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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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The decision to start a family prompted Ben and Courtney to buy their first house, a 1930s-era, ivy-covered brick home with a lot of charm and a lot of issues, including a flooded basement.
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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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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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Their family home on a large horse farm is a dream for this horse lover, but her city-raised husband has had all he can take; she loves the amazing views and abundant outdoor space, whereas he no longer feels like there's enough space indoors.
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Michael and Natalie bought their home in a rush, and after painting, adding an addition and living in it for a while, she's still bothered by many functional issues; he loves the home's traditional aspects, large yard and short commute to his job.
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Kathy struggles with the functionality of their home; John is determined to renovate and keep the house.
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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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Gray loves his family's home because of the large lot and amount of privacy, but April wants to move closer to town and into a house with updated fixtures and finishes.
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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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Rachel and Adam's family has outgrown their home, with three of their four children sharing one bedroom; 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.
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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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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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Amanda believes their home has too few closets and no privacy; Grif thinks a makeover will make the house functional again.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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A couple with an idyllic yet quirky house near a lake is now feeling cramped after their family doubled in size; while Hilary's mission is to make them fall in love with their property again, David searches for a better fit for their family.
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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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