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Selling Houses With Amanda Lamb season 3 episodes list:
Amanda Lamb returns for a new series where home sellers inspect their rival vendors' properties for inspiration. In Cardiff, Kerry Anne and Anthony add glamour to their 1930s home; Mark and Fran introduce some warmth to their minimal terrace; and Karin and John are forced to clear their cat clutter. But do any of them do enough to secure an offer from young professionals Ellery and Christian?
Three competing homeowners in Worthing snoop around each other's houses looking for inspiration on how to improve their own. Armed with what they've learned, and expert advice from Amanda Lamb, they have one a week, and £1000, to fix things up before potential buyer Diane comes for a viewing. Mum and daughter Jo and Ruby prove a little money can go a long way when they knock their attic through for under a grand. Debbie and Paul tastefully update their dining room in the Edwardian style of their home. And Sue and Jo spruce up their bathroom and living room.
In Bromsgrove, three competing sellers snoop round each other's houses searching for inspiration on how to improve their own. Amanda arrives with design ideas and £1000, but the homeowners only have a week to make changes to impress buyer Isabelle who is a busy mum of two. Beautician Jo needs to tone down the bold colours and leopard print. Brian and Ann Marie need to reclaim their abandoned annex and garden. And Cheryl needs to brighten up her bland town house with the help of tarot reader Lisa.
Three rival sellers in Milton Keynes take design ideas from Amanda Lamb on how best to improve their homes to try and clinch a sale with buyer Michelle. Hannah and Chris need to knock through their kitchen and transform the garden. Paul and Becki are advised to make big changes to their bedrooms, and give their unappealing hallway a warmer welcome. Tim and Heather must demonstrate that their one-bed bungalow has development potential.
In Newport, three rival sellers compete to win an offer from buyer Amy, who's on the hunt for a family home. Amanda gives each seller £1000 and a week to make improvements. Jo adds 1950s glamour to her home. Rita and Sid realise they need to tone down the bling. And Lynette takes some colour criticism on the chin and makes her house more memorable.
In Redditch, three rival sellers snoop around each other's houses looking for pointers as to how they might improve their own home to hopefully impress potential buyer Joe, who is an interior designer. Mum and daughter Jackie and Sarah need to update their kitchen. Angela and Nick must ditch the dark furniture in the dining room. And business owner Jane ropes in her daughter Kerry to help transform the forgotten ground floor of her modern townhouse.
In Weston-super-Mare, rival sellers battle to try and win an offer from first-time buyer Helen. Jean and Max need to face facts about their overflowing spare room and neglected garden. Nina and Fred need to create calm in the lounge. And Rob and Sheryl have their work cut out updating their bedrooms.
In Wolverhampton, three homeowners snoop around each other's houses, hunting out inspiration on how to improve their own. They get £1000 and design ideas from Amanda and a week to try and win an offer from buyer Simon, who is under strict instructions from his fiance to find the perfect family home. Ben and Josie skip-forage and take out a wall to add flow to their kitchen diner. Lindsey has his own ideas on how to make improvements. And there is so much to do at Raj and Pravin's mock Tudor house, the other sellers call it a squat!
Amanda is drafted in to help three homeowners in Greater Manchester make their homes more appealing to property investor Andy. After snooping around each other's houses, each seller gets design ideas from Amanda, £1000 and a week to make improvements. Bachelor Pete needs to feminise his man pad and turn one of his two TV rooms into a sumptuous diner. Mary and Jeff need to drastically improve their lacklustre kitchen and bathroom, and perfectionist Neil needs to concentrate on the areas he's ignored... his back yard and spare bedroom.
In Luton, buyers Sakander and Lia have already rejected 40 houses. Can Amanda's three sellers do any better? Mum and daughter Denise and Gaby transform a teenage bedroom and knock through their lounge and dining room. Jeff and Jane address serious storage issues and the garage conversion. And Binu and Asha turn their tired living room into a sumptuous lounge.
In West Sussex, three homeowners snoop round each other's houses, to eye up the competition and get some ideas how to improve their own homes. Amanda gives them expert advice, and £1000, to make changes in the hope of securing an offer from buyer Mark who, with help of mum Julia, is looking to buy his first home. Pat has her work cut out transforming her home office into a cosy living space. James and Helen need to add some colour to their neutral home. And Sue and Tony need to reinstate their downstairs bedroom and ditch the knick-knacks.
In Bristol, three sellers snoop around each other's houses in search of inspiration as they prepare to win an offer from buyers Jocelyn and Julia. Then they get £1000 and one week to make changes. Father and daughter Tom and Becca rip out their bathroom and smarten up the kitchen. Michelle ropes in designer friend Sam to reclaim her dining room. And bachelor Ian feminises his bedroom and tears out an old bathroom.
Three sellers in Bradford are inspired to make improvements when they snoop around each other's houses. Amanda gives them a thousand pounds to make changes, but they only have one week. Rahima and Ali need to take control of their cramped kitchen and knock through to the dining room. Carrie Ann and George need to add warmth to their sterile downstairs and forgotten conservatory. And Ruth and Megan need to address the poor configuration of the entire upstairs.
In Manchester, three rival sellers bid to win an offer from buyer Liz. Tony and Jackie's extra-large bathroom needs completely ripping out. Jennifer and Roger need to update their bedroom. And Jo and Emma need to warm up the lounge with some colour. Last in the series.