HGTV’s ‘Love It or List It’ sued by North Carolina couple

RALEIGH, NC (WSOC) — A Raleigh, North Carolina, couple is suing the producers of the HGTV show “Love It or List It” because they say their home was poorly constructed.

The show’s premise follows designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin as Farr makes renovations to a family’s existing home and Visentin finds the couple a new house that meets their needs.

At the end of the hour-long show, the family decides whether to live in their current, newly renovated home and “love it” or list their current home and move into one of the houses Visentin showed them.

The News & Observer reported that the Deena Murphy and Timothy Sullivan filed a lawsuit in Durham County Superior Court complaining that they were left with a home that was “irreparably damaged.”

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