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Love It or List It

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Interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete for the affections of fed-up homeowners looking to either renovate or sell, as Farr transforms their worn-out space into a welcoming one while Visentin works to find them a new home. At the end of each hourlong episode, the homeowners decide if the changes designed by Farr are enough for them to stay in their current home, or if the new property Visentin has found better suits their needs. So whether they love it or list it, the homeowners come out on top.

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Bert and Tommy share Tommy's eclectic, 1980s contemporary home, but Bert wants a home that reflects both of their personalities as well as some space to call his own.
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A real estate broker on the lookout for the perfect family home spotted a diamond in the rough and convinced his wife to buy it and while he sees its unlimited potential, she can't see past the long list of fixes.
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A couple disagrees on whether or not to ditch their home -- she feels the house cannot accommodate the busy family, but he can't dream of leaving their street behind.
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A couple loves their mid-century modern ranch home with its charm and close proximity to downtown, but they are starting to feel like their family is outgrowing the home and wish they had a more functional space.
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Steve and Theresa custom-built their dream home on a private lot, but the house doesn't work for them anymore; Steve wants to fix the kitchen and master bathroom, but Theresa would rather find a smaller home on less land.
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Shelly and Zahid love the pond on their property, but Shelly is tired of its interior; Zahid still loves their home.
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Jonathan's mother, Cindy, moved out after getting tired of living in their basement; both Stefanie and Jonathan want her to move back in to help with their twin daughters.
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With a third child on the way, Justin is tired of the chaos in their tiny home, but Breanne loves their house and its potential.
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A couple needs more space for their teenagers, but they live close to friends in an ideal neighborhood.
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Chris and Maria moved into their home with two kids, but now with four children, the house and its tiny kitchen feel cramped and cluttered; Maria wants a gourmet kitchen closer to her work, but Chris loves the neighborhood.
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Empty nesters disagree over whether they should improve their current home or find something smaller and easier to maintain; she can't see the potential in their closed-off quarters, while he holds on to the memories created in their home.
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After welcoming their second child, a woman feels as though the house is getting too small, with toys in every room; however, her husband has carved out multiple spaces for himself as well as his plethora of clothes and shoes.
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Todd and Robyn are ready for a change now that their children have grown and moved out; Todd wants a lot of space for entertaining and guests, whereas Robyn wants a new place downtown within walking distance of all their favorite haunts.
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A couple are fed up with the lack of functionality in their home; she thinks the house is too small and would never work if they had another child, but he doesn't think they'll find a home in the same location with as much charm within their budget.
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Jeff and Callie bought their home sight-unseen while living overseas, and it's too small and dysfunctional for their growing family.
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A couple debates the benefits of getting a home with more space for entertaining vs. making changes to their existing house so they can preserve memories with their kids; after a decade of DIY renovations, the couple brings in help.
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Parents with young kids are struggling in their '70s house with a choppy floor plan; she convinced him to buy the property because it's close to his childhood home, but the nostalgia quickly wore off when he realized how much work needed to be done.
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A couple once excited by the potential of their family starter home has now grown tired of its cookie-cutter concept and lack of space. Hilary greets the challenge of finding space while upgrading from builder-grade design, while David tries to to find them a new neighborhood to love.
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Stew and Alan love to entertain, but after retiring, Stew noticed how small and dated their space has become.
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After buying a bad house in a good neighborhood, a couple is feeling overwhelmed when the renovations were not completed by the birth of their child.
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Bert and Tommy share Tommy's eclectic, 1980s contemporary home, but Bert wants a home that reflects them both; the couple loves to entertain and host visiting artists and friends, but Bert feels the house leaves him with no space to call his own.

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