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CASTING NOW: HOME-SEEKERS, HOME-FLIPPERS/RENOVATORS!

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Are you a home-seeker, home-flipper or actively finding homes to do renovations on? Have you dreamed of living in a mansion? Want a chance to live in Detroit’s most elite and historic residential neighborhoods? Now is your chance! The city of Detroit is auctioning off mansions that were abandoned during the collapse of the auto industry. Detroit is a thriving city on a major comeback! And now Motor City is auctioning off homes starting at ONLY $1,000! Winning bidders will have 9 months to get their new house up to code. (Out-of-state buyers will need to live in the house after the renovations – or have a tenant move in to the home.)

“BUILDING DETROIT” is a breakthrough new TV series from a MAJOR CABLE NETWORK that is capturing the spirit of the American Dream being brought back to Motor City. If you love a challenge and are seeking a home for your family in a beautiful neighborhood, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Be a real estate pioneer by taking a forgotten, one-of-a-kind, rare house and transforming it into your dream home by restoring it to it’s former glory! This series is the story of Detroit 2.0 and the people dedicated to living out the American dream of home ownership. Recapture what made Detroit and America great and bring back “the neighborhood” that used to define American life.

If you are looking to be a part of the rebuild of Motor City, click the link below & fill out the brief questionnaire to get more information! www.taraannejohnson.com/casting

Casting Director: Tara-Anne Johnson

www.taraannejohnson.com/casting

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/taraannejohnsoncastingandproduction

TWITTER: @TaraCasts

FOLLOW TARA on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/taraannejohnson

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