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House Hunters International

By Clogsandtulips @clogsandtulips
House Hunters International House Hunters International House Hunters InternationalThe following is a "casting call" looking for North Americans moving into homes outside of the US. If this describes you, I urge you to go ahead and submit yourself for the program. Fellow expat Russell from In Search of a Life Less Ordinary recently participated and we plan on doing so as well... as soon as we find a house to buy. Read on for more information:
I'm a casting assistant in New York for a popular show about people relocating outside North America. It's called House Hunters International and airs on the Home & Garden cable network (HGTV).
We are casting people for this show right now and I was wondering if you or anyone you know would be interested in participating.
Our show tells the story of a family or couple who have purchased property outside of their native country . The purpose of the show is to demystify the process of moving and living abroad. You can learn more about our show and watch episodes here: http://www.hgtv.com/house-hunters-international/show/index.html or here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hety7cF7k0g
Putting together an episode with you would be a real treat for our audience and it's a lot of fun for you too. Contributors to the show get a nice keepsake shot in HD video and also receive compensation for your time and efforts.
If you or anyone you know is interested in learning more, please contact me directly. Thank you in advance for your prompt feedback on this. Have a wonderful day!
Best Regards,
127 East 26th Street, New York, NY 10010. +1 212 843 2821
[email protected]
Photo: House Hunters International

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