Sell This House
2022 08 21 14 00
Roosters owls and dolphins! Oh my! That's just some of the collections Les, Gordon, and Juan have cluttering up their home. Potential homebuyers are too distracted by all their stuff and hundreds of personal photos to see what a gorgeous house they really have. Leaving this house in a desirable Tucson location sitting on the market for an entire year! Once Roger Hazard gets these guys to pack up and store all their stuff, he's able to showcases the size and function of the house. Roger hardly has to spend anything to turn this junk store into a desert oasis. Viewers learn a valuable lesson along the way: get rid of clutter!
2022 08 21 14 30
Pine Bluff, WY
Jon and Ashley live on a horse ranch with their two small kids in the tiny town of Pine Bluffs. They think it's a great place to raise some little cowpoke, but potential buyers disagree! Might have something to do with their home décor... rodeo memorabilia decorate the already crowded living room and the basement is just used for storage. Roger Hazard rides on in on his white horse to tame this Wild West mess! With a little help from Pine Buffs High School Agriculture Club (very small town indeed) the Sell This House gang turn this place from old barn to modern chic. Giddy up!
2022 08 21 15 00
The Tormey family has lived all the country during Bill's military career. With retirement on the horizon, the family has decided to call Cheyenne home. Now they need a much bigger house with more land. Problem is their four bedroom split level isn't winning over buyers. Not even with it's "pink" kitchen, patriotic living room, and spare bathroom that rivals most truck stops!Roger Hazard needs to neutralize the crazy colors in this place. An easy enough task... the hard part will be re-doing the bathroom. Roger and Tanya take a trip to Home Depot to purchase a new sink and vanity. Good thing Bill knows a thing or two about plumbing!
2022 08 21 15 30
Ocean Park, ME
JoEllen has been dreaming of living in her beach bungalow in Ocean Park since she was eight years old. She grew up right behind the place! Well, be careful what you wish for! While the location (one block from the beach) is ideal... the 400 square foot size is not. It doesn't help that JoEllen has this place packed with furniture and clutter! Roger Hazard has plans to turn this into a proper beach place. First step, pack up almost everything. Step two and three, clean and paint! Roger needs to make the most of this little cottage and clever staging is the trick.
2022 08 21 16 00
Leslie and Patrick live in a loft in a converted shoe factory. While it's a cool space, it's unfortunately one of three lofts currently for sale in the building. The Otto's happens to be the smallest of the batch as well! Not helping the situation is their collection of eclectic furniture and art from their travels. Roger Hazard wants to make the space appear larger and brighter. Eliminating a lot of furniture is in high order! Roger gets creative by using a large piece of plywood as a formal dining table and rolls of burlap as window treatments, a table cloth, and a bed skirt!
2022 08 21 16 30
The Dongus family is proud of their Greek ancestry and it shows all over their house... Lots of gold accents, large pieces of furniture, and a huge chandelier in the family room! Seventeen year old Dimitri Dongus designed the family's formal living room - mauve wall color, burgundy sofas, and a decorative border. Can we say "gaudy"? Roger Hazard's job is to neutralize this place... which means removing the giant chandelier, rearranging pretty much every piece of furniture, and painting three rooms. And the family is not pleased with some of Roger's color choices. Good thing Tanya's there to calm them down.
2022 08 22 16 00
Mike and Danielle are engaged... they can hardly wait to get married and start their life together in a bigger house than the one they're living in now. Their current house is nicknamed "man cave" and for good reason. Let's just say it nearly scared Danielle away for good when she first met Mike! Go into the living room and you'd think you were in a bar... it's covered with sports memorabilia from wall to wall... Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots... you name it. Oh and did we mention the walls are painted green and there's a pool table right in the middle of the room! The family room isn't any better... it's painted red and cluttered with a TV that doesn't work, a desk, black leather recliners, personal photos, and even a live bird.
2022 08 22 16 30
Ric and Gayle have enjoyed living in their ranch-style home in Boulder for the past 16 years. They have a huge lot and great views of the mountains. But it's time to sell because they want to relocate to Kentucky to be closer to family. The problem is they haven't had a single offer on the house in the last six months! When you look inside, it's easy to see why. The living room is actually huge but you can't tell because it's covered with all kinds of furniture... furniture that Gayle has collected from thrift stores and former work offices throughout the years. Gayle is an artist so she loves to paint and it shows in her house. Aqua... lemony yellow... pinkish salmon - these are just a few of the colors you'll notice on the walls.
2022 08 22 20 00
Tigard (Portland), OR
Mark and Deanne are buying another home in Tigard, that is bigger and better. With four grown children, nine grandchildren and one more on the way, they need more room to entertain. They have lived in the current home for 17 years and they are ready to move into their dream house--but can't sell their old house. Designer and staging expert Roger Hazard helps Mark and Deanne update their home and stage it for buyer appeal. Along with host Tanya Memme, and the homeowners friends, they rearrange and redesign four rooms in the home in a day and a half! The effort results in a house with a lot more style and much more appeal for potential home buyers.
2022 08 22 20 30
Claudia and Teresa have lived in their bungalow in Portland's trendy Hawthorne District for over 17 years, but they're moving to southern California to be closer to family. However, potential buyers just aren't seeing the potential in the cute bungalow because of a slew of personal items and tons of clutter. After some serious de-cluttering, designer and staging expert Roger Hazard breathes new life into the house with rich, uniform colors and stylish headboards for the two bedrooms. Roger and host Tanya Memme visit one of Portland's many thrift stores to pick up vintage furniture to appeal to the area's young homebuyers. In the end, the smaller house has so much style and character buyers focus on that rather than the size.