When Pamela Clay bought her three-bedroom, one-bathroom home four years ago, it was the perfect size for her. Then, her sister Wanda moved in with her 16-year-old son, and now they are bursting at the seams. These sisters need to sell this place and add contemporary design updates that will attract buyers.
Wil Kelly plans to sell his home, so he can move south to Miami. Problem is, his place screams bachelor pad and he's asked the Designed to Sell team for modern design updates that will appeal to a wide array of buyers.
Rex Weaver has lovingly personalized every inch of his mid-century modern, four-bedroom home. In fact, the home reflects his colorful and vibrant personality so much that potential buyers may have trouble seeing themselves here. Tired of his lengthy commute, Rex wants to move closer into Atlanta, but he needs the team's help toning his place down first.
When Arynne and Eliot Danghaar bought their four-bedroom brick colonial, they had big plans for it. Now, with too much house and too many projects, they are ready to downsize. Before they can sell their current home, all of those unfinished projects need to be completed to compete with the high-end homes in their neighborhood.
Roger Polakoski's job is relocating him, and he needs to sell his three-bedroom home in a neighborhood full of high-end properties. Roger's house is in need of some contemporary design touches if he wants it to stand out and bring in bids.
When Adam and Michelle Patterson bought their bungalow, it was in a state of disrepair. They intended on fixing it up and selling it for profit, but before they could get to every room, Adam received orders to go to Iraq. The Designed to Sell team is steps in to help Michelle finish the job and ensure a successful sale.
Denny and Lauren Ramsey bought their four-bedroom 1980s contemporary home several years ago and have enjoyed its unique charm. Now with a young daughter and another baby on the way, they need more space and they're ready to sell. First, they need the Designed to Sell team to update the home's '80s look while highlighting its unique architectural details.
Ann Green met the love of her life, and he lives in Houston. Before she can start her new life, she needs to sell her home in Atlanta's Ansley Park neighborhood. The home, built in the 1920s, has some space challenges that bring out the Designed to Sell team's inventiveness.
Colleen and Fred are getting married in just a few weeks. When Fred bought his three-bedroom ranch home, he had hopes of updating it and selling it for profit. Unfortunately, some of the updating has fallen by the wayside, and with a wedding date quickly approaching, this couple asks the Designed to Sell team to help them get the place in ship-shape so they can make a fresh start in a new home.
Stacy and Scott McDonnell bought their bungalow a few years ago when they were about to get married. Two kids later, they are ready to trade in city living for the suburbs. In fact, they've already moved into their new home and are now stuck with two mortgages and a house that needs a designer's touch before it's ready to put on the market.
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