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Twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis are taking on some of Washington State’s toughest real estate listings on HGTV’s new reality show Unsellable Houses.
The show evolved out of the twins’ real estate business in Snohomish, Washington. Lamb Real Estate has been active in the business for more than 10 years and has been listed as one of the state’s top-producing teams for more than 5 years. In 2017, High Noon Entertainment approached the sisters with the concept for a home design reality show that helps frustrated homeowners sell their stubborn listings. After seeing the pilot episode, HGTV ordered a complete first season. Unsellable Houses premiered in January 2020. Follow the Snohomish-based HGTV stars and catch new episodes on Tuesdays at 9:00p ET/PT.
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Celebrity Page Interview with Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis.
KING-SEA Evening (NBC) – Seattle, WA Interview with Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis discussing the new season of Unsellable Houses and their growing businesses in Snohomish county.
WPIX PIX11 Morning News (CW) – New York, NY Live, remote interview with Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis chatting about Unsellable Houses and providing tips on how to help sell a home.
KCPQ Q13 News This Morning 9am (FOX) – Seattle, WA Live, remote interview with Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis.
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