Lyndsay Lamb Teases Unsellable Houses Season 3

Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis


Twins Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis star in HGTV’s Unsellable Houses.

Twins Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb return for another season of their HGTV series Unsellable Houses, which premieres on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at 9 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time.

The series debuted in May 2019. It follows the real estate consultants who “have a knack for helping desperate homeowners sell their lifeless homes.” according to the description of the show. “After visiting similar homes nearby, the sisters carry out the necessary, impactful renovations that will turn these unlovable homes into diamonds in the rough.”

With 32 million viewers tuning in to Season 2 of Unsellable Houses HGTV announced its September 2021 renewal. This season consists of 13 one-hour episodes. The sibling duo spoke to Heavy about the upcoming third season.

“In my opinion, this is the best season when it comes to challenging our design skills,” teased Lamb. “I think one of the best things that ‘Rock the Block’ has done for us is that it really gave us the confidence to do a lot more hands-on work ourselves, which as you know is self construction and more challenging projects. “

She promised viewers to see more of the twins “doing projects and building little things, a lot more like, you know, the next step in DIY projects that homeowners can do to improve their own properties.”

Lamm promised a “heartfelt” season

Lamb promised a “heartfelt” season. The season premiere will feature “a little mini family reunion,” and the second episode will be a glimpse of Lamb’s 20th anniversary with her husband, according to the twins.

HGTV revealed in the premiere description, “Lyndsay and Leslie will be helping their cousin Jake and his wife Brittney sell their seemingly unsaleable Snohomish County property that has left potential buyers disinterested. With lots of patched and unfinished rooms, they turn this DIY gone wrong into a market-ready home.”

Still, Lamb said viewers will see what they “have to put into their property to see justice.” She explained: “What can they do to improve their property to know they’re getting good equity or what do they think? So we talk a lot more about these kinds of tangible things.”

Leslie & Davis competed on Season 3 of “Rock the Block.”

Lamb and Davis last competed on Season 3 of “Rock the Block.”

The sibling duo were one of four teams renovating identical homes in Charleston, South Carolina. Each team had a budget of $225,000 to renovate a home originally valued at $500,000.

“It was so much fun,” Lamb told Heavy of the experience. She explained, “We haven’t met many HGTV stars. And that, I think, was probably one of the most exciting parts for us. And then the excitement about the overall competition.”

Davis added, “This is probably one of the toughest challenges we’ve ever faced and we found that out pretty early on. Okay, so maybe that’s not something we like to do or want to do on a regular basis. It was very difficult on a whole different level.”

In the end, Married to Real Estate stars Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson won, with their home valued at $931,000. Other contenders for the season included Dave and Jenny Marrs from Fixer to Fabulous, and Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas from Bargain Block.

Davis and Lamb will also star in the upcoming Home Town spinoff, Home Town Kickstart. The new series starts on April 24, 2022.

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