Ashley Moore, a realtor at Fort Saskatchewan's Century 21 1st Choice Realty, has been chosen to star in a new reality TV series.
The show, SEEit.LOVEit.BUYit., will follow realtors as they help hopeful home-buyers choose one of three properties.
Moore said that she will likely receive a buyer in the spring, with filming stretching throughout the summer. The show is expected to be aired in early 2019.
"Nothing like this has happened to realtors in Edmonton before, so I definitely wanted to be a part of it," she said.
Moore found out about the opportunity when an Edmonton newspaper published a story on a new reality TV series coming to the area. After being repeatedly linked to the article on social media, Moore says she decided that auditioning for the show would be a great opportunity.
Interested realtors were asked to write a short description of themselves prior to the audition. In her piece, Moore discussed her seven-step process for helping clients buy and sell houses. This method, along with her desire to ensure the comfort of clients, sets her apart from other realtors. She believes that this likely helped her in being chosen to take part in the show.
SEEit.LOVEit.BUYit. will be aired across Canada on YesTV, and will also be available online and on YouTube.
"I'm hoping to gain a little bit of an extra edge on my business, and show the people of Fort Saskatchewan, Morinville, and area what kind of business I conduct," she said of her ultimate goal in her new role.
Moore was born and raised in Morinville, and has been a realtor for thirteen years. She said she chose to work at Century 21 1st Choice Realty in Fort Saskatchewan after beginning her career in property management.

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