Reality show seeks Florida liveaboards ready to sell

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Do you live aboard your boat in South Florida and are you looking to sell and move? If so, HGTV is looking for you.

"My First Sale" is casting first-time sellers in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. Producers hope to find a liveaboard family, couple or single looking to sell their first boat and move to another boat, or even to land, to feature on the show.

Ideal candidates will be "motivated, financially candid people" who want to share the experience and the sale details with HGTV and its audience, according to the show.

Applicants need to be early in the process of selling and have no previous offers. They will need to have a broker who is helping them with the listing and sale. The boat can be any size and type.

The show is casting until the first week of February.

For information or an application, contact Cindy Baggish at cbaggish@highnoontv.com or (303) 872-8566.

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