New Season of HGTV's "Real Estate Intervention" Offers Homeowners Fresh Advice For Successful Home Sales
New York, N.Y. [For Immediate Release - June 10, 2011] HGTV's popular series Real Estate Intervention will return for a new season on Tuesday, June 14, at 9 p.m. ET/PT to help families in Philadelphia, Dallas and San Francisco sell their homes in today's real estate market. During the show, Realtors Mike Aubrey, Richard Kuhr and Julie Provenzano will offer valuable advice and candid feedback to homeowners that are trying to sell. While the Realtors take the unsuccessful home sellers on a tour of similar properties and help them assess the competition, professional home-stager Cora Sue Anthony will redesign the home's common areas to create a polished-and profitable-home makeover.
In the premiere episode, the Yoshimura family needs to sell their condo that's been on the market for three years. After Richard expresses to Cora Sue the issues involved with selling the home including an outdated kitchen, animals in the bedroom and lack of organization within the home, they decide to tackle the project and give a new found character to the home.
After a review of the homeowner's real estate challenges and a tour of other for-sale homes in the neighborhood, Richard advises them to reduce their price in order to get the property sold. Meanwhile, Cora Sue steps in to organize the home, rearrange the furniture and create a more cohesive space that will appeal to potential buyers. After adding splashes of color to the walls, natural elements and enhancing the home's vintage detail, the Yoshimura's are confident in their new space and ready to place it back on the market for the appropriate price.
In a future episode, viewers meet the Goldies, who have accumulated lots of belongings over the years due to the growth of their family. Cora Sue comes to their rescue and creates a sense of order, making their home more appealing to potential homebuyers.
HGTV, America's leader in home and lifestyle programming, is distributed to more than 99 million U.S. households and is one of cable's top-rated networks. HGTV's website, HGTV.com, is the nation's leading online home-and-garden destination, which attracts an average of more than 5 million unique visitors per month.