Last year, the real estate agent Jesper Nielsen, that he for six years was finished as an expert on the popular housing programme 'In house to the neck', where two experts are trying to help people to get rid of their homes, which are often affected by liggepest.
Now the team behind the program found a new expert - namely, the real estate agent Line Franck.
And are you excited for the DR's housing policy, will Franck probably seem familiar. She has a past on the 'Hammer price' - just as Jesper Nielsen, incidentally, had, before he switched to the 'In house to the neck'.
According to Nordisk Film, who produces the programmes, has 36-year-old Franck 13 years of experience as a real estate agent and is the daily leader in two Danbolig-branches. She knows all therefore to negotiate with banks and creditors.
- I have had high expectations for myself. When I go into something, so I would like to follow it to the door, and I'm not giving up until I have made the best possible deal. You have gone so much into the people you have met along the way in the programmes that you want them the very best, says in a press release.
Franck, who lives with his girlfriend and three children in Aarhus, was actually on maternity leave with her youngest - a daughter - while the programs were recorded, but it was all worth it, she rolls fast.
- When I run home after the filming, I think: 'it was all worth It, for the people, we have been down to help, really needed it, and they are so grateful.'
In the 'In the house for the throat' is the designer Søren Vester, who decides what changes the performers must make their unsellable houses, while the real estate agent trying to sell the house by means of creative marketing.
Jesper Nielsen stopped last year on DR, after 16 years on the channel. Before 'In the house to neck' made the he - like his successor - 'Hammer price'. Photo: Henrik Together/DR
The original team consisted besides Jesper Nielsen of the designer Anders Faarborg, which was replaced by Søren Vester.
The many travel days corroded in the end too much on the Nielsen.
- I'm away in four to five days in a row to record one program, and it has the consequence that my family has had to do without me. I have two boys, six and eight years, which is hard to be away from, and it affected me for the very last, he explained to Ekstra Bladet last year.