Monday, December 28, 2009
Although I'd love to move, somewhere in the country (or to a mountain in Vermont), we have no plans to do so any time soon. We have kids to put through college, after all, and moving would put a huge dent in the budget. But I do love looking at the houses out there, seeing what other people like and dislike. Sometimes I agree, sometimes not. One thing I always find humorous is how hard realtors will work to make a sale. Every dislike seems to be "an easy fix." And one thing that always drives me nuts is when a buyer can't overlook paint color.
So until I can put a For Sale sign out front, I'll be content to watch HGTV. And dream a little bit...
Posted by Heather Webber at 6:53 AM
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You could've just written, "The kids are ruining my good time."ReplyDelete
Have u seen that reality show called "Million Dollar Listing" on Bravo?ReplyDelete
At first I couldn't stand the guys on it, but it grew on me and now it's my sick guilty pleasure,lol
Bella, it's a guilty pleasure for me too. I just can't get over how much money they make. And that one guy's hair. $600 for that "cut"???? Gasp.ReplyDelete
Heather, I'm a huge HGTV fan of all those shows, too. The Chicago Tribune ran a story about the "behind the scenes" with House Hunters (they've been doing a lot of shows in the Chicago area recently). Of course I knew it wasn't all that easy (I've tried to buy a house, and the process is nothing like they show). It was interesting to read what was staged and how they stage it.ReplyDelete
Shel, I'd love to see that article. I've always wondered how they staged that show. Do you know if it's online?ReplyDelete