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HGTV's "What You Get for the Money" is coming to CT

by Keri Grogan last modified Jan 04, 2012 12:04 AM
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Casting Call! Do you think you have an amazing house and want to share it on national television?



When May 07, 2007 02:10 PM to
Jun 08, 2007 02:10 PM
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Contact Phone 303-712-3302
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What You Get For The Money ***Comparing home costs and lifestyles across the country How much did you pay for your house? Did you ever wonder what the same money could buy in Miami, Chicago, Austin, or Manhattan? Choose a target price — $200,000, $300,000, $500,000 or $1 million — and find out what you can get in housing markets from coast to coast. That’s the focus of the program, What You Get For The Money, a series airing on both Fine Living and HGTV. We are currently searching for homes in Connecticut to feature on the program! In each episode we meet three homeowners in three different cities with only one thing in common — the price of their homes. We might visit a studio apartment in San Francisco that costs the same as a six-bedroom mansion in San Antonio, or a Chicago fixer-upper equal in value to a beautiful suburban home in Atlanta. Each show also will feature realtor showings of homes for sale in other cities that share the same cost. As every realtor will tell you, it’s location, location, location, and zip code makes all the difference. We are searching for homes valued between $200,000 and $1 million to feature on What You Get For The Money. The owner(s) should be outgoing and comfortable being on camera and talking about the value of the home. The houses can be of any architectural style, but the interiors should be clean, stylish, and “magazine-ready.” The style can be as modern as Dwell or as eclectic as Metropolitan Home, House & Garden, and House Beautiful. If you think your house is a good match for the show, contact Keri Grogan at 303-712-3302 or email to have your home considered for the program.




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