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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 red phone booth from London is a point of contention between a family of four who are looking for a large house in Bettendorf, Iowa. Also up for debate is whether to buy a vintage fixer-upper or a brand new abode.
A job forces a Texas couple to move to Nashville, where they search for a budget-friendly home with a pool to please their kids.
A couple who reluctantly moved away from Savannah to pursue a work opportunity return to the city they love in search of a pied-à-terre.
An experienced house flipper looks for a home with good bones that can be renovated for profit, but his girlfriend is more interested in finding a move-in ready place that can be theirs for a very long time.
A view of mountains is on the wish list of a couple looking for a home in Colorado Springs, where they also hope to find a Craftsman-style house with a finished basement and an attractive front door.
A Baltimore couple have different ideas about the house they want to purchase together: She wants a charming, spacious row home as close to downtown as possible, while he'd prefer a large detached Colonial in the suburbs.
Musicians search for a home in San Antonio, but can't agree on style: He wants an old ranch house, while she'd prefer a new build.
Homes in suburban Detroit are toured by the young parents of a toddler who are eager to be part of the city's turnaround. But there's one problem: He wants new construction; she is a fan of vintage.
In Chicago, a young buyer searches for a condo in a modern high-rise that offers such amenities as a doorman.
A family search for a home in Provo, Utah, with a backyard that's big enough to play soccer.
A couple may have to make compromises in order to get the space they need to accommodate their son and her parents when looking for a home in Queens.
A place near the water and public transportation are on the wish list of a Boston couple, who don't exactly see eye to eye when it comes to architectural style and budget.
A couple with seven children search in Portland, Ore., for a house with enough bedrooms and bathrooms for their large family. Their wish list also includes a big yard for a diabetic alert dog; a room to use for homeschooling; and a price tag of less than $400,000.
A New Jersey couple who are moving to Atlanta for a job are split on what kind of house to buy. While she is searching for "Gone With the Wind" charm, he is hoping to find something similar to what they had in the Garden State.
It's a battle between Victorian vs. Craftsman in Montgomery, Ala.
Renters who want to become homeowners in Buffalo must come to a design compromise.
A couple disagree on style when they search for a home on the water in Sarasota, Fla.
A couple search for their first place in Folsom, Cal., but don't exactly agree on whether they should buy new or an older home with character.
A 25-year-old financial analyst searches for a fixer--upper to call home in her hometown of Morton, Ill.
A couple looking for a home in the Atlanta area have different budgets and wish lists in mind, which means they'll need to compromise in the end.
In Memphis, a first-time buyer who wants a move-in ready home with plenty of space for her dog considers the advice of her mother, who believes a fixer-upper is the way to go.
A couple search in Maui, Hawaii, for a home that could be converted into a self-sustaining bed-and-breakfast with a large organic garden. However, finding the right place proves challenging when they can't decide between buying a Victorian or a cabin.
A move to Minneapolis by a family of eight who are helping their one daughter take her gymnastics training to the next level.
Big bathrooms are important to a newly single mom, who also happens to be a real-estate agent, searching for a home to share with her two teenage daughters and one golden retriever in Danville, Cal.
A first-time buyer in Sioux Falls, S.D., is encouraged to buy a cute and cozy bungalow by his live-in girlfriend. However, he's more attracted to mid-century modern homes with clean lines and lots of wall space to hang his art.
A couple in Washington, D.C., are split over whether to buy a new home in the suburbs or something more classic in the city.
Newlyweds debate vintage vs. modern when searching for their first place in Delray Beach, Fla. One thing on their must-have list is lots of wall space for their many TVs, which they use to watch football on Sundays.
A Lake Tahoe vacation home, with a rustic, log cabin feel, is sought by an Oakland couple who are split about purchasing a fixer-upper vs. a place that's move-in ready.
A job relocation forces a sudden move to Kansas City for young newlyweds who don't agree on style: He likes contemporary and she's big on Craftsman homes.
A family of four look to upgrade to a bigger house with a pool in Fairfield, Conn., but disagree when it comes to how many renovations they want to take on in their new home.
Time is of the essence for a railroad worker and his fiancée hoping to find a home in Arlington, Texas, before he has to go back on the road for his job.
A family of three search for their first home in Downingtown, Pa., but are at odds over whether to buy a fixer-upper colonial or a move-in ready ranch.
A 25-year-old marathon runner wants to purchase a walk-up condo unit near Lake Michigan in Chicago, although her worried mother has other ideas.
A single gal in Washington, D.C., hopes to find a contemporary condo with lots of amenities and low HOA fees for less than $240,000.
A home search in Nashville by a couple who have a gourmet kitchen and a flat backyard on their must-have list.
