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"Buying the Bayou" (TV show) scene
Buying the Bayou (TV show) scene
"Buying the Bayou" (TV show) scene - © Destination America
"Buying the Bayou" (TV show) is a reality real estate series that airs on Destination America.

There's no place on earth like the Bayou, and there's nothing like its real estate. Featuring one-of-a-kind homes with wild amenities, sometimes set in the difficult and unpredictable swampland, this series meets the needs of gator hunters, catfish noodlers, shrimping and crawfish enthusiast and everything important to Central Louisiana. Some homes float, some are propped up by stilts, while others have
prime space for airboat docking.

The series proves the real estate market in the south is bursting with properties as extraordinary as its people and culture. Transporting viewers deep into the swamps, marshes, and waterways of America's Gulf Coast to see houses that simply can't be found anywhere else in the country, each episode combines Cajun real estate agents and quirky clients to create irresistible television gumbo.

Watch people go head-over-heels for the swampfront shack of their dreams — whether it's an alligator farm or converted fishing boat. The clients explore three properties from top to bottom while risking run-ins with gators and nutria. After weighing the pros and cons of each home, they'll decide which property meets their needs, budgets, and Bayou dreams.

"Buying the Bayou" is produced by Paper Route Productions. For Paper Route, Alan LaGarde and is executive producer. For Destination America, Fay Yu and Sara Helman are executive producers, Sara Kozak is SVP of production, Marc Etkind is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is group president.


Network: Destination America
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: September 7, 2013
Seasons: 2
Production Company: Paper Route Productions

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