Affiche Sell This House
  • 2 saisons
  • 48 épisodes
  • Début :
    2003
  • Statut :
    Terminée
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This how-to reality show helps homeowners stage their too-long-on-the-market homes to sell. Prospective buyers are taped by hidden cameras during an open house, and their comments provide the basis for changes in redecorating and staging the house. After the transformation, the prospective buyers return to comment on the changes, and with luck, place bids on the home! SCHEDULED AIRINGS A&E usually, but not always, airs the show on Saturday mornings from 11:30 until noon ET/PT, and Sunday afternoons from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. ET/PT, and schedules original episodes on both days with no discernible pattern. Since their programming is so erratic, it's best to check the A&E web site here for precise scheduling information.

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S01E01 Seattle, WA - Ives and Ford 00/00/0000
S01E02 Kirkland, WA - O'Day 00/00/0000
S01E03 New York, NY - Zawadzki 00/00/0000
S01E04 Yorktown Heights, NY - Pagliaro 00/00/0000 All this three bedroom split level country home needed to get an offer was extensive wallpaper removal; lots of spackle, primer, and paint; major cleaning and decluttering; recovering the dining room chairs and sofa; removing and rearranging furniture; and new window treatments and shelving.
S01E05 Houston, TX - Steadman 00/00/0000 Some minor landscaping to add curb appeal; lots of paint to brighten up the interior; decluttering; removing and repositioning furniture; and a new slipcover, window treatment, grass rug, and some lamps transformed a dark and drab home into a bright, beachy retreat that sparked buyer interest.
S01E06 Sugarland, TX - Jacobs 00/00/0000
S01E07 Atlanta, GA - Hays 00/00/0000
S01E08 Alpharetta, GA - Skinner 00/00/0000
S01E09 Chicago, IL - Francis 00/00/0000 This 2,400 square foot house with three bedrooms and two baths needed a good cleaning and decluttering, furniture removal and repositioning, some paint, new window treatments and cabinet pulls, and redefining an extra dining area into a sitting room to attract buyer interest.
S01E10 North Barrington, IL - Brady 00/00/0000
S01E11 Saratoga, CA - Crosley 00/00/0000
S01E12 Kirkland, WA - Rogers 00/00/0000 After over four months with no offers in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, this fairly new four bedroom, three bath home with hardwood floors, high ceilings, custom colors and windows needed some repainting in neutral colors, decluttering, furniture rearrangement, and new shelving to get sold at its asking price just a few weeks after being restaged.
S01E13 Los Gatos, CA - Hoffman 00/00/0000 This thirty-three year-old, four bedroom ranch only needed decluttering, including the removal of countless pieces of artwork on the walls, spackling, repainting, rearranging furniture, removal of area rugs, and some new drapes to get an offer for nearly one million dollars.
S01E14 Seattle, WA - Taylor 00/00/0000
S01E15 Bellevue, WA - Mefford 00/00/0000
S01E16 New York, NY - Daniel and Hussey 00/00/0000
S01E17 Scottsdale, AZ - Cornely 00/00/0000 This spacious five bedroom house with a four car garage and a pool on an acre of land, with spectacular views of a mountain in the Arizona desert, needed just a little paint, a lot of furniture rearrangement, and the addition of a few accent pieces to find a buyer.
S01E18 New York, NY - Robinson 00/00/0000
S01E19 Honolulu, HI - Chang 00/00/0000 Rearranging the furniture, highlighting the fireplace with some paint, clearing the kitchen counters, creating a gravel path to the pool, creating an accent wall in the master bedroom with paint, clearing off the lanai to eliminate any distraction from the outstanding ocean view, and turning a mishap with the dining room table into an advantage was all it took to get make this house look like more than a million dollars, and, in just a few days, get an offer to match.
S01E20 Van Nuys, CA - Nelson and Swanson 00/00/0000 Steam cleaning and stretching the living room carpeting; painting the living room fireplace and bookshelves; rearranging the furniture; painting the dining room, kitchen cabinet fronts and hardware; and decluttering and rearranging the bookshelves and kitchen counters was all it took to get an offer above asking price for this ranch style country charmer.
S01E21 Kaneohe, HI - Parnell 00/00/0000 This 3,600 square foot home built in 1949 needed lots of paint; major decluttering; new window treatments; removal of a wall of books and bookshelves; and removing and repositioning furniture to expose beautiful garden and bay views and attract buyer interest.
S01E22 Granada Hills, CA - Jackson 00/00/0000
S01E23 Coconut Grove, FL - Verde 00/00/0000 After over four months on the market with no interest, all it took to find a buyer for this cozy home was painting the living room; removing and rearranging furniture; decluttering; removing a bedroom canopy, living room ceiling fan, and pictures from the walls in several rooms; removing the screens and cleaning the windows in the sun room; and adding some lamps to brighten the interior.
S01E24 Coral Gables, FL - Gonzalez 00/00/0000
S01E25 Gig Harbor, WA - Berry 00/00/0000 Opening up the windows to the gorgeous view of the trees, bringing warmth to the family room, repainting a too-pink living room and removing the Christmas decorations and abundance of floral fabrics was all it took to get an offer on this house.
