Gem and Mark want to sell their Santa Monica condo. Will buyers appreciate the home's funky layout, do the Noland's need to make some major changes?
An engaged couple wants to sell their tiny townhouse and find a larger home in Texas.
Sherri and Todd are ready to return to Phoenix along with their daughter Cambria. The only roadblock is that certain problem areas - particularly in the kitchen, laundry room and bathroom - are preventing the sale of their arts-and-crafts style home.
Nuria, Robert and their family have long since outgrown their current home. In order to sell, though, they have some serious clutter to clean.
While they loved living in their current home, Julie and Al realize that the house -- and especially the kitchen -- could use some serious design help before putting it on the market.
A recently engaged couple wants to find a home together, but they must first sell their house.
Lisa feels that her spacious cottage-style home is too big now that her daughter is in college. With plans of moving to Italy, a much-needed makeover is in order before her home is ready to sell.
Renee and George have had their home on the market for eight months and have not received a single offer. The Designed to Sell team steps in to make their modern home market-ready.
Sisters Lin-Shan and Lin Pei Chin live together in a moderately sized townhome but are planning to move soon. To expedite the process and showcase their house's full potential, there are design flaws in the kitchen, dining room and living room that need to be remedied.
Major league baseball scout Trey Magnuson and his wife Julie, a realtor, are bursting at the seams in their current house. In order to sell their home, they bring the Designed to Sell team up to bat for a makeover and a lot of de-cluttering.
Joe Marphis, a software engineer, and his wife Denise, a stay-at-home mom, have dreams of moving to the suburbs and purchasing a larger home for themselves and their three young children. Unfortunately, their current home is a kiddie catastrophe that is nowhere near ready for the market.
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