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Loft-Style Bedroom With View of Australian City

This Brisbane apartment bedroom, featured on HGTV's House Hunters International might be small, but the magnificent view of the city and the Gold Coast Hinterlands make up for a lack of space.

Charming British Home - Loughborough, England

This quaint brick home has plenty of English charm. The arches over the doorway are reminiscent of Romanesque/Norman architecture and the two large bay windows are a big selling point for this house as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Living Room - Alexandra Headland, Australia

This Australian living room is modern and chic with a beige chevron area rug and neutral furniture. The space promotes a simple, no fuss aura and can be seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Balcony With White Chairs and Ocean View

Take a virtual tour of dreamy outdoor getaways all across the world, like this breathtaking balcony setting on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy.

Swiss Estate in Bern, Switzerland as seen on House Hunters International

This large Swiss estate is simple but charming and comes with a little history attached to it because it is the former home of famous author and Nobel Prize winner Hermann Hesse. This home makes a statement both inside as well as outside, projects a sense of stability and can be seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Bedroom With Eclectic Pattern Combination

Mixing patterns can be tricky, but this Parisian apartment, featured on HGTV's House Hunters International, makes it work with graphic bedding and cabana stripes on the walls.

A Floating Home - Daintree, Australia

Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Elegant Living Room - Paris, France

Eclectic furniture and detailed molding on the ceiling make this apartment distinctly Parisian. A lighted mirror, herringbone wood floor and a distinctive chandelier make this room truly one-of-a-kind as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Tribal Living Room - Panquipulli, Chile

A fitting tribal theme resonates throughout this home in Panguipulli, a city of beautiful lakes, mountains and forests. This living room features hand-hewn log siding and rustic furnishings as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Craftsman-Style Bedroom With Angled Ceiling

The capital of Switzerland is made up of old, historic homes. This Craftsman-style bedroom, seen on HGTV's House Hunters International features slanted ceilings with exposed wood beams for a cozy, country feel.

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This spinoff of the wildly popular HGTV House Hunters globe trots from Sao Paolo to Prague. Home hunters and their real estate agents check out all sorts of architectural styles and work through the idiosyncrasies of buying real estate in other countries. In any language, home buying is an emotional experience.
Season 70, Episode 1

Wisconsinites Hoping to Settle in Auckland Must Consider Buying a Home off the Auction Block

For 11 years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with For 11-years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with them, Jennifer and Russ decided to make the move more permanent and invest in a home. But to their dismay, properties in Auckland were few and far between. And in this sellers' market, most homes were sold on the auction block to the highest bidder. So with dad not working and only one income coming in, the couple were faced with a challenging house hunt. And finding a home in their 700,000 dollar budget with enough space for a family of five and the character that Jennifer craved would be tough. Watch how they manage the city's pricey auction-based housing market when House Hunters International arrives in Auckland, New Zealand.

Friday
Jan 16
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 49, Episode 13

Parisian Brokers Turned Buyers Move to Provence

Parisian real estate pros Tahminae and Martin are five months pregnant and about to experience the market from the other side. They want a second home for their family in the peaceful region of Provence, but finding the perfect stone house in one of the most expensive areas in the world won't be easy with their small budget. In fact, real estate agent Jacques Leroy knows it's impossible but these brokers won't settle until every stone has been turned. Watch House Hunters International for the pursuit for perfection in Provence, France.

Thursday
Jan 29
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 73, Episode 3

Looking at the Big Picture in St. Thomas, USVI

Stephanie Clark has always loved escaping the daily grind in Maryland to spend time with her family in St. Thomas, USVI. When her boyfriend Shawn Burman proposed while vacationing there, Stephanie decided that she never wanted to leave. With a desire to continue his education, Shawn didn't require much convincing to embrace Stephanie's dream to move to the Virgin Islands. Relying on her income while Shawn returns to his studies, Stephanie understands that their budget will be tight, so her desires are simple. However, if Shawn is hitting the books at home, he'd like to study in style. Real estate agent Rob Barringer knows that, in this pricey paradise, either Shawn will have to lower his island expectations or Stephanie is going to have to break the bank when House Hunters International sets sail for St. Thomas.

