Kelowna realtors to appear on CBS reality show

Seller’s Market Kelowna, is scheduled to air on CBS in the Fall of 2019.

Production is set to begin for the second season of Seller’s Market, Kelowna.

This 13-episode real estate reality television series begins filming in Kelowna in February and is scheduled to air on CBS in fall 2019.

Seller’s Market features five of Kelowna’s top realtors who compete for a listing each week — properties range from starters to high-end luxury estates. The show, Seller’s Market Kelowna,

While both entertaining and fun, producers have lined up great local talent to star in the series: Darryl Reuter, Nate Flavel, Marika Wolf, Kent Simpson and Bradyn Byron. The realtors go head-to-head in a battle to win listings. Viewers get an inside look at how these award-winning real estate experts assess a home for sale and pitch their services to the homeowner. Each week, one winner leaves with a new listing while their competitors go home empty-handed.

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Meet the realtors:

Darryl Reuter: Returning from Season 1, Darryl Reuter is well known for his “nice guy” demeanour; in fact, he recently won Kelowna’s Realtors Care award. However, Darryl promises no more Mr. Nice Guy for Season 2.

Nate Flavel: New addition Nate Flavel brings a flair for the dramatic to the show’s line up. When he’s not hustling for his clients, you’ll find him gracing the stage at the Kelowna Actors Studio. Nate feels his sense of showmanship gives him a distinct edge over the competition.

Marika Wolf: The final returnee from Season 1 is Marika Wolf. With Marika, you are getting a new breed of real estate agent: a confident, business-savvy professional with experience, impeccable drive, and knowledge of new marketing techniques which drive the industry.

Bradyn Byron: Another fresh face to the series is Bradyn Byron. Born and raised in the Okanagan has given Bradyn a greater knowledge and understanding of the Valley and what it has to offer for its residents. Being a deep-rooted with strong community connections, may work in his favour, and give Bradyn an interesting advantage.

Kent Simpson: Our final Realtor is also new to Season 2. A former professional hockey player, Kent brings the values of honesty, integrity, and hard work to his real estate career. When the negotiation is on the line and the deal hangs in the balance, you want Kent on your team.

The casting producer, Jennifer Serwa, is still looking for a few more people and properties to feature on the shows. Those interested in selling a home and would like to be on a reality TV show are encouraged to contact her at jennifer@vislandmedia.com

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