How to Watch ‘Listing Impossible’ Online: Live Stream the New Show

By Gabriela Vatu / June 27, 2019

Selling homes is quite difficult, especially if you're trying to sell it at the wrong price or have the wrong features that will not appeal to buyers. Listing Impossible is a new CNBC show that will start airing this summer and will have us go through several roller coasters as the host tries to persuade the sellers that their strategies are wrong. If you want to watch Listing Impossible online, we can give you a few tips.

Listing Impossible is a new CNBC show that will feature Aaron Kirman along with his team. They are going to try to teach homeowners how best to sell their houses. Obviously, there's going to be a lot of head-butting, but we're sure we are going to see some results in the end.

Listing Impossible will premiere on CNBC on July 25th and will air at 10 pm. There are quite a few ways you can watch the show online, and we're going to guide you through it.

How to Watch Listing Impossible online?

We all use the internet day in and day out, and we have come to think that everything we do online gets the same level of freedom. Well, that's not precisely the case for live TV platforms or streaming services because they have to respect licensing deals they have signed. What this means is that you cannot watch your favorite shows if you go abroad. These sites read your IP address to know where you are and will block you off as soon as you are no longer within the United States. Thankfully IP addresses are super easy to change, and you only need to use a VPN service to do it. Therefore, we suggest you subscribe to a VPN platform to get over the blockade. We'll even guide you through the whole process.

Can you Watch Listing Impossible on CNBC's Website?

Yes, CNBC does feature a live stream on its website, but you're going to have to log into an account if you're going to access it. The accounts work with either credential from a cable company or from a live TV service, which makes sense because all CNBC wants to know is that you're paying for a subscription that trickles back some money to them as well. We do suggest you go for a live TV platform, however, because those will help you watch loads of TV online much easier.

How to Watch Impossible Listing Without Cable?

In recent years there has been a rise of loads of live TV platforms to help those who no longer want to watch TV via cable and abide by the restrictions those platforms come with. Live TV services are much cheaper than cable contracts are, which means you're going to save quite a bit of money every month. You also get to enjoy a contract-free relationship, which means that you can unsubscribe to the service whenever you no longer feel like the platform is good enough for you. Plus you get to start watching your favorite TV shows even if you're running late, on the bus, or on vacation; anywhere you go as long as you have at least a smartphone and an internet connection. Let's see which live TV platforms will help you watch Listing Impossible online.

fuboTV - Starting our list is a sports-centric platform called fuboTV. This one only features one bundle of channels nowadays, called fubo, which runs at $54.99 per month. You will find CNBC in the main bundle, but if you want more content you can also add a bunch of premium networks and quite a few channel facts as well.

Sling TV - The list continues with Sling TV, which is one of the most versatile platforms we have encountered. This one provides you with three bundles to choose from, namely Orange, Blue, and Orange+Blue. Currently, there's a deal available that will give you 40% off for the first month for any of the bundles you choose, which is quite significant news. On Sling TV, CNBC can be found in the News pack that goes to the Blue or Orange+Blue bundles, and it'll cost you an extra $5 per month. If you need more content, there are loads of other channel packs you can add, as well as premium networks.

Note: The deal we mentioned is only available for the first month, after which the price will go back to normal, namely $25 per month for Orange and Blue and $40 per month for Orange + Blue

Hulu - The next item on our list is Hulu, which is a platform that has quite a few channels to share. For $44.99 per month, subscribers can get access to thousands of live TV channels, as well as the full video on demand library Hulu has. CNBC is part of the main bundle, so you don't actually need to add any extra things unless you really want to. In fact, there are two bundles available, as well as several premium networks.

YouTube TV - Another excellent option for you is YouTube TV, which is a single-bundle platform. The subscription price covers access to dozens of channels, but also to some really great features such as unlimited Cloud DVR storage space. You will find CNBC in the main bundle because there are actually no extra Channel packs to add. You can, however, add several premium networks if you want more content.

PlayStation Vue - The list continues with PlayStation Vue which is one of our favorite platforms. The service not only offers four bundles to choose from, namely Access, Core, Ultra, and Elite but also comes with some seriously great features such as Cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five simultaneous streams for every subscriber. If you feel the need for more content, there are two channel packs that you can add, as well as several premium networks, including Showtime and HBO.

DirecTV Now - The last platform on our list that will give you access to CNBC is DirecTV Now. This one features seven bundles that you can get. Plus and Max is two bundles that were added earlier this year, while the other five bundles have been around for a long time but simply received a name upgrade and a price change. If you're looking for CNBC, you're going to find it in all in bundles, namely Plus, Max, Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, and Ultimate. If you need more channels to enjoy in your free time, there are two channel packs that you can add featuring Spanish networks, three packs featuring International networks, and plenty of premiums like HBO and Cinemax.

How to Binge-Watch Listing Impossible?

The new show that's going to premiere on CNBC this summer will certainly become available on CNBC's website as soon as the episodes start airing. New episodes will get added shortly after they aired.

You will also likely be able to purchase Listing Impossible episodes or the full season from platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, or Vudu. The links aren't available yet, seeing as the show hasn't aired yet, but they will make their way online soon after. We'll make sure to update with the links when that happens, but you should also make sure to check every one of them because they may have deals running that will get you a better price.

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