Next Episode of House Hunters is
Season 2022 / Episode 124 and airs on 10 August 2022 02:00
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.
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.
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.
Newly engaged bar owners hunt for an out-of-the-ordinary house in Seattle, like a commercial or loft space.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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