With her family of six living under one roof, Jessica is frustrated with their lack of space. But her husband, Derek, doesn't see what all the fuss is about. Realtor Todd thinks they should throw in the towel and find a home that fits their family. But designer Jillian thinks she can add storage and space with a breath-taking reno. In the end they'll have to choose. Will they love it or list it?
Yoga instructor Ian loves their mountainside home 45 minutes out of town, but flight attendant Karen is tired of the long commute and she's ready to fly the coop. Realtor Todd hopes to find Karen, Ian, and their two teenagers a home closer to the airport while Designer Jillian has big dreams of transforming their home to fit their needs. Ian may have found his place to namaste but Karen is ready to get the show on the road. Will they love it or will they list it?
Young music lovers, Alia and David, found harmony together when help from family meant they could purchase their first home, a suburban fixer upper outside the city. They've managed to renovate half the home themselves, but the house is far from finished, and Alia can't take it anymore. Designer Jillian has the daunting task of renovating three bathrooms. While Realtor Todd has the steep challenge of finding a move-in ready home with a great yard. Stressed out by their half-renovated home and in desperate need of help to complete the rest, Alia and David must decide. Can they love their home again, or will they list it?
When they bought this character home six years ago, do-it-yourselfer James was excited by the thought of bringing the home's potential to light. But wife Candice is at her breaking point with all their unfinished business. Realtor Todd will try to solve this housing crisis by finding a turnkey home. Designer Jillian will try to power through this family's stalled reno in hopes they will stay. Tired of being tied down by their needy house, can Candice and James learn to love their home again, or will they list it?
Cathy moved into Peter's beachfront bachelor pad two years ago after falling head over heels in love. While the the stunning water views bring Cathy some calm, the house itself isn't so tranquil. Designer Jillian plans to take this home from tacky to tranquil, while Realtor Todd knows that a waterfront property is his only shot at a win. Haunted by ghosts of Peter's past, Cathy must decide can she learn to love Peter's beach front bachelor pad or will he agree to list it?
Eight years ago Dawn and Brian jumped at the chance to buy this split-level home, but more for what was outside than inside. Now that their two boys are older and busier, Dawn is convinced the grass will be greener on the other side of the creek. But Brian thinks the right renovation will blow any new house out of the water. Todd may have to find something off the beaten track to win Brian over. While Jillian has to create an oasis from the inside out if she wants Dawn to stay.
Lisa and Derek were overjoyed to find a home to raise their kids in Derek's old stomping grounds, but now Lisa is ready to put her foot down because the floor plan blocks the flow from room to room. Lisa is sure that Realtor Todd can find a spacious, open concept house in their current neighborhood. But Derek thinks they have plenty of space, and he hopes Designer Jillian can unlock the home's potential with a smart redesign of the layout. Sick of bumping heads over a tiny family home that seems to be closing in on them, Lisa and Derek must decide...Can they love their home again, or will they list it?
Three years ago, Debra and Paul needed to find a home with more space. Paul fell in love with their old, character home, but Debra quickly grew sick of all its flaws. Realtor Todd has to convince Paul that a new house can have character too, while Designer Jillian must drive home to Debra that you can teach an old house new tricks. Can the right renovations help Debra see past her home's character flaws, or will she convince Paul that new and improved is the way to go? Will they love it or will they list it?
When Lyanne and Chris bought their home 7 years ago, the idea of raising kids in their childhood neighborhood was a dream come true. As the kids continue to grow, the house is quickly becoming too small. Designer Jillian knows an open concept layout is vital for Lyanne to stay, while Realtor Todd hopes more square footage will be the ace up his sleeve. In love with their neighborhood, but divided over what to do with their closed off, cramped home, Lyanne and Chris must decide can they love their home again or will they list it?
Seventeen years ago, Meg and Neal, with two young kids, bought this split-level home in a family friendly neighborhood. While Meg and Neal love their neighborhood, Meg wants their house to take a hike. With one son in college and the second soon to follow, Meg sees an opportunity to downsize. Do Designer Jillian's remodeling plans stand a fighting chance opposite Realtor Todd's epic strategy of move-in-ready? For Meg this split-level home is too big and quirky, but for Neal it's full of great memories. Can Meg learn to love their home again or will Neal agree to list it?
While house hunting two years ago, Sabrina fell in love with this home in her childhood neighborhood, and convinced husband Kevin to buy it sight unseen. Kevin feels no connection to the home, but Sabrina can't imagine raising their future family anywhere else. Realtor Todd will search for a property that can outshine their current space, but Designer Jillian believes that if she can turn this place around they'll be happy to call this their forever home. Then Kevin and Sabrina will have to decide, will they love it or list it?
When Rachelle and Tim wanted a house, they disagreed on whether this was the right one for their family. Eight years later Rachelle loves their cozy house, but Tim's tired of it's confined quarters. Designer Jillian must put the brakes on Tim's desire to leave with her spacious design. While Realtor Todd hopes the perfect house will convince Rachelle it's time to hit the road. Can they learn to love their home again or will they list it?
When Vivian and Don bought their home 13 years ago, they saw nothing but potential for their growing family, but now Vivian is frustrated with how the design splits up the family over three floors. Designer Jillian is confident she can convince Vivian to stay with a stunning redesign, while Todd's eager to show Don he can balance contemporary with character in a brand new home. Will the redesign convince Vivian to love her home again or will the family decide to list it?
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