The documentary series Buying Beverly Hills follows Mauricio Umansky and his daughters Farrah Brittany and Alexia in a format similar to Netflix’s Selling Sunset.
Get ready to make room for the new, more dramatic real estate agency on Netflix.
This is the first time that the offices of the agency created by Mauricio Umansky (yes, that Mauricio from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) and his family will be open to the public eye.
Who is Farrah Brittany?
On October 31, 1988, Farrah Brittany Aldjufrie was born; the following year, Kyle wed Guraish Aldjufrie, an Indonesian real estate magnate, at the tender age of 18. The pair apparently divorced in 1992, after splitting up two years earlier.
Kyle and Guraish’s friendship has endured, and the two continue to spend the holidays together with their families. Farrah said, “He’s very tight with my mom and Mauricio, like they’re wonderful, amazing, fantastic buddies.” It’s been said of me, “I have two dads; they reared me.”
The renowned real estate agent received his liberal arts education at New York University and his business education at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.
At the same time, she was completing her bachelor’s degree in psychology, she co-founded The Agency and assumed the role of director of client relations.
Farrah was ranked number 66 on the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of the 500 most influential persons in the city in 2018.
Since the start of her career 11 years ago, the reality personality has contributed to the closing of approximately $396 million in total transactions.
Farrah is engaged to Alex Manos
On that fateful day in 2021, November 29th, Alex proposed to his longtime lover. He declared, “Got engaged to my dearest friend/ride or die.”
Alex had been a regular on Farrah’s Instagram for at least two years prior to the engagement, however, it is unclear how long they had been dating before that.
The auto enthusiast started the Beverly Hills Car Club, which specializes in selling historic cars. Alex’s interest in restoring classic European automobiles was the seed from which the company grew. “Like most buyers, I can get very obsessive about selecting the correct car, which takes precedent over everything else,” he said.
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