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Friday , Feb 27

  • 6:30
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    DOD-3013H

    Gerald and Jasmine moved into their new home a year ago. Since then, they have made little progress in creating a master bedroom that captures their love of Southeast Asian design. They want a serene bedroom retreat to spend time in - a room that mimics the upscale hotel rooms they've enjoyed on their trips to Thailand. Casey and Joel will help them create a space that is both tranquil as well as visually stunning. A carved wood lattice accent wall, a round headboard reminiscent of a gong, and a new grass cloth dresser are just a few of the projects that make this Asian-inspired bedroom truly inspirational.

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  • 7:00
    AM
    DOD-3102ZH

    Will and Lisa moved into their cottage style fixer upper and have lovingly redone every room in the house except for the living room. The living room is a gloomy, drab disaster that needed a pick-me up. The wood paneling, dark furniture and dark curtains give the room a cave-like feel. Both Lisa and Will love the size of the room and the vaulted ceilings, but they are deeply dissatisfied with the room's current decor. They want to bring the bright and cheerful look of their kitchen into the living room and make it a welcoming space where they can relax and play with their three energetic boys. Although Will and Lisa live in the San Fernando Valley, their hearts still belonged to the beach. They love classic design and have spent numerous weekends acquiring the vintage furniture scattered throughout the house. They want a room that is light, airy and elegant -a beach house / summer cottage look that will meld with their French country kitchen.

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  • 7:30
    AM
    HJKGP-108H

    Amie Sikes is making over her own living room with the help of her sister Jolie Sikes-Smith. They turn an antique ship into a stunning chandelier, create a fun craft station for kids and turn their favorite Junk Gypsy finds into fabulous focal points.

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  • 8:00
    AM
    HYLIW-203H

    Not everyone lives in a tract home - or wants to! Tour some amazing home conversions from around the world including a cemetery chapel and a sugar mill. Can you imagine living in a home that used to be a doctor's office? What about a railcar? A church makes an excellent living space as does a barn, and even a firehouse! This homeowner made a home out of a pump house, while another couple has a country getaway in a historic schoolhouse. One young family lives in a converted deli and another couple converted a lighthouse into their new home. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

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  • 9:00
    AM
    HYLIW-213H

    Not everyone lives in a suburban tract home - or wants to! These amazing home conversions from around the world have quite a history including a 17th Century Mission, an old train depot, and a fire station. Can you imagine making your home in an chicken processing plant? What about in some 19th Century horse stables? One couple brought a modern touch to a historic barrel making factory, while another couple found a dilapidated summer camp and made it a dream home. Who knew you could make a comfortable home out of a restaurant? And one Argentine man built his house and shop out of beer bottles! Plus - a house that used to be a church and one that was formerly a grocery store. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern and luxurious homes!

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  • 10:00
    AM
    HYLIW-209H

    These fantastic home conversions from around the world come with an exciting variety of histories including an oast house and an airplane hangar. One couple brought a modern touch to a 1850s grist mill. Who knew you could make a comfortable home out of a bank? Or a grocery store? A group like-minded folks in Scotland have turned old whiskey barrels into houses. Can you imagine living on a charter bus? What about in a church? One Wisconsin couple found a dilapidated barn and made it the home of their dreams. Plus a house that used to be shipping containers and one that was formerly a firehouse. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern and luxurious homes!

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  • 12:00
    PM
    HNT-7602H

    Polina met her boyfriend, John, nine years ago when they were in college. Now the couple lives in the Half Moon Bay area of Northern California where they work together at John's family business. Being in the financial world, these first time homebuyers understand that now is a good time to buy. But John and Polina don't want a cookie-cutter home. They want something very unique, with lots of character. They'd also prefer it to be a multi-level home, with no carpet, and a large updated kitchen. John also wants lots of natural light, which doesn't mesh well with Polina, who prefers a dark bedroom. Will the couple be able to find their unique dream home in the competitive Northern California market?

