Raleigh real estate agents highlight Triangle homes on brand-new HGTV program:: WRAL.com
Raleigh, N.C.– The Raleigh property market will quickly remain in the nationwide spotlight thanks to a regional couple who are wanting to shed much more light on the terrific homes in the Triangle.At first, Ashley and Jed Gronewalk thought the e-mail asking if they desired to take part in a truth show was a scam.’He stated in the e-mail
,’I guarantee this is legitimate,'” Jed Gronewalk said.A year and a half later on, the whirlwind has actually finally come cycle after the pilot for the program, called “He Sells, She Sells” debuted Saturday on HGTV.
“It’s been pretty crazy. The entire procedure is a little surreal,” Jed Gronewalk said.The Gronewalks-a couple duo- are realty agents in the Triangle. Camera crews followed them around for about 7 weeks.
“We both bring financial investment residential or commercial properties to the table. I bring my choice home, he brings his option house and we aim to sell each other on the very best home,” Ashley Gronewalk explained of the show’s premise.The couple then chooses on a home and joins together to refurbish it. When it’s all said and done, the person whose home was chosen needs to put it on the marketplace.” The ‘He Sells, She Sells ‘title is quite suitable due to the fact that, whether it’s what we’re going to purchase the supermarket or exactly what house we’re going to renovate, we pretty much have to offer each other on whatever, “Jed Gronewalk said.The couple stated Saturday’s best was simply a pilot episode and the network will now choose if the show will end up being a routine series.Whatever occurs, they stated they’re grateful they got the opportunity to put themselves out there and highlight the Triangle real estate market.”I believe we’re just delighted that we had the opportunity and now we simply require some persistence to sit and wait and hoping we get someplace with it,” Jed Gronewalk said.The Gronewalks said the pilot episode will likely air a few more times on HGTV before the network makes a decision
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