If you don’t mind some occasional inconvenience, there’s money to be made in making your habitation available for video shoots. Interested? Contact someone like Andrea Raisfeld.
New York Observer: In fact, one Brooklyn Heights townhouse that Ms. Raisfeld represents hosted shoots for Eileen Fisher, Oil of Olay, More magazine, Lucky magazine, Cetaphil, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Bali Bras, Kmart, Chico’s and Huggies.
At $1,000 to $20,000 a day (even with the 25 percent casting fee that agents generally collect) that’s enough to pay off the mortgage.
Then, again, do you really want your place to be advertising Kmart? Depends on the bucks, I suppose.