Landon and Caitlyn moved to Pennsylvania to be closer to family but when the house they wanted fell through, they were forced to move in with her parents. They don't want to over stay their welcome so they are anxious to find their own place. The only issue is Landon wants to move into a low maintenance town home, while Caitlyn has her heart set on a single family home. They'll check out something for both of them, but can they find a place that they can agree on?
Lizzy and Danny Pulgaron first met as young teenagers in their hometown of Miami, Florida. They dated through high school and college, then married and moved to Philadelphia so Lizzy could attend graduate school. But they always hoped to return to Miami. When they both got job offers in Miami earlier this year, they knew they had to seize the moment and make their move. That meant moving in with Danny's parents until they could find a house to buy. That was six months ago and the couple is tired of living "like siblings" in Danny's childhood home. They've enlisted the help of Realtor Jennifer Brilliant to help them find a home for $400,000 or less. Jennifer steers them to the coastal suburb of Surfside, where houses are more affordable, but typically very dated. How far back in time are Lizzy and Danny willing to go to get the forever home they're hoping for?
Matt and Monica just got married and want to buy their first home in the Phoenix, Arizona suburbs. With a budget of $300,000, they're looking for a home to eventually raise their future children. But, when it comes to house hunting, can Monica's optimism balance out Matt's pessimism?
Twenty-three-year-old Ryan thinks he is ready to buy his own home outside Charlotte, North Carolina and has set his budget at $175,000. Mary, his agent, also happens to be his mother and she is determined that her young son find a home that has both what he wants and what she thinks he needs.
After their lease ran out, Thom and Katy decided to move in with friends while they hunt for a DC home of their own. They want a house they can fix up themselves that does not cost more than $400,000. The trick will be finding one before their friends tell them to hit the road.
Twenty-six year-old Tony Chau loves his hard working, hard partying lifestyle in Las Vegas, Nevada, but he's ready for a new adventure. He plans to buy a vacation home in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles so he can partake in the Sunset Strip scene whenever he wants. He'd like a two-bedroom home with plenty of space to entertain, and he's willing to spend up to a million dollars to get it. Tony's enlisted the help of Los Angeles Realtor Peter Stamison, and interior decorator, James Charles. James infused Tony's Las Vegas home with a hip, playful style that Tony would like to repeat in his Los Angeles getaway. But Hollywood dreams do not come cheap and even with a million dollars to spend, Tony will have to make some compromises to get into the market at all.
Emily and John are sure they'll spend their future together, but they've put off their wedding plans in their rush to buy a home before a federal tax incentive expires. But while Emily longs for a place that's move-in ready, John has his heart set on a home he can ''fix up''. With a budget of $180,000, this couple will be putting their compromising skills to the test as they hurry to find a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home that's the perfect balance of projects and perfection.
John is an Austin architect, who wants to buy a house on which he can exercise his design muscles. His wife Nikki is nervous about taking on a big project and would rather get a house that needs little to no work. Can their broker, Sam Archer, find them a house that meets both of their needs and stays within their $250,000 budget?
Becky and Evan just relocated from Dallas to Seattle after Becky accepted a new job in the area. Since the couple had to move quickly they've been staying at a hotel while they look for a permanent place. Becky's company is paying for the hotel bill, but unfortanately they're only covering the costs for 45 days. With time running out, Becky and Evan need to find a place fast. They'll take a look at several single-family homes in the area, but they're in for a big surprise when they discover the price tag on a Seattle home is much higer than in Dallas. Can they find a place that meets their expectations before their coporate housing runs out? Find out as House Hunters travels to Seattle.
Retired New York City detective Arthur and his wife Kandy moved to the Florida Gulf Coast for the great weather and laid back lifestyle, but raising their energetic toddler twins in a tiny condo is a bigger challenge than they can handle. They're looking for a bigger home on the barrier island of Siesta Key, but after five months of searching, the couple has discovered that even with their $600,000 budget, landing a place at this hot beach destination is tough. Can they find an affordable 4-bedroom house near the sea before their current cramped quarters push them over the edge?
Planning for a wedding while searching for their first home is stressful enough for Matt and Megan. But, they've also never lived under the same roof in the 7 years they've been together. So, they need to work out a few issues during their house hunt. Can their agent and broker, Sean Hope, find a place they both like and stick to their $350,000 budget?
Al and Gina have been married for 17 years and they have two sons. They've lived all over the world thanks to Al's military career, but now that they've moved to Kapolei, Hawaii they're finally where they want to be. The entire famliy loves Hawaii and has decided it's the perfect place to settle down and buy a home. Unfortunately Al is about to be deployed overseas, and he'll be gone for a year. Al and Gina really want to find a home before he leaves, but it's going to be a challenge since they both want different things. Can they find a place they both agree on before time runs out? It's a House Hunters you won't want to miss.
Jordan Yocum is a young man on a mission. At just twenty-two years old, he's ready to buy a home of his own in Louisville, Kentucky. He's been working three jobs to make his mission possible. But Jordan has a long wish list of features he feels he needs in his new home. And he's only got $125,000 to spend. It's a daunting task, but Jordan is ready to tackle it with great enthusiasm. Along to help are his friend Charlee, who is a young homeowner herself, and Realtor Heidi Fore. Will Jordan find everything he's looking for, and stay under budget?
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