Sebastian and Staci have lived in their home for six years and have reached the limits of its space. With two small children and frequent family visitors, they are ready to move into a larger home with more bedrooms, but they need help uncluttering and staging their current house so buyers can see it shine.
The Boldens have raised two sons in their Atlanta home, but they are soon to be empty nesters looking for a fresh start in a new house. However, from the carpet to the kitchen appliances to the master bedroom, their current place needs an upgrade before they can move on.
Nancy Anderson's large traditional home is too much house for her and her two children. The Designed to Sell team tackles her dilapidated deck and patio, while serving up some serious staging indoors to get Nancy top dollar.
Will and Rachel were recently married, and they've moved into an adorable new home. However, they still need to sell Will's bachelor pad. It's a condo in a historic building that's more than a century old, but along with the charming old architecture, comes some dire need of updating the master bedroom, a bathroom and the deck.
Patrick loved living in his hip loft, but he had the amazing opportunity to purchase and renovate his childhood home. Now he is stuck with two mortgages and the renovation bills. He needs the Designed to Sell team's help to make sure his place has the urban, trendy feel that potential buyers of his loft are looking for.
The Harrelsons are expecting their second child and have decided to move out west to be closer to family. They bought their three-bedroom rental property in Atlanta three years ago, and it's definitely showing some wear and tear. The Designed to Sell team find the diamond that's in the rough of their living room and dining room.
Aaron and Leeanna just got engaged and are ready to trade their eclectic loft for a house. They want to move before they get married, so the pressure is on. While they've done a lot to make the loft feel homey, the large open spaces in the entry and the master bedroom still give the place an empty feeling. They need the Designed to Sell team's help to give their loft mass appeal.
J and Shea bought their 1920s bungalow when they were married three years ago. They have lovingly restored many rooms to their former glory, but many spaces still need help. With plans to move to downtown Atlanta, they've called on the Designed to Sell team to help turn their place into a standout property.
Ann bought her four bedroom ranch two years ago thinking it would be a great project to tackle. With an outdated kitchen and worn bathrooms, her to-do list was long. However, with a demanding job, she hasn't had the time to tackle all the work and now wants to downsize. She needs the Designed to Sell team to complete contemporary updates in her kitchen, dining room and great room.
Jen and Matt are weekend warriors who bought a four-bedroom split level home in the hopes of updating its 1980s feel. Now with a baby on the way, they realize they have bitten off more than they can chew. They want to make quick upgrades to their den, dining room and bathroom so they can sell this house and move to one that requires a lot less work.
Alecia and Bill bought their three bedroom ranch home when they were newlyweds. Now with two small girls in tow, they need more space. Their home was last renovated in the 1980s and needs some serious TLC before it goes on the market. The Designed to Sell team provides traditional style updates to the den, the patio and the master bedroom.
Carlson has lived in her turn of the century home for almost ten years and is ready to move into newer construction. She has tried to make the most of the space, but there is certainly much room for improvement. The Designed to Sell team pulls out all the stops to realize the potential of this traditional gem in a renovation that will blow buyers away.
Trevor and John love their charming Victorian home, but Trevor's new job is requiring them to relocate. Before their place goes on the market, the Designed to Sell team addresses what's turning buyers off: dated features, overly personalized decor and neglected spaces, and they focus on contemporary updates on a bathroom, guest bedroom and porch.
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