The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3 Review

May 25, 2023 (Last updated: Yesterday)
Amanda Guarragi 3
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The best aspect of the series is that there’s so much love within the Kretz family that it doesn’t feel too excessive with the homes they do find for others.

Here is our review of the Netflix reality series The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3, which does not contain spoilers.

Season 3 of The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties is just as strong as the other seasons because it leans on the power of family. The Kretz family may help people get these gorgeous dream homes, but they truly do want to help people.

Watching them search for these incredible homes with big names is interesting. Even though the homes are expensive and the people watching the series couldn’t even imagine owning a home like that, it’s still nice to see others get what they want.

The drive and completion of goals make this a compelling series.

The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3 Review

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

In one episode, Martin helps a family move from Hong Kong to Paris, and in another, Valentin and Louis go to London to help pro footballer Alphonse Areola get his dream home.

There’s a nice mixture of different clients who have their own stories, and that’s why season three has a lot of nice moments.

Is The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3 Good or Bad?

Reality series about selling homes or flipping homes, or even rebuilding them from the ground up to make a dream home have become very popular. This French series is a bit different and is good because it brings people from various countries into Paris.

It’s more of an international series than purely static within one country like a Selling Sunset. Sure, the drama is fun, but this showcases what it’s like to actually purchase a home in today’s economy.

It feels more glamorous because of how the French conduct themselves and the clients they acquire. Even the homes they sell are high quality, and it’s incredible to see the price difference for some.

Is The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3 Worth Watching?

If you’ve been a fan of the previous seasons, then season three does stay on brand and explores many avenues for homeowners. It’s definitely worth the watch for the family environment alone and how they all work together and celebrate their wins. It’s more of helping each other and not in competition with one another.

CEO Olivier Kretz and his wife Sandrine established their agency in 2007 and later brought their sons into the family business. Even though they do have high-end clients, it’s still incredibly grounded because of the connection to the family. There is a lot of excess in spending and the extravagance of the homes we see, but it’s almost acceptable because it feeds into the idea of the “dream home.”

What did you think of the Netflix reality series The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3? Comment below.

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3 thoughts on “The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 3 Review

  • May 27, 2023 at 4:01 am

    I love the family and the homes but I hate the music.

  • May 28, 2023 at 1:50 pm

    Great series! I wish there were more episodes/season! Better than most reality shows due to the family. Reading subtitles is a bit, but worth it 4.7/5

  • May 30, 2023 at 4:18 am

    I LOVE this show. I now understand the French culture..,or more so..This family seems very grounded and unpretentious though they are selling premium properties…When does the next series start. I can’t wait…The Mother and Father live in Brazil now!!!…I didn’t see that coming…The background rap music is disconcerting….

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