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Netflix Shares First Look at New “Selling Sunset-”Style Show, “Buying London”: Watch

The series, releasing in May, follows luxury agent Daniel Daggers and his team at DDRE Global

<p>Netflix/Youtube</p> Daniel Draggers in Netflix

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Daniel Draggers in Netflix's preview of 'Buying London'

Netflix is giving fans of Selling Sunset a London-based spin on reality TV.

On Thursday, the streaming platform shared a first look at Buying London, which follows agent Daniel Daggers, who launched his own luxury real estate business to "revolutionize the industry" in England.

In a new two-minute preview, the longtime agent — who refers to himself as Mr. Super Prime — gives a rundown of his personal history, as well as his current ambitions for his independent agency DDRE Global.

"I've sold over 5 billion pounds worth of property to the rich and famous," Daggers said in the video, which shows glimpses of expensive properties, massive pools and pricy cars. "Some people might describe me as the best agent that has ever lived, some people. My mom."

"For decades, the luxury property market has been dominated by large companies, who are stuck in their ways," Daggers added in the clip. "The big organizations tend to employ the cliché real estate agent. Old school money, went to the right universities, they look the same, act the same. There's a few of them wearing jumpers around their shoulders."

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But as Daggers explained in the preview, he wants to put an end to that. After his 25 years in the industry, 12 of which he spent in "big corporate," he's since founded his own independent agency DDRE Global which the series is set to follow.

According to its website, the agency has around 20 employees and offers services such as renting, buying, acquisition, and negotiation — referring to itself as a "people-first business."

"We're a small independent agency but I believe London is ready for industrial change. So I put together a team of talented agents who are hungry as hell to take on the competition," Daggers said in the video.

"My reputation and all my money is on the line. But in the story of David Vs. Goliath, it's David that wins. Or is it Daniel? It could be Daniel, actually."

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A synopsis from Netflix, which announced the series last week, notes that Daggers and his team "set out to conquer the super prime high-end real estate market from the prestigious streets of Mayfair to the exclusive enclaves of Holland Park" and follows them "as they navigate the intricacies of their personal lives as well as striving to make their mark in the glamorous world of luxury real estate."

Daggers' LinkedIn notes that he began working for a small independent firm in 1997 at just 17 years old, before working at Knight Frank from 2007-19. His account boasts $5.5 billion in real estate sales.

Buying London arrives on Netflix in May.

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