Gear up for moving by watching HGTV

Gear up for moving by watching popular TV shows for homebuyers and homeowners
Home & Garden Television, more commonly called HGTV, has something for everyone—especially those who are looking to buy, sell or fix up their new or old home. In fact, the format of House Hunters has proved so popular, it’s inspired spinoffs such as House Hunters International, Island Hunters, Houseboat Hunters, House Hunters: RV, and Tiny House Hunters among other related shows.

If you’re ready to become buy a place of your own, you’ll want to tune into Property Virgins which follows the agony and ecstasy of first-time homebuyers.

In the Canadian home design show Love It or List It, Designer Hilary Farr and Realtor David Visentin help homeowners determine whether they should stay in their newly-renovated residence or sell it. Other Canadian home-improvement programs include Income Property starring Real Estate Investor Scott McGillivray and Property Brothers starring twins Jonathan and Drew Scott who turn shacks into showcase homes.

Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper also help homeowners remodel their digs, while Real Estate Agents Tarek and Christina El Moussa find foreclosed homes and fix them up to sell at a profit for their own in Flip or Flop. To learn more about remodeling and renovation, check out Nicole Curtis in Rehab Addict.

No doubt these programs will get you in the mood to move. Once you find your dream home (or fixer-upper), contact Golan’s Moving and Storage to help you make the transition since this Chicago moving company has been successfully handling local, national and international moves for nearly 25 years.