'Million Dollar Beach House': Meet Hampton’s youngest and exclusive real estate brokers in Netflix reality show

From appeasing sellers who are unhappy with home staging to cutthroat open houses where agents go after each other’s clients, the series has all the views, schmooze and brokers with a lot to lose


                            'Million Dollar Beach House': Meet Hampton’s youngest and exclusive real estate brokers in Netflix reality show
'Million Dollar Beach House' (Netflix)

Calling all 'Selling Sunset' fans! If you were a fan of the reality show, then there's no doubt you'll be binging on this one too. 'Million Dollar Beach House' promises to be a sassy real-estate reality drama that you probably need in your life right now. However, instead of West Coast listings, we'll be checking in on the Nest Seekers, which caters to clients vying for some of the hottest properties in the nation: the Hamptons in Long Island. Get ready for some intense squabbling between the brokers, fun parties and mud-slinging.

According to Netflix, the first season will chronicle the summer months of the Hamptons and focus on five brokers. The synopsis reads, "Million Dollar Beach House is a bird’s eye view into the day-to-day life of the Hampton’s youngest and most exclusive group of real estate agents, documenting their private lives and posh coastline listings. With 2,500 realtors working the Hamptons market, earning a listing is fierce competition. Nest Seekers reps to-die-for, multi-million-dollar properties and not without personal drama between agents. Throughout the series, five brokers hustle from Memorial Day to Labor Day to buy and sell properties for their clients. From appeasing sellers who are unhappy with home staging to cutthroat open houses where agents are going after each other’s clients, Million Dollar Beach House has all the views, all the schmooze, and brokers with a lot to lose."

If the drama doesn't satisfy you, you can sit back and look at some breathtaking mansions and cry in envy....just like the rest of us, watching the show.

Meet the brokers:

JB Andreassi

JB Andreassi (Netflix)

 

JB, as he is called on the show, was exposed to designing and building from an early age. His father is a local developer who has built a multitude of homes since the early '90s. In the early stages of his career, JB worked for four years at the National Hockey League. As part of the business development team, he was responsible for tens of millions of dollars of corporate partnership assets. In 2016, he left the League to join the Related Management Group. As an employee of one of the biggest real estate development firms in the world, JB learned real estate knowledge about selling and development in the Washington DC and Manhattan markets.

James Giugliano

James Gugliano (Netflix)

 

James Giugliano was born and raised in Southampton. A Business Management major, he has experience in business planning, marketing and negotiation.

Michael Fulfree

Michael Fulfree (Netflix)

 

Before starting his Hamptons real estate sales career, Mike had an immensely successful international modeling career modeling for Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Diesel Jeans, Frankie Morello and Alexander McQueen.

Peggy Zabakolas Esq

Peggy Esq (Netflix)

 

Peggy is said to be a "leading force" in the real estate industry. Peggy’s rise in real estate is not a surprise. Born in Queens, and raised on Long Island, she graduated from Hofstra University Zarb Business School. Following college, she worked in commercial real estate before going to law school.

Noel Roberts

Noel Roberts (Netflix)

 

Noel works with individuals, investors and developers interested in the Hampton's most coveted properties. As the Head of Nest Seekers Private Client, a boutique practice within the brokerage, Noel focuses on high net-worth individuals, their families, family offices, C-Suite executives, athletes and entertainers.

'Million Dollar Beach House' will stream on Netflix on Wednesday, August 26.

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