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House Hunters takes viewers behind the scenes as individuals, couples and families learn what to look for and decide whether or not a home is meant for them. Focusing on the emotional experience of finding and purchasing a new home, each episode shows the process as buyers search for a home.
A move to Atlanta to be closer to family is highlighted by a disagreement over whether to find a Craftsman-style home with an updated kitchen or a mid-century modern abode with an open-floor plan.
Gadgets and the color aqua are favorites of a Baltimore couple who are looking for a larger home in a nice neighborhood for their family of six.
Recent empty nesters from Tennessee look for a vacation home in Destin, Fla., where they search for a place with safe beach access and plenty of bedrooms for visiting family, including their three daughters who are accompanying them on their search.
The search for a vintage home in Portland, Ore.
A family with a budget of $1 million still find themselves having to make compromises when choosing a waterfront property on a Texas island.
A engaged couple in their twenties search for their first home in Indianapolis. Among the challenges they find is balancing his budget-conscious ways with her wish list of hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops.
A Tampa judge prepares to start a new chapter in her life following a divorce as she moves from a suburban dream home to what she hopes will be a modern place in the city's revitalized downtown.
Polish immigrants living in suburban Chicago with their toddler feel like they have outgrown their current home, but are at odds about whether to invest in a fixer-upper or a move-in-ready Colonial.
A newcomer to Austin searches for her first home with help from her boyfriend who's an architect. One her wish list is ample living space, historic details and proximity to downtown.
A preservation advocate in Buffalo searches for her first home, hoping to find a 1920s bungalow with much of its original architecture intact and priced less than $100,000.
A second-time buyer in Orlando looks to get back into the market with a budget of $210,000. She wants a ranch-style house that's move-in ready, and she's adamant about finding an updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. But her desire to get all the bling she wants without spending the money might be trickier than she thinks.
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