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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 25-year-old financial analyst searches for a fixer--upper to call home in her hometown of Morton, Ill.
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.
Renters who want to become homeowners in Buffalo must come to a design compromise.
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.
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 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 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 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 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 couple in Washington, D.C., are split over whether to buy a new home in the suburbs or something more classic in the city.
A family search for a home in Provo, Utah, with a backyard that's big enough to play soccer.
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.
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