Times Chip and Joanna Gaines went too far on Fixer Upper

HGTVThe super hit “Fixer Upper” shows clients working with Magnolia Realty, owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines. But the purchase must take place even before the show begins recording. David Ridley, whose house was featured in Season 3, says Fox News that the entire opening scene of the show was faked because to be on the show you had to have a contract. “They show you other houses but you already have one,” he said.

Another Season 3 customer was rudely awakened one morning when a car sped into their living room. For Ken and Kelly Downs, their “Fixer Upper” home is less of a dream and more of a nightmare, according to Insiders. At first, Ken and Kelly were said to be very happy with their shared family lifestyle. However, after moving in, they have a better sense of the neighborhood. Kelly told Waco Tribute-Herald that her neighborhood is like the “Wild West”. “There was a lot of uproar coming from the bars and shops across the street. We felt deceived by the city of Waco and the Magnolia Realty,” Kelly said.

Insider also detailed that moving could increase home prices in areas that would otherwise attract buyers with less money to burn. By moving into lower income areas, “rapid displacement” is possible for those looking for less expensive housing options. While Chip and Joanna are working to help revitalize neighborhoods, this could mean customers are moving into areas they are unfamiliar with, and in turn forcing those who may not have a choice. choose another life.

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Bobby Allyn

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