The Getting On HGTV Checklist: Everything You Need To Know To Score Your Spot

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Next you'll want to hone your application-filling-out skills. The network typically has a whole host of questions with which to grill any potential contestants and whether or not your file goes to the top of the pile hinges on how witty you can be. They'll ask plenty of questions about your home (design motif, special features, any renovation that's been done in the past) and they'll also want to know about your motivations for renovation or moving. All applications ask for family photos so make sure to pick out the cutest ones possible. We're not going to suggest borrowing someone else's kids, but we're not not suggesting it.

Once you've been selected and are done freaking the out there are a few more things you should know. First, if you're on a decorating program like Fixer Upper, you do not get to keep all that cool stuff. We repeat: You do not get to keep all that cool stuff. Chip and Jo are merely using the props to stage the house to show what it would look like if those were your belongings. Once cameras turn off they'll take everything back and it will be up to you to find those rustic-chic design accents yourself. There is the option of purchasing them through Magnolia Market but expect it to cost you. 

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