‘Unsellable Houses’ is filmed in several parts of Washington – but where exactly? It is a reality TV show where Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb bring ordinary houses to life by renovating them so that their owners can sell them. The twin sisters earned their own show after a producer stumbled across one of their hilarious car karaoke videos. These videos were uploaded on the YouTube channel of their real estate company, Lamb &Co. Leslie and Lyndsay travel around the Pacific Northwest, giving the sellers their point of view on remodeling and assisting them in learning the ins and outs of a full-home-renovation. The sisters perform the essential, impactful improvements that turn these unlikeable apartments into diamonds in the rough.
Some of the lovely locations in the series may captivate viewers who wish to learn more about them. If you’re one of them, let’s learn a bit more about the beautiful locations!
Unsellable Houses’ Filming Location
The filming of the series takes place in Snohomish County, Washington. Everett, Marysville, Bothell, Lake Stevens, Snohomish, and Lynnwood were among the filming locations. The majority of the filming for season 1 of ‘Unsellable Houses’ takes place in Snohomish, Washington. The city of Snohomish was established in the nineteenth century and is located in Snohomish County.
In Season 2, Unsellable Houses brings us back to Washington. This time Mill Creek and Edmonds are the major areas covered. Bellingham, Washington, is one of the season’s filming locations. The city, which is located in Whatcom County, is a popular tourist destination due to its proximity to the North Cascades and the San Juan Islands.
What Happens in Season 2 Of Unsellable Houses?
In Unsellable Houses Season 2, the twins share more about their backgrounds, relationships, and daily experiences. The season offers more air-time to be given to their spouses, kids, and workers, allowing viewers to discover more about how Lyndsay and Leslie work.
Leslie mentioned she is happy they are getting to show more of their lives while talking about the show. She was looking forward to showing what they do and what goes behind the scenes. Lyndsay and Leslie established a portfolio full of intriguing projects.
The sisters are so confident in the properties they take on that they put their own money into the renovations. However, their efforts are typically well worth it. Each of the properties featured in Season 2 sold for between $400,000 and $700,000.
For Season 2 of Unsellable Houses, the twin sister duo used their rigorous creative vision and first-class design abilities to help update a Craftsman-style house, a ranch-style home, and many more. Lyndsay is generally acknowledged as an artistic mind, while Leslie possesses the strategic insight and organizational skills required to make major changes in quick order.
A Little Dig Into The Personal Lives Of Lyndsay and Leslie
For over 20 years, the creator of Lamb Real Estate, Lyndsay, has been married to Justin Lamb. Lyndsay and Justin grew up in Snohomish, Washington, and were high school sweethearts. Interestingly, Leslie, Lyndsay’s twin, also married her high school boyfriend. Justin and Jacob were roommates in college.
As far as their children go, Lyndsay and her twin have four sons, all of them being really close to each other.
One of their kids hit the headlines. The reason was his cancer journey. Miles Lamb is Lyndsay’s son, and he bears a striking resemblance to both her and her twin. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2013.
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It took Miles almost a year to recover from cancer and get back to school. During the hard times, Lyndsay was totally focused on her child and stopped everything else. She said she went into ‘survival mode’ and focused on her child’s health. She made sure she was a pillar to her son and his journey battling cancer.
When the twins are not working, they are seen giving their entire time and commitment to their family. They even have a dog together; it’s called Remo. The twins often refer to their kids and husbands as their ‘people’ and number one priority.
What Were The Twins Doing Before’ Unsellable Houses’?
Before launching ‘Lamb&Co.’ in 2009, Lyndsay held a profitable position as a marketing director. Her job carried her throughout the States. Lyndsay then applied her job and life experiences to her real estate and design businesses.
Leslie joined Lamb Real Estate while Miles was battling cancer. She quit her job and got her real estate license to aid her sister while Miles was being cared for. Their company sold more than 170 properties in Washington’s Snohomish and King counties in 2019. Besides their show and businesses, the twins also buy, fix and sell Volkswagen buses.