On April 5, 2018 “Flip or Flop Las Vegas” which airs on HGTV, featured two ERA Brokers Agents, Kimberly Johnson and Teresa Vasquez.

Flip or Flop Las Vegas is a television series hosted by real estate agent Aubrey Marunde and her husband/contractor Bristol Marunde. It’s a spin-off of the HGTV series “Flip or Flop”.

Season 2 episode 4 “Dogpound to Showstopper” showed a home listed for $215,000 in Henderson, NV. Though the appearance of the home looked decent on the outside, inside the home was a different story.

Hence the title of the featured episode “Dogpound to Showstopper”, inside of the home had dog urine on all of the walls that also carried an unflattering odor. It was in desperate need of a makeover.

Once the transformation was completed, an open house for Brokers and Buyers took place. ERA Las Vegas Agents Kim and Teresa came in to survey the home and offered great suggestions on what buyers may or may not like about the home. Teresa says “Buyers would be concerned that they would get sick of the mosaic” as they walked through the front door into the living room.

As they walked into the master bedroom that shows off wallpaper, Kim says “I love how wallpaper has made a comeback!”

ERA Agent Kim Johnson says “It was a fascinating opportunity to see reality TV from a whole new perspective. Once the show aired, it was so cool to see the amazing transformation of a house that was completely trashed and transformed into something amazing!”

ERA Agent Teresa Vasquez says “It was a lot of fun to do and fun to experience what the HGTV stars have to go through on a daily basis, but it is something I would never want to do, and I don’t think I could ever do it again.”

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