Real Estate 101 TV on KVOS
Real Estate and developments make Vancouver headlines constantly for good reason. We have the highest housing prices in Canada, one of the highest rental rates and a loyal following of development fanatics. Presenting KVOS’s Real Estate 101 TV, running each Sunday, featuring everything about real-estate-savvy Vancouver.
“One-part reality television, one-part lifestyle talk show, one-part investigative biography, Real Estate 101 TV will change the way people think about real estate,” Co-host, Crystal Carson shared. “Maggie and I will be taking the city by storm and showing the reality of real estate. We’re going to be answering every question you’ve ever had about real estate.”
Hosted by media personality Crystal Carson, and radio and TV broadcaster Maggie Cox. The dynamic duo will interview big-name real estate and development moguls and trailblazers. Feature segments go behind-the-scenes at the new BC Place Stadium and interview development industry leaders like David Podmore of Concert Properties and world-famous architect James Cheng, to the visionaries behind the Woodward’s project in downtown Vancouver.
With Real Estate 101 TV, Crystal Carson combines her unique blend of media, fashion, and real estate experience to blow the lid off real estate myths and help homebuyers and sellers navigate through an array of complex decisions. All the while, featuring some of the hottest trends in real estate.
The television series focuses on providing industry advice to help homebuyers and sellers gain an advantage in today’s competitive real estate market. Each episode features a “Real People, Real Problems” reality-based segment which showcases the real stories and real solutions behind common real estate problems.
Real Estate 101 TV runs Sundays at 7:00pm and repeats Tuesdays at 9:30am on KVOS.
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