Sell This House

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Upcoming episodes

Oct 17th
200p

San Diego, CA

Beach bungalows conjure thoughts of fun and easy going days at the beach. But the only thing Phil Edwards's beach house conjures are snores and ho-hum reactions from some extremely bored potential buyers. Well, that and a few gasps of surprise at the high price. This place looks nothing like the hip and active beach just steps from the front door. The only colors in the house are white, on white, on you guessed it...more white. Not to mention the fact that nobody wants to pay close to a million dollars for a small house and a huge dose of blah!
Oct 17th
230p

San Diego, CA

Michelle and Kenny are young, beautiful and fun. Unfortunately, their house is nothing like they are. It's old, boring, and extremely dirty. There's plastic on the furniture, burn marks on the ceiling, and an odd odor throughout. This house has the space, structure, and furniture to be amazing...it just needs a designer's touch.
Oct 17th
300p

Marietta, GA

Paul Rippy is a huge fan of Sell This House, but you wouldn't know that by looking at his condo. His version of staging is to clear out every piece of furniture and live in one tiny room until he sells his place! When did we ever say removing ALL your furniture and art would sell a house? The challenge here...bring furniture back in so people can visualize how they could use the space. There's also at least a dozen other condo's for sale in his community, so Roger has got his work cut out for him in Georgia. He's got to find a way to make this place stand out in the crowd.
Oct 17th
330p

Atlanta, GA

Kim and Ernie are retiring early....they're only in their 40's. But you wouldn't know by looking at their house. It is so outdated it looks like Grandma's house. They've got dark wood paneling in the family room, an entirely mirrored wall in the dining room, and the bedrooms....well lets just say they're outdated as well. As always Roger has got a plan to liven this place up....and it includes painted garbage cans as accessories? Find out if trash can translate to style in this episode of Sell This House.
Oct 17th
400p

Nashville, TN

David is an accomplished opera singer, so naturally he's immersed himself in culture. His house however, lacks culture, style, or sophistication. Their living room is so tiny, buyers have no idea how to they will get their furniture to fit! David did a surprise makeover for his wife in the master bedroom...let's just say it was definitely a surprise for Shannon. The downstairs mother-in-law suite is so outdated not even the most old fashioned of mother-in-laws would want to live there....and that's even after the Teague's recent renovation!
Oct 17th
430p

Nashville, TN

Christy and Drew have been trying to sell their place for a while now, but haven't had much luck. And to make matters worse, they've already bought their next house and...they are getting married in one week! The biggest problem with their place is that there're competing with other town homes, in the same neighborhood, with the same floor plan. Even though Nashville is experiencing some of the fastest growth in the nation it hasn't seemed to help these guys. Maybe home buyers are turned off by the kitchen...it's decorated like there favorite restaurant. Or maybe it's the blue bedroom that's scaring them off. The competition is stiff, so big changes are in store if they want to get this place sold.
Oct 18th
1100a

Philadelphia, PA

Shelia Robinson lives in, quite frankly, the nastiest home we've ever done on Sell This House! She inherited her childhood home from her father and has been trying to fix it up, but just doesn't have the time or the money. Another problem - the neighborhood. It used to be the swankiest hood in Philly, but now...well let's just say it's up and coming! Investors are looking to buy here again...just not Shelia's place.
Oct 18th
1130a

Philadelphia, PA

Dmitry lives on a quaint street lined with beautiful brick condos....which creates one huge problem for sellers. Every single place looks exactly the same from the outside, so the inside really needs to stand out. Dmitry's second problem? Every single woman who steps into the place is turned off by the cold and uninviting space. And if that wasn't enough, Dmitry has a giant mirror attached to the living room wall, we're talking floor to ceiling reflection. As always, Designer Roger Hazard has a plan to whip this condo into perfect selling condition. He'll warm up this condo and the hearts of every woman who walks through. Plus, you'll never believe a mirrored wall could look so good. Find out how on this episode of Sell This House.
Oct 19th
1100a

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Kevin decorated his Florida dream home exactly to his tastes. However, his tastes are so far out there, people are practically running away from his house. Upon entering, there are hundreds of little eyes peering at you from every angle imaginable. Who do those peering eyes belong to you might ask? Well, whether you want the answer or not here it comes. They are from the 50 or so stuffed birds, frogs, and small animals that are hanging from 20 foot garlands, perched on ornamental molding, and stuffed onto practically every inch of counter and floor space available. And these animals only make up a fraction of the clutter spread around this entire house. It's going to take the entire three days just to pack all this stuff away...that is if Kevin can detach himself enough to let us take it down. He's resistant to each and every idea Roger has. You'll need to keep tally of who wins in the staging battle on this episode of Sell This House.
Oct 19th
1130a

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Nicole and her husband just started a family, and that means it's time to find a bigger place that's closer to better schools. They've been trying to sell this place for an entire year! This is surprising since this house is actually pretty clean and free of clutter, aside from the Harley Davidson memorabilia. Designer Roger Hazard has a plan to take this place from average to outstanding starting with the Florida room, and you're not going to believe the color he chose. You've heard of Florida oranges, but how about an orange Florida room? It's a lesson in color you won't want to miss on this episode of Sell This House.