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  • 12:30
    PM
    HHINT-5613H

    Striking a small fortune in Ireland's lottery helped Mary and her Aussie boyfriend Ben decide to take a chance on starting a new life down under -- in the city where they first met, Mission Beach, Australia. But facing a flat market, her dreams of a cozy hideaway and his practical need of storage space will make for a challenge for Real Estate Agent Steve Wiltshire when House Hunters International washes ashore on Mission Beach, Australia.

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  • 1:00
    PM
    HNT-7211H

    When Boston residents Steven and Bethany went to visit Charleston, South Carolina, they fell so in love with the area, that they decided to buy a vacation home there. Steven is hoping for a single-family home with a small piece of land separating their neighbors. Bethany has her heart set on a home with nice hardwood floors and a working fireplace. Both Steven and Bethany would like to be in walking distance to shops and restaurants, but she doesn't want her home to be on a street where she will see any horse-and-carriage tours common in the historic town.

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  • 1:30
    PM
    HNT-7712H

    NASA administrator, Omar, wants to buy a huge home in the Houston suburbs where he can create the ultimate bachelor pad. He wants over 3,000 square feet, a media room and game room, plus a huge yard where he can plant his beloved fruit trees. On a strict $240,000 budget, getting it all won't be easy. Making matters worse, his sister, Aisha, and agent, Sandra, are pushing their own glam styles on this no-frills bachelor, and are convinced that all the square footage he wants would be put to better use if he were married off.

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  • 2:00
    PM
    HNT-7502H

    Newlyweds, Ryan and Krista, want to buy their forever home in Durango, Colorado. Problem is, they can't agree on one that's within their $350,000 budget. Self-described hippie, Krista, is looking for an older wood-home with character, a garden, good spiritual energy and space to practice yoga. Army vet, Ryan, wants an energy efficient and low maintence home. He's pushing for a new house with stainless steel appliances, a 2 car garage and a yard without a single blade of grass.

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  • 2:30
    PM
    HNT-8012H

    Pediatrician Bryan works in the hospital where President Obama was born, and his wife, Chui, works for the U.S. Geological Survey. They love their current location of Manoa Valley, on the island of Oahu. Unfortunately, a lot of other house hunters love the neighborhood too, so even with a million dollar budget finding a bigger home with a garage won't be easy. Making the search even harder are doctor Bryan's range of health-related aversions like germ filled grout, and Chui's eclectic range of deal breakers. At 5'1' she is fed up with high counters in any room, and her work with water sources means no houses near streams! Can they find their dream home without leaving the neighborhood they love?

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  • 3:00
    PM
    HNT-7806H

    Madison, Wisconsin, real estate agent, Josh, is used to demanding clients. But he didn't expect house hunting with his own wife, Jenna, to be his such a challenge. Jenna cares more about the size and design features, while Josh is focused on being in a location where he can ride his bike to work. Josh may have no trouble finding the right home for other people, but will this agent come through with the perfect place for his family to live in?

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  • 3:30
    PM
    HNT-8108H

    Gus and Rachel are excited to upgrade from their tiny Washington D.C. apartment and buy their first home together. But that's where the excitement ends. Rachel is set on a charming D.C. row-home near shops and restaurants. But her husband is happy to move to the suburbs, since it'll get him more space for his hobbies, which include brewing beer. Finding middle ground in D.C. is never easy.

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  • 4:00
    PM
    HNT-7903H

    Boise, Idaho, single mom, Kindra, wants a unique home in the suburbs that's close to her teenage daughter Kelsi's, school. With her brother Bryce along on the house hunt, she'll see if it's possible to find the vaulted ceilings, upgraded kitchens and baths that she loves, in the location she prefers.

