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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 fitness buffs from Tennessee relocate to Rochester, N.Y. and are hoping to find a home with an open kitchen, a big yard for their dog and enough space to pursue their taxidermy new hobby.
After getting transferred, a military family has just a few days to find a new home; she looks for a Craftsman-style house with charm and unique character, while he leans toward a contemporary design with clean lines.
A married couple with two kids relocates from busy New York City to slower-paced living in the suburbs of Pittsburgh.
Empty nesters search for a red brick Colonial house near Ft. Myers, Fla. without alligators in the area.
An engaged couple wants a starter home in San Jose, Calif.; he likes the practicality of ranches, but she prefers the charm and character of Victorians.
A young, engaged couple searches for a house in Plainfield, Ill.; she wants a ranch so their family can all be close together, but he prefers a more spacious two-story Colonial.
A couple prepares to upgrade from their small high-rise condo in downtown Chicago to a home with outdoor space and a dedicated workout room.
Nick and Anthony are on the hunt for a single-family home in the West Chester, Penn. area, but phobias could make finding their first home more difficult.
Houston natives and new parents want to put their stamp on a historic home; she wants a big project, but he wants to dial down the renovation and focus on their growing family.
A Maine couple relocates to the mountain resort town of Park City, Utah, looking for outdoor adventures, but he looks for a rustic lodge with great mountain views while she hopes to find a Craftsman house in a flat, safe neighborhood.
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