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Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp go head to head as they battle it out to convince homeowners to either sell their home or refurbish it.They're standing by to help UK homeowners who are divided over staying put or selling up. Kirstie is on hand to teach you that with clever design and spending wisely it's possible to fall in "love" with your home all over again, while Phil thinks there are dream homes within reach and that you should sell up and "list it".
Matt and Lucia's home is full to bursting with three grown-up kids from previous relationships. Matt loves it, but Lucia doesn't. Can Kirstie convince them to change the layout or should they list it?
Kirstie and Phil meet a couple of doctors in urgent need of a property re-think. But will they stay put, or up sticks?
Kirstie and Phil help Barbara and Stephen, who after 20 happy years in their riverside Surrey cottage are undecided where to live in retirement.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Karyn and Duncan, who have been arguing for more than two years over their three-bed semi in Stirlingshire. Karyn wants a bigger, better home, while Duncan loves the rural views and the river at the bottom of the drive. Kirstie and Phil want to bring the couple together again by helping help them decide, once and for all, whether to Love It or List It.
The Charles family can't decide whether to hang on to their three-bed semi in Birmingham or to seek out a new home in the city. Can Kirstie and Phil help?
Kirstie and Phil meet James and Graham, who can't agree what to do about their dinky 17th century cottage in Surrey.
Dave Alcorn loves the family's greystone Victorian villa in Peebles, but Amy hates its lack of practicality. Can Kirstie and Phil help the family decide on whether to Love it or List it?
Tina and Gareth live in a central London flat that's almost by the Thames. Tina loves it, but Gareth covets a big home in the suburbs.
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