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  • 4:30
    PM
    HNT-7811H

    Jeremy and Margaret sold their condo after the birth of their son, and have been living with her parents while they house hunt in Knoxville, Tennessee. While they're ready to get back out on their own, house hunting has proven to be a challenge. Jeremy wants a new build where no updating is needed, but his wife prefers something older with character. Who will win the age-old house hunting fight - old vs. new?

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  • 5:00
    PM
    HNT-8110H

    With plans to start a family, Bob and Caitlin are ready to settle down and buy their first house. As excited as they are to buy, they have one problem. Caitlin has her heart set on pricey Manhattan Beach, California, even if it means living in a smaller place. Bob, who comes from Ohio where you can get a $200,000 house with a lot of square footage, would rather look outside of that area to get more house for their money. With one-million dollars to spend, who will win?

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  • 5:30
    PM
    HNT-8111H

    Seattle natives, Nick and Hillary, would like to get out of Nick's small bachelor pad and into an older, Pacific Northwestern house with lots of character. Nick's top priority is plenty of storage space for his collection of nearly 1000 bottles of wines. Hillary's more focused on making sure they buy a home in the family-oriented community of Laurelhurst. But that might be a big challenge, since that particular area is not only pricey, but also low on inventory.

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  • 6:00
    PM
    HNT-7505H

    Carl and Amanda currently live in a downtown Chicago high-rise. They like the convenience of living in the heart of the city, but since they recently celebrated the birth of their second child, they've decided to move to the suburbs to raise their family. They're targeting large homes in the community of Hinsdale with a one million dollar budget. Amanda would love a move-in ready Nantucket style home, ideally something new construction. Carl, on the other hand, prefers older Tudor-style homes with lots of charm and character. After looking at over 50 properties, who will win out?

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  • 6:30
    PM
    HNT-8405H

    Italian-born Marco and his Italian-American wife, Maria, are moving with their 2 young daughters from Ohio to Boca Raton to realize their dream of living in Florida's lush, tropical climate. But there's trouble in paradise. Marco insists on a pool for the kids, but Maria sees it as a major safety issue. As a contractor, he also wants to take on a low-price fixer, but she wants to fork out big bucks for a more convenient move-in ready home. When all is well in this Italian family, English is the primary language. But when this house hunt gets heated, out comes the Italian.

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  • 7:00
    PM
    HLILIT-202ZH

    When Cory and wife Linda bought their little bungalow eleven years ago, they fell in love with the incredible mountain-side community?not to mention the rental suite income available downstairs. But now that their family has grown, they need the space and have completely taken over the basement apartment. But even though the kids' bedrooms are downstairs, they have no room to play. The list of complaints continues upstairs with the lack of adult space as well. Looking to turn the page on this woeful living space are rivals Jillian and Todd. Jillian and her design team will try to restore harmony with an open concept design plan while Todd believes he can find all of the serenity they need in a new home. Trapped in an endless maze of dysfunction and unable to see eye-to-eye, Cory and Linda will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?

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  • 8:00
    PM
    HLILIT-308H

    When Karen and Sat bought a house in a mountainside community, they wanted a large family home close to friends and family. 10 years later, they're now a family of four lost in a 5000 square foot house. And this big home came with one tiny problem?a poorly designed layout that Sat can't stand. But Karen thinks, with a little help, they could reorganize the space to the rooms that really need it. Here to find a sensible solution for this family of four are two experts. Realtor Todd will try to entice them with some open concept options. While designer Jillian will redesign they're claustrophobic layout to try to make sense of their compartmentalized mess of a home. Exhausted with trying to make a poorly executed layout work in such a large house, Karen and Sat are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?

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  • 10:00
    PM
    HNT-9213H

    Ohio couple, Bob and Heather, are eager to find a home since they and their kids have been living with Bob's parents. They're targeting spacious homes north of Columbus in Delaware County. Bob wants and older home with lots of charm and character. Heather, on the other hand, would prefer new construction. Can this couple looking for homes on the opposite ends of the spectrum meet somewhere in the middle?

