House Hunters International TV show will be in Medellin
Home & Garden TV -HGTV- network will be filming a new episode in Colombia of the popular show House Hunters Internationals. The first city in Colombia chosen by the producers is Medellin and they have plans to make at least another two episodes in Cartagena and Bogota. Shooting will take place in second half of April and the final show is expected to be on air in July 2011.
“Medellin is starting to get attraction from a large and diverse ex-pat population not only from US and Canada but also from different type of investors around the world that have seen the potential of the city, in terms of low cost of living, friendly and open locals, health care, security, accessible and reasonable real estate.” says Mauricio Jaimes , BuyColombiaRealty.com Executive Director, a web-based real estate company specialized in promoting real estate investments in Colombia to international buyers, and who will be acting as the real estate agent for the Medellin show.
House Hunters Internationals is a half-hour documentary style show that features real estate agents and their home-buying clients as they hunt for that perfect new home in a foreign country.
Although House Hunters International show is on air since 2006, this is the first time filming will take place in a Colombian city. It represents a great opportunity to expose the good moment the country currently is experiencing, since it provides exposure to over 97 million households in the United States, as well as several countries around the world, including the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Finland and the Middle East.
In Latin America, particularly in Colombia, the program can be seen on pay cable channel FOX Life.