Watch Love It or List It

Love It Or List It is a show about homes. In each show, a homeowner or homeowners will make a decision on whether or not to stay in their current home or to move to another home. They do this with the help of two professionals, David Visentin and Hilary Farr. David Visentin is a realtor and throughout the course of the show, he will take the homeowners on tours of several different homes and show them different ways that the prospective new homes would meet their needs. Hilary Farr will sit down with the couple and discuss why their current home is no longer working and begin finding ways she can give them solutions to their problems through redesigning the home. The homeowners help David and Hilary to do their jobs by giving each one a set of needs. They give David a list of what they would like to see in a new home, should they decide to sell their current home and move to a new home. They give Hilary a list of what they need to see changed in their current home to make it work for them once again.

While Hilary and her crew get to work, David is taking the couple to see new homes they could purchase. Oftentimes, Hilary and her crew will run into unexpected problems which cause complications in the remodeling plans. When this happens, Hilary has to conference with the homeowners and let them know their options to fix the problem and how this will affect the budget that has been set up for the project. Sometimes, this means that all of the requests from the homeowners cannot be met because it affected the budget.

As the show comes to a close, the homeowners announce if they are going to keep their home or sell it and move to a new location. So, they are making a decision to love it or list it.

Mondays at 8 PM EST/PST on HGTV
15 Seasons, 257 Episodes
June 11, 2011
Reality
6.3/10
Cast: Hilary Farr, David Visentin, Jason Byrd, Eric Eremita
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Love It or List It Full Episode Guide

  • A mother of three boys wants to sell the house they've called home for eight years. She doesn't have her own bedroom and she's had enough. Her oldest hopes to change her mind as he loves the large property and his mom's short drive to work.

  • A couple that dreamed of living in their current neighborhood bought a foreclosure home that needed a lot of work. She feels like the to-do list is too long to make it a forever home, but he's unwilling to budge and hopes Hilary can change her mind.

  • A couple that built their home made mistakes with their floor plan and now they need more space. He feels they need a design expert to update and improve the layout, but she thinks the best option is to find a new home that fits their family.

  • 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. While he sees its unlimited potential, however, she can't see past the long list of fixes, including the cracked ceiling.

  • After six years in their current home, Garrett and Katy disagree over whether it meets their requirements for style and function. Garrett loves its location in an area with rapidly increasing property values, but Katy has never liked the house and wants a better workspace for her home-based business. Designer Hilary Farr has a plan to solve some of the functional issues with the house and make it more Katy's style, while realtor David Visentin sets out to find the family a better home where they can start over.

  • Hilary is still hopeful that they could achieve their dream home in their current place while her husband is already looking for a new place in their neighborhood.

  • A pharmacist and a lawyer who bought a mid-century modern home are clashing with their home ideas.

  • Hilary and her team reimagine a cramped former bachelor pad for a couple, while David searches for a house in their current neighborhood that they can both love.

  • 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. She operates an art print and stationery business out of the house, so she would like a dedicated office space with storage. Michael loves the home's traditional aspects, large yard and short commute to his job. Designer Hilary Farr attempts to make the house work better for Natalie so that she can finally love living there, while realtor David Visentin works on finding the couple a new home that they can both get excited about.

  • Hilary hunts for function and hidden space for a couple with four kids, while David searches for the home of their dreams with room to spare.

  • Steve and Theresa custom-built their dream home on a large, private lot, but the house doesn't work for them anymore. Steve wants to address Theresa's biggest complaints by fixing the kitchen and master bathroom, but Theresa would rather find a smaller home on less land that's better suited to them as they grow older. Designer Hilary thinks a renovation will ease Theresa's concerns, while realtor David sets out to convince the couple that a new home closer to downtown will solve all their problems.

  • Todd and Robyn are ready to get what they want in a house now that their children have grown up and moved out. Todd wants a lot of space for entertaining and hosting their kids when they visit, whereas Robyn is convinced that their future is in a new place downtown within walking distance of all their favorite haunts. Designer Hilary Farr finds creative ways to inject new life into this playful couple's home while real estate agent David Visentin heads downtown to find them a perfect place closer to the action.

  • Hilary and David help a couple decide whether to keep their property or list it.

  • 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.

  • A couple loves their midcentury 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. While Hilary tries to discover a better use of space within their home, David looks for a more accommodating home near the downtown scene.

  • A city-raised husband has had all he can take in their family home on a horse farm. It is a dream place for his wife who loves horses, but she admits the home is a bit dated.

  • After a couple hurriedly bought their first home together, their family grew to include a three-year-old daughter and two younger twin boys. While the home has been improved thanks to her interior design education, she's had enough of the small space on a busy road and is ready to expand into a house with plenty of room to raise their children while working from home. He, however, loves the expansive deck, large lot and incredible privacy of their current abode. Hilary is ready to add some square footage by reconfiguring the space but David is prepared to show them some houses that will let them grow more efficiently.

  • A woman feels her family's house is getting too small after welcoming their second child into the home. She is hoping David can find them a house that fits everyone's needs, but her husband is hoping Hilary can make them fall in love with the home by reinventing many of its hotly debated spaces.

  • Empty nesters decide what to do with their closed-off quarters.

  • William and Ashley, the owners of a 1950s home in a prime neighborhood, need more space. Ashley believes they can add square footage to increase function and flow, but William wants to convince her to move.

  • Jill and Joe decide over their ranch home. Jill wants a bigger and better house for the boys to grow up in, but Joe wants to make improvements to the inside of their home to match its kid-friendly outdoor spaces.

  • Bert lives in Tommy's eclectic, 1980s contemporary home, but Bert wants a suitable home that reflects them both. 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.

  • David and Hilary help a couple who is ready to expand their family and is fed up with the lack of functionality in their 1,200 square-foot house.

  • Overwhelmed by renovation projects, a couple with a fixer upper hopes either David can find them a new house with a gourmet kitchen or Hilary can help make their existing home work for them.

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