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  • HLILI-211H
    Doug and Ellie rented for over two decades. Then, when they were able to buy a home, they made a quick decision. With two children almost ready to move out, the house doesn't fit the family or the future. Designer Hilary and Realtor David 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-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-205H
    Andy and Helen searched through hundreds of houses to find a feng shui, mother-in-law approved home. They have lived in their house for 15 years. But, now it doesn't fit their family with three growing boys. Designer Hilary and Realtor Davi

  • HLILI-204H
    Rob and Kim decided they were ready to start a family, and they needed a bigger house to do so. When life didn't go according to plan, they found themselves living in an oversized home, with only hopes of filling it with family. Designer Hi

  • HLILI-502H
    Craig and Julie bought their home after only looking at the plans. After they moved in, they realized the house that looked good on paper isn't functioning for their family. With a baby on the way, they desperately need another bedroom. Rea

  • 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

  • HLILI-909H
    Over three decades ago, Irene and Marcos moved from Ecuador to start a new life in their suburban home. Thirty-five years later, the couple only have one daughter still living at home, but their house has gotten busier. With the addition of

  • HLILI-806H
    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-1005H
    Eight years after buying a 2200 square foot income property, Becky and Junior's tenants have moved out of the top floors, but they and their two daughters still live in the basement apartment. Becky wants to reclaim the upstairs space to m

  • HLILI-803H
    Sixteen years ago, Scott purchased this house with intentions of renting it out and making some money. Little did he know, one of his tenants would be his future wife and they'd be the talk of the town. Now after eleven years of marriage an

  • HLILI-1003H
    When artist Deborah and musician Jay bought this 2000 square foot home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, they did so thinking it would bring an end to a decade of moving from place to place. Five years later, the home is just not working f

  • 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-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-1003H
    When artist Deborah and musician Jay bought this 2000 square foot home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, they did so thinking it would bring an end to a decade of moving from place to place. Five years later, the home is just not working f

  • HLILI-904H
    Chelsea and Brian found a lakeside bungalow and fell in love with the view. But it wasn't long before Brian started seeing things more clearly on the inside of the house. Brian is fed up with the lack of space and the problems in the baseme

  • 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-911H
    When Robin and his son Sam joined Kelly and her son Jonah in Kelly's 1,000 square foot house, things became tight very quickly. Kelly loves their neighborhood and doesn't have any issues with their boxy ranch, however Robin feels they need

  • HLILI-906H
    By the time Bevin landed with Jacqueline in her 3-story home in the city, it had long held a special place in Jacqueline's heart, since she inherited it from her beloved grandmother. Shortly after having two kids of their own, Bevin's three

  • 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

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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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