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Seaside home movers needed to take part in TV show

PUBLISHED: 08:29 17 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:29 17 May 2018

Fantasy Homes by the Sea is looking for people to take part

Fantasy Homes by the Sea is looking for people to take part

Hattrick Productions

Would you like to live beside the seaside? A TV property show is looking for home buyers from Suffolk and Essex who want to move to the coast.

The series Fantasy Homes by the Sea aims to feature people from all over the country, including East Anglia, who are looking to buy a home on the coast.

This could either be near to your current home area or in a completely different region. Filming will take place between June and November, and ideally the show is looking for people whose current home is already on the market.

The programme will help in your search for your dream property. Producers are looking for people from different backgrounds and with varied reasons for moving.

The previous series was presented by Jenni Falconer, but the presenter of the new series has not yet been confirmed.

For more details and to apply, email the show’s producers.

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