That seems like a simple question. Season 14, Episode 1 After he grew up in a house on 100 acres and she spent her life in houses with small lots close to neighbors, a couple compromised on a fixer-upper on 1. They are still in the house and they love it, but the show says they listed it. Fed up with cramming six people into four bedrooms, Shanti calls on Todd to find a larger, move-in ready home. And that David also needs a win every once in a while. Season 3, Episode 22 April 5, 2016 Season 3, Episode 22 April 5, 2016 A man who loves his 80-year-old heritage home faces opposition from his wife, who would prefer to leave the past behind.
But the inside of the house is a source of complaint, beginning with a choppy main floor, small kitchen and no shower in the en suite. Love It or List It helps fed-up homeowners decide. Todd also leads an experienced team helping clients buy and sell homes. On the other hand, Hillary Farr herself about the drama you see on Love It or List It. While Jillian attempts to unite this family with a stunning reno, Todd tries to lure them away with a brand new abode. So, is Love It or List It fake? But Marcelo isn't ready to throw in the towel on his beloved home or beautiful lakeside community.
When a house no longer feels like home, homeowners are left with a big financial and emotional question: renovate or sell it? Season 14, Episode 16 Rachel and Adam's family has outgrown their home, with three of their four children sharing one bedroom. In each hour-long episode Realtor David Visentin and designer Hilary Farr compete for the homeowners' final decision to stay or go. Now, three kids later, she's decided the dated house cannot accommodate all the clutter and activity of their busy family. My outside is lacking curb appeal. She had an eye for design and colour way ahead of her time.
A veteran theatre artist for more than two decades, Todd's true home is on stage and he has starred in dozens of award-winning productions across the country and around the world. Her friends ran into problems that left rooms only half-finished. Season 14, Episode 10 Their family home on a more-than-five-acres horse farm is a dream for this horse lover but her city-raised husband has had all he can take. So the producers just figured out a way to shoot the rooms that made them look finished. I should also mention here that the kitchen cabinet and barn door pulls are from the lovely team at!! He, however, no longer feels like there's enough space indoors for their growing family, his guitar collection and their love of entertaining. The couple loves to entertain and host visiting artists and friends, but Bert feels the house is dated, lacks the space and function for their needs and leaves him with no space to call his own. Expecting her first child, Callie feels there is not enough space for their growing family and requires too much work to make it livable.
Can this couple love their home with designer Hilary's help, or will real estate agent David be able to find them a forever home? Or will realtor David save the day by finding a different house to serve as a suitable family space? A special shout out goes out to for the beautiful kitchen backsplash along with the tile around the fireplace, and double doors. Love It or List It, Too helps undecided homeowners choose. We get all kinds of great ideas from both of you. It was hard to choose which ones to go with!! Mason wants to find a larger home with enough space, privacy and function for all family members, but Shannon wants Carmen to have stability and stay put. Kelly and Lorn bought this bungalow nine years ago when they were expecting their first child and needed a house,any house, to call home. Living in Beach Grove and have been searching for a sectional just like the one in the pic above. Glad the show has been renewed.
Sweeten at Hooked on House may have discovered the reason why. Todd travels between the U. It's a tough decision either way. David's insider perspective on the real estate market helps target listings to prospective buyers, but Hilary is determined to show homeowners that, within their budget, she can transform their worn-out house into a castle they can love. Adam sees plenty of potential in the house to add more space, but work-at-home mom Rachel is ready to move to a larger house with a mudroom, playroom and guest room. Season 14, Episode 4 Bert and Tommy share Tommy's eclectic, 1980s contemporary home, but Bert wants a home that reflects them both. Thank you so much and so sorry to hear of your loss.
. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's must-have list, can designer Hilary renovate their house and bring back the love to make Ryan see a future there. Instead, they want a discounted remodel. The room looks so beautiful. The stakes are high as guests weigh the financial and emotional decisions of buying a new home or staying in the renovated one—will they love it enough to stay or is it time to list? And in the space of a single episode, you get to watch the renovation and the house-hunting process.
Maria wants a house with a gourmet kitchen closer to her work to shorten her long commute, but Chris loves the neighborhood and thinks he knows how to unlock the home's potential. With their charming, older home crammed with guitars, pianos and kid stuff, Ilda and Ryan need a domestic do over. Or will designer Hilary make daily life immeasurably easier by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces? When a home no longer suits a family's needs, the homeowners are left with a big dilemma: renovate or sell it? It's a hard call either way. Plus, the full episode of Love It or List It Vancouver is online — check it out! The west-coast cast features interior designer Jillian Harris formerly of The Bachelorette Season V, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition pitted against West Coast realtor Todd Talbot. Did my preggo belly give it away?? Season 12, Episode 1 Mason and Shannon moved into their 2,000-square-foot home in a neighborhood perfect to raise their young son, Luke. We are pretty stoked about the lighting choices in this episode too! Season 14, Episode 17 Michael and Natalie bought their home in a rush, and after painting, putting on an addition and living in it for a while, she's still bothered by too many functional issues. If the owners make the choice to list it, Jillian's hard work adds to the home's resale value.