- A show that will engage people and give them a feeling of a new beginning as we approach the year 2021 is finally here
- The show is called Britain's Most Expensive Houses and it will start airing on Tuesday, December 28
- It is about the property choice of the super-rich and how they buy and sell their luxury homes
The year 2020 will go down in history as one that had the whole world running helter-skelter for safety due to the unsparing pandemic.
As people look for escapism as the year 2021 approaches, a show that provides them with a feeling of a new beginning will start airing on Tuesday, December 28.
The show is called Britain's Most Expensive Houses and it offers a glimpse inside the world of multi-million pound home sales throughout the UK, Homes and Property reports.
In Britain's Most Expensive mansion, viewers are made to understand how the super-rich buy and sell their homes.
The show presents Charlie and Zack who are thinking of moving out of central London. They have a budget of £4 million (N2,061,624,800) they are shown around “modern day Downton Abbeys” in Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Sussex.
The executive producer of the show, Sophie Wurzer Williams, said when people watch Britain's Most Expensive Houses, they will discover that properties with space are going for a premium.
“The number of people that are moving now is extraordinary not just out to the countryside but as you’ll see in the show people just want space, are craving having a garden, so properties with outside space and gardens are going for a premium."
In other news, buying a home or even renting or getting a bond is such a big flex. A young lady could finally join the flex, taking to Twitter to share how she and her man are now the proud owners of their first home.
@__kekeeeeee, a beautiful young American lady, decided to share the exciting news with her followers. The post included different pictures of the massive and stunning property that they had just got.
She captioned the post excitedly:
"Our first MORTGAGE, man I’m so thankful for this, y’all wouldn’t understand. My kids needed this. Homeowner at 24 years old."