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Selling a home in 2020 is a tricky business. With so many resources at their fingertips, buyers these days are as savvy as ever. The longer your home sits unsold on the market, the more money you risk losing on the sale. But even with modern technology and information at the push of a button, one thing about homes has held true – your house has to look AMAZING to buyers – in online listings and in person – to achieve full value. So what can you do if your home is just stalled on the market with no offers? You send Tanya Memme to the rescue. In an all new season of the beloved A&E series Sell This House, Tanya dives into the problem homes of desperate sellers to get their houses SOLD. With so many options just a click away, prospective buyers are picky and skipping over potential gems, sometimes before even attending the Open House. By covertly filming open houses, Tanya and her team take on the residential reclamations by showing the sellers what buyers are really seeing and saying, and then hustling to fix the issues before the next open houses. With a ticking clock and thousands of dollars on the line, Tanya will have to get busy fast in order to sell this house!
Tanya heads to Austin, Texas, to see if she can unmask a problem home's hidden charm; online photos show a crisp and clean space, but in person, the house is a total mess, and has gotten zero offers after being on the market for 120 days.
For over 160 days, buyers have passed by this beauty online and in person because of the boring beige walls, questionable personal touches throughout the home, and the confusing backyard. Host Tanya Memme and the team only have two days to depersonalize and add the pizzazz this home needs to blow buyers away.
After dozens of showings, a Texas home has struck out with buyers for over 90 days; the home lacks curb appeal, and the interior feels dated and dark; host Tanya Memme and her team must revitalize the property.
Tanya helps rescue a first responder and his wife who are selling their Pennsylvania digs and retiring cross-country; the problem is, the couple have already purchased their Pacific Northwest retirement home and are tapping into their nest egg.
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