Next Episode of House Hunters is
Season 127 / Episode 18 and airs on 30 May 2017 02:00
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 couple search, with some difficulty, for the right house in Raleigh.
A young, soon-to-be married couple search for their first home in Phoenix, hoping to find a place that doesn't have the Spanish or Southwester features common in the city. Also: They disagree about whether a pool and lush backyard are must-have features.
A Baltimore real-estate agent and his very picky wife look to upgrade from a one-bedroom apartment to preferably a move-in ready, single-family home, which she wants to have an updated kitchen with an island, a big backyard, a bathroom on the main floor and an open-floor plan with a master suite.
Young parents with two small children need a larger home for their family in Destin, Fla. Up for debate is whether to get a pool, which would require a lot of maintenance and swimming lessons for the kids.
A single gal with a newfound passion for rehabbing homes looks for a full-gut project in Chicago.
Compromise doesn't come easy for a couple who are searching for a home in the hot Nashville real-estate market.
A newlywed couple have a difference of opinion when it comes to choosing a classic New Orleans home.
First-time buyers end up in an old vs. new debate when they search for a home in Minneapolis.
Parents with a toddler have different ideas about their forever home in the suburbs after selling their Philadelphia row house.
A pastor and his wife want a new home with lots of space and a big backyard for their six children. Hardwood floors are also on their wish list.
A newly engaged couple search for the perfect house in Arlington, Texas, to start their lives together. He wants a place with lots of character, even if it needs a little work; and she's holding out for her dream kitchen with new appliances and white cabinets.
Looking for a place of her own in Washington, D.C., a young professional searches for an apartment that has views of the water, plenty of space to entertain and an automatic dishwasher.
A family from upstate New York wants to find a larger house with a master suite so the parents do not have to share a bathroom with the children.
After outgrowing a townhouse, a couple wants to find a modern home with vintage charm in Frederick, Md.
A pastor and his wife want to find a larger home in Tennessee with a big backyard for their children.
A former pro football player and his family move from California to Oregon, but their conflicting styles make things difficult.
A surgeon and his family search for a house in the Kansas City area, where they can be close to family.
A doctor and his wife want to find a move-in ready house on acreage in Alabama, where their children can experience a country upbringing.
A newly-engaged couple wants to find the perfect house in Arlington, Texas, where they can start their lives together.
High school sweethearts want to find a home in the Manchester, N.H. area, but they debate turn-key vs. old fashioned fixer upper.
A second time buyer in Orlando, Fla., wants to find a turn-key home with an updated kitchen and granite countertops.
A single mother and her daughter search for their first place in Portland, Ore., but they have a low budget.
A Louisiana doctor and his wife want to find a home in LaFayette, La., that makes a statement, but stays true to their Cajun roots.
A young couple moves to Bend, Ore., to be closer to friends and family, and consider Craftsman-style homes and Victorians.
Texas transplants want to buy a home close to their families in the Phoenix suburbs, but a wish list strains relations with the realtor.
A married couple searches for a family home that has space for them, their two daughters, and in-laws in New Haven, Conn; She wants a home she can customize while he wants as little work as possible.
First time buyers want to find a home with downtown views in Denver, with room for a gym and a rustic look.
Renters in suburban Detroit want to find a larger house with more head space, but with vintage charm.
A couple wants to find a house in the Cleveland suburbs that is big enough for their plans for more children.
A family searches for a large, single-family home in Watkinsville, Ga., but they must choose between acreage and an established neighborhood.
After several moves, a couple wants to find a house in Tampa, Fla., that has a pool and four bedrooms.
Married musicians expect to have a fixer upper in Nashville, Tenn., but they must decide on how many projects they can handle.
A couple from Washington, D.C., is having a difficult time deciding what style of home to buy in St. Louis.
A family from Colorado searches for a move-in ready Cape Cod-style home in Norwalk, Conn., with a large backyard.
A young couple look for their first home in Baltimore.
A woman looks her first home in Orlando and her mother attempts to convince her to purchase a single family home.
A couple of childhood best friendslook for a bungalow near downtown Austin, that has a garage or workspace that is big enough to make furniture in.
A family that's recently moved back to California after a stint in Dallas wants to find a home near the beach in Orange County. But in this ultra pricey market, even their 6 figure budget will mean big compromises.
Boston newlyweds are ditching city living for the 'burbs. She's holding out for an antique home with lots of charm, particularly and old colonial. But he's partial to the Gambrel Cape style, popular in New England.
A flight attendant and a translator would love to buy a house in the Baltimore neighborhood of Greektown. But in city known for its narrow townhouses and rowhomes, finding a place that's big and wide enough to fit their supersized sofa won't be easy.
A globe-trotting couple want to make a new life in suburban Detroit on a limited budget.
A Chicago couple find it difficult deciding on whether to buy a vintage fixer-upper or a modern property.
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