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  • 10:30
    PM
    HHINT-7301H

    David Lazarus-Priestley would have been very content living with his family in the quiet pastures of Wiltshire County, England. On the other hand, his wife Alex wants to show their four year old and two year old sons there's a whole world to explore so, she requested a job transfer to the bustling city of Johannesburg. David usually never steps out of his comfort zone, so getting him to embrace even slight changes can be a challenge for Alex. She knows she'll have to work hard to not only find a spacious home that works for their family, but also help David settle into a life outside rural England in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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  • 11:00
    PM
    HNT-9002H

    Eric and Laura have recently moved to Gilbert, Arizona, for Eric's job, and are looking for a home with room to grow for their family of three. Eric wants a fixer-upper, but Laura wants something move-in ready. Laura's also longing for the colorful Florida landscape they left behind, and is hoping that with their $300,000-plus budget they'll find a home with a taste of the tropics in the desert.

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  • 11:30
    PM
    HHINT-6909H

    After desperately trying to manage his seasonal affective disorder in overcast Vancouver, Andrew decided he could not endure one more Canadian winter. So he and his wife Debbie are retiring early and heading down to sun kissed Mexico. Debbie is there to support Andrew, but she has needs of her own. Newly retired, she wants a home with a few renovation projects to fill up her free time but Andrew just wants to relax in a turnkey property. Find out if real estate agent Diane Barroll can help this conflicted couple compromise in San Carlos, Mexico.

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  • 1:00
    AM
    HNT-9213H

    Ohio couple, Bob and Heather, are eager to find a home since they and their kids have been living with Bob's parents. They're targeting spacious homes north of Columbus in Delaware County. Bob wants and older home with lots of charm and character. Heather, on the other hand, would prefer new construction. Can this couple looking for homes on the opposite ends of the spectrum meet somewhere in the middle?

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  • 1:30
    AM
    HHINT-7301H

    David Lazarus-Priestley would have been very content living with his family in the quiet pastures of Wiltshire County, England. On the other hand, his wife Alex wants to show their four year old and two year old sons there's a whole world to explore so, she requested a job transfer to the bustling city of Johannesburg. David usually never steps out of his comfort zone, so getting him to embrace even slight changes can be a challenge for Alex. She knows she'll have to work hard to not only find a spacious home that works for their family, but also help David settle into a life outside rural England in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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  • 2:00
    AM
    HNT-9002H

    Eric and Laura have recently moved to Gilbert, Arizona, for Eric's job, and are looking for a home with room to grow for their family of three. Eric wants a fixer-upper, but Laura wants something move-in ready. Laura's also longing for the colorful Florida landscape they left behind, and is hoping that with their $300,000-plus budget they'll find a home with a taste of the tropics in the desert.

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  • 2:30
    AM
    HHINT-6909H

    After desperately trying to manage his seasonal affective disorder in overcast Vancouver, Andrew decided he could not endure one more Canadian winter. So he and his wife Debbie are retiring early and heading down to sun kissed Mexico. Debbie is there to support Andrew, but she has needs of her own. Newly retired, she wants a home with a few renovation projects to fill up her free time but Andrew just wants to relax in a turnkey property. Find out if real estate agent Diane Barroll can help this conflicted couple compromise in San Carlos, Mexico.

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  • 3:00
    AM
    HLILIT-308H

    When Karen and Sat bought a house in a mountainside community, they wanted a large family home close to friends and family. 10 years later, they're now a family of four lost in a 5000 square foot house. And this big home came with one tiny problem?a poorly designed layout that Sat can't stand. But Karen thinks, with a little help, they could reorganize the space to the rooms that really need it. Here to find a sensible solution for this family of four are two experts. Realtor Todd will try to entice them with some open concept options. While designer Jillian will redesign they're claustrophobic layout to try to make sense of their compartmentalized mess of a home. Exhausted with trying to make a poorly executed layout work in such a large house, Karen and Sat are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?

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