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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.
Florida newlyweds with a $300,000 budget hope to get a waterfront view when buying a new home in trendy St. Augustine.
A single woman in Ashtabula, Ohio, seeks a move-in ready home, even though her boyfriend, who's a real-estate investor, is advising that a fixer-upper would be a wiser choice.
A move to Atlanta by a couple who are on opposite sides when it comes to downsizing.
A couple searches for a large single-family home with at least four bedrooms and space for a music studio.
A family of five relocate from Pittsburgh to Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., where they debate whether or not to buy a home with a pool. Another point of contention is house style.
A Michigan couple wants to spend the rest of their lives in Florida, and they both want a house with a large patio and pool.
A family is making their dream of living near the water come true on Merritt Island, Fla. But she prefers a fixer-upper, while he wants something move-in ready.
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.
A couple from New York City wants to move to Bethlehem, N.Y., so they can buy a home and open an Irish pub.
Empty nesters want to buy a lakefront home in Santa Claus, Ind., with a large yard and extra bedrooms.
A family moves to a home near Bethlehem, Pa., and while one wants a move-in ready home, another is hoping for room to customize.
A move to LaCrosse, Wis., by a couple hoping to find a three-bedroom, two-bath house for less than $300,000. Up for debate is whether or not to buy a completely updated, modern abode or tackle an older home with character and in need of renovation.
A family wants to find a house in Holly, Mich., that has enough space for the children, but they must choose more land or a home on the water.
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