Love It Or List It

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  • 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-106H
    Three years ago, Mike and Melinda moved into his childhood home. Even though it is in one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the country, Mike just can't stand the thought of living in his parent's old house. Melinda has different pl

  • 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-112H
    Victoria and Scott fell in love with their victorian home when they first moved in. But after having two kids, they've realized its not quite working out. Not only are they short on bedrooms, but the kitchen is completely dysfunctional. The

  • HLILI-312H
    Steve and Jennifer bought a 90-year-old fixer-upper for its location near Steve's family. Half-done renovations and multi-purposed rooms have the couple frustrated with their home. Designer Hilary and realtor David are ready to help the cou

  • HLILI-208H
    Chris and Stephanie bought what looks like the perfect home, but once inside problems are everyhwere. After five years, and having a baby, they're not sure about the future of their house. Designer Hilary and Realtor David are ready to help

  • HLILI-510H
    Fourteen years ago, Paul and Kate found the perfect fixer upper. But after having triplets, another child, and a dog, their 110-year-old, 4-bedroom house is stretched to its absolute limits. Frustrated with the malfunctioning main floor, a

  • HLILI-609H
    Partners Sandra and Sharon were not quite on the same page when they moved their two teens into this 2,000 square foot bungalow. Sharon loves the house and wants to make it work, but Sandra is over it and is ready to move on. The family is

  • 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-902H
    After a frustrating house hunt, new parents Allison and Robert thought they lucked out on finding a quaint 1200 square foot home in a prestigious neighborhood. But after moving in, Allison saw their house in a whole new, negative light. Sh

  • HLILI-604H
    This suburban house held the promise of a fruitful business for single mom Helen and her four children. But the family is now fed up with a single shower for five, a business overtaking the house, a shortage of bedrooms and a dark, dingy ba

  • HLILI-701H
    The time for having kids was perfect for Dan and Krista but, their 1400 square foot home isn't cutting it anymore. With five growing boys and a dysfunctional layout, the house is bursting at the seams. While Krista wishes to stay because of

  • HLILI-503H
    Paul and Pam have a fourth bedroom and they are having a hard time filling the room, and finding functional space in their home. Realtor David and designer Hilary are ready to help the family. David will search for houses that will fit ever

  • HLILI-111H
    This century old farmhouse's pre-war kitchen; dingy, damp, basement; drafty, old windows; and unfinished third floor loft have pushed Tom over the dysfunctional edge. But Melissa's desire to see the house's potential has caused almost daily

  • HLILI-101H
    Richard and Kim bought their charming row-house 12 years ago, but as their family has grown, the home has remained the same. They are constantly battling the layout and storage in their house. It's time for Designer Hilary and Realtor David

  • HLILI-602H
    When Mike and Kathy first bought this city home, they thought it was the perfect place for their family. But now that their two sons are grown and still living at home, they've come to realize it's just not working any more. Designer Hilary

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    When Darlene bought her home two years ago, daughter Jade was away riding horses for a living. But following some monetary issues, now 21-year-old Jade decided to move home and help with her mother's mortgage. Darlene loves the home and wan

  • HLILI-709H
    The Kelly and Phil's home is proving to be too small for them and their 3 kids as the due date for another baby approaches. Eight months pregnant and unwilling to leave the neighborhood, Kelly believes some rearranging and work on the unfin

  • HLILI-912H
    It was quite a journey before Sachi and Cam found themselves living in this 1500 square foot home. Under the pressure of time and the constraints of distance, Sachi and Cam purchased their home, sight unseen. After one year of giving it a

  • HLILI-1001H
    When the opportunity arose to purchase the 1100 square foot home right next to her elderly aunt, Danielle and her husband Richard jumped at the chance. A year after moving in, their son Finn was born, and despite settling in to their new ex

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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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