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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.

Latest episodes

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A family of seven needs a change.
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Transforming a huge house into a home.
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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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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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A couple is expecting a second child and need more space, but they do not want to compromise on being just minutes from downtown. David searches for a home fit for a growing family, while Hilary strives to create more space inthe family's beloved locale.
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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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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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Tyler and Kim have a charming house in the heart of the city; Kim grows tired of the limited space and sharing her bedroom and bathroom with the kids, but Tyler doesn't want to move.
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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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Nevada is tired of chaos, while Kevin thinks their home can be made functional.
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A couple disagrees on the future of their former triplex.
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A realtor helps a couple find a home large enough without losing the charm of their current home; expanding a highly-debated space.
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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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A couple compromised on a fixer upper on 1.5 acres near a nice neighborhood; the woman is eager for David to find them a new house with a gourmet kitchen, but the man insists that they can make the house work with Hilary's 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 fall in love with a home in a coveted family-friendly community near a golf course and hastily purchase it before they even start a family; three kids later, she decides the dated house cannot accommodate their busy family.
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After buying a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, a woman wants to stay, however, her husband wants to flee the house's flaws for a perfect place.
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While Dave loves their house; Sonya wants a home without a to-do list.
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A large family no longer fits in their home, they need more space either through renovation or a move.
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New parents and ambitious entrepreneurs Whitney and Taylor need more space for their family and business ventures.
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After his muscular dystrophy diagnosis, a couple purchases a one-story bungalow; she has fallen in love with the community, but he thinks they need a new house to prepare for a future with more medical obstacles.

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