The new season of Bravo's hit real estate-themed reality show has landed in the city by the Bay.
Following multiple seasons set in Los Angeles and New York, "Million Dollar Listing San Francisco" premieres Wednesday night on Bravo.
The series centers on the work of and fiery interactions between three real estate agents (Justin Fichelson, Andrew Greenwell and Roh Habibi) who sell residential properties in the Bay Area, from San Francisco to the Napa Valley.
"It's almost like a postcard for the city," Andrew Freeman, a restaurant and hospitality consultant who sold his San Francisco condo on an upcoming episode airing in August, told NBC Bay Area. "I think it is definitely going to show how amazing San Francisco is as a place to live."
In advance of the premiere, two of the shows stars, Fichelson and Greenwell, starred in video tutorials of how to dress in San Francisco. Greenwell, for example, stresses the importance of having the right yacht outfit, while Fichelson shows off an array of outfits, including a "Sunday casual at Dolores Park" number that costs $700.