Meeting a lovely family at one of my properties this week, it was easy to tell the entire family is a fan of real estate TV.
When asked what they liked about the home and what would they change, they immediately started talking about liking the open concept.
They were ready to move walls, knock the back of the house out, add a great room, a bigger dining room, add an electric loft room (I had to look that one up) an en-suite bathroom and a few other "simple" upgrades.
They love wood floors and when I said there is hardwood under all the carpet... just pull it up.
(BTW I checked before listing the house with my small pair of pliers.)
And then the response. I don't want to do any work...we want a turn-key home.
Hmm...maybe this is why after twenty years...they are still renters.
En-suite...I don't remember hearing that term before "reality" TV.
Could these shows possibly be slowing down the buying process?