Two hosts of ‘unsellable houses’ share baby news

Hosts of unsaleable houses


HGTV’s “Unsellable Houses” hosts and sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis

baby boom! Twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, hosts of HGTV hit show “Unsellable Houses,” just shared the news that their Lamb & Co. family is growing by leaps and bounds.

In the relatively small team supporting the dynamic duo, the number of new and expectant parents is impressive. The sisters just revealed them all on Instagram – and also shared exciting news about a baby they are giving birth to.

The Unsellable Houses co-hosts celebrate the company’s baby boom

Lamb and Davis have become HGTV fan favorites since the May 2019 debut of “Unsellable Houses,” in which the sisters help families in the Pacific Northwest renovate and eventually sell the homes they’ve struggled to sell themselves.

In addition to being excellent TV stars, the couple also runs Lamb & Co in Snohomish, Washington, which offers real estate and design services and a home decor store. Their website features biographies for a team of 24, and according to their August 19, 2022 Instagram post, they have seven newborns or babies on the road at one time.

The company’s post includes photos of newborns and parents-to-be, along with a list of everyone welcoming their little ones into the world. Babies expecting babies include transaction coordinator Brandon, who is about to become a father for the second time, and store clerk Carley, who can be seen in the main photo of the post where Lamb and Davis place onesie versions their #twinwin t-shirts over her baby bump.

New babies on the block include Eliya, who was born in June to graphic designer Ariel; Baby Delta Mae, who arrived at Marketing Director Hannah in July; year-old August, whose father is Chief Operations Manager Craig; and little William, who is renovation project manager Owen’s first child.

Sisters reveal they’re also expecting: A new season of the hit show

On August 19th, the Lamb & Company Instagram account smuggled and posted some additional news to its Instagram Stories a video of the twins Driving a convertible with the top down. They added the words “Cruzing into Season 4” above the video, confirming to fans that a fourth season of Unsellable Houses is in the works.

Given the show’s success, the news probably doesn’t come as a huge surprise to industry insiders. In April 2022, HGTV reported that the third-season premiere show was the highest-rated season premiere in the series’ history, with over 3.6 million viewers.

On August 9th when the sisters showed up New Day Northwest by King 5 In Seattle, Davis revealed that her twin finds ways to keep her busy even when they’re on a break from filming, including recently launching their design company.

“First of all, it’s 100% her fault,” Davis joked while Lamb smiled sheepishly. “Because I’m content with where we are right now and it’s like we stop filming and she can’t just sit still so she has to fill those two months with something. And so we just start new businesses all the time.”

Lamb said they only worked with local businesses to provide clients with designs and materials to update their homes, taking out the guesswork and frustration that is part of so many home renovations.

“Anything from a color option to a complete base design,” Lamb explained.

The duo shared current design trends they work with, but also offered advice for those on a budget looking to make tangible improvements.

Davis said “color goes a long way” and also suggested swapping out fixtures, including lights, to “change the look of a room.”

HGTV has not yet announced when Season 4 of Unsellable Houses will air. Two hosts of ‘unsellable houses’ share baby news

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