Love It Or List It

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  • HLILI-201H
    Andrew and Julie loved their house from the moment they saw it being built. Now that they have three kids, their family has outgrown the space. Realtor David and Designer Hilary are ready to help. David will look for houses to fit their fam

  • HLILI-301H
    Homeowners Michael and Jeff have lived in their century old house with two gardens for 12 years. They love the historic neighborhood, but the love for their home has fizzled. Michael is ready to move out and downsize, while Jeff is not quit

  • HLILI-306H
    When Rachel and Stephan were purchasing their first house, they had a baby on the way and had to rush their decision. The small old house no longer works for their family. Designer Hilary and her team will come in and make renovations to th

  • HLILI-501H
    Two years ago, Rebecca and Sean made a decision to have an active city lifestyle, even if they had to give up the space they were used to. The charm of their 75 year old house had the family in love, but the downsize has the couple wonderin

  • 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-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

  • HLILI-706H
    This small home has a big history for mother Roxy and her daughter Dee. Purchased 10 years ago after working as a nurse, Roxy took pride in the space she provided her daughter with. Dee, now grown and a co-owner of the home, is in need of a

  • HLILI-805H
    Ten years ago, Danielle and Aaron purchased an extreme fixer upper from her uncle after it had been run down by previous renters. She knew she had to have it and despite a long list of problems, she somehow convinced Aaron that they should

  • HLILI-913H
    When Jody and Sam discovered they were expecting their first child, they traded their downtown condo for a more sensible home. Not long after the arrival of their son, Jody noticed the many problems with their new house. Sam, on the other

  • HLILI-1006H
    Sue and her son used to live alone in this 1100 square foot house. 10 years after squeezing in Bruce and his two grown kids, Bruce is ready to pack his bags, and stretch his legs in a bigger house, but Sue doesn't want to say good-bye to 2

  • HLILI-710H
    For BJ and Joe, parenthood prompted them to swap condo living for home ownership in a 1300 square foot fixer upper, a decision that has them split down the middle. Joe misses the ease of condo living and is daunted by the work that home own

  • HLILI-1004H
    Before they purchased this 1800 square foot home in an affluent neighborhood, Trish and Brian owned the house right next door, where they did a massive renovation for a very good reason--Brian has limited hearing and eyesight. When mother n

  • HLILI-801H
    When Brian and Andrea bought this partially renovated home 3 years ago, it was everything they wanted- or at least what he wanted. He loved the idea of making the home their own by renovating whenever he had time, but with one renovation af

  • HLILI-801H
    When Brian and Andrea bought this partially renovated home 3 years ago, it was everything they wanted- or at least what he wanted. He loved the idea of making the home their own by renovating whenever he had time, but with one renovation af

  • HLILI-1004H
    Before they purchased this 1800 square foot home in an affluent neighborhood, Trish and Brian owned the house right next door, where they did a massive renovation for a very good reason--Brian has limited hearing and eyesight. When mother n

  • 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-303H
    Love It or List It's Eddy and his wife Martine bought their home two years ago with plans to renovate. But Eddy struggles to manage his time between work on the show and work at home. Martine is ready to move out and give Eddy a break. Desi

  • HLILI-307H
    Charles and Sherry serve as a host family to foreign students. While the students keep the couple young, they are taking a toll on the house. Designer Hilary and her team work to find solutions to better accomodate so many people. Realtor D

  • 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-511H
    Twenty-two years ago, Bill and Marian decided to transform this triplex into a family home. As a safety inspector, Bill is satisfied with the second staircase and the benefits that come with having an emergency exit. But Marian feels otherw

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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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