Serena & Flare are after more room in their tiny basement. Will they choose to move on or stay?
Wendie & Dave see if they want to make home improvements or sell up and move on.
The time for having kids was perfect for Dan and Krista but, their 1400 square foot home isn't cutting it anymore. With five growing boys and a dysfunctional layout, the house is bursting at the seams. While Krista wishes to stay because of the large backyard and school district, Dan already has one foot out the door. After Designer Hilary attempts to create a larger, more functional space and Realtor David finds a perfect replacement home, the couple will have to decide. Can David or Hilary convince this opposing couple to either Love it or List it?
This controversial space was once a gold mine to Matt and Kelly. Being 150 years old, Victorian, and in midst of urban city life, the home was a perfect mix of the old and new. A growing family and 1,000 headaches later, Kelly is ready to get out, but Matt is still holding on. Kelly's frustration isn't eye to eye with Matt's optimistic attitude on restoring this once shining gem. Fortunately, designer Hilary is bursting with ideas while Realtor David is already on the prowl for a replacement home. Will Kelly change her mind and love their home once more? Or will Matt discover a new dream home and decide.
The Dan and Marissa's hundred year old house is full of character... and flaws. Its floor plan, outdated lighting, and old heating source prevent the modern family from living comfortably. Marissa is holding on to the nostalgia of the home, while Dan is ready to run. Lucky for them, Hilary and her deisgn team are ready to transform the outdated space. And real estate agent David's already on the search for a new home. With tempers flaring, will the Dan and Marissa love thier home once again? Or will they list it?
Stephanie & Peter have to decide whether they want to remain in their house or sell it.
Joe and Linh bought their suburban home for its excellent backyard view and modern layout. But with twin boys now in the picture, the couple reevaluates the safety and space of their home. A busy road, lack of a play room, and a high level deck has forced this family to seek a solution. With Joe seeing positive quick fixes, designer Hilary must convince Linh to stay, while Realtor David begins the search for a safer and bigger option to show Joe that moving is the way to go. Will David persuay Joe to list it or will Hilary make Linh fall in love with the home once more?
Large and spacious, this home has served Brigitta and Angelo perfectly for the last 20 years. But like all good Italian families, this one continues to grow larger and their first family home may have finally reached critical mass. With two adults, two teenagers, and now two seniors, the house is starting to show signs of strain. This three-generation arrangement has created a tight squeeze and a rift between Brigitta and Angelo. Here to help are competitors Hilary and David, each with their own solution for this troubled household. Designer Hilary and her team will complete renovations aimed at getting the family to love their home again, while realtor David hopes to show them homes that will suit their growing family much better. With growing teenagers and mama and papa ready to move in, can Angelo and Brigitta learn to love their home again? Or will they list it?
This old city residence once fit Niru and Alok's lifestyle to a tee. But life has changed, and so has their opinion of the house. After 8 years and 2 children, they are getting overwhelmed with the issues that come with living in a nearly 100 year old home. Aside from the problems inside the house, the couple also can't agree on where they want to live. Niru wants to stay close to the city, but Alok wants to move into the suburbs. Ready to take on the challenge are compeitors Hilary and David, each with their own plan on what to do with Niru and Alok's old home. Designer Hilary and her team will conduct renovations aimed at getting the family to love their home again, while realtor David will show them other homes that could better suit their needs. Whether it's sticking with urban living versus moving to the burbs, or the issues around their shrinking space, Niru and Alok are divided--will they love their home again or will they list it?
When Brian and Andrea bought this partially renovated home 3 years ago, it was everything they wanted- or at least what he wanted. He loved the idea of making the home their own by renovating whenever he had time, but with one renovation after another, the end is nowhere in sight. Andrea is convinced that they have outgrown this house and doesn't want to put another penny into it, but Brian feels it holds promise and with help it will function for them again. Desperate to prove each half of this divided couple is right are competitors Hilary and David. Hilary and her team will renovate the home in order to make room for another baby, while David will show the family they can find more space in a new place. In the end, Brian and Andrea will have to decide... will they love their home again or will they list it?
After a year of looking and being outbid on eight different houses, Oliver and Melissa finally found a home. Although Melissa was out of town when Oliver decided to buy it, they moved in and thought it was the home for them. Little did they know they were very wrong. Melissa can't stand the problem after problem that this house presents, including a dangerous staircase, a smelly basement, and a tiny washroom. But what Melissa sees as problems with the house, Oliver sees as challenges yet to be solved. Enter competitors Hilary and David. Designer Hilary and her team will renovate the home in order to convince Melissa to stay, while realtor David will show Oliver they can find a better place to call home. Without any clear solutions, but plenty of suggestions, Melissa and Oliver will have to decide... will they love their home again or will they list it?
Ten years ago, Danielle and Aaron purchased an extreme fixer upper from her uncle after it had been run down by previous renters. She knew she had to have it and despite a long list of problems, she somehow convinced Aaron that they should become the home's owners. Ten years later, the to-do list hasn't gotten any smaller and the daily battle against the home's troubled past has caused a total flip-flop in the hearts of Danielle and Aaron. He wants to stay and she wants to go. Competitors Hilary and David step into the mix to size up the impending challenge. Hilary and her design team aim to renovate the home in order to convince Danielle to stay, while Realtor David plans on showing the couple new houses in order to convince Aaron to move. Desperate for a worry-free family home, Danielle and Aaron will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?
One year ago, Ron and Mishelle bought this five generation, century old home from his parents. Ron loves the legacy home, but Mishelle misses their bungalow in the city. Soon after she agreed to move in, the classic conflicts between city girl and country boy quickly became apparent. Creating a brighter future for the homeowners are designer Hilary and realtor David. Hilary and her team will redesign the country home with more convenient amenities for Mishelle, while David will show Ron that they can find more convenience in a new home. With a long legacy and country living threatening their future family happiness, Ron and Mishelle will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?