Ylva and Eric are moving to Ylva's native Sweden. But first, they will need to sell their 1920's home on Chicago's North Shore. Wisely, they've called on the Designed to Sell team to help give their worn out home a little more wow factor.
Michael and Kelly Gaines have a cute home, but cute doesn't always sell. Their sparse living room, awkward dining room and cluttered den aren't bringing in the buyers. The Designed to Sell team plan to take this house from so-so to sold.
Steven and Teresa Walsh love their vintage home, but with a growing family, they need more space. Only problem, their hodge-podge kitchen remodel is spoiling a sale.
Pedro and Marina Ravelo have a large home that's perfect for a growing family. But bigger isn't always better when you're trying to sell. The Designed to Sell makes the most of their wasted spaces.
Jeff and Kristen Clark are trying to sell their condo in a very compeditive market. With wall-to-wall 70's decor, they've yet to make a sale and have asked the Designed to Sell team to give them the edge they need.
Jennifer Manning and her niece Angela Crandall are selling the home they share. Both are moving, one for work, the other to retire, but cutting through years of clutter may make this a difficult sale.
Monica Pedersen takes on a large row house's outdoor spaces by updating the deck and garage.
Gail Higgins and her daughters, Emily and Laura, are selling their family home. Both daughters are leaving the house, and Gail wants to downsize. But years of living in an old home have taken their toll, and signs of neglect are everywhere. Can the Designed to Sell team give it the attention it needs and get the Higgins family packing?
Sherri Austin and her daughter Lauren are on the move; Lauren is off to college, and Sherri bought a condo to replace her empty nest. Her move date is quickly approaching, and she needs to sell the house to avoid paying two mortgages. But her to-do list is overwhelming and could keep her house on the market if she doesn't complete it.
Seth and Kim live in Oak Park, IL with their children, Emma and Jude. With the kids growing up fast, they'd like to move closer to their families, but will need to sell their classic bungalow first. Unfortunately, a dated facade renovation left the front of their house with a face that no one wants to buy.
Sarah and Ryan love their modern loft in the city, but work is taking them elsewhere and they need to sell. With a saturated loft market and sub-grade amenities, they know this will be a tough sell and have asked the Designed to Sell team for help.
Now that Charissa and John Proctor have three children, their city townhome has become too small. However, before they can sell their home, the Designed to Sell team encourages them to tone down the theme-style decorating.
Trish Pattrone and her boyfriend Chris Harif live in her spacious suburban tri-level. They're both trying to sell their homes in order to buy a place together, but the dated decor and cramped kitchen in Trish's home is scaring away buyers.
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