Los Cabos was in the spotlight as HGTV’s hit television series “House Hunters International” aired 2 episodes that were recently filmed in Cabo.
House Hunters International is a 30 minute reality show that takes the viewer through the experience of buying or renting a home internationally. The program shows both the joys and obstacles that can arise from the perspective of real people.
The first episode:
Bonnie and Kale were happily dating and living comfortable lives in Phoenix, Arizona where they enjoyed hiking, cooking and hosting game nights with friends. But that all changed when Bonnie jumped at the chance to start a company in Los Cabos, Mexico. She convinced Kale to join her business venture and the two set sail for south of the border. Bonnie, who’s mad about all things Mexican, is a Los Cabos vet, but for Kale who’s never been, the idea was both exhilarating and terrifying. Before their business can begin, the couple must settle on their first home together. Find out if the experience will tear them apart or bring them closer when House Hunters International cruises to Los Cabos, Mexico.
The second episode:
Paris and Antonio are leaving the rolling vineyards of Napa Valley, California to find their dream home in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. But the problem has been that until now, they’re all look and no buy. They’ve toured over 200 homes already, and even lost a deposit once before. Paris is fearful on settling, worried that just after she buys a home, a better one will crop up. Antonio, on the other hand, is afraid that the search will go on forever. He’s sick of being a visitor and wants to be a resident. It’s high time for this couple to find a home that works for both of them, and the sooner the better.
Check out HGTV for when the episodes will air again! And for your own HGTV experience of finding a home in Los Cabos… we can help you with that!
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Kristen Johnson, Realtor
435.659.8041 US & Canada cell 624 122 05 04 Mexico Cell