The Wall Street JournalBy John Anderson
Aug. 25, 2020
You don’t have to mortgage your soul to sell real estate in the Hamptons, but the stakes are high. Sellers are needy. Buyers are demanding. The commissions are stratospheric. And your co-workers are cutthroats. All of which helps establish “Million Dollar Beach House” as a waterfront property at the low tide of human behavior. And, naturally, a paragon of reality TV.
The East Coast answer to “Selling Sunset,” in which purveyors of high-price properties in L.A. also engage in soap-opera-like antics, the six-episode “Beach...