Thursday
Apr 16
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 79, Episode 6

Shaken But Not Stifled In Christchurch, New Zealand

Fresh out of college and in a new relationship, Brooke and Chandler love to travel. New Zealand was on their bucket list when good fortune hit Chandler's international job hunt. As a structural engineer, he could not have a better opportunity to see firsthand what an earthquake can do to buildings than in Christchurch, New Zealand. A series of strong quakes ravaged the city in 2010 and 2011, causing catastrophic damage and loss of life. Now, years later, much of the damage remains as residents try to pick up the pieces. They have a dire need for ways to make buildings more quake resistant, and Chandler is just the guy for the job. He's an avid biker and wants to be close enough to his new job to cycle to work. His girlfriend Brooke wants that too, but housing in the damaged city red zone, where they both will be working is hard to come by since the quakes, so they may have to settle for less to be close by, or have to rethink their commute in order to find a nicer place outside the city.

Thursday
Jun 11
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 76, Episode 10

Family of Four Extends Their Minnesotan Summers by Buying a Caribbean Condo

Mom and dad measure the quietness of an area by whether or not they can hear palm trees blowing in the breeze. But their teenage boys want all the action that comes with living near one of the world's best beaches. The property that pleases all will come with a high price tag. Mom has plans to open a coffee shop here on the island but she may have to sacrifice the budget for the business if she wants everyone to be happy. Along the way, random roosters and back porches with air conditioners raising a racket, not to mention the traffic near Seven Mile, conspire to keep the parents from their peaceful paradise.

Thursday
Jul 9
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 55, Episode 7

A Woman Trades the Corporate Grind for Eco-Friendly Paradise in Playa Conchal, Costa Rica

Sarah has a wealth of experience as a world traveller and expat. Born in the US, she's lived in 6 countries throughout her 27-year career, and is no stranger to airports, hotel rooms, and duty free shopping trips. Now with her current job in London winding down, she's eager to take a break from the grind and finally find a place to call her own. With a deep love of nature, animals, and the ocean, Sarah's decided that the world's greenest country, Costa Rica, is the right place to settle down, plant some roots, and raise her brand new puppy. So with good friend Steve in tow, she sets out along the Costa Rican countryside to try to find an eco-friendly, dog-safe, oceanside abode?on a budget. But with a lanky wish list and a low tolerance for trade-offs, how far will $300,000 go in paradise?

Thursday
Oct 15
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 87, Episode 3

Crucita The Beautiful

Ken and Kim have always lived conservatively. They built their Kentucky home from scratch, and that conservative lifestyle has afforded them the opportunity at buying their dream home on the beach. Years back they vacationed and fell in love with the coastal fishing village of Crucita, Ecuador so much, they decided to move there permanently. They both agree that is has to be beachfront, but that is about the only thing they can agree on. Kim wants to leave their build-it-yourself mentality in the past, seeking a turn-key condo that she can relax in. On the other hand, Ken isn't keen on condominium living, and hopes to find a standalone home away from neighbors. Find out who is the bigger fish, as House Hunters International swims the coast of Crucita, Ecuador.

Friday
Jan 8
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 92, Episode 12

Cayman Island Adventures

Adventure seekers Greg and Mika are always looking for that next thrill, whether it's blazing new trails on the slopes or setting sail on the open seas. So when a work opportunity for Greg on Grand Cayman came calling, they both dove in headfirst, despite some challenges. There is a tough rental market on this sought-after island, and with only one income, the options become even more limited.

Friday
Jul 8
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 71, Episode 3

Pumped to Experience Pretoria

Mark and Terra were settled in Kansas City, but a job offer presented them with the opportunity to experience life abroad in South Africa. However, with only a six week window until their new baby arrives the Snyder's need to move fast. Terra wants the perfect home that's within their budget but Mark wants to settle his growing family into a home that's close to his job. The pressure is on for this young couple to compromise as House Hunters International visits Pretoria, South Africa.

