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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.
With two young children, a couple wants to upgrade from their starter home, but he's a former minor league baseball player who wants a log cabin with yard space for a batting cage and pitching mound, and she wants something more traditional.
New parents look for a home, but while he wants room for his drums, she looks for a space that will accommodate in-laws visiting their baby granddaughter.
A couple and their two small kids move to Philadelphia, and she wants one level with a bonus room for her photography business, while he would prefer a two-story with a big yard.
A single lawyer trades up from a townhouse to a single-family home in Dallas, preferably one with lots of square footage, a pool, a bar and a game room.
A couple hunts for a home in Georgia before their upcoming wedding, but he wants a split-level ranch with opportunity for projects, while she wants a move-in-ready Craftsman.
An engaged couple with a celebrity cat wants their first home, but she wants a hip downtown loft-style condo while he wants the coziness of a single-family home.
Retiring buyers want a modern house with major ``wow'' factor that includes a pool and a large, open floor plan with tall windows looking out at the views.
A first-time home buyer looks for the perfect party pad, but may have to give up some of his desired size and upgrades.
Newlyweds in Columbus, Ohio, disagree about their new home, as she wants contemporary and move-in-ready with a formal dining room, but he prefers a vintage house and considers dining rooms a waste of space.
After 10 years in the Las Vegas suburbs, a family with four kids decides they want a more rural setting that includes a half-acre property where they can have horses, chickens and a large garden.
Jamie and Evan are relocating from San Diego and want a large home in the suburbs in a neighborhood with a community pool, but she has dreams of a two-story Craftsman while he prefers a ranch-style home because of his bad knees.
Newlywed doctors look for a million dollar home, but while he hopes for a home with big columns and a grand exterior, she wants a house with a cozy Cape Cod feel.
Michael and Bryan are first-time home buyers that disagree on style and location, and must weigh the pros and cons of living downtown versus the surrounding area, as well as the benefits of a vintage versus a modern home.
A couple trades in their townhouse for a new home and can't seem to agree on style or location; he hopes to find a Colonial home near downtown, while she looks for a contemporary-style place in the surrounding area.
A single girl searches for a single-family home with a yard and no shared walls, but her friend thinks she'll be better off in a low-maintenance townhouse.
Married actuaries look for a low-risk home with water views, but she wants a quaint cottage with beach-side living, and he hopes for a Spanish-style home with a media room.
A child psychiatrist and his wife are looking to buy a home and bring along a quirky wish list that includes having no carpet in the house, a screened-in porch for their cat and no staircase near the front entryway.
Partners are on the search for their first home home together, and while one is looking for a contemporary yet impressive home, the other is more interested in a traditional American home like the ones he saw on TV while growing up in Brazil.
A couple in Tulsa look for their first home, but they can't agree on anything, including style, granite and amount of work to be done.
High school sweethearts look to buy their first home, and while looking for the perfect place to settle down, they also hope to find a home with enough space to run their coffee distributorship.
A buyer who loves Los Angeles looks for a vintage charmer in one of the city's historic neighborhoods.
A family of four wants to lay down roots in the tranquil town of Saratoga Springs in upstate New York; she wants a Colonial or Cape Cod-style home nestled in a neighborhood, but he wants a farmhouse with lots of land and access to a lake.
A 24-year-old is excited to move out of his parents' house and into his first place in San Diego, but he gets more than he bargained for when his mom comes along to give a second opinion.
Newlyweds hunt for their first home, but they have different ideas of what to look for, as she eyes a mid-century modern design and he dreams of a classic Tudor with plenty of peaked angles.
A Boston couple clashes over style, as she wants a grand Cape Cod with an open layout, luxury kitchen and pool, and he wants a quaint Colonial packed with historic charm.
Newlyweds disagree over their first home in Simi Valley, and will have to decide between buying a turn-key or a fixer-upper to get the high-end details and space they want.
A couple hunt for a new home in Grand Prairie, Texas, where she looks for a stately two-story home that tells the world they've arrived, but he looks for a comfortable one-story home with lots of land.
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