NEW YORK (AP) — Watch out, HGTV. Fox News Channel is getting into the real estate television business.
The network announced that it will debut a new weekend series, "Bob Massi is the Property Man," on July 11. Massi is a real estate attorney based in Las Vegas, and Fox says his show will explore all aspects of that city's market. He'll accompany first-time home buyers on a search for a place to live, and also look into multi-million dollar properties that are available. Experts will break down property trends and Massi will advise businesses and families who are having real estate difficulties.
The show will air at noon on Saturdays after a two-hour block of business programming, and will be more business-oriented than real estate shows on lifestyle networks.
Massi has been a Fox News legal analyst since 1998.