Transcript for Selling Your House With Help From Hollywood
Would you -- it's a twist on home movies. Make your own movie to help sell your home. People are becoming directors, hiring actors and script writers, making trailers about their homes, to sell them. Abc's nick watt has the story. Reporter: Looks like a mucho million-dollar blockbuster. It's a treeler from neo property. This three-level home, contemporary design. Reporter: She doesn't mention that the downstairs toilet leaks. A single bachelor lifestyle, always going to have a bufsnch of women with lingerie around him. Reporter: You're rolling your eyes? Of course. It's ridiculous. Reporter: And this pad. Gone are the days when you just kick your day-old underpants under the bad and the house is ready to show. That's a good way to put it, nick. Reporter: He has this place on the market now. How much do you spend? Under $2,000. Reporter: Could be coming to a place near you. And nashville, tennessee, where the subliminal message is, you can have a dog that loves you, and a whimsical daughter that just got into harvard. In the movie, the payoff was and people would get tears in their you eyes. I knew it would my house. And I knew I could live in that house. Reporter: If you want to sell your house and can't afford a big production, do not despair says the star of million listings, l.A. If you put your house on the market for what it's worth, you'll sell it. Simple. Reporter: Don't worry. Just sit back and savor these tearjerkers. You worked your whole career for this. What about you and the kids? Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. Would you do it? Or do you think it's unnecessary? Get into harvard? Yes. As long as it doesn't come out of my pocket, do what you want to do. It has to cost a couple thousand dollars to produce. A new way to get your kids
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.