Series 1 · Episode 1
The Harts are desperate to sell their three-bedroom, chalet-style Thundersley home so they can move to Australia with their five kids. But after ten months on the market, they’ve had only two viewings and not a single offer.
Series 1 · Episode 2
Hoping to join her boyfriend Down Under, 26-year-old London lawyer Maria is desperate to sell her childhood home in Copthorne, Sussex. But after ten months – and a whopping £50,000 price cut – she hasn’t received a single offer.
Series 1 · Episode 3
Hoping to make a quick sale to start her new life in the country, Chris Burt has dropped the price of her four-bedroom, 1970s-style house on bustling Canvey Island. But after four months on the market, she’s still waiting.
Series 1 · Episode 4
Party-loving homeowners, Linda and Lee dream of traveling the world… But after two years on the market, and over 80 viewings, they’re still stuck in their three-bedroom, 1950s terrace home in Swindon, Wiltshire.
Series 1 · Episode 5
Struggling to make ends meet since her divorce, single mom Jackie is desperate to sell her three-bedroom detached home in historic Dunstable.
Series 1 · Episode 6
Retired empty nesters, Betty and Ron, are longing to sell their three-bedroom, end-of-terrace home in southeast London to move closer to family.
Series 1 · Episode 7
Diane is so desperate to sell her 200-year-old, four-bedroom home in Ingrave, Essex, that it’s listed the property with three agents… But after numerous viewings in two years, and despite an £80,000 price cut, she’s still there, and her bills keep piling up
Series 1 · Episode 8
John and Anne are splitting up, and want to sell their 100-year-old, four-bedroom, semi-detached Edwardian home in Finchley, North London… But even after dropping the price £65,000, they’ve had just eight viewings in four months, and not a single offer.
Series 1 · Episode 9
With way too much property on her hands, schoolteacher Lucy listed her North London, three-bedroom Edwardian home nine months ago… And 90 viewings later, she’s losing hope of ever moving on.
Series 1 · Episode 10
Maria is desperate to downsize her home from her oversized empty nest. But with just five viewings in two years she needs the help of real estate experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 11
The Akthar family home is a structurally impressive, six-bedroom unsellable Victorian terrace. Desperate for an offer, they have cut the price and sacked their agent and need the help of property experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 12
The Tolsons want to sell their nine-acre property but despite shaving £50,000 off the price, they've had just five viewings in a year, and not a single offer real estate experts and need the help of John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 13
The Barry's are desperate to move closer to their grandchildren, but with their family home of 30 years being 18 months on the market and a staggering £90,000 price cut they need the help of property experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 14
The Kinchleas are desperate to sell their three-bedroom, Victorian mid-terrace home in East London. But after ten months on the market, only ten viewings, and not a single offer they need the help of property experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 15
Tired of his long daily commute, Gary wants to sell his riverside property in London and move closer to work. But after six months, only four viewings, and not a single offer he needs the help of property experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 16
Dennis and Sue are desperate to sell their two-bedroom home so they can move to the country. But, after a year on the market, very few viewings, four agents, and two major price cuts they need the help of real estate experts John Rennie and Sofie Allsopp.
Series 1 · Episode 17
After eight years in London, Victoria and Aristero are desperate to move back to Mexico. But after their home being a year on the market and a major price cut, their two-bedroom Victorian terrace in Wimbledon hasn't garnered a single offer.
Series 1 · Episode 18
Since they're splitting up, John and Jill are desperate to sell their four-bedroom, 1970s terrace home. But after 18 months, over one hundred viewings, and a sharp drop in the asking price, they haven't had a single offer.
Series 1 · Episode 19
With two growing children, Charlene and Granville are desperate to sell their two-bedroom Victorian terrace. While the property has loads of potential, its crammed interiors, tired decor, drab master bedroom, and scuffed walls are proving a major turnoff.
Series 1 · Episode 20
Diane wants to move on from her recent break-up, but after eight months and a dozen viewings, her charming 1.2-acre country cottage in Kent, hasn't attracted a single offer.
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