David Visentin

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David Visentin
Born David Visentin
(1965-06-28) June 28, 1965 (age 49)
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity Italian
Education BB.A
Alma mater University of Waterloo
Occupation Engineer
Real Estate Agent
Television host
Years active 2008-present
Notable credit(s) Love It or List It
Net worth Increase US$4.2 million (est.)
Spouse(s) Tia Visentin + (1 Child)

David Visentin is a Canadian realtor and is best known for his work as one of the hosts of Love It or List It along with his co-host Hilary Farr. The show is broadcast on the VIVA, both American and Canadian versions of the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, HGTV and W Networks. He is a native citizen of Canada.

Early life[edit]

Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, David grew up with intentions of going into the engineering fields until he became fascinated with the housing market, which led him to go into the field of real estate. He eventually was prompted into becoming an agent alongside his father Nick Visentin for Country Living Realty, based in Barrie, Ontario. Visentin is currently married and has one child, a son. He is one of the hosts of Love It or List It.

After graduating from West Humber Collegiate Institute in 1977, David attended the University of Waterloo and graduated with a bachelor degree in electrical engineering.[1]


David Visentin started his career in 1987 working as an agent for Country Living Realty in Barrie, Ontario, while working alongside his father Nick Visentin. David worked on the housing market while discovering new potential homes for numerous clients for over 16 years.[2]

Love It or List It[edit]

Visentin was signed on by Big Coats Productions as one of the hosts of W Network series, Love It or List It alongside his competitor Hilary Farr. Visentin and Farr are paid $300,000 per season.


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
2008–present Love It or List It Co-Host Realtor
2011 Courtney & Dave; By Request Himself Guest Appearance (1 episode)
2012 The Marilyn Denis Show Himself Guest Appearance (1 episode)


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