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After 19 seasons and 15 long years on the show, Hilary Farr and David Visentin from HGTV's reality home show Love It or List It have many competitions under their belts.

Their sibling-like rivalry is what keeps so many people coming back to the show to see whether the homeowner is going to stay in their home after Farr renovates it, or move into the new house that Visentin found for them.

It's a win-some, lose-some situation. But now that the cat's out of the bag surrounding Farr's emotional exit from the beloved show, we can finally determine once and for all who won the most episodes: realtor Visentin or home designing champ Farr? Before getting too far into it, it's easy to assume that Farr has quite the advantage over Visentin when it comes to the client loving it or listing it.

If you had the choice of staying in your newly renovated home that you already paid for versus experiencing the stresses of moving out on top of that money already spent, you'd probably choose to stay.

However, the hiccup with Farr's method is that the furniture used to stage the house at the end of the episode is borrowed or rented, so the homeowner's remodeled digs won't look exactly like Farr's vision unless they choose to purchase everything. Plus, sometimes a fresh start is irresistible.

We took a deep dive into every single episode, and can report that, as longtime viewers may have suspected, the winner is Hilary Farr.

And she won, pardon the pun, by far. While Visentin definitely had his moments throughout the seasons where he shined most brightly, out of the episodes you can find on streaming platform Max, Farr won times , and Visentin won It's fitting that the last episode from season 19 ends on a win from Farr—it's like her last hurrah before saying goodbye to the series.

Of course, as far as we're concerned, both hosts are winners. Follow House Beautiful on Instagram and TikTok. Meghan is the assistant editor at House Beautiful where she writes about interior design, pop culture, and furniture.

Behold: The 22 Best Teen Bedrooms on TV. David and Hilary are ready to help. A family's current house fits their downtown lifestyle, but isn't very eco-friendly.

With baby number two on the way, they also need more space. David will dazzle them with new homes, but Hilary might rekindle their old love. With daycare, dwindling space and sleep deprivation fueling domestic debate, Kim and Brad find themselves more divided than ever.

Designer Hilary and Realtor David are here to save this pair from their downward spiral. Twenty-two years ago, Bill and Marian transformed a triplex into a family home. The family's wondering if the renovated triplex is working.

Experts Hilary Farr and David Visentin help this couple decide if they love it or list it. Four opinionated sisters and their dad built their home a year ago, but now they realize they may have overlooked some dysfunctional features. David will help them look at new spaces, while Hilary redesigns their current home.

Paul and Kate found the perfect fixer upper, but after triplets, another child, and a dog, their house is stretched to its limits. David Visentin and Hilary Farr take on this challenge with different goals in mind.

Fed up with a single bathroom for four, Leslie and Dustin find there are other problems lurking behind the walls of their home. Hilary Farr and David Visentin will help them to decide to love their home again or list it.

Between cold bedrooms, over-sized bathtubs and an unfinished basement, a new Mom stresses over having a more baby-friendly home. But Dad thinks they can make it work in this home.

Hilary Farr and David Visentin are here to help. A couple is no longer in love with their inaccessible living space, so Hilary works to renew and rectify this residence to suit the pair, while David coaxes them into comfortable and suitable spaces to call home.

A couple's city home is no longer the perfect place for their family of four. Designer Hilary and Realtor David are here to help, but when Hilary and her team start the renovation, the home reveals a lot of asbestos. Ten years after buying their home, Dan and Rich are left with an empty nest and a desire to retire.

But in order to enjoy their retirement, they are determined to have a more entertainment-friendly home. A family of five is fed up with a single shower for five, a business overtaking the house, a shortage of bedrooms and a dark, dingy basement.

Hilary and David arrive right on time to confront this challenge head on. A conflicted couple is desperate for a home that actually fits the demands of their ever growing family. Hilary Farr and David Visentin are convinced they can unite this family by delivering on some needed breathing space.

A reunited couple and their children moved back into their pint-sized place but are fed up with their cramped quarters. Hilary renews the love with a meaningful makeover, while David attempts to sway this pair into a new home. After 14 years, a family of four is finally feeling the pinch of their cramped quarters.

