Where Is HGTV's 'Unsellable Houses' Filmed? Here's What We Know

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May. 18 2022, Updated 6:52 p.m. ET

HGTV's Unsellable Houses introduced viewers to Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, the dream team transforming the Pacific Northwest real estate landscape one house at a time.

Apparently, the twin sisters landed their own HGTV show after a producer stumbled upon one of their goofy car karaoke videos posted on the YouTube page of their real estate company, Lamb & Co. And with two seasons in and a third currently airing, it's safe to say that viewers love the series.

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All of the houses featured on the show appear to take place around the same location, but what is that location? Here's what we know about where Unsellable Houses is filmed.

The cast and crew of 'Unsellable Houses' in the Pacific Northwest
Source: Instagram/@thelyndsaylamb

The cast and crew of 'Unsellable Houses' in the Pacific Northwest

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All three seasons of 'Unsellable Houses' were filmed in Washington state's Snohomish County.

All three seasons of Unsellable Houses have charted Lyndsay and Leslie's adventures in reviving properties across Washington state's western Snohomish County. Season 1 filming locations included Lyndsay and Leslie's hometown of Everett, along with Marysville, Bothell, Lake Stevens, Snohomish, and Lynnwood. Seasons 2 and 3 have also included stops in idyllic cities like Edmonds, Mill Creek, and Monroe.

"Unsellable houses are everywhere," Lyndsay explained in an interview with The Everett Herald. "There are sellers who are missing the mark on what they need to do."

As Lyndsay suggested, not every seller has an easy time working out what makes their property valuable and more attractive, which is where she and her twin sister (and best friend!) Leslie come in.

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Season 3 of 'Unsellable Houses' shows Lyndsay and Leslie helping out a family member and old friends.

Season 3 of Unsellable Houses follows in the footsteps of the previous seasons, but allows the sisters to share more information about their background and family life. Their spouses, kids, mom, and employees have all gotten more airtime, giving viewers the chance to learn more about how Lyndsay and Leslie not only work but manage the other areas of their lives as well.

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In fact, Season 3, Episode 1 showed the sisters helping out their cousin Jake and his wife, Brittney, who were struggling to sell their property in Monroe. Thankfully, Lyndsay and Leslie were able to work their magic and transform the unsellable home into a hot commodity on the market.

Not to mention, viewers got to see the family members tease one another about their tiling skills in the episode.

"It's actually a lot harder than you're making it look," Lyndsay teases Jake.

"I disagree," Leslie says to Lyndsay. " It's actually very easy. You don't know. You don't tile. As a tiler, as a tile expert, I have tiled before.

"Let's see you put a piece up then, Leslie," Lyndsay says.

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Aside from the sisters showcasing their skills for Jake, the dynamic duo has been doing exceptional work throughout Season 3. The pair has helped a military family transform their cottage rental to a stunning masterpiece and a couple elevate their 1970s home into a beautiful modern residence with a luxurious touch.

Catch new episodes of Unsellable Houses every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV.

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