Love It or List It

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Season 2 episodes (13)

1 Attic Attack
A couple wants to stay in the neighborhood, but their house needs help.
2 Basement Master
The master bedroom relocates to the attic because of the lack of space in the family's home.
3 Bachelor Pad to Family Home
After marriage and kids, bachelor's house was never changed to fit family.
4 Oversized or Downsized
After deciding to start a family, a couple buys a large home.
5 Feng Shui Family
A family bought a feng shui home, but 15 years later they've outgrown it.
6 One Family, Two Roofs
After marrying, a combined family of six needs a space for everyone.
7 Standing Tall
A family's house lacks the space and the ceiling height they need.
8 Picture Perfect House Problems
A couple has a picturesque starter home, but the issues are piling up.
9 Vegan House
A vegan family loves their home, but has outgrown the small space.
10 Modern Home Problems
Family's modern home doubles as a gallery, but doesn't work for the family.
11 A Hasty Decision
Couple hastily bought their home and now the house doesn't fit the family.
12 From the Outside In
Mom and son need more privacy and their own space in their tiny home.
13 First Child, First House
A couple's renovated home doesn't fit their growing family.

About this show

Homeowners decide that their houses don't fit their lifestyle anymore, but whether they stay or go depends on experts Hilary Farr and David Visentin. Will they love their newly renovated home, or will they list it to buy another?

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367 reviews
T.D. Martino
August 7, 2015
It's a great show that makes you rethink how the decor of your own home is designed. The relationship between the hosts are comedic, but Hilary could do more with the money she is being given by the homeowners. They always come up short from their wishlist.
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donna zbiekRN
September 28, 2021
Love Hilary and David but these home owners are so rude and ignorant about what things cost. I'm quite sure the producers want this tension for 'good drama' but their rudeness turns me off. Hey producers turn down the hate!
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Lisa Kinsey
April 18, 2015
Although I like Fixer Upper better the couples on their show don't seem to whine like the ones on this show I like the hosts. The only likeable couple I have seen on this show I have seen was the couple with seven kids and the two artists who wanted live in the country.
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