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Buy Beverly Hills, branded the “latest real estate occu soap,” is now available on Netflix. The recently launched reality TV show focuses on the staff and clients of The Agency, which was founded in Beverly Hills, California by Mauricio Umansky. Mauricio and his two children, Farrah Brittany and Alexia Umansky, are the main characters of the series. The three are not new to the world of reality television. They previously played in RHOBH (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) with Kyle Richards. The Beverly Hills purchase also includes the agents who work with Mauricio at The Agency.

Ben Belack, who has been with The Agency for six years, is one of them. He is Director Residential Estates of the Agency. According to his company description, he is constantly on the move and “keeps his finger on the pulse of the market and makes sure he is aware of all available stock, both publicly traded and off-market.”

Buying Beverly Hills’ Ben Belack was in Jane the Virgin and Veronica Mars.

Ben’s self-described “claim to fame,” according to his Netflix profile, is that he is one of The Agency’s most social media aware agents. He has about 24k Instagram followers. In Beverly Hills, he is also number 16. In addition to working for The Agency, Ben appears to have his own company called The Ben Belack Group, where he employs others. His firm promises to “represent the largest properties in the region with outstanding competence and the most advanced technology available today.

The website also claims that they offer its customers “absolute privacy and security, speed and efficiency”.

According to his website, the Buying Beverly Hills star has been involved in real estate transactions totaling more than $250 million. He is currently in his tenth year in the real estate industry. Ben’s clientele also includes some of the most well-known names in the entertainment world. Ben grew up in the hospitality industry and now works as a sommelier at the “highest level of countless Michelin star restaurants”. Ben describes himself as “patient, thoughtful, goal-oriented and collaborative” on his Instagram profile.

His Instagram account has posts about his offers, videos of him giving advice, images of him with his fiancée Amanda York and other content. He also labeled his highlights, including information about his team, travel, home visits, tours and publicity.

Ben Belak

The Buying Beverly Hills star also has his own YouTube channel, which has more than 5,000 followers. He also got about 1,200,577 views on his YouTube account. Ben’s distinctive value is rooted in his “extensive background as a service professional”. In terms of relationships, Ben now sees his Agency colleague Amanda York. Ben has previously guest-starred on popular TV shows such as Jane the Virgin and Veronica Mars. He now ranks 107th in California and 275th in the United States.


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