Tuesday
Sep 6
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 94, Episode 9

Young Family Moves From Hawaii to Pisa, Italy

Firefighter Jeremy Rhode takes his family from sunny warm Hawaii to chilly Pisa, Italy, to follow a job offer. His three kids see snowcapped mountains for the first time and experience temperatures below 60 degrees. His wife Cassy is supportive, but it will mean giving up her job and becoming a stay-at-home mom. She wants to live near his place of work because she will have to drive him to and from work with three small kids in the car. He would like to get some distance between his job and his home so he can immerse himself and the family in Italian culture. Will they opt for the old-world, kid-friendly city of Lucca or the oceanside town of Tirennia that reminds them of home?

Wednesday
Sep 7
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 96, Episode 1

Will Midwesterners Settle Down in Guatemala City or Antigua?

Jonathan has just won a Fulbright award to teach in Guatemala City and is relocating his family from the Midwest to Central America so they can experience a different culture. His wife, Collette, wants to find a home in historic Antigua, Guatemala's old capital, but he wants a view of an active volcano. For a Midwestern family, everything is new and everybody gives up something for their surprising decision.

Sunday
Nov 13
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 96, Episode 13

The Art of Island Living in Australia

Paleontologist Mike and artist Pip met in Australia while Pip was visiting from her native Scotland. In time they were married, and they've now decided to get their first house together. Pip prefers the artist-friendly haven of Phillip Island, but it's far away from Mike's work, and the seasonal nature of the island makes him concerned about practicalities. However, Pip is determined that it's island life or bust, and the two may have to duke it out if they want to find a perfect first home together.

Wednesday
Nov 23
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 101, Episode 3

Rough Waters in Groningen

Traveling the world has always been a major component of Oliver and Jaclyn's relationship, so when an opportunity to advance his engineering career came up in Groningen, they jumped at the chance to explore the Netherlands. They want their 2-year-old daughter Roma to have an adventure that feels different from suburban Ohio, but they have opposing views on what that looks like. Jaclyn feels the best way to immerse in Dutch culture is to take a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live on a houseboat. Oliver feels the family doesn't need to take as deep of a plunge to get an authentic experience in Groningen, but Jaclyn's dreams may be too big to refuse.

Wednesday
Jan 25
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 101, Episode 11

Surf or Turf in Montezuma

Cindy and Alex head to Montezuma, Costa Rica, any time they need a break from daily life in Massachusetts. They want their daughter, Domino, to be exposed to other cultures, so they're looking to move to their relaxation spot permanently. The couple agrees this is an amazing opportunity for their daughter to have a worldlier view but they're on completely different pages as to where to find a home. Cindy wants a laid-back beach lifestyle, but with Alex pining to live in a remote jungle environment, Domino may be the only one to help settle their standoff.

Monday
Feb 20
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 101, Episode 11

Surf or Turf in Montezuma

Cindy and Alex head to Montezuma, Costa Rica, any time they need a break from daily life in Massachusetts. They want their daughter, Domino, to be exposed to other cultures, so they're looking to move to their relaxation spot permanently. The couple agrees this is an amazing opportunity for their daughter to have a worldlier view but they're on completely different pages as to where to find a home. Cindy wants a laid-back beach lifestyle, but with Alex pining to live in a remote jungle environment, Domino may be the only one to help settle their standoff.

Tuesday
Feb 21
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 92, Episode 3

Living for the Weekend in Nagoya, Japan

Trey's work has kept him hopping between the US and Japan for 20 years. A new job opportunity is taking him and his family back to Japan, but this time with some new challenges. Trey's job is located in a rural area without an international school for his daughters, so they and his wife Larissa must live 75 miles away in the city of Nagoya. During the week, Trey will live in an apartment near work and come home to his family on the weekends. This is a common arrangement for families in Japan, but a big adjustment for the Hoffmans.

Tuesday
Feb 21
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 103, Episode 7

Beachin' It in Melbourne, Australia

Allen, his wife Adrienne and their three girls are heading to Australia for his new job opportunity. Melbourne's beaches are an integral part of its daily culture, so that's where Adrienne wants their girls to grow up, but practical Allen feels the pricey beach won't give them the space they need. They have moved a lot for Allen's job before, and Adrienne hopes Melbourne will be a long-term home, creating pressure to find the perfect place for their family of five.

