Insights from the show will have many viewers reconsidering their game plan: Roman
A dynamic new real estate show is about to air on HGTV Canada giving insight to one of the toughest questions home owners face – move or renovate? Vanessa Roman of EXIT Realty Metro in Dartmouth, NS will be a co-host of Reno vs Relocate airing back-to-back episodes on Mondays starting May 28th at 9pm on HGTV. The premise of the program follows home owners as they choose between renovating their existing home with the help of designer and co-host Robin Lewis, or using Vanessa’s help to find a new home.
“As a real estate agent and relocation specialist, I advise clients how to avoid the pitfalls of moving and make their transition as smooth and as enjoyable as possible. It’s great to be recognized for your skills and what you bring to your profession and to be chosen for this show. It’s a privilege and very gratifying to know that Reno vs Relocate will reach homeowners right across Canada, giving them insight to the decision making process of whether a renovation or a move to another home best fits their circumstances. I am sure that insights from the show will have many viewers reconsidering their game plan. Homeowners on the show share some very interesting perspectives and experience ‘aha’ moments that will undoubtedly resonate with many people,” says Vanessa.
“It takes many months of hard work to create shows that are both interesting and informative for the public. We always appreciate and are thankful for the support of the real estate community for this type of programming that reinforces the value of home ownership,” says Katie Ruttan Daigle, Owner of Mandolin Media and Executive Producer of Reno vs Relocate.
Now that taping for the show has wrapped up, Vanessa is back in Nova Scotia working on her real estate business and enjoying time with her family. She and her husband Major Jason Roman, a helicopter pilot at CFB Shearwater, have three young children. “Everyone is very excited for Vanessa and the new show. We wish everyone involved with the program the best of success. The largest asset most Canadians ever own in their lifetime is their home, so programs that give insight into the decision making involved in ownership is highly valuable.” says Joyce Paron, President – Canada, EXIT Realty Corp. International.