February 8, 2023

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These are ‘House made’ buildings, and they are still looking for candidates to renovate (TV and Radio)

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Home Made is back for a new season. Since it is already a third series, the makers have added a new twist this time around. They have already found homes to be renovated, and now they are still looking for candidates.

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in the previous two seasons local Real estate is not shown to spouses until they have already been selected as candidates. The makers have turned this upside down. The homes to be renovated are located in Aalst, Antwerp and Hasselt. There are even open days. Anyone who wants can register for it from now on via vtm.be. The canal gives the first impression of the three houses.

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Aalst: Rich past, but neglected for years

This lavish lined home is located near the impressive water tower. female slaves? Beautiful mosaic floor, blasting fireplaces and four spacious bedrooms. They hide a rich past. Only the house has been neglected for years and has lost its charm. Only the current Christmas decorations indicate that this was once a cozy house. This 217m2 vacancy deserves care and love.

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Antwerp: Former home of fur coats

This stunning 1927 mansion is located in the south of Antwerp, and its impressive entrance hall, spacious living room, and original items were where wealthy clients came to buy her fur coat. For nearly a hundred years, this five-room house belonged to the same family. There has been no living for a year.

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Hasselt: Where time stopped

Nice fifties Villa ‘t Hofje, is waiting for new residents in Hasselt. The park, once a source of great pride, is today a great wilderness. The ramshackle balcony has long been an orange. Time has stood for five years, quite literally. Therefore, it must be urgently reactivated.

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