Leonore and George Lee have been living in their 1923 Prairie-style bungalow for six years. Newly married when they first bought it, they now have two small boys and are ready to move on to a larger space. Though theyve made some upgrades to this 2,000-square-foot house, they'll need to ramp it up if they're going to get top dollar in this suburban neighborhood. The Designed to Sell team signs on to help make that happen.
Carrie and Patrick McDowell are married, but still living in Patrick's bachelor pad. They're ready to make the move to a place where they can make new memories together, but first they need to cash out on their current property. The Designed to Sell team will help rid this place of its sports-bar image in exchange for sleek sophistication on a budget of just $2,000.
Melanie and Nathan Neely's condo is behind the times. Within four years, they have moved into their home, began rehabbing it, and are now expecting a baby. They need to move on to bigger and greener pastures. The Designed to Sell team signs on to help them put the past where it belongs and fill these homeowners' pockets with cash.
Angela and Mike Phillips really want to sell their home, but they have one big problem: too much large stuff is crammed into a small space. Can the Designed to Sell team of experts make room for buyers and turn this into a real estate winner?
Michelle and Bill Flood's condo is way behind the times. There's a difference between vintage and old, and their home seems to fall in the latter category. Nonetheless, designer Monica Pedersen and the Designed to Sell team aren't discouraged. The have a plan to modernize and bring this condo up to speed all on a budget of $2,000.
The future looks dim for Stephanie and Jim Sims' underground unit condo, as it is currently reminiscent of a dungeon. To redesign this space on a $2,000 budget is cutting it close, but designer Monica Pedersen and the rest of the Designed to Sell gang are sure they have what it takes to make it work.
Melissa and Jeff Congdon's condo needs to grow up. The way it looks now is reminiscent of a college dorm. Designer Monica Pedersen and the rest of the Designed to Sell team have a radical plan in mind to add value and style to this couple's home, making it a sure sell by the time the transformation is complete.
While most young families are moving to the suburbs, Mary and Chris Joyce are eager to become city-dwellers. His job downtown requires a long commute that's cutting into family time, so the obvious solution is to relocate, but first they have to sell their three-bedroom, one-bath house. Unfortunately, that has proven to be a challenge. The home has been on the market for six months without a single offer. This is clearly a case for the Designed to Sell team of experts, who have a habit of turning hard-to-sell houses into money in the home sellers' pockets.
Kristy and Khary Gibbs need to step it up if they want top dollar for their condo, and there's a lot of work to get done. This couple has a minimal budget and limited carpentry experience, so getting this place together will be a challenge. That's where the Designed to Sell team comes into play.
Saskia Volkers and Mael Bolore's 1920s condo needs a serious overhaul. They will have to dedicate much time and devotion to the bathroom in particular. That's where the Designed to Sell team comes into play. Designer Monica Pedersen and the rest of the team intend to pull out all the stops to get this home sold in short order.
Maya Comerota and James Stewart are getting married in a few months and buying a house together. Before that can happen, they must sell their condo. They can't receive anything less than their asking price, and achieving that will be a real challenge because the place needs some significant updates. The Designed to Sell team is ready to race the clock and get it ready for the market.
Former urbanites Sara and Andy Kahlenberg are ready to sell their suburban nest so they can return to city living. In order to do that, they need to sell their current home. That will involve a lot of time-consuming, specialized work, but the Designed to Sell team agrees to tackle the challenge and help get this couple back to the big city.
Corinne and Jay Sandor are trying to get their house sold before Jay starts his new job out of state. There's a load of work to get done before that can happen, and that's where the Designed to Sell team comes into the picture. Led by designer Monica Pedersen, a recipe for a successful sale is developed and the work begins. Can the job be done in time for the open house?
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