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Have a question about buying or selling a house? What about renovation projects? Submit all questions to hgtvmagazine@hearst.com with the subject line Love It or List It for a chance to have your answer appear in an upcoming issue. ONLY questions received via email will be considered. Must include full name and hometown.

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  1. Juleen Axelsen says:

    I, as a viewer am SO tired of Hilary getting the "short end of the stick" in every episode! Really…the homeowner even gives David MORE money in some circumstances to find the perfect place, yet Hilary has to battle with problems that ARE NOT REMODELING problems! Plumbing, roofs, A/C, Heating. Mold issues…things the home owner would have to deal with regardless of Hilary! MAKES ME MAD!!! I AM TIRED OF THIS SHOW!!! You all have cut your own throats! I loved this show, but it has gone too far… please contact me if it changes. I have so much respect for BOTH of your hosts, but you all are NOT doing them justice! Hope you take this to heart!

  2. S.Granath says:

    Interesting show but Hilary always finds a problem somewhere and can't give the homeowner everything they want. Do they ever have a show where she can complete everything?

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  4. Nick Lewis says:

    Someone should finally list it !!!!!!!!!

  5. reed bigelow says:

    I'd like to know of all the homes that were supposedly listed, how many actually were sold for that price, and how many remained on the market and the selling price had to be reduced. jst because a house is "listed" , doesn't mean it will be 'sold".

  6. Graciela says:

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  7. jpwheeling says:

    Question, how long do the Owners have to make a decision, on your Show, it seems like the have only a couple minutes, do they actually have like a Day to see there New Renovated House. Another Question, I see on this web sight the After, so it's like a Year After, where are they Now, so I see that when they've chosen List It, I see the place they Wanted didn't fall through, how is that Possible, doesn't this show like make some kind of Guarantee to the Sellers, like maybe you'll cover Closing Cost, no matter what, if they choose the House or Not, ok can't wait for an Answer

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  9. alana says:

    It is so foolish to continually tell sellers/buyers their budgets do not satisfy the work which has to be done. When, if ever, has Hilary EVER been within budget, scope, schedule? She is a designer, not sure if a decorator by choice, or designer by education and credentials. She definitely is not a project manager. For all the shows we watch, she has never delivered what she promised due to unexpected circumstances. Good thing the rest of the certified project managers in the world are not as unprofessional as she. Due some homework, add in a reasonable contingency, and stay within the scope. If you do not know how to do this, move aside and hire certified professionals to do the job correctly. She is a waste of air time. Get with the real world please HGTV. Look to those who know what they are doing, not those who entertain with negative reflections of true project management!!!

  10. Eva sala says:

    Hilary you are one classy designer. Love the show but wish one episode could have the full renovation without unsightly repairs.

Alyssa SparacinoAlyssa is the Online Editor for HGTV Magazine. She lives in a cozy brownstone apartment in Hoboken with (she likes to think) tons of charm. The older building provides character...


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