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Couples with a New Home – HGTV Show

Couples with a New Home - HGTV ShowHGTV has a new casting call for a new television series.  Casting directors are searching for couples who have just moved into a new home.  If you are excited to decorate your home but you don’t have the money to do so, this is a great opportunity for you!  Producers are looking for people who are in a new home and willing to go a different route for decorating their new pad.

Did you and your partner just move into a new home?
Are you dying to decorate and style your home – but you blew your budget on buying the house?
Would you be willing to go a different route for decorating your place?

An Emmy award winning production company is looking for couples who just moved into together or recently bought a home!

Send your story to us at dil.casting@gmail.com with your name, contact info, and a short description about you
and your in-laws as well as photos of your home. Please do NOT include any personal or sensitive information in your email (e.g., address, date of birth, driver’s license number, social security number, financial information, etc.)  Apply to the reality TV show casting call asap to be considered for the new series.

13 thoughts on “Couples with a New Home – HGTV Show

  1. My wife a I building a new house and it has been a nightmare 1,000,000 and plus and you name it’s been done wrong from bad paint to alarm wires at windows can’t be used . Because spray foam insulation has stuck them in the walls . Doors installed bad and can’t be locked. Builder has not done a walk thru and said he done HELP NEEDED!

  2. Just moved into a large open concept home, none of my traditional furniture works. Help me with decorating the whole great room. Thanks Heatherkoehli

  3. Hi,
    My husband and I bought a home in the mountains, close to Carter Lake just west of Loveland, Co and Southeast a bit from Estes Park. We need to add a Garage and renovate. The sink is dark brown from 1966. The entire ceiling is knotty pine. We have some money saved, but really need your help and direction. We love HGTV and would be ever so grateful to be on your show. We have been married 28 years, sober 31 years and in love 30 years. Warren just spent 2 years on crutches and off work 8 months. Just after he went back to work Julie had back to back failed hip revisions and is looking at a 4th revision, thankfully by a top Denver Orthopedic Surgeon. We love our 1800 SF ranch with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and hope to move into soon. Please help us materialize our dream and live happily ever after.

  4. I don't know where to turn. We live in Minneapolis St Paul and my husband and I purchased a foreclosed home seven years ago with the intent on finishing it and making some money on it. The prior floors had turned on the water in the middle of the winter and walked out and destroyed the inside of the house. We have gotten to the point where we have taken care of the mold professionally but I fell upon very serious health issues which took all of our money that we had to put into this house. We are living in a home with no sheetrock no kitchen I don't even have a kitchen sink. It has become very very difficult with the disease I am suffering from to live in this home we are looking to find a TV show that might be interested in helping us finish her home. We are desperate for help and don't know where to turn it this point. Thank you so much

  5. My family of five email consists of my husband and two children ages 10 and 2 and my husband's brother age 27. We all have experienced homelessness for years living in motels or staying with friends and family. Hurricane Harvey has brought us to my husband and his brothers home in Orange Texas. We are living in a 1985 motorhome parked in front of the property. We were denied FEMA and are awaiting the application of an SBA loan and can't stay in the house until it has been restored due to black mold. Floors are real bad. Please help us!
    Thank you!
    Stephanie

  6. My family of five email consists of my husband and two children ages 10 and 2 and my husband's brother age 27. We all have experienced homelessness for years living in motels or staying with friends and family. Hurricane Harvey has brought us to my husband and his brothers home in Orange Texas. We are.luving in a 1985 motorhome parked in front of the property. We were denied FEMA and are awaiting the application of an SBA loan and can't stay in the house until it has been restored due to black mold. Floors are real bad. Please help us!
    Thank you!
    Stephanie

  7. Hello there, my husband and I are closing at the end of October on our new home. There is so much we need to do to get the home up to our likes. We like things are different. We are using our wedding money fro May for our home instead of going on a honeymoon. Our lives have both been thru a lot and we now want to be able to enjoy our new home but can't until we fix the things that need to be fixed. This would be the best honeymoon gift ever.

