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Are you ready for your close-up Brooklyn? Well, you don’t have to be — but your house does.

Home and Garden Television, a network dedicated to remodeling, home improvement and gardening — is coming to our ’hood this summer to film two home value and makeover shows, “What You Get for the Money” and “My House is Worth What?”

The owners of the chosen domiciles will get some airtime, but the true stars of both programs are the homes themselves.

There’s one catch: Your homes must be valued between $150,000 (does such a thing exist?) and $1 million.

Taping for “What You Get for the Money” begins June 11. Call (303) 712-3109 or e-mail jmercado@highnoonentertainment.com for casting information. “My House is Worth What?” begins taping on July 23. Visit www.pietown.tv/shows/myHouseIsWorthWhat.html to apply.

Updated 4:28 pm, July 9, 2018
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