NAR’s unscripted TV show that features real first-time homebuyers has entered its third season, with the latest filmed in Tampa and Houston.
CHICAGO – The third season of First-Time Buyer by the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) can now be viewed on Hulu. All episodes from seasons one and two can also be streamed without a paid subscription on YouTube, Facebook and at firsttimebuyer.realtor.
NAR created the unscripted television series in 2020 to provide an accurate representation of the American homebuying process that also highlights the role Realtors® play in helping consumers achieve the dream of homeownership.
“Through this series, we hope to inspire and educate aspiring homebuyers, and to showcase the valuable role that Realtors play in supporting their clients,” says NAR President Kenny Parcell.
The eight new episodes – filmed across Houston and Tampa – follow different individuals, couples and families through their first homebuying journey.
First-Time Buyer is an extension of NAR’s consumer advertising campaign, “That’s Who We R”, which works to elevate the Realtor brand by highlighting unique differentiators, such as Realtors’ commitment to the association’s Code of Ethics.
NAR Head of Production Alicia Bailey says the First-Time Buyer stories are meant to be relatable and inspiring.
She says, “They showcase the diversity of the American homebuying experience, as well as the various emotions that come with it. We hope that viewers will be able to relate to the experiences of these homebuyers and learn from their journey as they navigate the complex world of real estate.”
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