Geneseo Featured House Hunters Episode Finally Aired. What Did You Think?
Well my nearly 20+ minutes of fame has come and gone, but what a ride! It's been six months since the HGTV House Hunters crew swept in from California to shoot the local episode. It seems like an eternity since we had warm summer weather for touring homes.... And I'll be honest, that week, it was darn right HOT! Fast forward to January 28th, and a 5 degree winter night with friends and family at Ember Woodfire Grill in Livonia, and it was over in a snap of your fingers.
It was a tremendous experience and lots of fun. Many people have asked if I would do it again and I have to say, yes. It's obviously a great opportunity for me to get exposure for my Real Estate business. Furthermore, I hope it allows potential home buyers the understanding of having a Real Estate expert help them navigate this complex, emotional, and financially critical process. The beauty of my services for buyers, is that it is FREE! That's right! Many home buyers do not necessarily realize that they don't pay for my services. I am compensated by the sellers commission upon the sale of their home.
But enough about that experience, I know many want to talk about the show. Heather and Joe were a pleasure to work with. They really are a fun couple with great personalities that I thought came through on the show. Everyone asks about Joe, and he is funny and outspoken just like everyone saw on the show. He and Heather have great rapport, but as everyone saw, Heather wields plenty of power in the relationship. She got the center entrance colonial in Henrietta she wanted, not Joe's contemporary "Cameron's House from Ferris Bueller's Day Off" home in Mendon. I have also had so many others comment on that beautiful home in Mt. Morris, including a couple of inquiries from California. So, did they make the right choice? Tell us what you think.