After running a little B&B out of their century-old home for years, Ephraim and Yves want a change: a bigger place, more rooms, and parking!! Their agent's stuck with a double-whammy - a high price and only 90 days to sell.
Three years ago, Yvonne and Milo sold their "tropical jungle" condo on Buy Me. They planned to build the house of their dreams. We meet up with them as they put their customized two million dollar Zen palace on the market. What went wrong?
Mother and daughter duo Maureen and Bridget are challenged to stage not one, but two cramped condos simultaneously! At 465 and 797 square feet respectively, prospective buyers are going to have a difficult time imagining how to live there.
Bridget and Brent team up to stage a house in desperate need of an update. With '70s-style wood paneling, mauve carpets and embossed floral wallpaper, the stagers certainly have their work cut out for them
If Bonnie really wanted to sell her house, it would be sold. Instead, she fired her first two agents, and then tried selling it herself. With her daughter away at university, maybe this time she'll be able to let go.
Maureen and Bridget have to find a way to bring personality and charm to an empty, 4000 square foot spec house. The client, a young developer, is relying on them to create a stunning first impression for buyers.
Tracey owns a townhouse while Vince lives in a fixer-upper. Now they're getting married and they've bought a new home together. Will they be able to sell both their homes before their wedding in seven weeks?
Matthew takes on a cluttered loft full of bulky furniture and bachelor decor. He has four days to transform the property into a chic, spacious home while staying within the parameters of a tight budget.
Matthew takes his dream assignment to stage a hip, 1000-square-foot loft in an up-and-coming downtown neighborhood. With just five days, can Matthew find ways to present versatile living options in this big, undefined space?
Susan and Edward bought a four-plex and lived upstairs while caring for ailing parents downstairs. Tenants in the two remaining apartments helped to pay for medical costs. Now with their parents gone, it's time to sell and get out.
At 28, Kevin has a fiance, Emma, two small children and two homes. Finances are tight so with Emma's encouragement, he decides to sell one. Unfortunately for his parents, it's the house they're living in.