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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 dream of becoming a singer brings a Kansas couple to Nashville, where they have trouble deciding if they should live close to the heart of the city or near nature and away from neighbors.
Twin sisters, one of whom is a real-estate agent, search for a home close to the water in Galveston, Texas.
A young couple searching for a home along the coast of Maine disagree about whether they need acreage for trapshooting.
A Columbus, Ohio, couple want very different things when searching for their first home.
Engaged twentysomethings in Connecticut search for their first home, but disagree about style.
A classically trained musician and his new wife want a larger home for the family they are planning to start. Plus, it should be able to fit his grand piano.
An engineer searches for his first home in Indianapolis. While he thinks that a modest bungalow with room to entertain friends and family would be perfect, his girlfriend has other ideas.
A Colorado native looks for a charming home in suburban Denver with enough room for her dog and five bicycles. Helping her in her search is her best friend, who's going to rent a room in the new house, and so she has her own must-have list to consider.
A Navy officer and his wife who are being reassigned to Virgina Beach look for a large four-bedroom house as they debate the pros and cons of choosing an old home in the right location vs. a brand-new build.
Newlyweds plan for a family as they search for a really big house in their native Loudoun County, Va. On their must-have list: plenty of room for both indoor and outdoor games; a fancy kitchen; and an open layout for entertaining.
Homes with authentic French style are preferred by a couple looking for a cheaper alternative to Silicon Valley in the coastal city of Half Moon Bay, Cal.
A family relocate to Dallas for a job. Their house hunt proves troublesome since they don't agree on style, plus he wants a lot of privacy and she's looking for a home with plenty of windows.
Two Chicago guys who are attracted to very different types of homes debate the pros and cons of a turn-of-the-century brownstone with wood floors and a fireplace.
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