Hilary's team will renovate the home and David will show the couple houses that better fit their needs. Hilary and David are both determined to bridge the divide between a conflicted couple with a suburban home that's way too small. A family of four struggles with space in their 2,square-foot bungalow.

David Visentin shows the family bigger options, while Hilary Farr attempts to restore the couple's love of their bungalow. A quirky s-style home is making a family regret their investment. Hilary will redesign the retro residence to restore the love for it, while David will attempt to relocate the family into cool new quarters.

Desperate for a home that combines the modern amenities of urban living with the solitary charm of a rural residence, a couple will have to decide if they can love their home again or if they will list it. A couple's tiny city home posed a challenge for them when their family doubled in size with the birth of twins.

Hilary rebuilds the love with a tantilizing do over, while David tries to please this couple with more space. A couple is divided on problems with their duplex and is desperate for a frustration-free single family home. Hilary renovates this divided duplex to make it a cohesive casa, while David finds a home that meets all their needs.

With five growing boys and a dysfunctional layout, a couple's square-foot home is bursting at the seams. Designer Hilary attempts to create a larger, more functional space and Realtor David finds a perfect replacement home.

Two successful professionals butt heads over their family's square-foot, centrally located home. Hilary and David try to help them set aside their colliding opinions and find the middle ground.

Chris and Maureesa's year-old house is full of not only character, but flaws that prevent the family from living comfortably.

Hilary is ready to transform the outdated space, and David is already on the search for a new home. Beth and Dan's starter home has turned into a source of stress after her online business took over their house.

With Hilary and David to the rescue, this family must come together in agreement to love their home again or list it. A couple's year-old urban Victorian was once a perfect mix of the old and new, but is now a source of headache.

Fortunately, Hilary is bursting with ideas while David is already on the prowl for a replacement home. Mother Roxy and daughter Dee share a sense of sentimental value in their co-owned bungalow, but Dee wants a more practical and private space to share with her mother and wants to buy them a better home.

After two sisters moved in together, one of them is disappointed with their investment. Hilary has a plan to accommodate both sisters in their current home, but David also has big ideas as he hunts for a fairer option.

Joe and Linh bought their suburban home for its backyard view and modern layout. But with twin boys now in the picture, the couple reevaluates the safety and space of their home and seeks a solution. Kelly and Phil's home is too small with their three kids and another baby on the way.

Kelly thinks some work by Hilary on the basement will fix the space. Phil is set on finding a more functional home with the help of David. Joe misses the ease of condo living and is daunted by the work that home ownership can bring, while BJ thinks he needs to give their new home a chance.

Greg and Heidi's year-old home has become a huge source of stress after only a year. Despite Heidi's love for their house, Greg is fed up with tackling the never ending list of problems.

Brigitta and Angelo's home has served them perfectly. However, with two adults, two teenagers and now two seniors living in the house, the couple feels like their limit on space has reached a breaking point.

After eight years and two kids, a couple is getting overwhelmed with the issues that come with living in a nearly year-old home. Niru wants to stay close to the city, but Alok wants to move into the suburbs.

When Brian and Andrea bought their partially renovated home, it was everything they wanted. Brian loved the making the home theirs by renovating, but the end seems nowhere in sight.

Andrea's convinced they have outgrown the house. After a year of being outbid on eight different houses, Oliver and Melissa finally found a home.

Melissa was out of town when Oliver put a bid on it, and now Melissa can't stand problem after problem that this house presents. Sixteen years ago, Scott purchased a house with intentions of renting it out. Now after 11 years of marriage and two kids, the century-old home and the issues are consuming Scott's free time.

Ron and Mishelle bought their five-generation, century-old home from his parents. Ron loves the legacy home, but Mishelle misses their bungalow in the city. Ten years after purchasing a fixer-upper, a couple's to-do list hasn't gotten any smaller.

The daily battle against the home's troubled past leaves her wanting to move, while he wants to stay. After Darlene started having money issues in her new home, her daughter, Jade, moved in to help with the mortgage.

Darlene loves the home and wants to stay, but Jade wants to move closer to downtown and her desired lifestyle. When Sarena and Flare bought a house in the city, they were eager to embrace their next chapter. A year later, Flare feels it isn't a home that allows for creating a family, but Serena thinks they can make it work.

