My First Sale

My First Sale is a television series that airs weekly on HGTV. On this show, people will not be buying their first house. The roles will be reversed, and instead the homeowners will be selling their homes. This time, the story will be told from the seller's point of view. This show gives its viewers an inside look at what all entails the selling of ones first house. The viewers will be there when the homeowners experience the tears, the frustration, the happiness and the joy, that comes with finalizing ones first sale. In these episodes one will see diverse dilemmas that need to be taken care of before the property is sold.

Homeowners will also encounter problems with selling their homes. The problems that will arise on this show include situations such as, a homeowner who wants to sell her house, but encounters problems when she finds out that her neighbor is also selling their house for $30,000 cheaper than her asking price. Another problem that will be visited, is about a couple who is stuck with two mortgage payments because their first house did not sell. Viewers will see homeowners who make renovations to their home, but then was later viewed as being fruitless. And, a homeowner's nightmare will come to life when they receive an offer for their home, but the deal falls through. These are just a few of the topics that will be aired publicly. When one sells their first place this means that the stakes are even higher than when one purchased the home. Each side will try and get the most out of the deal. The sellers want to double the profit and the buyers want to close on a bargain. The pressure will mount for the homeowners as deadlines arrive, decisive decisions must be made, and thousands of dollars are at steak. The critics and the fans alike rave about this new up and coming show.

Thursdays at 08:30 pm on HGTV
6 Seasons, 91 Episodes
March 18, 2010
Cast: David Duffy
My First Sale

My First Sale Full Episode Guide

  • Teri and Matt are sick of their enormous yard and want to downsize to something that doesn't have them working all weekend. They sink nearly $9,000 into upgrades, which draws in potential buyers but no offers.

  • Thaisa and Jerrold want a bigger house for raising their 3 preschool sons. This Charlotte couple resist lowering their price to be competitive with comps, but they learn that the sellers don't dictate the price, the market does.

  • Jenna and Steve love their vintage bungalow home in Florida and especially like the beautiful tropical landscaping in the backyard. But with two little girls and active Labrador Retrievers, the home is quickly becoming too small.

  • A Florida couple gets a last minute wakeup call while trying to sell.

  • Realtor quits after sellers suggest she isn't doing enough to market home.

  • A Florida couple wants a larger home to host their extended family.

  • Selling isn't easy with seven dogs in the house.

  • Staging makes all the difference for a Charlotte home that wouldn't sell.

  • Kelly's a single mom who feels she needs a backyard for her son Ryan. After listing, she finds the would-be-buyers want a yard, too. So, she drops the price, but before any offers, she meets a man who could change everything.

  • With a fiance afraid of heights, Mike must sell his high-rise bachelor pad.

  • Couple faces double mortgages when they buy before selling the first place.

  • Couple hires best friend to be their realtor and sell golf course home.

  • Low appraisal threatens a sale week before a couple's wedding.

  • A Charlotte couple fires one realtor and gets same advice from a new one.

  • First-time sellers want to keep twins out of daycare.

  • Vivian and Arturo love Miami Beach but need a family-friendly home.

  • Single mom, Kate, fights road noise to sell her house.

  • A new job means a couple must live apart to sell their condo.

  • A long commute and a baby on the way prompt a Texas couple to sell.

  • A long wait pays off for a Florida couple after they get a strange request.

  • Disappointed by their realtor, first-time sellers go for sale by owner.

  • Lowball offers threaten to derail a Texan's plan to sell.

  • A Charlotte family is desperate to cut the commute into work and school.

  • A Texas couple wants to sell their house and move to the country. Jennifer and Ronnie dream of life out on the open range in Texas. But their plan hits a snag when they learn the house Ronnie custom built has some major flaws in the eyes of buyers.

  • A couple juggles twins and trying to sell in a tough Dallas market.

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