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Jonathan Silver Scott,
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Tarek El Moussa,
Christina El Moussa,
Taylor El Moussa
House Hunters International is a fascinating show that takes you to the far corners of the world. Recently we saw residential properties (buy and/or rent) in Australia, Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, Spain, Iceland, etc.
You get a chance to see these far flung places and also get a peek at the real estate market. The maps and the videos are very informative.
Unfortunately the show has a formula that grows old over time. In addition, all the real estate agents have an annoying habit of never listening to the prospective buyers/renters, but this probably makes for a better show. In reality, these agents wouldn't last very long.
The 2 or 3 month follow-up is always positive, which suggests some heavy editing. Did no one ever go wrong?
Putting aside the problems with the format, the show is definitely worth viewing for anyone interested in how the rest of the world looks.
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