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Now ‘nervous’ Scott Cam is worried the The Block homes WON’T sell on auction day: ‘There’s trepidation from the buying public’

There are huge fears the new homes on The Block won’t sell at auction this Sunday. 

And now host Scott Cam has added fuel to the fire, admitting he is ‘nervous’ the contestants’ renovated properties won’t be offloaded.  

Scott, 59, said rising interest rates and falling house prices means this year’s Blockheads face challenges previous contestants didn’t.

The Block host Scott Cam (pictured) admitted on Friday he is 'nervous' contestants won't be able to sell their renovated properties on auction day this Sunday

The Block host Scott Cam (pictured) admitted on Friday he is ‘nervous’ contestants won’t be able to sell their renovated properties on auction day this Sunday 

‘There’s a bit of trepidation from the buying public. I am very nervous,’ he said on The Today Show. 

He said the contestants’ hard work deserved to be rewarded and he would be gutted if they lost out. 

‘I want these guys to make some money. They worked really hard and deserve to,’ he told hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon. 

He said the Blockheads will have the full support of the entire team to help them make a profit on their properties.

Scott, 59, said rising interest rates and falling house prices means this year's Blockheads face challenges previous contestants didn't

Scott, 59, said rising interest rates and falling house prices means this year’s Blockheads face challenges previous contestants didn’t 

Despite promises of big sales, some real estate experts have expressed concern the properties won’t sell for within their $4million to $4.4million price guides.

This is because the median house price in the Gisborne area is about $1.1million.

However, sources at Nine are confident the homes will smash their reserves because of their ultra-stylish designs, great location and resale potential.

He said the contestants' hard work deserved to be rewarded and he would be gutted if they lost out

He said the contestants’ hard work deserved to be rewarded and he would be gutted if they lost out 

Kirsty Lee Akers, who made a $301,523 profit during the 2021 season with husband Jesse Anderson, predicts the ‘cooling’ market and overly ambitious reserve prices are a recipe for disaster. 

‘I hope I’m wrong but I have a really bad feeling about this year’s auction,’ the country musician told Woman’s Day on Monday.

The Block finale airs Sunday at 7pm on Channel Nine and 9Now

He said the Blockheads will have the full support of the entire team to help them make a profit on their properties

He said the Blockheads will have the full support of the entire team to help them make a profit on their properties 

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