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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 young couple seek a fixer-upper in Tulsa with a large yard.
A couple seeks their first home in St. Louis.
A real estate agent helps his friends find a home; however, the couple has differences in opinion and he may need to act as a referee between his friends.
New parents seek home for their family in the suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri.
A couple seek their first home in Daytona, Fla.; he's willing to spend for a new house; she doesn't mind a fixer-upper which needs some love.
A couple debate Craftsman versus ranch while buying their first house in Portland, Ore.; one thing they do agree on is finding a big backyard suitable for urban farming and their chicken coop.
A young family of four looks for new home with plenty of acreage and room to play in the White Bear Lake area of Minnesota; she wants a new Craftsman-style home; her husband wants a rustic farmhouse.
A couple seek a permanent home in Chico, Calif.; he wants a two-story house with a pool; she throws a veto in his direction.
A Chicago couple want to find their first home; she wants a loft with exposed beams, brick and ducts; he wants a single-family home with a backyard.
A historic architecture preservationist looks for a charming row house in Philadelphia and brings her mom along for the hunt; she wants an older home in the city with lots of historical details and minimal renovation needs.
A West Virginia couple have opposing tastes in houses; he wants a turn-of-the-century charmer in the city; she wants something more bucolic.
A woman seeks a home in Louisville, Ky.; her son joins the effort to find her a home with a front porch.
Ready to buy their first home, a Salt Lake City couple try to get on the same page; he wants the ease and lack of maintenance that a townhouse provides; she wants the cozy charm of a single-family home.
A young couple look for a home in Gainesville, Fla.; she wants a plantation-style home; he's only focused on having a sizable backyard for his archery.
A music teacher seeks his first home in South Amboy, N.J.; he looks for a house with personality, however, he invites his girlfriend to come live with him, which may influence his choice.
A couple goes on the hunt for a house in Charlotte, N.C.; she wants something with local vintage character; he prefers modern.
A couple seek a home in Columbus, Ohio; he wants a defined driveway; she wants a big basement to teach dance classes.
A couple seek a new home with more space in Atlanta; he seeks a single-family home in a rural area; she wants a town home near downtown.
An Indiana couple's dream of owning a home in Key West, Fla., is mired by their choices in houses; he wants something historic; she wants a contemporary design.
A couple disagree over a home they are searching for; he wants a Spanish-inspired house; she seeks a house with a funky vibe.
A young woman looks to buy her first home in Boston's North Shore area; she wants something chic and sexy with a major wow factor.
A recently married couple from Columbus, Ind., search for a first home large enough for them to start a family; he wants a traditional, move-in-ready home; she wants a Craftsman-style home full of Southern charm.
Tim and Reuben look for a part-time home in Manhattan; in this ultra-pricey market a $1.5 million budget means compromising on style, size and outdoor space.
A young couple want to move from their current home and find a place to expand their hobby farm; she wants a Colonial-style home, but he wants a farmhouse with a barn.
Weightlifters look to buy a home in Eugene, Ore.; they need a sizable place, but experience a wrestling match of wills -- one wants a vintage house, the other wants a new build.
An engaged couple debates whether to buy an industrial loft or a vintage condo in Chicago; he needs a big kitchen for his gadgets; she needs a deck big enough to hang her hammock.
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