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We had a building company for about 10 years before the TV came along. Having said that, had I known about it I think I’d have really loved to work in the production of TV shows when I was much younger, as it’s a really interesting sector.
Although, I wouldn’t have missed out the building either so perhaps I’m glad I didn’t get the choice!
She has since starred in numerous TV programmes, often with a property theme - including most recently Double Your House for Half the Money.
Now she is also trying to disrupt the property market with her online estate agent Tepilo.
Sarah Beeny travelled the world and worked in a kaleidoscope of jobs before becoming a TV presenter.
She worked for Save the Children, cleaned windows, sold vacuum cleaners door-to-door and even ran her own sandwich-making business.
Bright yellow, pink and turquoise are all huge at the moment and can really transform a property from drab to fab, giving it the wow factor buyers look for.'Then there’s the more traditional, muted colours which are really popular, including deep blue, dark grey and sage green.
However, according to a band of estate agents across the country, the colour of your front door can be the difference between buying and selling your home.
29 year-old Kimberley is actually doing it, having bought the “shell” of an old Dutch barge for £18,000.
As well as downsizing considerably, she’ll have to make it inhabitable and move the vessel every two weeks.
Patrick Paton, managing partner at Rettie & Co divulged: 'Particularly in the chilly North, a cheerful entrance is key, so even on the most horrid rainy day, you want to go in.
Although black looks smart and elegant, it’s quite cold.' Those living in small Victorian terraces - particularly in cities - can be bold with their front doors, splashing bright colours or pastels on them, say the experts.