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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In Chicago, a young buyer searches for a condo in a modern high-rise that offers such amenities as a doorman.
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.
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.
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