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erinbliss
House Hunters IS a 30 minute show, with 10 minutes of commercials, that doesn't leave them a lot of time to discuss all the details.
   
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geo55
True. However, Remodeling magazine says a lot of home buyers are misled by what they see on HH and other reality renovation home shows. They set up inexperienced buyers with unrealistic expectations. The process is never that simple nor that easy nor that fast!
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Cindy Stumpo

You are so right. And I had a show on Hgtv Tough as Nails.. watch for enjoyment only.

   

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