Canadian reality TV show can help with that inherited fixer-upper

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THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Have you inherited a fixer-upper in the last couple of years? If so, Vancouver-based Anaid Productions would like to hear your story.

The producers of reality TV series like X-Weighted and The Liquidator are casting subjects for the second season of a new renovation/real estate TV show which will see homeowners who make the cut given a major home renovation and makeover with the help of the experts provided by the show.

The production company hasn't said what the name of the show will be or when the first season will air.

Anaid Productions sent out a similar call last fall in Kamloops and the Okanagan.

If you want to take part, send your contact information, photos of the subject property and the story of behind the property to casting@anaid.com.

Anaid is also casting in Ontario for the production.


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