The nightmare of the Block & # 39; s auction day! Nine fear that refurbished properties will not sell because & # 39; ONLY TWO teams will place finished properties & # 39; under the hammer
The Block & # 39; s five renovated St Kilda houses, as part of the fifteenth season of the show, will be auctioned within just four weeks.
Host Scott Cam, in charge of the biggest renovation challenge in the history of the program, has revealed that not all teams will present finished properties at an auction.
The 56-year-old told TV week on Monday: & # 39; We will defeat these houses unfinished. And it is the first time in 15 seasons that this has happened. & # 39;
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The auction disaster of the block! & # 39; ONLY TWO teams present finished homes & # 39; to potential buyers during final season 15 (Photo: Hosts Shelley Craft and Scott Cam)
The publication also claimed that only two of the five teams made it to auction with completed properties for potential buyers to inspect.
Scott claimed that the budget has become so dire that Channel Nine has refused to provide more money to the teams.
Earlier this month, couple Tess and Luke complained about the lack of resources to complete the gigantic task for them.
& # 39; Don't grab something and let everyone do its work in it – it's going to be a failure. If we can't afford it, we shouldn't do something like that, & Tess told the producers.
women's Day also have & # 39; on-set spies & # 39; quoted as saying that Nine is nervous that not all apartments are sold at auction.
& # 39; It will be a failure. If we can't afford it, we shouldn't do something like that & # 39 ;: Couple Tess (photo) and Luke complained earlier about the show's limited budget
Before the show started, Scott admitted that the network feared they'd gone too far & # 39; and adding the & # 39; blockheads & # 39; they have certainly done their job to transform St Kilda's & The Oslo – a former backpackers hostel.
During a media launch for the rating juggernaut in July, Scott said: & # 39; We want to push our participants every year, but this time we had a bit of a team meeting and said: & # 39; Perhaps we have gone too far & # 39; & # 39;
There were even times when the dear carpenter was worried that the teams would not reach the end of the auction.
& # 39; I said to the boys: "We only need one team to say it's possible!"
& # 39; The others … we don't care about them! & # 39; he laughed at the time.
& # 39; I said to the boys: "We only need one team to say it's possible!" In July, Scott admitted that the network feared that they were & # 39; too far & # 39; had gone with the participants and was afraid that not everyone would end up
The five houses were first mentioned on Domain name website on September 2 and have been updated with new images while the episodes are being broadcast on Nine.
In past seasons, the live auction takes place on a Saturday, a day before the results are shared with the public during a Sunday final on Nine.
The block continues on Monday from 19.30 on channel nine
Will they sell? The five houses were first mentioned on the Domain website on 2 September and are expected to be auctioned at the end of October
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