Homes Under the Hammer (2003– )

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Follows new and experienced buyers at auctions bidding on usually run down property. And then follows them on there renovation project for either a rental or resale profit or loss.

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Lucy Alexander ...
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Martin Roberts ...
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Follows new and experienced buyers at auctions bidding on usually run down property. And then follows them on there renovation project for either a rental or resale profit or loss.

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6 February 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I like HUTH and find the transformation of the various properties fascinating and really don't mind the over enthusiastic Lucy Alexander (in TV presenter mode) . She used to annoy the hell out of me but I guess I have got used to her. Martin seems to really know what he is talking about and is a pleasant enough presenter. My main gripe is the constant repetition of information - for instance when they go back to see what has happened with a property they run over all the owners details once again. HUTH is really a 30 minute programme stretched out to fill an hour. I imagine it has encouraged a lot of people to attempt the property market with varying results.


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