Are you thinking about moving to Laurel? You could be cast on Home Town, get to know Ben & Erin, and – most importantly – get to call our sweet small-town home!
Just for you, we reached out to our friends at HGTV and RTR Media to give you all of the inside info about what it takes to be on the show! Here’s what they had to say:
How to apply to be cast on HGTV’s Home Town
“When it comes to applying to be on Home Town, be prepared to sell yourself! We’re looking for outgoing characters who love to tell a good story and are passionate about wanting to live in Laurel.
The process is pretty simple if you’re interested in being on the show – just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. That’s it! Well… not really, but it’s a darn good start.”
What HGTV needs to know about you:
“In the email, we’d love to know a little about yourself, your family and why you’re moving to Laurel. We’d also like to know if you’ve recently bought a house, or have your eye on one or don’t know where to start and need some help. We are looking for homes of all types, shapes, and sizes in Laurel and require that you have a renovation budget that fits the needs of your new home. Let us know what you’re looking for in your new home!”
The Home Town casting process:
“If your story sounds like a good fit, we’ll have you fill out an application form, and that’s when the excitement really begins. Since every situation is different, it could be the casting process takes 6 weeks or it could be 6 months. The amount of time depends on many factors and we’ll work those out together. For that reason, we encourage everyone to reach out and let us know the who, what and whens of their move to Laurel.”
Apply to be on Home Town today!
Send an email right now to email@example.com to see if you might be a good fit for Home Town!
Be sure to include:
- Your story – tell them all about yourselves!
- Why are you moving to Laurel?
- Are you looking for a Laurel home, or recently purchased one?
- Do you have a budget for the renovations your home needs/may need?
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