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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 couple looks to settle in Tampa, Fla., after owning several homes in different cities; he wants a big Mediterranean-style house, but she looks to downsize into a charming bungalow.
San Diego newlyweds and first time home buyers want to move as close to the beach as possible; she wants small and dark bedrooms that accommodate her night shift schedule and he's hoping to have a garage where he can work on vintage cars.
A couple looks for a home with some mid-century glam in Chico, Calif.; one wants a fixer-upper he can put his stamp on, but the other focuses on finding a home that comes with a pool.
A young couple hunts for a starter home in the suburbs of Kansas City; he wants a Cape Cod fixer-upper, while she would prefer a new Craftsman-style home.
New Jersey newlyweds who are sick of apartment living decide to move, but she wants an open floor plan and plenty of closet space, while he wants clearly defined rooms and a basement workout space.
Tampa buyers disagree on whether they should purchase a Craftsman or a Spanish-style home, as well as how much they should spend.
Young Philadelphia buyers find it challenging to compromise on a home that suits both of their needs; she wants a single story contemporary home that's move-in ready, but he wants a traditional Cape Cod and doesn't mind if it needs a little work.
A Chicago couple search for a home big enough for their growing family; she wants a Victorian with plenty of character, while he prefers a traditional Midwestern-style home with clean lines.
A young woman hopes to find an easy-to-maintain row home with renovation potential in Washington.
A young couple hunts for their first place in Chicago, but can't agree on what type of home to buy; she wants a condo in the city, while he would rather be in the suburbs in a single-family home.
A couple relocates from the Florida Keys to the New Orleans area and searches for their first home.
A young couple searches for a vacation cabin in the small mountain resort town of Shaver Lake, Calif.; she wants a cozy, family-friendly cottage, but he has his sights set on a large lodge with great rental potential.
Recently engaged house hunters struggle to find their perfect first home together, because while they know exactly what they want, they can't find anything in their budget that lives up to their dreams of perfection.
A single mom with a penchant for renovation wants to change every house she sees in Phoenix, and her practical niece tags along to make sure her aunt doesn't go overboard.
A family of four decides to move back to the Boise, Idaho, area after some time away, but they don't agree on whether the conveniences of the city or the call of wild would be better.
After spending some time away, a Tennessee couple is excited to move back home near family and friends, hoping to find a large two story home with a large private yard away from the neighbors.
Newly engaged bar owners hunt for an out-of-the-ordinary house in Seattle, like a commercial or loft space.
An Atlanta couple excited to buy their first home have different ideas; she wants to hold onto her cool girl status by getting an industrial loft, while he wants a single family house with plenty of space for their daughter and puppy.
A Rochester, N.Y., couple can't decide between a starter home and a forever home for their growing family; he wants a large forever home that the kids can grow up in, but she feels anxious about committing to anything more than a small starter home.
Empty nesters in California get ready to trade the Sacramento suburbs for a home on the water in Discovery Bay; he wants an affordable place with a gourmet kitchen, but she focuses on gorgeous water views and no brass features.
A couple look for a vacation home in Destin, Fla., but they have different ideas on what kind of house to buy, as he wants a single-family home with a large backyard, but she wants to be right on the water with the beach at their doorstep.
Buyers in Albany, N.Y. want a home with lots of character, but that's all they agree on; one wants a fixer-upper farmhouse with no close neighbors, while the other prefers a move-in ready Colonial.
Boston natives are moving to Las Vegas to start an online tourism business, and they want to find a house as soon as possible; he wants a small condo in the heart of the Strip, but she wants a single family home in a quiet suburban neighborhood.
Buyers in Brooklyn, N.Y. look for a home with more space in Westport, Conn.; one wants a modern place that's move-in ready, and has an open floor plan and a Japanese bathtub, while the other is hoping for a Cape Cod or Colonial with vintage charm.
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