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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.
Two New York City natives and their children are packing up and heading down to Washington, D.C., for a new job. Both musicians, they'd like a home in the hip suburb of Takoma Park, Md., with plenty of room for a rehearsal and recording space.
An international pilot and his retired flight attendant wife are looking to buy a vacation home in Palm Springs. But he's looking for a traditional Spanish-style abode, while she wants mid-century modern.
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 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 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.
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.
A woman looks her first home in Orlando and her mother attempts to convince her to purchase a single family home.
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 young family look to upgrade their forever home to something bigger, more contemporary and open in Sacramento. Also: A staircase like the one in the movie "Scarface" would make dad happy.
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