VIEWERS of new Channel 4 show Worst House on the Street were left complaining after spotting the presenters’ “迷惑” 習慣.
Tuning in for the first time on Tuesday night, fans were immediately left reeling after noticing how show hosts Scarlette and Stuart Douglas continually focused on how much the property was worth.
The property programme sees the renovators meet with couples and families looking to transform their homes on a budget.
The presenters met with Harry and Yimika, who were hoping to transform the run-down terraced property in Purley, ロンドン.
The couple had purchased their home for £415,000 – and had a maximum of £40,000 to spend on making it look brand new.
Harry and Yimika were clear from the start that they planned to make the property the perfect place to start a family.
しかしながら, the presenters continued to mention how each of their decorating decisions would “add value” to the home.
Fans felt the focus was continually shifted as to what the house would be worth if they sold, despite them explaining it was to live in.
“I’m confused, are they doing this to flip it, hence all the talk about the value or are they doing it up to live in it?” one wrote on Twitter.
別のチャイム: “So they’re actually doing the house up to sell? I thought they were creating a home?”
3番目が追加されました: “Worst House on the Street is cracking me up with all the value talk when they are planning to live there?”
“Can’t they spend their money on making their house the one they want it to be, rather than one that’s worth more?” a fourth asked.
While a fifth concluded: “Why they keep mentioning profit margins though? I thought this couple were creating a family home for themselves. Make it somewhere you’ll love!”
しかしながら, other viewers were left impressed by the valuation, after revealing a HUGE £32,000 profit on the property.
After finding the average of three estate agents, the house was worth an average of £485k after the renovations, with one agent saying it could be worth up to £500k.
Worst House on the Street continues on Channel 4 on Tuesday at 8pm