Why the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is so expensive

A new reality show is getting rave reviews on social media, but its producers are claiming it’s costing them millions in rental fees.

A new reality series, Real Housewife of Beverly Hill, is being billed as the cheapest of all housewives, with no rental fees, a lot of time off work, and access to the latest technology, according to Bravo.

“We have no financial ties to Real House of Beverly and have no intention of paying any rent,” Bravo said in a statement.

“We want to create a reality that is both affordable and fun, and we think it will do just that.”

While the producers claim to have paid $4.5 million in rent in the past year, that’s not necessarily accurate, according the real estate website Realtor.com.

Realtor says that, according its research, real estate agents charge anywhere from $2,000 to $3,000 per square foot for their properties, but the realtor.net says that they can easily double that with a home equity loan.

In a statement, Real Estate Agent of the Year Michael K. Dittmar said, “Real estate agents are the backbone of the realtors business.

With that said, we are aware that we may have to pay rent that we don’t receive in the form of commissions.

We have no plans to charge rent for our agents’ services.”

While Real House is being hailed as the lowest-priced show in the history of Bravo, the reality starlet’s current show, Real Love, is charging $4,400 per week, according Realtor, which also notes that it has “no financial ties” to the show’s producers.

The Real Love team, which includes former Bachelor star Sammi Kallman and Real Houseguest, has claimed that the show is “free to do what you want and we are not bound by the rules of the show.”

Real Housewives are not the only women to make it to Bravo, with a third season of the reality show, Housewives, scheduled to air later this year.

The reality show stars some of the most successful women in America, and has also become a hit in the ratings, having become the second highest rated reality show on Bravo, behind Only Fools and Horses.