A recently engaged couple search for a Phoenix home that's close to the center of town, plus he wants to find a place where he doesn't have to worry about disturbing the neighbors, while she is more concerned with high-end finishes.
A Tallahassee couple want out of their cramped condo when they search for a bigger home perfect for the family they want to start and with enough closet space for a growing collection of vintage clothing.
Engineers in San Antonio look for a fixer-upper that they can renovate themselves. Their wish list includes no stairs, a workshop and a backyard big enough for their dogs.
The owners of a multigenerational Victorian don't agree about much of anything when they search for a new home that's more suitable for their young family in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
A New Jersey couple disagree over style when searching for a shore home. Included: She doesn't want anything built before 1960; and he's concerned about fending off hurricane damage.
A home with history, charm and an affordable price tag is sought by a firefighter and an environmental scientist in rural New Jersey.
A newcomer to Austin searches for her first home with help from her boyfriend who's an architect. One her wish list is ample living space, historic details and proximity to downtown.
A Phoenix minimalist wants a low-maintenance and clutter-free life, but her artist husband desires a lot of room to get creative.
Nashville newlyweds have totally different visions of a home together, and so they have to find a compromise between stately and casual styles.
Newlyweds relocating to Raleigh have high expectations, but differing opinions on the ideal home for their new family.
Gadgets and the color aqua are favorites of a Baltimore couple who are looking for a larger home in a nice neighborhood for their family of six.
An electrician in Portland, Ore., searches with his girlfriend for a single-family charmer for $250,000. His wish list includes a grand front porch and a garage to store his vintage vehicles and motorcycle.
A recent divorcée searches in Beaver, Pa., for a home with historic character and that's near the center of town, but her oldest daughter thinks a newer, low-maintenance abode might be a better option.
A British-born lawyer searches in Chicago for a single-family home with plenty of space for entertaining, although her friends encourage her to consider a high-rise condo with all the amenities, which they believe would be better suited to her on-the-go lifestyle.
A couple search for a home with quirky charm in Paducah, Ky. Their wish list includes traditional touches; a spacious, updated kitchen; and a large closet.
An auto engineer who wants to make Detroit his permanent home looks at houses with his girlfriend of six months, who encourages him to spend more money on a place with fancy features.
Recent empty nesters from Tennessee look for a vacation home in Destin, Fla., where they search for a place with safe beach access and plenty of bedrooms for visiting family, including their three daughters who are accompanying them on their search.
A engaged couple in their twenties search for their first home in Indianapolis. Among the challenges they find is balancing his budget-conscious ways with her wish list of hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops.
A move to Atlanta to be closer to family is highlighted by a disagreement over whether to find a Craftsman-style home with an updated kitchen or a mid-century modern abode with an open-floor plan.
A former military couple who work in Washington, D.C., disagree over style as they search for a home that has a rehearsal and recording space for their a cappella band.
Newlyweds in Gainesville, Fla., clash over style.
A preservation advocate in Buffalo searches for her first home, hoping to find a 1920s bungalow with much of its original architecture intact and priced less than $100,000.
A couple search for a home for their blended family of six.
A young Bostonian searches for a house for her family.
The search for a vintage home in Portland, Ore.
A Colorado couple with three kids look for a Victorian fixer-upper.
A Houston family relocate to rural Minot, N.C., where they have a $500,000 budget for their dream home.
A family who left their dream home behind in Georgia hope to find something nearly as perfect in Overland Park, Kan., where they search for Roman columns, a gigantic master closet and that elusive "wow" factor.
Newlyweds who have totally different tastes in homes search for their first place together in Salisbury, N.C., on a tight budget of $100,000.
Polish immigrants living in suburban Chicago with their toddler feel like they have outgrown their current home, but are at odds about whether to invest in a fixer-upper or a move-in-ready Colonial.
A buyer searches in Lake Tahoe for a Swiss chalet-style cabin that can sleep up to 10 people. His wish list also includes high ceilings, an open-floor plan and lots of light.
A Tampa judge prepares to start a new chapter in her life following a divorce as she moves from a suburban dream home to what she hopes will be a modern place in the city's revitalized downtown.
A family with a budget of $1 million still find themselves having to make compromises when choosing a waterfront property on a Texas island.
A dream of becoming a singer brings a Kansas couple to Nashville, where they have trouble deciding if they should live close to the heart of the city or near nature and away from neighbors.
A home search in Reno by a technology consultant who wants to live and work in the space, which, if he gets his way, will be a ranch-style abode with a large yard and views of the city.
Twin sisters, one of whom is a real-estate agent, search for a home close to the water in Galveston, Texas.
A young couple searching for a home along the coast of Maine disagree about whether they need acreage for trapshooting.
