Josh Flagg and his husband, Bobby Boyd, have had a huge construction crew gut renovating a 4,565-square-foot Beverly Hills home that was built in 1928 for months on end. When the process started, the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles mogul was optimistic that it would be done in no time flat, but as the months have rolled on, some frustrations have set in.
"Standing in front of the bones of our 'dream home' and contemplating living in a hotel instead," he wrote in a recent Instagram post that expressed frustration at the process. Let's just say it doesn't look like the renderings quite yet.
Not only has the whole project taken much longer than the couple would like, but Josh just revealed that something wasn't feeling right all around.
"We had some bad juju in our new home so @therealestatewitch came by to cleanse the land and bring some good energy. Architectural Digest, here we come!" he captioned a cute Instagram post featuring a picture of "energy expert" Erika Kita sitting on the floor of his still under-construction home.
Hopefully, the juju is now all good and they can sail into the home stretch of this massive home build.
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