Updated: 05/11/2017 07:46 AM | First Published: 02/19/2017 06:15 PM

Wondering where else you’ve seen Love It or List It’s David Visentin? Check out his other shows

Realtor David Visentin enjoying countryside scenery

David Visentin’s show, Love It or List It, has over 12 million viewers and has been airing on HGTV since 2008. The Canadian reality home design show has made Visentin much familiar on television and he is unarguably best known for the show. However, the television host has appeared in a few other television shows. 

David Visentin has guest starred in many TV shows

David worked as a real estate agent before joining Love It or List It in 2008. After his popularity increased with time, he made his first guest appearance in Kortney & Dave: By Request in 2011.

He was invited to the Canadian talk show The Marilyn Denis Show in 2012. He appeared as a celebrity judge on another property related HGTV show, Brother vs. Brother in 2013. Fox New Channel featured him as a guest in 2014 and the same year, he guest-starred in Makeover Manor.

In 2015, he returned to Brother vs. Brother as a celebrity judge. That year he also appeared in Canadian comedy show This Hour Has 22 Minutes.

David Visentin has appeared in 154 episodes of Love It or List It

Love It or List It began airing on HGTV and W Network on September 8, 2008. Visentin has appeared in all episodes of the show and is joined by his co-host, Hillary Farr. David helps clients to find new, affordable homes while Hilary, a prolific interior designer, helps renovate the existing house. 

'Love It or Like' It co-hosts David Viscentin and Hilary Farr posing like an intimates

The co-hosts then compete over the clients wanting to renovate and stay in their existing home or listing and moving out to a new home. Out of the 154 episodes, Visentin has won 64 of them while Farr has won 90 episodes. 

Visentin has earned a net worth of $3 million from Love It or List It and his guest appearances on various television shows. In addition, he is a contributor to the Canadian Press, his subject of expertise being real-estate, of course!