TV producers are coming to Cornwall to film segments for a nationally-broadcast television series.
All for Nothing?, a national real estate and home design program is broadcast on the both the W and Oprah Winfrey Network.
New episodes are set to air in January, said producers of the show, who are shooting segments in the Seaway City in the coming weeks.
"We've had much success with renovations in the Ottawa area," said series producer, Lisa Nault. "Participating homeowners have raised their homes' values by an average of $27,000 in just two weeks with average expenses of only $2,600. We can't wait to see what the homeowners of Cornwall can accomplish in the All For Nothing competition."
All for Nothing features two families competing as they get their homes ready to list for sale. Armed with advice from the show's real estate agent, Paul Rushforth, and design plans from designer Penny Southam, homeowners will perform their home make-over. The catch is they have to embrace the budget conscious All for Nothing concept.
Producers will focus on finding homeowners who have outdated homes and want to find cost-effective ways to remodel them - often times including their own sweat-equity.
Homeowners could win the commission fees on the sale of their home!
Interested homeowners can check out allfornothingtv.ca for more information, or call 613-237-4447.