Colin and Aline's kids are active hockey players, but their home has no room to store equipment. She thinks there are too many issues to be addressed while he feels there are easy solutions to their storage problems. By the time Krista moved into his rural bachelor bungalow, Dave had his roots planted deeply.

He wants to stay, but the home's history has Krista wanting to leave. When Rachel and Calum moved into a centrally located home, they had a specific plan for their family to have one more baby. But when they found out they were having twins, they realized they don't have enough space for everyone.

Dave and Wendy loved their bungalow when they purchased it. But several years and two daughters later, Wendy's feelings about the home have completely changed and she wants to move closer to their daughters while he wants to stay.

When Stephanie and Peter bought their suburban house, it was perfect for these first-time homeowners. Now they have a child, Stephanie's father has moved in and their house has become the gathering place for their large families. Siobhan and Duncan no longer see eye-to-eye on their tiny home.

Duncan promised her renovations that never happened and the house is becoming less functional for the family of four. A family of three's home suited them until the wife's sisters and brother-in-law moved in. Hilary and her team hope to double their home's function while David tries to find a new house that fits Leslie's extended family.

New parents thought they lucked out on finding their quaint home, but now they see it in a negative light. David hopes to find them a home with more space and function, while Hilary and her team try to re-imagine the small house. Katherine, Natalia, and Paolo live in Natalia's grandparents' house they inherited.

Natalia loves her grandparents' home and wants to stay, but her mom Katherine thinks the house needs updating and wants something with more space. Brian is fed up with the lack of space and basement problems in his and Chelsea's small lakeside bungalow.

Hilary and her team are determined to make this house function, but David hopes to find the couple a larger home. A couple disagrees on what to do with their house, which was his former bachelor pad. Hilary and her team try to convert the house back to a single-family home, while David hunts for a place that suits everyone's needs.

A family of seven is cramped in their home. Hilary and her team create an open-concept living area and add more space and storage to encourage them to stay. However, David sets out to find other options for the ever-growing crew. Brent and John have been divided on their historical home since the day they found it.

Brent loves their old house and is willing to use inherited funds to update it, but John thinks they'd be better off buying a new place. Hilary and her team plan to create an open-concept main floor for Irene, Marcos and their extended family. David tries to find Marcos and Irene a new house that has space and functions for their big family.

Three years after getting married, Danny and Mike live in Danny's former bachelor pad, and Mike feels it would be better to buy a new place together. However, Danny wants to stay and update their home.

After Mother Nature intervened with an unexpected third child, a family needs more space. Hilary and her team plan to create new spaces in their current place, while David attempts to find the family a new house. When Robin, Kelly and their sons moved into Kelly's house, things became tight very quickly.

Kelly loves their neighborhood and doesn't have any issues with their ranch, but Robin feels they need more privacy, space and function. A couple that bought their home sight unseen have different ideas on solutions. Hilary and her team want to create an open-concept main floor while David looks for a house in their desired neighborhood with more livable space.

A couple disagrees on what to do with their current home. Hilary and her team renovate their dingy basement while David tries to find them a house that will please both of them.

Desperate for a home that can support the future of their ever-expanding family, Danielle and Richard will have to decide can they love their home again, or will they list it? Two sisters disagree on solutions for their unique living situation.

Hilary is determined to carve out the extra room the family needs, while David can't help but hunt for the perfect, larger home he knows is out there. A home is no longer functional for a family of four that does everything under one roof.

Hillary completely transforms the function of their home while David offers a few unique options, including a lifestyle change. Brian and Trish need minimal obstacles and open sight lines for Brian's disability. Hilary and her team create a safe and functional environment for Brian, while David looks for an open home that will work for the whole family.

A couple disagrees on what to do with the income property they own. Hilary and her team plan to bring this family out of the basement, while David searches for a home the couple will both love. A couple needs more space for them and their three teenage kids.

David looks for a home with more space for the family while Hilary hopes to give them more space. A family of six needs more bedrooms and a safer entry for their home.

Hilary and her team reconfigure the house to fit the family while David hopes to deliver a home in the right area with a room for everyone. A couple needs a home with better organization for their family of four's busy lifestyle.

Hilary and her team work to overhaul the tiny home while David searches for a stunning home in the right location. Rick and Christine need more bedrooms and bathrooms for their blended family of five.

