Next Episode of House Hunters is
Season 122 / Episode 21 and airs on 21 January 2017 03:00
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.
While trying to buy their first home in Columbia, S.C., a couple agrees they need a large kitchen, but cannot agree on anything else.
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.
A couple is excited to buy a home in Rochester, New York, but they cannot agree on city versus suburbs.
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.
Chicago empty nesters who've vacationed in the Tampa area for 25 years decide to make a permanent move there. But with a lengthy wish list that includes a pool, white kitchen, and no living room, it isn't an easy hunt.
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 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 young family of five searches for a large home in upscale Orange County, Calif., with either Spanish or Seattle style.
Cleveland doctors need to find a new house before the arrival of their new baby, but they cannot agree on the style.
A couple searches for a large single-family home with at least four bedrooms and space for a music studio.
An Air Force vet is retiring with his family in Aurora, Colo., and he wants to live on a golf course.
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 a new home with lots of space and a big backyard for their six children. Hardwood floors are also on their wish list.
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 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.
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.
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 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.
A 30-year-old single mom and her 10-year-old daughter search for their first place in Portland, Ore. But with a low budget in Portland's hot, hipster market, the dream of buying a bungalow may be out of reach, so they consider a newer home or even a townhouse.
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.
First time buyers want to find a home with downtown views in Denver, with room for a gym and a rustic look.
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.
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 single woman in Roseville, Cal., decides to buy herself a new home as a graduation present. She has her mind set on a contemporary, move-in ready place with all the latest upgrades, but while staying under her max budget of $340,000.
A family from Colorado searches for a move-in ready Cape Cod-style home in Norwalk, Conn., with a large backyard.
A woman looks her first home in Orlando and her mother attempts to convince her to purchase a single family home.
A young couple search for a vintage 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.
New parents look for their first home together in Grand Rapids, S.D., but find that their conflicting styles and long wish list make for a difficult search.
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.
An Atlanta family searching for a home with more space have two different styles in mind.
Finding vintage charm in a trendy Brooklyn neighborhood comes at a price when a couple with a $1.8 million budget go on the hunt for an iconic New York brownstone.
A home with more storage is sought in Clemson, S.C., by a couple who are currently using a garage as a man's closet and dressing area. However, their modest budget may not get them the bigger house of their dreams.
A crafty couple look for a Colonial home without any ghosts, but plenty of charm in Westborough, Mass.
An engaged couple look for a home in serene Westchester County, N.Y., after having spent some time in Brooklyn. Complicating their search is the fact that they are split on whether to buy a center-hall Colonial or a modern house on a big piece of land with a pool.
A young family search for their first home in historic Sugar Land, Texas, but disagree over whether to find an older house with vintage charm or a move-in ready place with a large yard for workout classes.
A couple talk compromise as they consider a move from suburban San Fernando Valley to the urban core of Los Angeles.
New parents want to trade their Brooklyn loft for a larger home with a big backyard in the suburbs of New Jersey. One thing they can't agree on though is whether to purchase a house that's new or in need of fixing up.
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.
Young parents hunt for their first home in Long Beach, considering both move-in-ready options, as well as the worst house on the best block.
A newly engaged couple look for their first home outside Boston, but find themselves at odds over move-in ready vs. fixer-upper. They also can't agree on whether to go with a Colonial or Cape Cod.
Newlyweds are in search of a downtown Detroit lifestyle. Their wish list includes space for an enormous dining room table, plus a home that's unique with character and isn't nearby any water features.
A couple search for a waterfront summer home in Myrtle Beach, S.C., to share with their children and grandchildren. But finding a $1 million view for $850,000 proves to be a challenge.
A young filmmaker moving from L.A. to NYC has his heart set on buying a prewar apartment in the East Village. But it doesn't take him long to realize that his $600,000 won't cut it in this pricey market.
Newlyweds search for their first home in Cincinnati, but may have to be flexible when it comes to their ideal location due to their low budget and long wish list.
A young Seattle couple look at new and old homes in their beloved city.
New parents can't decide between a fixer-upper and a completely updated home Bloomington, Minn. Style is also a point of contention for the couple who are divided over Craftsman vs. Colonial.
