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‘First-Time Buyer’ Season 2 Out Now

The NAR-produced TV show focuses on the challenges and joys exhibited by first-time homebuyers, and its second season debuted recently on Hulu.

CHICAGO – The second season of “First-Time Buyer,” which shows Realtors® guiding clients on their homebuying journey, can now be streamed on Hulu. The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) produces the show.

Episodes from season one of “First-Time Buyer” can also now be streamed for free on YouTube or Facebook.

The new eight-episode season follows a different couple, family or individual through the process of buying a home.

“‘First-Time Buyer’ gives viewers a genuine inside look into the emotions our clients face as they go through the homebuying process,” says NAR President Leslie Rouda Smith. “This series does a fantastic job of showing how Realtors help their clients navigate all the challenges that can pop up during a transaction to ensure a successful and secure first home purchase.”

The new season features Realtors from Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and South Carolina.

“The appeal in these stories is that they feature people that you can relate to,” says Alicia Bailey, NAR’s head of production. “They face many of the common first-timer fears that can often prevent someone from starting or continuing their home search. We also see firsthand how Realtors’ expertise is invaluable when facing the unexpected.”

“First-Time Buyer” is an extension of NAR’s consumer advertising campaign, which highlights the Realtor brand by spotlighting Realtors’ commitment to the association’s Code of Ethics and how that distinguishes Realtors from non-member real estate agents and listing apps.

Source: National Association of Realtors® (NAR)