A couple search, with some difficulty, for the right house in Raleigh.
A real-estate agent in Orange County, Cal., searches for a home to share with her best friend, but her dream of finding a place within biking distance to the beach may not come true considering her $600,000 budget.
A 30-year-old Philadelphian is excited to be moving out of her mom's house and into an abode of her own, which she hopes will be loaded with charm and character. But on a budget of $150,000, she may have to consider a major fixer-upper.
A couple who recently made the move from Hawaii to Nashville are at odds over whether to buy a fixer-upper or a move-in-ready home in time for their first baby's arrival.
A couple who have been married for five years are ready for homeownership, but can't agree on whether to buy a high-rise condo with a view or a historic bungalow in Atlanta.
A Columbus, Ohio, couple want very different things when searching for their first home.
A couple search for their first home together in Gainesville, Fla., where they disagree over midcentury-modern vs. Victorian.
A New Jersey couple search for a weekend getaway on the water. They run into a problem during their search when they clash over whether to find a small beach bungalow or a large lake house.
Engaged twentysomethings in Connecticut search for their first home, but disagree about style.
A young, soon-to-be married couple search for their first home in Phoenix, hoping to find a place that doesn't have the Spanish or Southwester features common in the city. Also: They disagree about whether a pool and lush backyard are must-have features.
An Austin couple who are expecting their second child set out to find a home before the baby's arrival. But first, they have to come to an agreement about whether to find a place in the city or suburbs.
A Baltimore real-estate agent and his very picky wife look to upgrade from a one-bedroom apartment to preferably a move-in ready, single-family home, which she wants to have an updated kitchen with an island, a big backyard, a bathroom on the main floor and an open-floor plan with a master suite.
A college professor and his family are ready to give up their tiny two-bedroom, on-campus apartment. But their search for a home in San Marcos, Texas, finds them split on whether to go with mid-century modern or Victorian style.
A classically trained musician and his new wife want a larger home for the family they are planning to start. Plus, it should be able to fit his grand piano.
An engineer searches for his first home in Indianapolis. While he thinks that a modest bungalow with room to entertain friends and family would be perfect, his girlfriend has other ideas.
A married couple with two young children decide to upgrade to a larger home in Tiburon, Cal., where they search for a contemporary house that offers privacy and stunning views of the Bay Area.
Young parents with two small children need a larger home for their family in Destin, Fla. Up for debate is whether to get a pool, which would require a lot of maintenance and swimming lessons for the kids.
A thirtysomething married couple search for a home with a farm to raise livestock in Rockford, Mich. The couple seem to have different priorities, though, as he focuses on finding a minimum of 10 acres, while she puts finding a home in a family-friendly neighborhood for their children above all else.
A single gal with a newfound passion for rehabbing homes looks for a full-gut project in Chicago.
A Colorado native looks for a charming home in suburban Denver with enough room for her dog and five bicycles. Helping her in her search is her best friend, who's going to rent a room in the new house, and so she has her own must-have list to consider.
A single woman in Ashtabula, Ohio, seeks a move-in ready home, even though her boyfriend, who's a real-estate investor, is advising that a fixer-upper would be a wiser choice.
A Navy officer and his wife who are being reassigned to Virgina Beach look for a large four-bedroom house as they debate the pros and cons of choosing an old home in the right location vs. a brand-new build.
Compromise doesn't come easy for a couple who are searching for a home in the hot Nashville real-estate market.
A move to LaCrosse, Wis., by a couple hoping to find a three-bedroom, two-bath house for less than $300,000. Up for debate is whether or not to buy a completely updated, modern abode or tackle an older home with character and in need of renovation.
A move to Atlanta by a couple who are on opposite sides when it comes to downsizing.
First-time buyers end up in an old vs. new debate when they search for a home in Minneapolis.
Parents with a toddler have different ideas about their forever home in the suburbs after selling their Philadelphia row house.
Florida newlyweds with a $300,000 budget hope to get a waterfront view when buying a new home in trendy St. Augustine.
A family moves to a home near Bethlehem, Pa., and while one wants a move-in ready home, another is hoping for room to customize.
A Michigan couple wants to spend the rest of their lives in Florida, and they both want a house with a large patio and pool.
A family wants to find a house in Holly, Mich., that has enough space for the children, but they must choose more land or a home on the water.
Empty nesters want to buy a lakefront home in Santa Claus, Ind., with a large yard and extra bedrooms.
High school sweethearts want to find a home, but being an architect, he wants a specific style of home that is rare in the area.
A family relocate to Dallas for a job. Their house hunt proves troublesome since they don't agree on style, plus he wants a lot of privacy and she's looking for a home with plenty of windows.
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