Love It Or List It

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  • HLILI-406H
    Designer Hilary arrives to attempt and revive the charm of their lakeside home with a major renovation. At the same time, realtor David tries to find them a home that is perfect for their family of four. In the end, they must decide if the

  • HLILI-213H
    John and Rebecca quickly bought their first home before having their first child, but now that they want to have another child, the house doesn't fit. Designer Hilary and Realtor David are ready to help. Hilary and her team will reformat th

  • HLILI-206H
    Andy and Parveen were recently married, but don't live under the same roof. Each of them has two children, but neither of them has enough bedrooms in their house to combine their families. Andy lives in a triplex where the third floor tenan

  • HLILI-508H
    With daycare, dwindling space, and sleep deprivation fueling domestic debate, Kim and Brad find themselves more divided than ever. Designer Hilary and Realtor David are here to save this pair from their downward spiral. Hilary and her team

  • HLILI-512H
    On top of being fed up with a single bathroom for four, a dark, dingy kitchen, and an ugly unfinished basement, Leslie and Dustin find out there are many other problems lurking behind the walls of their home. From no insulation in the basem

  • HLILI-605H
    With every inch of this house already pulling double duty, it seems this home has wedged itself between a conflicted couple. Desperate for a home that actually fits the demands of this ever growing family, this couple will have to decide if

  • HLILI-713H
    This old city residence once fit Niru and Alok's lifestyle to a tee. But life has changed, and so has their opinion of the house. After 8 years and 2 children, they are getting overwhelmed with the issues that come with living in a nearly 1

  • HLILI-802H
    After a year of looking and being outbid on eight different houses, Oliver and Melissa finally found a home. Although Melissa was out of town when Oliver decided to buy it, they moved in and thought it was the home for them. Little did they

  • HLILI-812H
    When Stephanie and Peter first purchased their 2200 square foot suburban house, it was perfect for these first time homeowners. But now they have a child and Stephanie's father has moved in with them. On top of the four people living in the

  • HLILI-910H
    When Sarah and Andrew became parents of two girls, they knew it was finally time to buy a house and opted for a quaint home in a central neighborhood. With enough bedrooms for everybody and a newly renovated basement to appease Andrew's ten

  • HLILI-504H
    Luke and Leva loved their character-filled home when they first bought it for their growing family. But after two decades, and three kids moving off to college, they have a surplus of space. Despite their agreement on their large home, Luke

  • HLILI-611H
    When Mary Jo and Glen found this former farmhouse, it was the country-living-in-the-city location that put it over the top for Glen. Mary Jo, on the other hand, would prefer to have more of the amenities that city life has to offer, like ce

  • HLILI-705H
    This controversial space was once a gold mine to Matt and Kelly. Being 150 years old, Victorian, and in midst of urban city life, the home was a perfect mix of the old and new. A growing family and 1,000 headaches later, Kelly is ready to g

  • HLILI-708H
    Joe and Linh bought their suburban home for its excellent backyard view and modern layout. But with twin boys now in the picture, the couple reevaluates the safety and space of their home. A busy road, lack of a play room, and a high level

  • HLILI-811H
    Dave and Wendy thought they lucked out when they purchased this 2300 square foot bungalow because of the state of the market. But several years and two daughters later, Wendy's feelings about the home have completely changed in large part d

  • HLILI-807H
    When Sarena and Flare bought this 1100 square foot house in the city, they were eager to embrace the next chapter of their relationship. Despite the dream location, one year after their big move, Flare's feelings for this house have complet

  • HLILI-809H
    By the time Krista joined him in this 1800 square foot rural bungalow, Dave had his roots planted deeply. Dave wants to stay, but the home's history has Krista wanting to leave?not to mention the long list of problems that haven't been solv

  • HLILIT-105H
    When Michelle and Brandon bought this heritage home six years ago, they were real estate investors hoping to turn a fixer upper into a fast buck. But before they could sell their newly renovated nest egg, Michelle fell in love with the plac

  • HLILIT-107H
    David and Geneva bought their fixer-upper in search of more room for their growing family. But four years later, the renovations are still not completed and Geneva is fed up. David, on the other hand, thinks all the house needs is a little

  • HLILI-608H
    For Jeff and Mika, it didn't take long for their suburban home to go from wonderful to way too small. In addition to a main floor layout consisting of too many walls, their house is struggling in several ways. The basement is damp, there is

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About This Show

When a house no longer feels like home, homeowners are left with a big financial and emotional question: renovate or sell it? Love It or List It helps fed-up homeowners decide. In each hour-long episode Realtor David Visentin and designer Hilary Farr compete for the homeowners' final decision to stay or go. David's insider perspective on the real estate market helps target listings to prospective buyers, but Hilary is determined to show homeowners that, within their budget, she can transform their worn-out house into a castle they can love. If the owners decide to list it, Hilary's hard work adds to the home's resale value. It's a tough decision either way. Which choice would you make?

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