  8. I love your shows and am a huge fan of HGTV!
    For many, the loss of a parent is painful. The loss of a spouse of 65 years can be devastating and overwhelming. My Father passed away a few years ago and now my partner and I are now caring for my 86 year old mother who is suffering from depression and has advanced osteoporosis which makes walking difficult for her. It is a daily challenge, one that is my honor to perform, as I was most decidedly a handful as a child myself so I am compelled to see her happy and surrounded by people who love her.
    Caring for her is full time job and I have had to drop down to working part time and in doing so am feeling the pinch.
    My partner and I just purchased a home for the three of us in Palm Springs and find that with all that is going on in our lives the surrounds are looking tired, drab and a little sad. We don't want a sad home! We would love a dream home.
    A modern, bright and comfortable space would do wonders in lifting ALL our spirits.
    I appreciate your consideration.

  9. Hi we just moved in a home near to Dallas and close to triplet grandkids!
    It was a former rental that needs a lot done in the house and around the pool
    This is to be our last home purchase. È
    We COULD use some help!
    We are a unique and fun couple (at least according to our friends)

  10. Hello…
    My husband & my 2 year old daughter just moved into our first new home.. we are happy to finally own a home however we spend all of our savings in the house & since it's a fixer upper we are struggling to do upgrades. We are slowly trying to just fix The necessary, our home has so much potential. It's a 3 bedroom 1 bath & a huge backyard. So much That can be done. I would be extremely happy & overjoyed to be part of your show. I hope & pray that you give us an opportunity.

    1. Ok so im trying another route, after a year of playing the Florida 100x's the CASH and never winning more then 100 dollars on a thirty scratch off ticket I thought Id have a better chance here.
      Since I was a young teenager I have been obsessed with houses. Back then I would drive around Long Islands north shore and look at all the homes in the most expensive areas.
      I am now 43 and well after watching a house on millionaires row some how I convinced my husband to purchase it.
      Three years of it on and off the market starting at 1.9m then 1.6 and finally 1.3 we went to just look at it. No I never believed we would buy it but I (not the first time) tricked him to meet me there and he didn't know it was to look at a home, we weren't looking and were quit happy where we were at the time.
      So after my indecisive husband kept thinking about the numbers in terms of mortgage taxes utilities and so on I again convinced him to put an offer in.
      We moved in last August, the first week it rained for the first time in Florida for the last 6 months and basically our tiled roof was more like a shower head in most of the rooms of the house. Our inspection company failed to find any issues with the exesting roof. 54,000 dollars later and its now fixed.
      One thing after the other and I would try to keep my husband from thinking he made a bad choice because of me by saying don't worry homey we could sell it now and get the money back no problem, next and still a major headache is our front pond/water feature. When we say the home the first time and when we moved in the water was alway crystal clear. We found out that a company has been taking care of the pool the last 17 years and from the owners own mouth "I said when they sell that house I will never go back. they have been bandaging it for years and Im done with it, sorry". So far we have spent 10,000 and it still isn't working correctly,
      Irrigation all redone, electrical, and the list goes on. 150,000 so far and thats not even updating anything which was our original plan.
      My husband works too much and I feel guilty that I pushed him to do something I should not have. every day I live with guilt. I don't dare tell him still that it was a big mistake but it sure was. I don't want to see him stressed and wish we could sell if but now his parents are selling there house to come move in with us.
      I only want to see him happy and I know that if the list of things were half way done he would feel much better. He is now going to be 42 this month and just last year he finished his education, he has put his life and our marriage on hold to specialize in medicine. I don't mind but he has missed 40 years of things most normal folks do. Studying since he was 7 years old, his neighbor thought his family only had four children and never knew of my husband because he was always in his room studying. I honestly don't know how he did it but he did. I wish I had half of his discipline. One can't tuen back time but they can make the future how they want it.

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