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'Love It Or List' It Is Casting In Toronto & You Can Apply Right Now

Have you always dreamed of being on reality television? Well, good news, Love It Or List It is officially casting in the GTA.

The HGTV show announced via Twitter on Monday that it is looking to help some lucky Torontonians renovate their homes.

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All you have to do is fill out a form online to be considered as one of the show's next stars. 

However, you do have to check off some requirements to be considered for the new season.  

Firstly, you have to own a home in the GTA. After all, you're going to need a space to renovate.

You will also need to have an available budget of $75,000 for the renovation. 

If chosen, you will also need to be able to move out of your home for the duration of the shoot.  

If you meet all of the requirements then you can apply online! 

For those of us who aren't homeowners just yet, we'll just have to stick with re-decorating our apartments on a budget

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