Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb
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Amanda Lamb lets home sellers check out their rival vendors' properties for inspiration
Claire and Jon need to tone down their bright and bold party house. Brian and Cathy need to update the key areas in their home. Angela needs to lose her fear of colour and add some warmth into her bland townhouse.
Will any of them secure an offer from buyers Leon and Nancy?
Three homeowners compete for buyer Rowan's favour. Lee needs to transform his garden, which has been destroyed by his dogs. Gwen and David need to update their décor. And will Mary allow Mike to decorate with her most hated material, wallpaper?
Michelle and Jim fall in love with some wallpaper but it could do with some toning down, while Karen has roped in friend Paula to renovate her forgotten garden at the side of the house.
Will Catherine and Jack go bold in their colour choices and update the cluttered playroom - and what will buyers Simon and Claire think of it?
In Royton, near Oldham. Jackie needs to tone down her house of many colours while Dorothy and Philippa actually need to inject some colour and personality into theirs.
At Amanda and Pauls, will Paul knock down his beloved centre piece to create more space in the sitting room?
Amanda helps three homeowners in Northampton to improve the saleability of their properties in the hope of impressing buyer Mike.
Bharat and Savita's dated décor is putting potential buyers off, Lee's bachelor pad could do with an injection of colour, and Dave and Angie's kitchen needs a wall removed to make it open plan, but things don't go according to plan when the builders turn up.
Jan's rental flat needs freshening up and Alan and Valerie need to modernise if they hope to interest buyers Maria and Terry. And will Hitesh and Alpa be brave and add some much needed colour to their property?
Claire Michalski needs to finish renovating her home; Claire Gadsby needs to do some decluttering and revamping; and Dave and daughter Lauren must add some colour and life to their home.
Once the makeovers are finished, first time buyers George and Grace pay a visit. But do they like any of the places enough to put in an offer?
Three homeowners compete to win an offer from housebuyer Panna. Gurpal and Kiran need to inject some colour into their bland interior. Sheetal needs to put some furniture and homely touches back into her empty family house. And are Belinda and Spencer willing to make the necessary changes to improve their home?
Three homeowners get their properties ready for potential buyer Simon. Gerald needs to add some homely touches to his house. Jill and Lorraine need to tackle their out-of-date panelled bathroom. And will Catherine and Gareth go as far as changing their current playroom into a sophisticated dining room?
Three homeowners look to tempt buyers Jo and Nick into making an offer on their property. Stuart and Liesl need to update their dark and dated hallway. Fran wants to revamp her red dining room. And will Stephanie and Luke add furniture and colour to their empty house to give it that homely feel?
Andy needs to add warmth to his bachelor pad and make it more family friendly. Chris's colourful house could do with some toning down. Will Sonul and Avi rip out their mammoth wardrobes to turn their box bedroom into a child's nursery? And which property, if any, will buyer Sandeep prefer?
Mary has a budget of £400,000, but whose home will she make an offer on? Carly and Chris need to inject some colour into their bland new build. Carol and Rob need to raise the standard of some of their house. And will Pam and Tony take on the challenge of re-painting their quirky home from dark pink to a more welcoming colour?
In Waterlooville, Hampshire, three competing homeowners go head-to-head in the hope of selling their house. After snooping round each other's houses, they'll get advice from Amanda and £1000 to make necessary changes to their home in the hope of getting an offer from this edition's buyers - Amanda and Ian.
Rachel and Matt need to reorganise the downstairs layout of their family home, while Don and Barbie could do with hiding some of their family life from view. But, will Mike and Bethan agree to move the rabbits that live in one of the bedrooms, which could be putting potential buyers off?
Three homeowners compete to sell their houses to buyers Julia and Clive.
Phil and Irene need to unify their nautical house, whilst John and Lynne need to add some colour to their family home.
And will Tracey and James be prepared to paint over their dark colours in their hallway and sitting room?
Can Ian and his fiancé Janice transform Ian's bachelor pad into a modern, relaxing place? Meanwhile, Carol and her daughter Caroline try to update her detached cottage. And are Peter and Pauline brave enough to add some colour to their 70s property?
Chobham and Woking
Joe and Izabella need to make more of the annexe to their home. Nicola and Duncan need to work on the kerb appeal of their property. And can Mary embrace the changes required to turn her dated Victorian cottage into the dream chocolate box?
Amanda helps people who are trying to sell their houses in Kent. Robin needs to realise that buyers struggle to visualise living in an empty house; Jan and Bill must modernise their décor; and Julia and Chris's home is well-presented but verging on the bland.
Will any of their properties appeal to househunter Rebecca?
Amanda helps three homeowners in Wokingham as they compete to sell their house to Francesca. Can Raj and Maria fix their decking? Margaret has a great family home, but it's red and white interior could do with some TLC. And can Bob and Geraldine update their home?
Homeowners in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, compete to sell to first-time buyers Laurence and Sheridan.
Neil has an electrical substation in his garden... which could put people off.
Brian and Jenny could do with adding some colour to their plain magnolia home, and will Anthony and Linda be brave enough to add a velux window to lighten up their dark attic space?
Maureen needs to update her swimming pool that right now is an eyesore - but could give her home a real wow factor. Alison and Nathan have a garden room that could make a great office, but at the moment it's more of a dumping ground.
And Len and Pauline's regal sitting room could do with a major update - but will Pauline say goodbye to her much-loved carpet?
Linda needs to realise her house could do with an update - starting with her avocado bathroom. Lisa needs to ditch her outlandish wallpaper, which is making her rooms feel claustrophobic. Rowena and Robert haven't let anyone use their front door for years in order to protect their beloved carpet. Buyers Marianne and Anish have looked at over 60 properties, but will they love one of these three enough to finally buy?
In Sutton, Mike doesn't want to let go of his quite personal décor; perfectionist Emma's home is let down by its poor kerb appeal; and Darren and Tracey's home only has two bedrooms. Buyer Leigh has £350,000 to spend on his first home - which house will win his heart?
Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb synopsis
Amanda Lamb lets home sellers check out their rival vendors' properties for inspirationEpisode Guide >