When Brendan married Veronica ten years ago, she was the proud owner of a large home in the suburbs and while he adored his new bride, he had reservations about her old house. Even after Brendan put his blood, sweat and tears into renovating the home, he still doesn't love it. Add the fact that their children are nearly grown, and he just doesn't see a future in their dysfunctional home. Veronica, on the other hand, doesn't think it's time to give up just yet. To stop their never ending argument, enter highly trained competitors Jillian and Todd, each with different strategies to save everyone's piece of mind. Designer Jillian and her team hope to reinvigorate this old home with a remarkable reno, while Realtor Todd hopes to go the distance by finding a new house the whole family can love. Tired of dealing with the problems in their cluttered house, Brendan and Veronica are wondering whether they will be able to love their home again... or will they list it?
When Holly and Chester bought his parent's house 8 years ago, they agreed it was a starter home. But now that they've settled into life with new baby Avery, Holly is having second thoughts about leaving their affordable little house behind. Chester on the other hand thinks all their issues are fixable by finding a new home. To stop this standoff enter competitors Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to transform the 70's starter home into something more modern for Chester, while Todd tries to convince Holly it's the right time to buy a new house. Tired of living with the problems of their dysfunctional house, Holly and Chester are wondering whether they can love their home again or will they list it?
Four years ago, Angela and Mike bought a quirky beach side home despite its outdated style. Now they still love the location of their home, but since Angela's mom has moved in, their three bedroom beach house isn't functioning for the family anymore. While Angela wants privacy, separate bedrooms for the kids, an updated kitchen, and a livable outdoor space, Mike just wants to be close to the beach. Mike loves their outdated beach house and wants to renovate and stay. But Angela is fed up with their dated home and is ready to move on. Enter home experts Jillian and Todd to settle this dispute. Designer Jillian and her team hope to create some much needed privacy with a new functional design. But Realtor Todd believes the answer is a new home near the water. Mike and Angela are wondering: can they love their home again, or will they list it?
Liza and Shawn bought their charming home because of its great backyard. Now, with three small children, the closed layout and lack of space is driving Shawn crazy, but Liza thinks it's all fixable. Designer Jillian and her team try to win the day by turning their house into the perfect family home, while Realtor Todd hopes to show that true happiness lies in a new house. Tired of locking horns over their historical home, Shawn and Liza are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
Kim and Randy bought their beachside rancher ten years ago when they learned their daughter's health issues would cause her to rely on a wheelchair. But as she grows and moves into a bigger chair, their already cramped home is about to get tighter. Designer Jillian hopes to win with a stunning redesign that functions better for their family. While Realtor Todd believes he can find exactly what this family needs in a spacious, open concept home close to the beach. Conflicted over what to do with their poorly configured home, Kim and Randy must decide. Will they love their home again, or will they list it?
When Joyce and Steven bought their mountainside charmer twelve years ago, they knew it needed some work, but loved all the space. But once reality set in, the couple realized it was more than they could handle. Steven thinks it's time to move on to greener pastures, but Joyce believes the house could be fixed up with some help. Enter Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try to make better use of all the space inside with a brand new redesign, while Todd believes he can solve all their problems with a smaller more functional home. With opposing views of what to do with the poorly designed space, Joyce and Steven have to decide- will they love their home again or will they list it?
After falling in love 5 years ago, Susan and Harvey searched the city for a heritage house that felt like home. But now that there's a baby on the way, Susan can't see how family life fits in a 1930's character house. Harvey loves the warm, charming feel of their home and doesn't want to move, but Susan wants a functional house before the baby arrives. To put this argument in the past, enter our rivals Realtor Todd and Designer Jillian. Todd hopes to prove another house can offer vintage charm in a family friendly way, while Jillian and her team hope to make peace by renovating the character house into a stress-free family home. Fed up with debating the fate of their cozy, old bungalow, Susan and Harvey are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
When Karen and Sat bought a house in a mountainside community, they wanted a large family home close to friends and family. 10 years later, they're now a family of four lost in a 5000 square foot house. And this big home came with one tiny problem?a poorly designed layout that Sat can't stand. But Karen thinks, with a little help, they could reorganize the space to the rooms that really need it. Here to find a sensible solution for this family of four are two experts. Realtor Todd will try to entice them with some open concept options. While designer Jillian will redesign they're claustrophobic layout to try to make sense of their compartmentalized mess of a home. Exhausted with trying to make a poorly executed layout work in such a large house, Karen and Sat are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
Eight years ago, Steph and Cynthia bought their historic housee from Cynthia's mom. The home's character, location, and backyard is what won them over, but after having two kids, their home is now bursting at the seams. All Cynthia wants is more storage space to organize all the clutter in their current home. But Steph is just fed up and thinks the only solution is a bigger house. Here to dig this couple out from the clutter are rivals Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try and bring order to chaos with a functional redesign. While Todd believes he can find all the storage they could ever need in a newer bigger home. Conflicted over what to do with a beautiful old home that is bursting at the seams, Steph and Cynthia will have to decide, will they love their home again...or will they list it?