A young couple search for their first property in Portland, Maine, armed with a lengthy wish list that includes a garage, backyard, open-floor plan and walk-in closets.
A family of 10 from Utah search for a Texas-size home in the Houston suburbs with a budget of $1.6 million, which, they worry, still might not get them the six bedrooms and bonus rooms they want.
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.
Newlyweds in Lancaster, Pa., dream of buying a spacious home for their extended family. Their wishes are put to the test as she pushes for a move-in-ready Colonial and he insists on getting the split-level home of his childhood, even if it needs work.
A 30-year-old professional seeks a home near downtown Denver, but her limited budget won't go far in the current seller's market.
A couple disagree over buying a house with a pool or being right on the water in Tampa. And since neither option comes cheap, they might be getting a fixer-upper to boot.
A couple decide it's time to trade in their hip downtown Chicago loft for a spacious single-family home within the city limits. However, what they can't agree on is whether to purchase something turnkey with an ultra-modern style, or a cozy Victorian that they can fix up and make their own.
A young couple looking for their first home in Atlanta have some differences to settle concerning preferred architectural styles.
A Brooklyn couple look for a weekend home in Greenwood Lake, which is an hour north of New York City. Among the challenges they face in their house hunt is coming to an agreement about whether to find a log cabin or a contemporary ranch.
A successful single mom searches for her ideal vacation property in Fort Lauderdale, complete with waterfront views.
A family of three moving from Australia to Hoboken, N.J., look for a home with character, plenty of elbow room and some hard-to-find outdoor space.
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 place with short-term rental income possibilities is sought in Chicago by a couple who have vastly different tastes.
A couple aren't on the same page when it comes to where to move with their four kids in Mt. Juliet, Tenn.
Four bedrooms and a big backyard are definites on the must-have list of a newlywed couple in Lake Worth, Fla., who have trouble agreeing on everything else about their new house.
Partners can't agree on where to buy a loft in Detroit, with one pushing to be part of the city's rebirth, while the other lobbies for a home in an established neighborhood.
A French teacher want to find a house with Cape Cod character in the suburbs of Kansas City, but that also has modern upgrades.
An engaged couple wants to leave Brooklyn for the serenity of Westchester County, New York, and they must choose between Colonial and modern.
A real estate agent in Austin is searching for her first house; she wants a three bedroom home with a large yard but more than that, she's hoping for a fixer-upper.
A couple looks for a large house in Richmond, Va. for their expanding family; she wants a Victorian home in the city while he longs for a colonial in the suburbs.
A couple seeks a home in California's Napa Valley but disagree over price.
A first-time buyer hopes for a classic bungalow in Tampa, Fla. with enough space to grow 3,000 pounds of produce; her mother doesn't understand the passion.
A Cincinnati couple searches for a home that will fit their whole family, including their pet pig Penelope; the couple also wants a vintage home with rich history and original details.
An engaged couple wants to find a home in the Dallas area; while she wants a room for her shoe collection, he wants something he can make his own.
A young couple look for a home in Vancouver, Wash.; with a budget of $190,000, they have to settle for homes with a few quirks.
New parents with twins are looking for a larger home in the suburbs of Kansas City; she wants a brick Colonial, while he's looking for something more modern.
An Atlanta couple look for their first home after two years of marriage; she wants a Craftsman with a front porch, while he has his eye on a one-story ranch.
A couple search for their first home in Phoenix; he wants a newly built home, while she's looking for something out of a magazine.
A couple from Iowa want a vintage home in Des Moines before their second child is born; he wants a Cape Cod, but she wants a Colonial and insists on staying in her childhood neighborhood.
A Pennsylvania couple are ready to find a home of their own; he wants a basement, but she finds them creepy; she's hoping for a spare room for her hobbies.
A young couple decides to trade the bustling city life of San Francisco for a calmer one in the suburbs of the East Bay. One of the buyers is a geologist, so finding a home on level ground might be trickier than they think.
A couple want to move to Brevard, N.C.; he wants a lodge-style home, while she's looking for a Craftsman; he needs a large space for his home-brew equipment, while she needs an office and a playroom for their son.
