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Tiny House Hunting follows realtors as they help a pair of tiny home seekers find the perfect existing mini-space. Whether it's a potential full-time home in the Rockies or a tiny beach getaway on the coast of Florida, each potential homeowner will be shown three different abodes and then decide which is the best fit for them. Thirteen half-hour episodes will showcase families on the hunt for something new while bringing a fresh perspective to ‘scaling back.'
Chris and Maggie are ready to try something they've never done before, live with each other.
Caitlin's plan is to downsize and consolidate her living space and studio space into a single tiny space, hoping to find something that's both practical and inspiring.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) It sounded like a good idea at the time: Portland Oregonians Emmy® and Jake would get married, and move into Jake's place to start building their lives together. Unfortunately, Jake and his dog Sol didn't see the need to change anything in their well worn and aromatic bachelor pad to make room for a classy woman like Emmy® With that misconception now addressed, Jake and Emmy® (and Sol) are in the market for a tiny home in their beloved Portland where they can truly begin their married lives together.
Gregoire and Christopher both grew up on the East Coast, but are now confirmed San Franciscans. Christopher is a flight attendant for a major airline, and Gregoire works in web marketing. They've been together for eight years, and when Prop 8 was finally overturned in 2013, they were among the first to get married at San Francisco City Hall. Now it's time to buy their first home together. They're willing to trade space for a downtown location in an exciting neighborhood. But is a decent apartment, even in the 500 square foot range, really in the cards in pricey San Francisco?
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Jenn and her boyfriend, Jason, are hunting for a tiny retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii, in Kona. Jenn is a busy single mom and a passionate artist. Jason is an elite US smoke jumper, who often lives out of his 100 sq. ft. van for months at a time, while on location putting out wildfires. With their hectic schedules they know the perfect tiny getaway in Kona, a place they both love, will give them a place to relax and reconnect.
Emily and Julian are constantly on the road, and that means their 1500 sq./ft. home is way more than they're using. The backyard, on the other hand, is ripe for a tiny addition. With the help of local real estate agent Erica Petroff, they set out to find a tiny, mobile home that they can plunk in their backyard while they rent out the main house. The plan gets a little bit harder to implement than originally planned when they both discover that going tiny requires rethinking basic fundamentals. Will Emily find a place that has the light she needs for her photography? Will Julian be able to keep them on budget? Will either of them find a bathroom that works? The road to tiny looks like it's gonna get a little bumpy.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) On a trip from D.C. to California's wine country a few years ago, Keith and Rob discovered how much they love the place. So much so that they decided to move to San Francisco permanently just so they could continue spending their days off strolling the vineyards and tasting wine. Now they're putting the next phase of their plan into action--buy a tiny home there. That is, if they can afford it. Tiny or not, real estate with wine country views can get pricey.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Empty nesters Glen and Lawson are looking for the perfect, tiny beachside getaway for themselves and their family. But with five adult kids and two dogs in tow, finding a tiny beach bungalow that accommodates all seven of them and fulfills the other items on their wish list will be quite the challenge.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Alan and Ann started building a cargo container home on a remote island north of Seattle, but after too many project delays to count they've got nothing to show for their eight years of effort. Time for Plan B -- buy a super off-the-grid tiny home with all the modern conveniences and have it barged out to the island. Hmm, will that be any easier than Plan A? To help make it happen they've hired a local builder and hopefully, this time, the trail on this island adventure won't lead back to square one.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Jon is Honolulu born and bred. He went to college in Ithaca, New York, but migrated right back to his Pacific paradise when he was done with school. He's a physical therapist, Ironman triathlete, and an eligible bachelor with a gonzo social life. And at the age of 30, he's ready to buy his first home. The problem is that Honolulu real estate is ridiculously expensive. So Jon's got his sights set on a tiny bachelor pad--long on style, light on price. And since he's a real estate virgin, he's got his wingman Scott backing him up on the hunt.
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Middle School Gym teacher Jason is looking to trade in his comfortable one bedroom Seattle apartment for a tiny floating bachelor pad. But will living in a tiny houseboat mean giving up the party and entertaining space his lifestyle requires? And is life on the water all it's cracked up to be?
(Enhanced/updated with new footage that includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Jeff is a busy flight attendant who spends most of his time in the air. Living out of a suitcase for the last decade taught him to appreciate living with just the basics, which is what he does when home in his 300 square-foot San Francisco condo. Having visited Hawaii countless times for work, Jeff has decided to hunt for a tiny getaway in Honolulu, where he loves the laid-back lifestyle and already has a community of friends.
(Includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Matthew, a Phoenix native, is trying to piece his life back together after ending his engagement. He's tired of couch surfing. With the help of his brother Tim, Matthew is determined to be a homeowner. Having decided to go tiny, he's enlisted sisters Lila, an architect, and Jenny, a real estate agent, to help him find the perfect pad. Together, these dual sibling teams are on the hunt for a tiny place that will fit Matthew's bachelor needs.
(Includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Australian Andrew and Californian Connie are the original free spirits. Andrew met Connie on a rock video shoot in LA and sparks flew. Fast forward 22 years, and they're married and living in Hawaii. They've decided to find a secluded tiny home in the jungles of the Big Island. With Andrew in Tokyo at a recording session, the house hunt is in Connie's hands, and her friend Terra Ann will be her copilot.
(Includes new hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin.) Erin and Lindsey are outdoor sports fanatics. So it's not a shock that they've targeted Lindsey's hometown of Jackson Hole, Wyoming for their first home purchase. To make their dream affordable, they're looking at a new community of state of the art tiny homes. But will going tiny be a good thing for their ten-year relationship?
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