Hilary Farr, the home design expert who joined 'Love It or List It' in 2008, shared that she will be leaving the HGTV show as 'it's just time'
By Shreeja Das
Hilary Farr and Gordon Farr are both grandparents to their son Joshua's three children, but they are no longer together
By Mehar Jolly
It was hard for Eric Eremita's family to see him struggling with a major health issue
By Anamika Bharti
'Love It or List It' hosts are once again ready to face challenges while they reconstruct their clients' dream house
How much are the HGTV hosts Hilary Farr and David Visentin getting paid and what is their net worth? To know more, keep reading
By Bappadittya Sarkar
The lawsuit filed against 'Love It or List It' claimed the use of low-quality and inferior products in the reconstruction of the house
If you have ever wondered how to feature on HGTV's 'Love It or List It' and all the nitty-gritty behind it, this article answers your question
Ahead of the series premiere, here's a look at what it costs to hire ‘Love It or List It’ star Hilary Farr
By Vrinda Mundara
Ahead of series premiere, a look at what it takes to make a home more homely and vibrant
Fans of reality series better get ready to witness a whole new bunch of renovation episodes filled with unique challenges on 'Love It or List It'
In the first episode of Season 19, hosts Hilary Farr and David Visentin will be seen brainstorming to work on something challenging
With the change in the market, can the HGTV hosts of 'Love It or List It' keep up with the demands of their clients
The all-new season of 'Love It or List It' is set to make a comeback on HGTV as its star reality TV show
By Akhila Suresh
The washroom on the ground floor of the house was dated and their office was so tiny it could fit only Drew and their tiny pet, a turtle
By Nayna Upadhyay
Fans are frustrated that homeowners turn a deaf ear to what Hilary has to say and make crazy demands on a small budget
While David finds a place that can be the couple's dream house, Hilary does a remarkable job revamping their house
The couple had conflicting views about their current home. While Diane wasn't happy with their large, old-fashioned house, Merl loved everything about it and wasn't keen on moving out
By Sushma Karra
Diane's contradictory statements left fans feeling annoyed and irritated
A young couple explain to Hilary and David why they backtracked on their decision to move into a new home, and instead decided to stay in their current home
Travis was ready to move out of the cramped 1700 sq ft ranch style home. However, he changed his mind after seeing Hilary Farr's renovation work on his and Drew's home
By Yasmin Tinwala
Dana and Dave lived in a 100-year-old triplex but the house was not functional enough for their family of four that also included their daughter and Dana's mom, but Hilary was able to fix all their problems
Wendy justified her need for a new space for herself and her family at the beginning of the episode and she drew attention to her kitchen that wasn't big enough
Anu was ready to move out of their 1977 built home because in spite of being huge, there were not a lot of usable spaces but Hilary changed her mind
The couple lived in a house built in the 70s and it was just not upgraded enough for their liking. However, Hilary Farr comes up with a cohesive plan and executes it perfectly
The end result completely blew the couple off equally and they decided to 'love' their existing house, instead of moving out
Jessica and Erin's 1300 sqft ranch-style house was perfect for them when they first moved in five years ago but with their newborn son, the couple wasn't sure if the space would work for them
In an exclusive interview with MEA Worldwide, Hilary Farr dishes on many things including her love for sharks, snakes and spiders and her equation with David
The couple lived in a 1990s house based in Raleigh and while it was a great space for them initially, it was no longer functional after the arrival of their son
The series stars interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin as the hosts and every episode is filled with their sharp wit, funny banter, and clever, competitive barbs
David won the challenge with his 3200 square ft. 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home. It even had space for a guest room/ office space for Mark.
By Prarthna Sarkar
Suzanne and Brian and their two kids lived in their decade-old home that needed a facelift because it was overflowing with clutter.
Her design chops won again and this time David gave her a tough competition by showing a house with a swimming pool and that too a bit over budget
By Prarthna Sarkar
Hilary Farr constructed a front porch that is also accessible by wheelchair and made the couple say "love It" to the renovated house
Hilary Farr's newest clients - Katherine and Hagen - were the most sorted, drama-free ones.
The final reveal came as a surprise for Katherine and Hagen as they weren't expecting the change to be so dynamic. They decided to 'Love It'.
Hilary Farr's transformation was perfect, but Nanika wanted another bedroom.
Some fans said that it was a good thing that Nanika had her son with her while some others felt the son doesn't get a say.
By Rachel Windsor
Hilary Farr changed a crammed, tiny space into a bright, airy modern hangout space, for which she is being lauded on social media.
Couple Melissa and John decided to list their now-renovated house, and love the new one, which is nestled in a scenic area but requires a lot of DIY work.
Taking to Twitter after the episode, fans claimed she has no rights calling Hilary a bully when she was just stating the facts with such a small given budget.
In the latest episode of 'Love It or List It', Hilary Farr's design magic fails to impress couple John and Melissa as they list the property.
Taking to Reddit, fans share their displeasure with the series and their continuous staged episodes. Fans reveal they hate the scripted formula, calling it a rinse-lather-repeat.
Though Hilary wasn't able to renovate and give the couple everything they wanted, she managed to make them love it, and not list it.
Eric also revealed that he and his team have 'big networks standing behind' a future TV project
Though Hilary managed to stun the couple with her renovations in the new place, in the end, the win went to David as they decided to list the house and move into their new find.
While there is little to no time left for the series to premiere, here's everything you need to know about the forthcoming season 15 of 'Love It or List It'.