Watch me on HGTV’s House Hunters!
A new South Lake Tahoe couple brought along a little something special on their recent home search — a camera crew, an HGTV House Hunters crew, to be exact.
Travis and Morgan Fields were working with Chase International’s Angie Clark last spring when the Oakland couple decided to contact the popular show. Angie, already a huge fan, was immediately on board. The trio completed questionnaires and sent in audition tapes.
The experience was brand new to Angie, who has been with Chase International for six years. “The audition tape was a little daunting,” she said. “My husband filmed it for me and it took a few tries. We submitted the video and just thought that would be the end of that.”
But that was just the beginning. The network, which features an array of lifestyle, real estate, design, and renovation shows, responded within a week. After releases and scheduling, a crew came to film the house hunting process in late fall, wrapping up the shoot on the Monday before Thanksgiving.
The premise of House Hunters is to go behind the scenes as couples and families decide what is important to them in a home, see what is available in the area in their price range and ultimately decide which home is the best option. The show generally highlights three of the final homes before a decision is made. While Angie cannot discuss any specifics regarding how the show comes together or any specifications the Fields may have had, she does note that the Bay Area couple was looking for a vacation home in South Lake Tahoe.
As a resident of the area since 1978, Angie had no problem showing the couple, and the television crew, the ins and outs of purchasing a property in South Lake Tahoe. “This will be a great way to showcase the area and some local properties to a national audience.”
“It was a lot of fun for all of us,” Angie said. “We really enjoyed being superstars and seeing how it all works. I can now really appreciate what goes into making a single television program.”
Angie has worked in the real estate field since 2004, working in escrow before starting with Chase in 2008 as the assistant to the broker. Her first year out of the gates as a Realtor has proven to be an exciting one. “I love being a Realtor in Tahoe, I couldn’t live in a better place! My clients are always so excited to become part of our community and it’s great to help them reach their goal.” She looks forward to building relationships and making clients’ dreams come true in the months and years to come. The HGTV House Hunters episode is set to air in six to eight months. Angie is planning to have a viewing party with her fellow Chase agents, who were extremely supportive and equally excited about her recent brush with show business.
If you would like to contact Angie Clark with your real estate needs she can be reached at (530) 318-6622 or visit AngieTahoeRealty.com
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