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    Entertaining Housing Shows to Watch

    House transformations are a delightful experience to watch. Many viewers enjoy seeing the before and the process to get to the after. These shows also give homeowners ideas for their next project to tackle in their own homes. Raleigh Cary Realty compiled a list of super entertaining housing shows to watch that can help homeowners brainstorm potential updates for their renovations.

    3 entertaining housing shows to watch:

    • Celebrity IOU: Recently premiered and already has a large viewership for its first season, this show has celebrities giving back to those that have helped them to have the career or life that they have now. With the help of the stars of Property Brothers, living spaces are transformed into beautifully designed functional spaces perfect for the person receiving the renovation gift from the celebrity.
    • Home Town: With the focus being on the small town and areas around Laurel, MS, viewers love the social and community action that this show has and the craftsmanship of the renovation really shows. There are also genuine, comedic asides that grab the attention of the viewer. The design of the home is super functional and has a comforting southern home design that is satisfying to watch during the reveal. With multiple seasons, this show is easy to binge-watch.
    • Good Bones: Based out of Indianapolis, IN, this mother and daughter team take on neighborhood blocks to transform them into wonderful homes. With the eclectic design elements and DIY projects featured in the show, viewers can see how easy it is to do their own projects around their house. This show also has multiple seasons for people to stream.

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