Local Realtor gets another shot on HGTV


Realtor Clayton Bonjean gets another shot at stardom.

Special to The Log
Published: Friday, March 28, 2014 at 12:57 PM.

HGTV was back in our little corner of paradise this week, and we will once again see a familiar face appear on TV when the show airs in May.

HGTV was here to film a segment for its "Beachfront Bargain Hunters" series. Filming was done on 30A using local Realtor Clayton Bonjean.

This is Bonjean's second time to be used by a network. He was also selected by WE tv to be the Realtor helping Jennifer and Bryan Masche find a home here. The Masches were starring in "Raising Sextuplets."

"I have a good Internet presence and they find me," said Bonjean of his good fortune.

While he was proud to be on WE tv, he said this is a way bigger deal.

The HGTV crew arrived Tuesday morning and shooting began at 8 a.m. at a property at Sea Bluff condominiums in Blue Mountain Beach.

After shooting ended there, the crew was slated to tour a house on the lake in Dune Allen by Stinky's.

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