By Euro Weekly News Media • 15 May 2012 • 11:46
ANDROMEDA Dunker. Does that name ring a bell? She may not be known on this side of the Atlantic but on the other side of the pond this comedian/actress is making a name for herself as the presenter of House Hunters International.
No big deal, except that the House Hunters International video team was on the Costa Blanca recently shooting the latest edition of their show for the USA Home and Garden Channel.
The ‘stars’ of the show, apart from the properties they visited, were English couple, Damon and Georgia Rose from Dive Academy Santa Pola.
On the lookout for a new home close to their latest business venture in Santa Pola, the video team from the States spent six days with them, three in England and three in Spain, searching for a property.
And unlike many of the property programs that are churned out on UK TV, Damon and Georgia actually do now live in the property you can see on the show.
The ‘House Hunters International’ team travelled to Gran Alacant, Santa Pola and La Marina to feature a property search for Damon and Georgia.
The show was based around their decision to take on a dive centre business and looks at the considerations that must be made, not just to buy a business, but also to sell up in the UK and choosing to live overseas.
As Damon tells Andromeda during the show “The main reason we chose moving to Spain, was for the quality of life.”
The House Hunters team with the help of a local Real Estate agent, who couldn’t resist the somewhat comical product placement of the agency, took to the road and looked at different styles and types of properties, including a nine-month off plan build.
Eventually, they settled on one house, where they now live and enjoy, that quality of life.
By Keith Nicol
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