Our First Home

Our First Home TV ONE’s local series Our First Home will return for a second season in 2016.

This multi-night show follows three families as they put everything on the line to help their children onto the property ladder.

Bringing the fun, feel-good factor to the nation’s DIY obsession, Our First Home tells the story that thousands of New Zealanders are living today. With property prices in New Zealand’s major cities soaring, many first-time buyers are turning to their parents for help. Continue reading »

Yes, I did just write that headline. Amazingly, an average audience of only 271,810 viewers tuned in for The X Factor elimination last night. While you could look at the data and say, well, the ratings for Monday night’s eliminations are up, except for last week’s show, the numbers are practically flat and certainly well down on the audition phase of the series.

So what does this mean? I’d suggest that the buzz around the show is internal. Mediaworks might be pushing the series across its vast network of radio stations but having the biggest radio audience doesn’t appear to translate into TV viewers.

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The Schreuder Family
Our First Home‘s Schreuder family have taken out the grand prize after beating off strong competition from the other families, banking a total of $290,400.

Last night, the Wardlaw family sold their three bedroom Te Atatu South home for $898,000 resulting in a profit of $228,550 and a percentage increase of 34.14%. Continue reading »

The increase in ratings for Campbell Live appears to have given The X Factor NZ a boost on Monday night as well with the double elimination climbing to an average audience of 336,700 which was the fourth highest rating episode so far this season.

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The Schreuder FamilyOur First Home’s Schreuder family will pocket a profit of $190,400 after their home was sold at last night’s live auction.

Originally from East Auckland, Robyn and Tom Schreuder, their daughter Karen and son-in-law Jono have spent the past 10 weeks turning the tired and dated two bedroom house they purchased in Titirangi, Auckland into a stunning three bedroom home.

With a final sale price of $721,000, the Schreuders have added 35.88% of value to their property, holding off strong competition from the Gourley family, they are now firmly in the lead to win the $100,000 prize. Continue reading »

Despite the negative commentary about Our First Home, TVNZ’s home renovation show has quietly continued on and delivered the typical type of over time series growth you’d expect from a reality series.

Last night saw Our First Home hit a series high as the Gourley family’s reno went to auction with an average audience of 518,850. This represents a 49% increase on last Sunday’s audience.

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The Gourley Family
The first auction hammer has fallen on Our First Home with the Gourley family banking a profit of $143,500.

Originally from Tauranga, the Gourleys have spent the past 10 weeks turning the tired and mouldy three bedroom house they purchased in Avondale, Auckland into a stunning home. Continue reading »

TV One’s home renovation series Our First Home has continued to build with last night’s episode hitting a near record high with an average audience of 427,490 viewers. In contrast, TV3’s The X Factor NZ has hit a performance show low with last night’s Top 10 show drawing an average audience of only 150 viewers more than last Wednesday’s series low of 236,300.

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The X Factor NZ has fallen to its lowest rating with the average audience of last night’s elimination show down to 236,300 viewers. The numbers for this week were similar despite being bumped by a day for the Cricket World Cup final.

The Bachelor followed on, an hour later than normal on a Tuesday, with almost identical audience numbers.

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Last night’s win by the Black Caps over South Africa was the most watched thing on TV yesterday with a combined average audience of 683,500 viewers across the free-to-air broadcast on Prime (324,200) and Sky (359,300).

This led to TV One’s Our First Home fall from its highest rating since debut to its lowest this season with an average audience of 197,730.

The impact on TV3’s The Bachelor NZ wasn’t as bad but did result in a dip from the previous week to an average audience of 179,380.

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