Past programmes have been presented by Jasmine Harman who seemed to carry out a lot of research into the area and also the property she was showing the buyers. She also involved local people with regard to area.
After about 10 minutes I felt that Laura Hamilton had done no research and in fact had just spoken to local agents and asked what was available for 250,000 Euro.
The father and daughter had a list of requirements one of which that as he suffered with breathing problems that they did not want hilly areas. So where does she take them Vamos.
I thought, well Bruce I hope you have plenty of inhalers for all those hills or a motorised wheelchair.
The second requirement was for open spaces, sea view and friendly for children. So another property was in Gavalohori with no outside space a bath in the court yard and a view of the back of another house. Well done Laura excelled yourself with that one.
I also felt sorry for Maria the cook, she said hello showed us some potatoes and a knife and then said goodbye. Why not interact with her ask about Greek cooking and what she teachers. It felt as though she was used as a time filler as was the reintroduction of the programme after the adverts. Every time the programme started Laura went on to tell us about what we had seen in the previous part, I am not a goldfish I can remember what happened 4 minutes ago. Show us more of the area which your trying to sell rather than repeating yourself.
I think the house they eventually bought was more luck than judgement.
I won’t be watching the next episode.