Next Episode of My Lottery Dream Home is
Season 2 / Episode 3 and airs on 21 January 2017 02:00
David Bromstad takes recent lottery winners on over-the-top house hunts for their new dream homes. Whether they win hundreds of thousands or hundreds of millions, lucky lottery winners everywhere are jumping headfirst into the real estate market. Will they spend all their winnings on an extravagant mansion or settle for a humble sound investment? Find out what happens when average Americans set out to find My Lottery Dream Home.
With their tiny Columbus, Ohio, house overflowing with "stuff,'' a jackpot-winning couple wants to find their dream home.
After a father wins the Texas Lottery, his daughter searches for a dream home on Possum Kingdom Lake.
A retired couple that loves to spend holidays with family wins $1 million in the North Carolina Powerball and can finally buy the vacation home of their dreams. David Bromstad gets the chance to show them some gorgeous properties along the Virginia coast, all of which would be great for their family, but will they prioritize size over having a great view?
Josh lives in the fast lane when it comes to motorcycles, but after winning $5 million on a scratch-off ticket, he wants nothing more than to slow down on a piece of property in California. He's always dreamed of living on a big piece of land and David Bromstad is there to show him just how much land $5 million can buy. With his new budget and David's help, Josh and his young family will have only the top choices to fulfill all their California dreams.
A Kansas couple wins $1 million on a Powerball ticket and now they are finally ready to make the move to their dream city of Nashville, Tennessee. With their recent winnings, the couple is able to afford a dream home big enough to accommodate their five grown children during the holidays. David Bromstad is there to help them find a home that fits.
Design expert, David Bromstad takes lucky $5 Million Ohio Lottery winners on a search for the perfect family Dream Home. This young couple need a family friendly neighborhood to raise their son. Will they choose a model home they can build from scratch? An architecturally designed home, on a sprawling 3 acres? Or, a luxurious, move-in ready home in a housing estate?
David Bromstad (Host)
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