S02E01 Tacoma, WA - Sample 00/00/0000
S02E02 Sherwood, AR - Raines 00/00/0000 Removing the clutter, surplus furniture, pet and stale cigarette odors, dark window treatments and wallpaper, and the aviary/office from the dining room, in addition to painting and rearranging the remaining furniture, made this custom built home overlooking a lovely pond seem bigger and brighter.
S02E03 New Orleans, LA - Luke 00/00/0000
S02E04 Conway, AR - Gilbert and Meachum 00/00/0000 This brick home with a big backyard, three bedrooms, two baths, and a two car garage just needed some spackle, paint, stereo wire and wallpaper removal, new lighting fixtures, furniture rearrangement, decluttering and a good cleaning to get an offer in less than a week.
S02E05 Gretna, LA - Adorno 00/00/0000
S02E06 Auburn, WA - Mary and Roger 00/00/0000
S02E07 Lamy, NM - Gray 00/00/0000
S02E08 Santa Fe, NM - Whitehead 00/00/0000 Removing wallpaper, decluttering, rearranging all the furniture, transforming the indoor pool room from a funky bachelor's tiki bar to a relaxing spa area, and painting (with a little help from Tanya's mom!) was all it took to spark interest in this house.
S02E09 Baltimore, MD - Molner 00/00/0000 Steam cleaning the carpets to remove the eau de dog and cigarette smoke, repainting the living room, dining room, hallways and master bedroom to lighten and brighten, and removing the clutter gave this rambler a breath of fresh air and a great new look, even though one of the homeowners was extremely unhappy with Roger's color choices.
S02E10 Severn, MD - Doggett 00/00/0000 This A-frame home features a large wooded lot, a pool, large rooms in an open floor plan, a finished basement, a high-ceilinged living room with a beautiful fireplace and a spiral staircase leading to a office loft. Removing excess furniture, photographs and knick-knacks, a little painting, repairing a hole in the kitchen linoleum, and repositioning the furniture gave this 1970s house a whole new look for a mere $140.00.
S02E11 Madison, WI - Buechner 00/00/0000 This house built in 1968 looked every minute of its age, so Roger brought it into the present with some paint; updated window treatments, lighting fixtures and covers for the futon and chairs; a bamboo runner to cover up outdated counter-tops; removing excess furniture; clearing out the clutter; and getting rid of the bedroom rug to expose the beautiful hardwood floors.
S02E12 Scottsdale, AZ - Hoffman 00/00/0000
S02E13 Madison, WI - McCaffrey and Wood 00/00/0000 This three bedroom, one bath home needed lots of paint in the sunroom, dining room, and bath; a new tin ceiling, wood molding, and lighting fixture, as well as replacing the glass shower doors with a fresh, white curtain in the bathroom; decluttering the sunroom; rearranging furniture in the living room and sunroom; and new window treatments in the sunroom to get an offer.
S02E14 Columbia, MD - McLeain 00/00/0000 A thorough cleaning and decluttering, painting, rearranging furniture, patching holes, removing wallpaper, and replacing the window treatments was all it took to sell this townhouse.
S02E15 Denver, CO - Upton 00/00/0000 This three bedroom house with a large yard just needed lots of repainting in bright, bold colors to cover up dark paneling and pink walls, some new light fixtures and window treatments, removal of worn carpeting to expose pristine hardwood floors, rearranging the furniture, and removal of the kitchen cabinet doors to attract a buyer and close the sale.
S02E16 Arvada, CO - Tomasi 00/00/0000 This four bedroom house quickly found a buyer after it was made brighter and more spacious by lots of paint, including covering up some dark paneling; new window treatments; rearranging and removing shelving and bulky furniture; and a good cleaning.
S02E17 Wilmington, NC - Daum 00/00/0000 This large, historic, four bedroom Craftsman home with fireplaces in almost every room just needed lots of paint, major decluttering, some shelving, and the addition of some furniture to attract buyer interest.
S02E18 Seattle, WA - Hernandez 00/00/0000 Removing the carpeting and sanding the hardwood floors underneath, painting in updated colors, new window treatments and lighting fixtures, and some decluttering was all it took to sell this brick bungalow.
S02E19 Seattle, WA - Franklin 00/00/0000 Lots of paint; new window treatments; covering up an unsightly heating duct; removing some furniture and rearranging the rest; and new flowerbeds was all it took to sell this house.
S02E20 Boston, MA - Downing 00/00/0000 Roger's recuperation from knee surgery keeps him from tackling the stairs in this brownstone condo, so from a comfortable perch on the couch, he supervises Tanya and Megan Szczecko, his design assistant, as they carry out his plans for finding a buyer for this house by painting, eliminating musty odors, removing and rearranging furniture, turning a door that goes nowhere into an architectural focal point, adding new window treatments, and deemphasizing the narrowness of the house.
S02E21 Boston, MA - Laslie 00/00/0000 This classic colonial needed some major decluttering; removal of outdated wallpaper and frilly curtains; lots of fresh paint; replacement of the artificial foliage with fresh fruit accents; and a new slipcover to attract buyer interest.
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