Selling Houses Australia Season 6
S06 E01Feb 6, 2013
Frankston, VIC Feb 6, 2013 Dealing with the dead is all in a day’s work for Sean Dylan, so when this gravedigger spotted a weatherboard house opposite Frankston cemetery he loved the location.
S06 E02Feb 13, 2013
Wollongong, NSW Feb 13, 2013 When Rhonda Mitchell first saw her weatherboard cottage in central Wollongong, it was love at first sight. She adored its original features and the seclusion of the enormous back yard.
S06 E03Feb 20, 2013
Kings Langley, NSW Feb 20, 2013 Carl and Karen Harrison broke the number 1 rule in real estate…they bought before they sold. Believing they would get a quick sale on their family home in Kings Langley, they downsized to a smaller, newly built home nearby.
S06 E04Feb 27, 2013
Erskineville, NSW Feb 27, 2013 12 years ago, Natasha Bayliss was living and working overseas and wanted to get a foot on the ladder of the Sydney property market. She purchased a 2-bedroom terrace in the inner city suburb of Erskineville, sight unseen.
S06 E05Mar 6, 2013
Glendenning, NSW Mar 6, 2013 If there's one thing that helps a sale it's a great entrance, something Jason and Estella's house is sadly missing. Also lacking street appeal with only an end gable visible.
S06 E06Mar 13, 2013
Huonbrook, NSW Mar 13, 2013 Akmal and Catie purchased a 7 acre plot with 1 bedroom shack and planned to build their dream home. But, the reality was rain, rats and snakes.
S06 E07Mar 20, 2013
Romsey, VIC Mar 20, 2013 Andrew Heim inherited his grandmother's house and moved in with wife Beth. The couple were excited at the prospect of renovating but were met with a barrage of family disapproval.
S06 E08Mar 27, 2013
Darwin, NT Mar 27, 2013 Bob isn't your average property investor. Instead of calculated buys he buys property to help his friends.
S06 E09Apr 3, 2013
Gerringong, NSW Apr 3, 2013 Lesley urgently needs help to sell her dated, dark house with its dungeon-like brick interior.
S06 E10Apr 10, 2013
West Ryde, NSW Apr 10, 2013 Andrew and Erika need to sell their piece of bush in suburbia but with the near million dollar price tag, buyers aren't expecting this overgrown 1950s time warp, with dark wood panelling and cluttered rooms.