Dallas Real Estate Casting Call: Yours, Mine or OURS?

My God, have these people never heard of War of the Roses, that classic Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner movie where the sparring couple lives in the same house because neither wants to give it up in their divorce? My fave scene was when Oliver Rose urinated on the fresh fish his ex Barbara was sauteing for her dinner guests, for the party he was not invited to… and when Barbara serves Oliver pate made from… his dog!

 

war of the roses

It IS hard to unite a household if you each own homes — what do you do? I once dated a guy who had been married briefly and had his own home with furnishings the ex had picked out. I made it very clear that if we were to get married, we’d be finding an “us” house toute suite and the furniture — HER furniture —  would be on the curb. Needless, that relationship did not survive. Thankfully, my husband and I came from apartments when we moved to Dallas from NYC, so we bought our first home together. (After living at The Hub!) And it would be damn hard to drag me out of my home now —  damn hard. I totally relate to Barbara Rose.

I’ve heard of a couple at a downtown Dallas high rise who divorced, then just got separate smaller units in the same building. Another couple split up a unit they had just spent half a million putting together when they married — both had sold off their previous homes. Another couple had to sell a third home in Utah, they bought a townhome in Dallas and kept the ranch. What if the marriage doesn’t work? What if you end up selling a perfectly wonderful home for a spouse? This ought to be a great show!

 

Are you (or someone you know) in a relationship and you each own your own home? Are you about to merge households? If so, whose place is it going to be? OR are you considering getting rid of your existing places, starting fresh and buying a new place together?!

We are seeking upscale property-owning couples/ family members/ friends who are each bringing real estate to a relationship and are torn about where to call home. We are in need of all kinds of relationships from couples to newlyweds to daters to siblings and even friends!

Whether you’re living in a house, condo, apartment or townhouse, we can help couples to decide where is the best place to call home!

Our design and real estate experts will offer advice, tips and ultimately help couples, pairs and families decide which space is best for them.

Ideal candidates must be dynamic and outgoing people who are proud of their accomplishments in life, have great taste and an enviable lifestyle!

Please e-mail us with photos to: yoursmineorourscasting@gmail.com AND castmebev@yahoo.com

Include:

Your Names, ages & photos of yourself.

Occupations:

Where you each live:

Please tell us about your relationship:

Describe your personality:

Why would you be great for this show?

Tell us about your properties: Would love photos of both of your living spaces.

Describe why merging spaces might be easy/challenging for you:

Please explain each of your preferred design and home aesthetics:

Thank you.

Jill Bandemer and Beverly Pomerantz – Casting Directors