First Time Homeowner Website Launched!

By: Danny Lipford

First time homeowner, Chelsea Lipford, in front of her new house.

First time homeowner, Chelsea Lipford, at her new house.


As a companion to our six-part, First Time Homeowner TV series—which begins airing on Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford starting February 13, 2012—our First Time Homeowner website contains useful articles, videos, show info, and a wealth of other resources to help you with the often confusing process of buying, repairing, and moving into a new home.

Danny Lipford with daughter Chelsea at First Time Homeowner house.

Danny Lipford with daughter Chelsea at her First Time Homeowner house.

Follow first time homeowner Chelsea Lipford—the daughter of Today’s Homeowner host Danny Lipford—through her personal blog and photo galleries as she searches for, purchases, and remodels her own home for the first time.

The series starts with Chelsea going through the home buying process and moving into her new home, followed by an exterior facelift with new siding and trim.

Next, we’ll tackle remodeling the dated kitchen and bathroom in the house. The series then concludes with landscaping the yard.

Along the way our First Time Homeowner series and website will provide tips and techniques to help you improve your home, whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned do-it-yourselfer!

Our First Time Homeowner website will include: articles, blog entries, home improvement videos, pictures, Homefront radio clips, a resource guide to the materials and products used, details about the TV series, and more.

Chelsea's First Time Homeowner house before renovation.

Chelsea's First Time Homeowner house before renovation.


We’ll be adding new content throughout the First Time Homeowner project, so be sure to check out First Time Homeowner site often at todayshomeowner.com/fth.

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