Geoff and Lorraine are empty nesters who want more room for when their expanding extended family comes to visit. Geoff thinks a new home is in order, while Lorraine has too many memories to let go of their home. Realtor Todd needs to convince sentimental Lorraine that a new home is where the heart is. And Designer Jillian and her team must reconfigure a choppy floor plan to show Geoff there's no place like his current home. Can Geoff and Lorraine both love their home again or will they list it?
Joanna and Derek's starter home no longer functions for their lifestyle and hobbies as a family of four. Derek just sees too many walls in the way of a future in their current home, but Joanna thinks they just need to tear those walls down. Designer Jillian and her team will try to give this family the functional space they so badly need with a bright, open concept redesign. While Realtor Todd believes a fresh start is just around the bend with a move in ready home close to the city. Fed up with a house that offers great curb appeal but has walls of problems inside, Joanna and Derek need to decide. Can they love their home again, or will they list it?
It was love at first sight for Nimira and Anastasia when they saw this unique character home in a highly coveted neighborhood. But the house has some features that soon took the fun out of funky for Anastasia. Designer Jillian must turn an unusual floor plan into a fun, functional home. While Realtor Todd has to find a practical house that is anything but cookie cutter. Sick of bickering over their quirky but dysfunctional home, Anastasia and Nimira must 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?
This mountainside home was perfect for a family of four, but now that they're a family of five, Julie and Bernard simply need more space. Julie hopes a better layout will do the trick, but Bernard believes only more square footage will do. Designer Jillian has an uphill battle to convince Bernard that size isn't everything. While Realtor Todd takes them on a journey of twists and turns to find the perfect house. Will Bernard and Julie love their home again or will they list it?
Ten years ago in the most expensive pocket of the city, Belinda and Sam bought their 100 year old fixer upper as the perfect place to raise their active boys. But this exclusive neighborhood and their oversized yard comes with a hefty price tag. So they built a rental in their backyard to for extra income, but it came in way over budget. Now they're scared to tackle the renovations inside their own house. Belinda wants to move but Sam isn't on board. Ready to get in the game are Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to transform a century old home into a modern day living space, while Todd believes a fresh start is just what this family needs. In the end Belinda and Sam must decide: will they love their home again or will they list it?
After Donna and Rick got married, they were ready to find a home to start a family in. Three kids later, they've outgrown that perfect home that they started out in. The baby has no bedroom, the entry is a disaster, and the kitchen has seen better days. Donna is done with this place and wants to move, but Rick thinks their house just needs a little polishing to get back to its original luster. It's game on for Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian has to turn an outdated mess into a home run, while Todd has to find a brand new place that covers all the bases. Can this diamond in the rough turn into a real gem or is it time for Donna and Rick to dig up a new treasure? Can they love their home again or will they list it?
After meeting in the army and getting married, Lisa and Chris fell in love with an historic house in a family friendly area of the city. It was fine at first, but now with kids in the picture and a pet horse in the equation, things have gotten complicated. Chris likes their location and thinks the house can be updated to suit them, but Lisa is ready to move out to the countryside to be with her horse and find a nicer, newer home. The race is on for Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd to solve this housing crisis. Jillian's betting a fabulous and functional renovation will have Lisa putting her house before the horse, but Todd thinks that the odds are in his favor and finding a perfect country home will have the whole family heading for greener pastures. Can this house win their hearts again or is it time for Chris and Lisa to ride off into the sunset? Will they love it or will they list it?
Four years ago, Alice and Jim moved back from the Philippines and found the perfect home for themselves and three of their four grown daughters. The location was great and the size was fine for the family. But then their other daughter moved in and now the place is too cramped for six adults. Everyone is sharing one bathroom and the kitchen is a challenging area to get anything done in. Jim wants to get out and get into a bigger place but Alice thinks that there are solutions for all the problems in their current house and wants to give it another chance. Ready to take this contest on are Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian hopes to get a leg up on the competition with a spacious open concept redesign, while options may be in short supply for realtor Todd as he tries to find the perfect five bedroom house. In the end, Jim and Alice will have to decide, can their family of six adults love the home their in? Or should they list it?
Eight years ago after their children flew the coop, Cindy and Chris downsized to an adorable townhouse near the city. But it turns out they went too small and now don't have enough space to do the thing they really love- entertain. Cindy thinks the location is great and the home can be fixed, but Chris is ready to move on to a better place. Ready for the latest showdown are designer Jillian and real estate agent Todd. Jillian and her team hope to create an open concept layout perfect for entertaining, while Todd has some new homes in store for these empty nesters. Conflicted over what to do with their closed off tired townhouse, Cindy and Chris must decide- can they love their home again or will they list it?
For Stephanie and Darrell, it was all about the location when they bought a home to raise their three young kids. But soon they discovered location isn't everything and the house isn't working for them like they'd hoped it would. Stephanie strongly believes a change will do them good and is ready to find a new home, but Darrell think that all they need are a few renovations. Certain they can help the couple are real estate agent Todd and designer Jillian. Todd has to find a street of dreams to budge Darrell from a location he loves, while Jillian has to get past a dysfunctional layout for Stephanie to see any future in her home. Can Stephanie and Darrell put their differences aside and learn to love their house again? Or is it time to get a move on and find a place with more than location on its side? Will they love it or list it?
To Talia and Travis, finding a home to raise a family was daunting. And although it wasn't anywhere near perfect, they thought the historical home they found would be a labor of love to fix up. Years later, the house still isn't what they want. Travis thinks there's still hope, but Talia's craving a fresh start since soon they'll have their hands full with a baby and won't have time for renovations. Ready to dive into this challenge are real estate agent Todd and designer Jillian. Todd needs to find a house with lots of space and plenty of character, while Jillian has to bring new life into a home past its prime. Travis thinks he's found his happily ever after home but Talia is pushing for a practical new place before baby makes four. Will they love it or list it?
When Mike and Michelle bought their first home, they were very particular about the location. But getting into their dream neighborhood didn't give them a dream home. On top of that, a flash flood destroyed their basement and now the whole family is being forced to live in only half the home. Michelle is done with the place and is ready to move out, but Mike thinks once the basement is taken care of, the house will be happily livable. Here to help are real estate agent Todd and designer Jillian. Designer Jillian and her team hope to transform a chaotic, flood riddled home, while Todd looks for a turnkey house near their perfect location. In love with their neighborhood but frustrated with a dysfunctional, flood damaged home, Mike and Michelle need to decide, can they love their home again or will they list it?
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