I expected the fallout from the credit crunch would reduce demand for new housing shows and old shows like “Flip this house” Of course I was wrong and television seems to have adapted to the new market conditions quite well.
I predicted the same demise for reality television 10 years ago as well so I’ll stick to valuation and price trends.
HGTV canvassed the blogosphere sending a notice for their new series “Uprooted” which suggests that there is endless material for our national obsession that is housing.
Here are the details if you need them.
HGTV’s new series “Uprooted is looking for high-energy home buyers who are saying goodbye to their hometowns, totally picking-up, and moving to a new place where everything is different. Whether they’re moving from the mountains to the ocean, a major city to the country, or making a move overseas, HGTV wants to hear your story.
We are looking for realtors to feature on the show as they walk their clients through the buying process.
In order to qualify: * You must have begun the closing process on their new home or will be closed mid September ’09 * Your old home must not immediately be occupied (unless current residents would allow filming) * You must not be moving because of retirement or military reasons. * Price range must be between 400k to 1 million.
We are especially looking for families moving to or from one of the following locations:
- New York
- New Mexico
Candidates and realtors who are chosen for the show will receive compensation.
If you want to be on the show e-mail [email protected]
Please include -your contact info and company information -where your clients are moving from -where your clients are moving to -when they are moving