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Who won the HGTV Dream Home 2008?

Monica Pedersen
ISLAMORADA, Florida Keys — While celebrating her birthday at home with family and friends, Stephanie Dee of Solon, Iowa, was overwhelmed when Home and Garden Television’s Monica Pedersen arrived at the party to announce she had won the 2008 HGTV Dream Home Giveaway.

Has any HGTV Dream Home winners kept the house?

According to HGTV, only one of the first 10 Dream House winners has been able to hang on to their winnings. Just six of the first 21 winners actually lived in their new digs for more than a year. The longest “survivor,” the 1998 winner, kept her dream home in Florida for eight years before selling it.

Where is 2008 HGTV Dream Home?

Located in sunny Florida, HGTV Dream Home 2008 is defined by fun, tropical decor, bright colors and easy-breezy coastal style.

Can you take cash instead of HGTV dream home?

Other Ideas for Handling the Dream Home Taxes In the past years, HGTV has often offered Dream Home winners two options: Take possession of the house or accept a large cash prize along with the other perks of winning (usually a vehicle, cash, furnishings, and artwork).

How do they pick the winner of the HGTV Dream Home?

How the Grand Prize Winner will be Determined: One (1) potential grand prize winner (the “Grand Prize Winner”) will be chosen by Sponsor in a random drawing from among all eligible entries received during the entire Sweepstakes Period on or about June 16, 2021 (the “Grand Prize Drawing”) by Ritway, Inc., an independent …

Did they announce the winner of the HGTV Dream Home 2021?

Congratulations to Jeff Yanes of Austin, Texas; he is the winner of the HGTV® Dream Home 2021 sweepstakes, a grand prize package valued at over $2.8 million dollars. …

Do HGTV participants keep furniture?

Do homeowners on HGTV shows get to keep the furniture? Speaking of inside the home, many viewers swoon over the final layouts. But here’s the kicker: More often than not, the homes are staged, meaning the homeowners don’t get to keep the furniture and decor that’s shown on TV.