Two decades ago, Penny joined Chuck in his childhood home. Although Chuck intends to stay for a lifetime, Penny wants to start a new chapter in a different home. Designer Jillian hopes to win the hearts of our homeowners by transforming a lousy layout into a podium-worthy family home. While Todd is aiming for an open concept pick in the heart of Chuck's long-time family neighborhood. Divided on what to do with Chuck's dysfunctional, childhood home, Penny must decide - can she love her home again? Or will Chuck agree to list it?
When they bought this character home six years ago, do-it-yourselfer James was excited by the thought of bringing the home's potential to light. But wife Candice is at her breaking point with all their unfinished business. Realtor Todd will try to solve this housing crisis by finding a turnkey home. Designer Jillian will try to power through this family's stalled reno in hopes they will stay. Tired of being tied down by their needy house, can Candice and James learn to love their home again, or will they list it?
Nine years ago Lucky and Nancy found the perfect neighborhood and house, but with four kids and a growing family, Nancy is ready to search for a bigger space. To get them to stay, Jillian shows the couple that by knocking a few walls down and revamping the kitchen, living room, bathroom and deck, space can be created to fit the family of six. To get them to move on to greener pastures, Todd shows Nancy and Lucky a house already equipped with the extra room they need and a basement complete with a home theater perfect for family fun nights. Divided on what to do with their first family home, Nancy and Lucky will soon have to make a decision -- will they love it or will they list it?
While house hunting two years ago, Sabrina fell in love with this home in her childhood neighborhood, and convinced husband Kevin to buy it sight unseen. Kevin feels no connection to the home, but Sabrina can't imagine raising their future family anywhere else. Realtor Todd will search for a property that can outshine their current space, but Designer Jillian believes that if she can turn this place around they'll be happy to call this their forever home. Then Kevin and Sabrina will have to decide, will they love it or list it?
Mary only sees potential in the home she and her husband bought 14 years ago, but Calvin feels like it's time to move on from the cluttered and outdated house. To get them to leave the old home behind, Todd shows the couple a house with extra rooms that can double as Mary's jewelry office, a spacious backyard fit for entertaining and a kitchen perfect for their large family gatherings. To convince them to stay, Jillian reworks their interior to create an open concept kitchen-living space and updates their laundry room to be more accessible. The time to decide is fast approaching -- will they love it or will they list it?
A couple clashes over their living arrangements as they approach retirement. He's hoping to find a new home with more space so he can restore his classic car but she thinks a simple remodel will make the house they've had for years perfect again. Can Jillian redesign their old home to make him want to stay, or will Todd find the perfect home that will make her want to leave?
Fed up with her commute, a woman decides it's time to move to a new location. Her husband, however, thinks remodeling the house will make her reconsider and Jillian has a redesign in mind that should compensate for the inconvenient commute. Will Todd find a dream home in a better location that will benefit the couple more?
Chris and Stephanie have a lot of history in their current home and neighborhood, but Stephanie is tired of sinking money into a non-functional house. Designer Jillian knows that creating a functional home will make Stephanie want to stay right where she is, but real estate agent Todd thinks that when Chris sees everything a newer house has to offer, he'll move his family out of their current money pit. Will this couple be able to find a new love for their home or will they list it?
Seeking a fresh start, a woman decides it's time for her and her husband to move into a new home. He, however, thinks a few simple updates would do the house some good so Jillian is there to transform this overwhelming mess of a house. With Todd trying to lure the couple away to a new life in a new neighborhood, which choice will they make?
All New: Thursday, May 31 at 9|8c