Here's the Truth About HGTV's 'My Lottery Dream Home'

Here's the Truth About HGTV's 'My Lottery Dream Home'

2020/07/07

A realtor who helped HGTV's My Lottery Dream Home pair some lottery winners with their dream homes revealed that when HGTV contacted the owner of a Syracuse, New York house the winners were looking at during their home search, the seller "actually thought it was a joke," realtor Erica Laquidara told Utica radio station Big Frog 104. "But they showed up." Ultimately, said Laquidara, the home was sold — but not to the lottery winners, who decided to instead buy another home in the area. 



Guiding these newly wealthy folks to the right home is no easy feat, as Bromstad explained to AOL. "It's hard to fulfill because they're still starry eyed about winning millions of dollars," Bromstad admitted. "When it comes down to style and location, though, it's hard to get what they like or what they want out of them."


The trick, added Bromstad, is to "get the most possible information out of them as I can." He continued, saying, "That's probably the hardest part, honestly, is trying to figure out their style and showing them things that keep us viewer-conscious."















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