A couple want a vintage home in New Orleans; she wants a traditional shotgun style home that's move-in ready, while he prefers a two-story Victorian.
After several corporate moves, a couple are looking for a home in Louisville, Ky.; with only one child in the house, she's ready to downsize, but he still wants a big yard.
A professional boxer and a musician are setting down roots in Nashville. She wants a ranch with hardwood floors throughout, and a big backyard. But he's not into ranch style homes, loves carpetted bedrooms, and thinks they travel too much to maintain a big yard.
A young couple wants to move from their parents' homes into their first house together in Colorado, but quickly find out their priorities are not the same. He needs space for his extensive wardrobe, while she's not willing to buy a place with a north-facing driveway.
A single mom seeks her dream lakefront house for herself and her daughter in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. But while she's eager to take on a major fixer-upper, her best friend along on the hunt thinks this busy mom should consider move-in ready.
A couple jumps into the Plano, Texas, real estate market while they can still afford to buy. Several major companies are opening facilities there, which should drive housing prices through the roof. Can these soon-to-be newlyweds agree on a house before the market outpaces them?
A professional couple looks for large custom home with high-end upgrades in suburban Indianapolis. He wants a half acre with a finished basement, while she wants a move-in ready home that's within two miles of the school where she teaches.
Sporty college sweethearts are ready to buy their first home in Tampa, Florida. She's looking for an exterior that feels like Florida and a white kitchen. He wants a modern, concrete-block house that can stand up to hurricanes.
A married couple with kids and a specific set of wishes searches for a large family home in Dallas. While he wants something move-in ready, she's more fixated on the details on the inside of the house, like the flooring.
An attorney seeks a home for herself and her cat, Sir Galahad.
Newlyweds in the market for their first house.
A Chicago couple seeks a home, but they can't agree where.
A family moves from Buffalo, N.Y., to Greenville, S.C.
A buyer enters the market for a house in Phoenix.
First-time buyers want a home with a ``nerd room'' and a coffee bar.
A couple bicker over their picks for houses.
A couple looks to buy a house in Birmingham, Ala.
A couple search for a home in Kansas City with a low budget.
A couple moves from Minnesota to San Diego.
A veterinarian goes looking for her first house.
A young couple seeks a house for their growing family.
Newlyweds cannot agree on a home in Nashville, Tenn.
A family relocates to Charlotte, N.C., from Southern California.
A first-time buyer seeks a bachelorette pad.
A growing family needs a new home with a yard.
A family seeks to settle in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
A couple with two toddlers moves across Michigan in search of a family home with character. They're ready to trade city life for a small town charm, and she has her heart set on a grand staircase in the foyer for the boys to take prom photos on when they're older.
A young couple looks for a house in Davis, California.
A former military family seeks to settle down in Phoenix.
First-time buyers clash over their choice of styles for homes.
A Chicago couple is ready to buy a home in the Chicago area.
A couple seeks a vintage home to renovate.
A pair is seeks a home with a yard for their three chickens.
A woman is ready to settle down in Charleston, South Carolina.
A couple seeks a large family home.
A woman seeks a home near Los Angeles for her and her dog.
A single mom is looking for a colonial on a budget.
An Atlanta family seeks home in Connecticut.
First-time buyers spar over the budget.
A couple seeks a home with high ceilings in Minneapolis.
A couple searching for a home; one wants a contemporary style, while the other seeks Spanish inspired.
A couple seeks a house to accommodate their dogs
A first-time buyer seeks a house near Atlanta's hottest scenes.
A young couple searches for a vintage row house in Philadelphia.
A young couple prepares to buy their first property in Portland, Maine, but they have a lengthy wish list.
A couple from Baton Rouge wants to find a larger home to suit their family, while one likes simplicity, the other craves a "wow factor.''
A professional couple with a sizable budget pursue a new home in Chicago; he wants the suburbs; she wants to be in the heart of the city.
A couple quarrels over their picks for a house.
A couple relocates from Los Angeles to Ohio to find their dream home.
A single mom is looking for a home with space she can rent out for additional income.
A family of six is cramped and wants a bigger place in Corpus Christi, Texas; they need lots of bedrooms, a big yard and a playroom.
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