Tuesday
Feb 21
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 103, Episode 7

Beachin' It in Melbourne, Australia

Allen, his wife Adrienne and their three girls are heading to Australia for his new job opportunity. Melbourne's beaches are an integral part of its daily culture, so that's where Adrienne wants their girls to grow up, but practical Allen feels the pricey beach won't give them the space they need. They have moved a lot for Allen's job before, and Adrienne hopes Melbourne will be a long-term home, creating pressure to find the perfect place for their family of five.

Wednesday
Feb 22
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 92, Episode 7

Miles to Go in Marrakesh, Morocco

Alice ran a successful media consulting firm in England, but her taste for adventure only grew after she spent four months cycling from Cairo to Cape Town in 2011. She has decided to move to Marrakesh to train for the 'toughest footrace on earth," where she must carry all the items she needs on her back for six days while running through the Sahara. Becoming a full-time adventurer isn't cheap, so the only way she can afford Morocco is to have roommates.

Wednesday
Feb 22
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 98, Episode 11

Happier Than a Brasilionaire

Rob and Nadine were working 12 hour days in Linden, New Jersey, but dreaming of a different life with fresh fruit, sandy beaches and howler monkeys. So they bought a plot of land in Costa Rica -- only to find out that building permits were impossible to get. As a result, they lost of a substantial chunk of their nest egg. Still committed to moving to Costa Rica, Rob and Nadine have decided starting a bed and breakfast is the way to go. But first they'll need to agree on just how much of a fixer upper they can handle.

Wednesday
Feb 22
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 92, Episode 7

Miles to Go in Marrakesh, Morocco

Alice ran a successful media consulting firm in England, but her taste for adventure only grew after she spent four months cycling from Cairo to Cape Town in 2011. She has decided to move to Marrakesh to train for the 'toughest footrace on earth," where she must carry all the items she needs on her back for six days while running through the Sahara. Becoming a full-time adventurer isn't cheap, so the only way she can afford Morocco is to have roommates.

Thursday
Feb 23
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 98, Episode 11

Happier Than a Brasilionaire

Rob and Nadine were working 12 hour days in Linden, New Jersey, but dreaming of a different life with fresh fruit, sandy beaches and howler monkeys. So they bought a plot of land in Costa Rica -- only to find out that building permits were impossible to get. As a result, they lost of a substantial chunk of their nest egg. Still committed to moving to Costa Rica, Rob and Nadine have decided starting a bed and breakfast is the way to go. But first they'll need to agree on just how much of a fixer upper they can handle.

Thursday
Feb 23
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 101, Episode 6

Education and History in Delft

Paula and Jason have relocated to the city of Delft in the Netherlands where she will study for her master's degree in design and he will continue working remotely for an American company. Jason loves the history of Delft with its centuries-old buildings and canals, but living in the historic city center would mean a much longer commute for Paula. Will the couple be able to find a place near the school in the suburbs and stay close to Delft's beautiful canals and cathedrals?

Thursday
Feb 23
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 101, Episode 6

Education and History in Delft

Paula and Jason have relocated to the city of Delft in the Netherlands where she will study for her master's degree in design and he will continue working remotely for an American company. Jason loves the history of Delft with its centuries-old buildings and canals, but living in the historic city center would mean a much longer commute for Paula. Will the couple be able to find a place near the school in the suburbs and stay close to Delft's beautiful canals and cathedrals?

Friday
Feb 24
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 98, Episode 7

Jet Setters Stay Put in Singapore

Travel-orientated school teachers Josh and Kalie are stoked to make one final move to Singapore.  After living abroad for several years, they're ready to commit long term and find the perfect home for themselves and their dog Pincho. In one of the world's most expensive cities and upscale rental markets, Josh is determined to stay on budget. Kalie is ready to unpack their suitcases, but she also wants to live close to their work.

Friday
Feb 24
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 97, Episode 1

French Cuisine in Angouleme

Grayson and Ariana are leaving Reno, Nevada, to fulfill Ariana's lifelong dream of living in France. When Ariana lands a job in historic Angouleme, Grayson is eager to tag along and experience the French charm and ambiance he's been hearing about their whole relationship. But on one income, will they be able to afford the experience Ariana has always imagined, and will Grayson be able to find a kitchen to become the French chef of Ariana's dreams?

Friday
Feb 24
11:30pm | 10:30c

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