Own a Home in China? You Could Be on TV.

I got an e-mail from a producer for House Hunters International, a show on the Home and Garden TV Network exploring the idiosyncrasies of buying real estate in other countries, and they’re looking for people who live in China to take part in their show. What kind of people? Cool, likeable folks under 50, who have purchased their house in China within the past two years.

People who take part get $1,500 and a DVD of the show as a memento.

If you’re interested in getting involved, you can contact Michelle James (michelle.james (at) leopardfilms.com).

Now, if you’re saying “what is this show?” here’s a quick description:

The production will be a world tour of locales in Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.  Whether Homebuyers are relocating permanently or plan to purchase a vacation or retirement home, HHI is about their personal journey of discovery and the making of life-long dreams.

The series is designed to de-mystify the international home-buying process by going behind the scenes of a house hunt where buyers and their real estate agents tour 3 homes.  Eventually, they make a decision to purchase the one they like best.  The buyers make the big move, and we pay them a visit to see how they are getting on.

At its core, House Hunters International is a travel show.  Each episode of this 26-part series will concentrate on the idiosyncrasies of the locales and what makes them special and different.  A great deal of effort will be made to capture rich visuals and to provide sequences where viewers will be exposed to local vistas, traditions, lifestyles and architecture.

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2 Replies to “Own a Home in China? You Could Be on TV.”

    1. Thanks for the comment, Melanie. LOL, you know, I would probably be worried about the same thing. No, actually I wouldn’t just be worried about the closets, but the entire home. 😉

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