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“Million Dollar Listing SF”: Fun Foray Into Unreality TV

“Million Dollar Listing SF”: Fun Foray Into Unreality TV

I’ve been enjoying Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing San Francisco. The show is a kick, even if it’s all fake and bears little resemblance to the way the real estate business is done in our city. Who cares? We get to see attractive shots of various San Francisco icons and neighborhood streets, and sexy properties—and the show is way easier to follow than season two of “True Detective.”

Sometimes we get to see actual successful agents dropping in, like Joel Goodrich and Dona Crowder. Otherwise, we’re treated to the scripted antics of three agents named Andrew, Roh and Justin who are playing the roles of “top agents.”

But the writers take a wrong turn on the credibility road in this week’s episode. Out-of-area agent Andrew is tasked with handling a newly renovated, south-of-Cortland Bernal Heights listing at 535 Gates. (The house was actually listed by Amanda Jones at Sotheby’s for $1,595,000 earlier this year, with Roh representing the buyer for a sale price of $1.9M.) Continue Reading

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