Be a Reality TV Star on HGTV

Picture of Author: Rich Barnhart

Author: Rich Barnhart

HGTV My First Sale FloridaBy The Sea Realty is proud to assist HGTV in its search for fun, high-energy, enthusiastic people within 90 minutes of the Miami area who are selling their first place!  Singles, couples and families selling homes of all kinds are all invited and encouraged to apply.

The hit HGTV series “My First Sale” is kicking off its THIRD season, focusing on the trials and tribulations of preparing to sell, pricing/marketing, and ultimately selling your first home.  We’re looking for fun and interesting people who are willing to share their personal and financial struggles during the home-selling process.

Here is how it works: We’ll follow you for approximately 15 shoot days over the course of the process of selling your home.  This real estate rollercoaster could include some of the more stressful days of your life, so if this sounds like fun, please apply!  A modest thank you check for the featured seller(s) and their agent will be awarded. You’ll also receive a DVD copy of your episode, giving you a lasting memory of the process.

The Rules: We CANNOT travel more than 90 minutes (by car) outside of Miami.  Please be sure these distance restrictions work for you (and us)! We will need you to sign a location release form, giving us permission to tape inside your home.  You need to submit an application (request link below) and if your story is chosen, we will contact you and let you know what the next step is!

If this sounds like an exciting, fun experience to you (we think it is!) and you are soon planning on selling your first place then please contact us for an application.

Request Application for My First Sale 

Blog Author:

Rich Barnhart

Rich is the broker and owner of By The Sea Realty and a frequent contributor to the company's real estate blog.

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