties. Cha-ching!


Over six episodes the rookies face challenges including juggling demanding clients and negotiating dramatic deals, all while ensuring sales are closed on time. But the super agents have a couple of tricks up their sleeve, as well as guidance from seasoned superhome salesman Paul and training from self-made real estate entrepreneur Becky.



If any of this sounds familiar, it might be because this isn’t the first time that the Kemsleys have been on screen. The property tycoon and his wife are long-standing members of Bravo’s The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, where they can be found rubbing shoulders with Los Angeles’ elite in their lavish mansion.


In fact, eagle-eyed viewers have already spotted an appearance from the Kemsley’s house guest, former pop star Boy George, in a teaser clip from the new series!



In episode 1, Paul hands over some luxe listings to the contestants and instructs them to host an open house event at a property worth £20 million. And with the life-changing prize of a job at the distinguished Robert Irving Burns up for grabs, will the trainees make a good first impression or crash and burn under the pressure? Guess there’s only one way to find out.


Don’t miss any of the drama when the first episode of Selling Super Houses airs at 9pm on Tuesday 29 August on Channel 4 HD (CH 104/108).


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When is Selling Super Houses on TV?

You can catch the first episode of Selling Super Houses at 9pm on Tuesday 29 August on Channel 4 HD (CH 104/108).

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