Selling Tampa viewers all have the same complaint about the show

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Photo credit: Netflix

Selling Tampa is the Selling Sunset spin-off we never knew we needed. More huge houses + more drama = more excitement from us. However, viewers do have one complaint about the Netflix show, and it actually makes a lot of sense.

Like Selling Sunset, Selling Tampa follows a group of agents at the Allure Realty brokerage as they get to work on the Florida market. Still, while plenty of gorgeous houses appear in the show, fans have noticed one thing they're unhappy about: that not many house actually appear to be sold.

Fans have taken to Twitter to share their opinions on the show, and it turns out plenty are saying the same thing.

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

"Is anyone gonna sell a house?" wrote one viewer, while another agreed, adding, "They gonna actually sell any houses?!?"

Another asked, "How many houses did they actually sell on #SellingTampa?" while a fourth viewer wrote, "3 episodes in of #SellingTampa and I ain’t seen one person sell a house yet".

Still, others have said they don't actually mind how many houses are sold on the show as long as there's plenty of drama.

One fan wrote, "Lemme tell you...I loved #SellingTampa. Colony was my fave. Now, did I see anyone actually SELL a house? No. But did they give me the drama and razzle dazzle I needed? Yes!"

Makes sense tbh.

Another agreed, writing, "Okay so besides them needing to sell more houses on this show and me not liking how some things are ran, I loved it overall and need a season 2 #SellingTampa."

Season 2, we're ready when you are.

Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix now.

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