I like HGTV. I think their shows are timely, relevant, and interesting. A nice combination of education and entertainment centered around a topic that everyone likes to talk about â€“ Real Estate.
Here are some ideas I have for TV programs that I would like to see because as a Philadelphia REALTORÂ®, I encounter a plethora of situations I believe are worthy of their own TV segments:
Buy a Home From Me or Get Out of My Car â€“ A show where buyers who really are not interested in buying get left. mid-tour, at some home.
Lazy Stupid REALTORSÂ® â€“ A show featuring some of the lazy and stupid things REALTORSÂ® doâ€¦ Like advertising an open house, and then not bothering to show up.
Buyers â€“ What Are You, Nuts? â€“ A show where buyers grossly overpay for a home simply because they like the way the home shows and/or because of the cleanliness of the interior.
Sellers â€“ What Are You, Nuts? â€“ A show where sellers want to sell their homes for more than any other house in their ZIP code but aren’t interested in staging or preparing the home for the market.
Yes, You Have to Pay Condo Fees â€“ A show that captures the quizzical looks of buyers when they learn that the Center City condo front doorman doesnâ€™t work for free. Or, that the elevators don’t run on Magic Pixie Dust.
You Want to Buy WHAT?? â€“ A show that features buyers who purchase the polar opposite of what they tell their REALTORÂ® theyâ€™re looking for.
Any Closet is a Walk-In Closet if You Try Hard Enough â€“ A show featuring the silly things that come out of REALTORSÂ® mouths when trying to make a sale.
Fighting Spouses â€“ She wants a Philadelphia condominium; he wants a Center City loft. The differences play out before the cameras!
Parents say the Darnest Things â€“ So eager for their kids to move OUT of the house, parents find a positive side to the worst possible properties on the market!
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