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"Love It or List It" moves west to Vancouver. Families in the largest city in British Columbia are struggling with homes that don't fit their needs. In each episode, interior designer Jillian Harris and real estate agent Todd Talbot help homeowners decide whether to love it or list it. Harris attempts to revive the love the owners once had for their homes with a complete renovation, while Talbot tries to persuade them to relocate using the temptation of a dreamy new place. They weigh their options to keep their current -- but remodeled -- home, or to leave it for something better.

Latest episodes

aired 12 days ago
Gail and Mike built their home from the ground up, but now it's beaten down. Sick of dated rooms and a show-all shower, Gail wants Todd to find a grown-up house.
aired 12 days ago
A couple debates whether to ditch their current run-down house and relocate, or stay put and redo their house; Jillian tires to calm their stress with a no-fuss redesign.
aired 12 days ago
Jeff wants to continue renovating his family home, but his wife thinks it's a money pit.
aired 12 days ago
Jeanine and Norman want a bigger house and backyard for their family of six.
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A couple considers giving up their bed and breakfast with a wonky layout and seeking a home with better functionality.
aired 25 days ago
A couple has a quaint and cozy cottage with a great location but dated, dysfunctional and downright dangerous elements; he thinks there's a lot to love about the old house and thinks Jillian has what it takes to bring the old gal back up to date.
aired 25 days ago
Aleksandra hates her dated, split-level home and long commute, but Vincent thinks they just need a redesign.
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High school sweethearts were initially excited about their 1970s home with a pool and hot tub, but after numerous renovation projects, he has had enough of the dysfunctional design, while she believes their house just needs updates.
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Ten years ago, parents made the move from a cramped duplex to a bigger fixer-upper with a yard for their three growing boys; he is now ready to hang up his tool belt and wants a bigger home, but she wants to update the design of their current home.
aired 41 days ago
Becca and Cory consider starting over in a house that's better suited to their needs; Becca's mobility issues prompt Cory to campaign for a modern, one-story home with an accessible kitchen and bathroom, while Becca is attached to their current home.
aired 41 days ago
Stay-at-home Dad Neil has one foot out the door of his impractical house. Sick of no storage and fighting over one bathroom, he wants space. Can Jillian put Neil at ease or will Todd give Randi big reasons to leave her tiny home?
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Danielle believes their home's problems can be fixed in a renovation, but Spencer wants to find a new home with a better layout and more space.
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A 10-year case of buyers' remorse has a couple seeking an upgraded layout.
aired 46 days ago
Marcos and Brenda's home is half-renovated, and Brenda has had enough.
aired 46 days ago
A couple overlooked a bad layout to buy a bigger home for their family of five; she is more than willing to pack up and find a new home with a functional layout, while he thinks their current home can have it all with some of Jillian's expertise.
aired 55 days ago
Dan and Heather are debating on moving; he's tired of the long commute; she's not ready to move and give up on their home.
aired 55 days ago
Christine and Chris' money pit of a home is in a swanky neighborhood.
aired 55 days ago
Jeff is ready to cash out on their home, but Sherri believes it still has life.
aired 55 days ago
Meg and Neal disagree about what to do with their large home.
airs in 2 days
Newlywed Shar loves her husband, Dave, but not his house. It's got an old, rundown kitchen and hideous en suite, and it's making her blue.
airs in 2 days
A gamer wants to move to a larger home with space for a gaming studio, but his wife is content in their current home.

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