Hilary and her team plan to bring function to their home while David searches for a bigger house on the same street. A family of five and their nanny are squeezed into their home. Hilary makes creative use of the extra spaces in the house while David finds them options with room for everyone.

A couple with four kids that has renovated their house twice feels divided and cramped. They are desperate for a home that will enhance their health and well-being, and Hilary and David are each determined to find the solution. Dan, Delilah and their three kids need a functioning home with no more projects to complete.

Hilary and her team create a functioning home while David finds them unique, move-in ready homes that check all the boxes on their list. While Trevor was out of town, Janice bought what she felt was a fairy tale home; but with storage, space and height issues, it has Trevor ready to leave it behind.

A Family Contemplates Financial or Emotional Investments in their Home. After spending two years fixing up their home and increasing the value, a couple is divided over its future. He wants to list it and profit from their investment, but she sees it as an investment for their family.

Professional mom and stay-at-home dad are torn between the basic functions of the family's bungalow. A family of nine has outgrown their home. Hilary works to transform the space to create function for the family, while David looks for homes that provide all the hassle-free space they need.

Eager to start a family, a couple has become divided over their bungalow's ability to house their next chapter. The ample space outside no longer makes up for the cramped quarters inside.

After ditching suburban space to join his wife Marci in her charming-but-tiny home, Matt quickly began feeling buried. David works to find homes they can both love while Hilary tries to show off the true potential of their house.

A couple married and traded in their downtown condo for a rural home. While he loves the land and roomy garage for his racecar, she's not happy and is desperate for a home that combines urban functionality with car-ready space.

Rodolfo is ready to find a finished party palace but Greg won't let go of his father's renovations. Kevin is convinced they can make their home function well, but Nevada is tired of the daily chaos. Will David find them a new house without the to-do list, or can Hilary reinvent the home's hotly debated spaces?

A couple is torn between fixing up their home in the city and moving to the country for more land. A couple has spent eight years battling a never-ending to-do list in their midcentury home.

He loves the feel of the house, but she's fed up with issues constantly popping up. After adopting their teenage daughter, Mason and Shannon felt as though their 2,square-foot home might be too small for a family of four.

Will David find them a family-ready home, or will Hilary reinvent their cramped space? Professionals Anne and Nathan enjoy their midcentury house. While Nathan loves the form of the home, pregnant Anne only sees problems with function.

Will this growing family buy a house with David or love the redesign by Hilary? Emilee and Jody bought their charming home intending to use Jody's skills as a contractor during renovations.

After living in constant construction for years, Emilee wants a house that's big enough for a growing family. Eight years ago, Tyler and Kim settled into a cozy older house in the heart of the city with their newborn daughter.

Kim is tired of the host of problems involved in owning an older home, but Tyler wants to stay. Ryan and Sarah purchased a flipped home in an up-and-coming neighborhood. Ryan sees this downtown house as their first step on the property ladder, but Sarah has settled in for the long haul. LaShawn, a single mom with two kids, has recently welcomed her mother into her home.

The two share a bedroom, and neither one has private space. Will Hilary make their space functional, or will David sell them on a bigger house? Ashley and Cole bought a house sight unseen and must decide to renovate and stay or find another home.

Sam and Valerie purchased their midcentury modern home under pressure to quickly find a place to live. Sam regretted the purchase as soon as they moved in, but Valerie still loves the home's style.

Deena and Sully bought their home in order to renovate it for a future family of foster children. Sully doesn't think their home will work for their plans, but Deena loves their location and thinks there is plenty of potential. With teenage daughters and successful careers, Amanda and Grif have outgrown their current home.

Amanda is ready to pack up, but Grif loves his large backyard. Will they choose David's new home or Hilary's reinvented space? A pair of empty nesters who've owned their house for three decades are sick of the functional issues, but can't agree on a new floor plan.

Will David find them a perfect fit or will Hilary reinvent their hotly-debated spaces? Anna Wade and Andrew realize their house is just too small now that their kids are teenagers. Andrew is certain their space can be transformed into something functional, but Anna Wade is not so sure Hilary can make that happen.

