HGTV Canada series Making It Home is currently casting homeowners in Toronto who have a fixer-upper that they are ready to renovate. The show stars real estate agent and interior design expert Kortney Wilson and contractor Dave Wilson who will turn the drab and outdated property into a gorgeous forever home.
Torontonians from Rosedale to the Roncy looking to put their home in the spotlight must have a minimum budget of $125,000 for the project and can move out for the duration of the shoot which can last up to seven weeks. The homeowners must also be willing to hand over control of the project to the show’s expert design and construction team.
The expert team will strategize a renovation that will get the most value and equity out of the fixer-upper, and the design team will add all the perfect finishes and decor to make for a jaw-dropping reveal.
In terms of air time, the homeowners should have a flexible schedule and make themselves available for four days of shooting staggered throughout the course of the project. The show will be featuring homeowners in both Toronto and Nashville, Tennessee where the Wilsons first rose to popularity with their show Masters of Flip.
Projects will begin by March 2021 so if you and your family are outgoing and energetic with fun personalities ready for your 15 minutes of fame, apply at makingithometoronto.castingcrane.com.
Making It Home focuses on families looking to flip their fixer-uppers into forever homes. Kortney and Dave bring their years of flipping expertise to the project and decide the best way to make the home function for the family while getting the most bang for their buck. With the reno projects beginning in March, the new season will likely air later this year on HGTV Canada.