David, Janet and their son, Brandon, usually relocate within the U.S. for Janet's job, but this time they've decided move abroad to Kaiserslautern, Germany. They are avid cyclists so finding a home that can fit their nine bikes, and their drastically different priorities, will be a tough road for real estate agent Kryspina.
After years of living stateside, Markus is ready to return to Europe with his new American wife, Cory. He's been accepted into the University of Lund in Sweden, and he doesn't want their first marital home to be a dorm room. These newlyweds will need to battle 40,000 other students in Lund's busy rental market. As she waits for her Swedish work visa, Cory is feeling the budgetary pressure, but she would still like their home to meet the size and standards to which she has grown accustomed to in the States. Agent Michael will have his work cut out for him when House Hunters International goes on a honeymoon in Lund, Sweden.
After a scuba diving trip to Roatan, Honduras, Stacy and her son, Ryan, fell in love with the island's charm and decided to search for a vacation home for the entire family. With Ryan taking some time off after his first year of college, Stacy agrees to let her son live in Roatan while he figures out what to do with his life. The desire for beachfront living comes with a hefty price tag, though, so this mom and son duo must work together to keep their priorities straight in order find the perfect home.
Croatia native Ivan's career move to Breda, Netherlands, is fulfilling his wife's childhood fantasy of living in Europe. Ivan just wants his new home to be within budget and close to his job, but his wife, Lindsay, daydreams of living in the pricey city center in a home with enough space to comfortably house their families. The homes within their budget, though, aren't big enough to for all of Lindsay's dreams as House Hunter International gets a glimpse of life in Breda, Netherlands.
Jennifer knows Crystal Lake, Illinois, is a beautiful hometown, but she also knows that eighty percent of its citizens never leave the Chicago suburb. She wants to move on and has decided on a small remote beach town in Western Australia called Broome. With her unique sense of adventure and her life savings, Jennifer will start her new life by finding her new home where the Australian outback meets the sea. She wants to be close to the beach. She also wants roommates so something close to town would work best. Real estate agent Josh Mezger works through the conflict, and Jennifer's decision is a surprise.
JoAnne and Ken have decided to give up freezing upstate New York winters and buy a place on Cayman Brac Island in the Caribbean. Can meterologist Ken convince JoAnne that they need to live in a hurricane-safe home?
When Travis got a call from his friend Garrett about an opportunity to work together in Manta, Ecuador, he jumped at the chance. His girlfriend Jeva has also decided to come along for the ride. They are all excited to start work in the fish exporting business in the tuna capital of the world.
Gary and Stacey decided to sell their house after Gary got promoted to a new position in Fagersta, Sweden. Gary wants to stay within their budget and wants to get a fixer-upper to keep costs down, but Stacey is willing to stretch the budget and insists their new place be move-in-ready.
Private chef Caroline was raised in New York City, but the city has started to lose some of its luster for her. She's targeted Guardia Sanframondi in Italy to make her new home, and hopes to find a greater sense of community in the small city.
Seth, Ashley and their three children are moving to Cochabamba, Bolivia, after years of living in Mississippi. Hoping to immerse their kids in a different culture, this couple also wants to find a large home where they can host the local youth community. Their wish list is large but their budget is not, so something has got to give.
Self-proclaimed Peter Pan and Wendy are moving to the Guanacaste Coast. Tim and Tracey are successful and self-made business owners with a large decision to make. With their two sons there to help, they must decide if big, bigger, or best is what they are looking for.
Seeking a stress-free lifestyle, Jon, Shawna and daughter Acacia are leaving their 100-year-old farmstead in Manitoba, Canada, for the rainforest and beaches of Nosara, Costa Rica. The health and wellness-centered community there is a good fit for Shawana's work as a holistic therapist and they've found a multi-cultural school for Acacia in the area. Shawna wants to find a home close to the school, while Jon prefers to be near everyday conveniences. But, since Nosara is spread out across bumpy backroads in the jungle, one of them is going to have to compromise.
Bastin and Debbie are moving to tropical San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, with the intention of giving back to their new community like they have on previous outreach trips to South Africa. They both love the idea of being closer to nature, but they have very different ideas about their future in Nicaragua. After 13 years together, Debbie is ready to put down roots in a rustic turnkey home, while Bastin wants to bring in extra money by building apartments. When their two worlds collide, they've got to decide what works best for them both in San Juan del Sur.