Multigenerational Family Needs to Sell Their Home to Go Their Separate Ways
Episode HUSEL-310HSee all Episodes
May 17, 2013
9:30 AM e/p
The close knit, multigenerational Rocha family has decided to sell their 1,800 square foot, five bedroom home and go their separate ways. But after four months, they've had only eight showings and not a single offer. Located in a popular neighborhood just twenty minutes from downtown, the home features a new kitchen and separate basement apartment. But with its oversized furniture, dark and cluttered interiors, dilapidated bathroom, and off the charts price tag, the home is completely unsellable. In order to help send the family packing, property expert Sofie Allsopp unveils a luminous design intervention that's guaranteed to work. And while contractor Anthony Sayers and the construction team repaint, regrout, build a living room focal point, and transform the master bedroom into a study, Sofie explains why dropping the price and allowing open houses will dramatically improve the family's chances for a sale.