Sell This House is a reality television series that started airing on the A&E television network in 2003. Host Tanya Memme and designer/home stager Roger Hazard help homeowners who are having trouble selling their houses.
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Tanya Memme ...  Herself - Host / ... 171 episodes, 2003-2011
Roger Hazard Roger Hazard ...  Himself - Designer / ... 168 episodes, 2003-2011
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Sell This House is a reality television series that started airing on the A&E television network in 2003. Host Tanya Memme and designer/home stager Roger Hazard help homeowners who are having trouble selling their houses. First, cameras are set up to record prospective buyers' reactions in a one-day open house, followed by Memme showing and discussing the comments with the homeowners. Afterwards, Hazard makes his evaluation. He, Memme, the sellers, and their friends and family then work to stage the house, fixing, minimizing or hiding any problems he has found, on a budget of a few hundred dollars. This generally involves painting, removing excess clutter and personal items, and rearranging furniture. Finally, the same potential buyers are brought back for a second walkthrough. In 2011, for season 9, the show's name was changed to Sell This House: Extreme and the format expanded to one hour. Construction expert Charlie Frattini and designer Daniel Kucan joined the cast. Written by Ian Cranston

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sell this house when you need results.

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Good ideas and common sense
23 June 2007 | by coco-121See all my reviews

I agree that the potential buyers (?) are terribly shallow (as are the guys who watch the show just to see Tanya), but the point that the show's producers are trying to make is that people buy with their emotions. I just bought a new house, after looking at several dozen, and first impressions make a big impact. If I walked into a house that was dark, in disrepair, cluttered and dirty, I rarely wanted to look any further. If I got a creepy feeling upon entering the house, that feeling usually intensified as the tour continued. Clean floors and walls, open space and light all made a good impression. I don't always agree with some of the colors Roger picks, but I cannot deny that the rooms look much more appealing after he does his work. Tanya's contribution as eye candy for the fellas apparently works. The value of the show is what you learn about playing your audience when selling your home. People don't want to see YOUR things; they want to imagine themselves living in the house. Roger makes that happen by getting rid of distractions and showcasing the selling points. He's got a gift.


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