New parents are overwhelmed by the amount of renovations their home needs. Will David find them a family home to enjoy with their son, or will Hilary expand their outlook by reinventing the home's unrenovated spaces? After having two kids, Emily thinks her house with husband, Ryan, is dated and wants more room for guests.

Will David find them the perfect new home or will Hilary suitably reinvent the space within their current home? Stew and Alan love to entertain, but now that Stew is retired and spending more time at home, he feels their space is too small.

Can Hilary make this home fit for entertaining or will David find them a new space to love? Gray loves his family home because of its large private lot, but April dislikes the dated fixtures and cut-off kitchen. Can Hilary make them love their home, or will David find them a house with picture-perfect design?

Quincy, Don and their children have outgrown their ranch house and while Quincy is ready to move, Don loves the neighborhood and wants to make it work.

Desperate for more space, will they choose to love or list their home? Breanne loves the chaos of her small home, but Justin is overwhelmed by the limited laundry space and bathroom availability.

Hilary tries to reinvent the space while David works to find the perfect home for this growing family. Ken and Mark tackled their home's renovation alone, but now Ken is fed up and ready to abandon the house while Mark wants to make it work. Can Hilary complete their long to-do list or will David find them a new space to enjoy?

First-time mom Callie is ready to leave the house she and husband Jeff bought online because it's smaller than they thought.

Can Hilary help this couple love their purchase or will David find them a forever home they love more? A young family with twins used to have live-in help from Grandma, but she couldn't take living in the unrenovated basement. Can designer Hilary pull off a transformation, or will agent David find a new space for the whole family?

Joi, Dawayne, their two kids and his mother share a home while coping with daily visits from his siblings, who live close by. Will Hilary provide the privacy Joi needs, or will David find plenty of room for the whole family? Shelly and Zahid's spacious home needs upgrades but has a great view of a large pond.

He loves the house, while she wants a master suite. Will Hilary make their house fit for a family, or will David find them a new space? David and Hilary help a couple decide if they should update their inherited family home or if it's time to move out on their own.

A couple's kids have left them little to no space in their already-renovated home. Can Hilary's one last renovation help this couple love their home, or will David find them a house with plenty of space for the whole family?

A couple debates whether they should finish up their decade-worth of DIY renovations or move their family to a bigger space. This couple's s home has plenty of character but not enough space.

They're hoping Hilary can remodel their home to make it both more spacious and energy efficient. High school sweethearts have outgrown their starter home and are hoping either Hilary can open up some space for entertaining or David can find them the perfect new home.

New parents and ambitious entrepreneurs hope Hilary can help them find more space for their at-home business ventures -- otherwise David will be tasked with finding them the perfect new home. A couple's first home came with a lot of issues needing renovation.

He loves that their home is on a mature tree-lined street in a walkable neighborhood, but she's expecting their second child and wants a more functionality. A family of six needs a clutter intervention and a functional kitchen and master closet. Can Hilary create an open, family-friendly space, or will real estate agent David find them a new home with everything they need?

Overwhelmed by renovation projects, a couple with a fixer-upper hopes either David can find them a new house with a gourmet kitchen or Hilary can help make their existing home work for them. A couple is ready to expand their family but aren't sure their current home is big enough for another child.

David steps in to find them a new house with more space while Hilary attempts to reinvent the home's spaces. After outgrowing their hastily bought home, a family hopes either David can find them a home with more space or Hilary can help them love their home again.

A couple shares an eclectic home that reflects one of them more than the other. One is ready for David to find their dream home with a pool, but the other sees potential at home and hopes Hilary can bring their dream to life.

The addition of two adopted sons has made a couple's ranch house too small and chaotic. Hilary has big plans to make it more functional, but David is ready to tempt the family with a new house that has enough space for everyone. A couple's three sons are testing the limits of their cozy, s home.

Hilary has a plan to add square footage to increase function and flow, but David is eager to show them houses that will convince them to move. Empty nesters debate between making over their closed-off quarters where they raised their children and finding a newer space with plenty of room for entertaining.

A woman hopes David can help her family of four find a home that fits everyone's needs while her husband thinks Hilary can reinvent their crowded space and make them fall in love with the house again. After quickly outgrowing their hurriedly purchased home, a family of five debates between expanding their cramped abode on a busy street or moving into a more spacious house.

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