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Tuesday, Jan 20

6:30
AM
Episode 212

Jeana and Bryan Deleon are really tired of their family room. It's dated, with 1980's style ash wood paneling on all the walls. The room also has an all-brick fireplace and a living area dominated by a puffy leather sectional sofa that is large, but which significantly limits the number of people who can comfortably occupy the space. The room's color palette is monochromatic brown due to the paneling, the leather and the brick. Jeana would like to effect a total transformation, and Bryan would like this as well, while keeping costs down as much as possible.Donna creates a completely new look by painting the paneling a modest cream color, which, because it matches the carpet, opens up the room and gives it a much more modern and sophisticated feel. She replaces the dated leather sectional sofa with a stylish and colorful new scallop-backed sectional that her upholsterer Arturo creates by stripping down and restructuring an existing sofa and love seat that occupied another room. On the fireplace, Donna installs an ornate new surround made of decorative cast stone with a black fossil stone top. Donna also paints the brick in the over mantel black, a bold move that gave Jeana and Bryan some concern when she first presented the idea to them, but which they love when they see the result. Another client, Ron, has a condo that he feels lacks unity of design and that also needs a personal touch. The existing furniture is mismatched and uncomfortable, with no unifying theme, and the overall effect is rather bland. The dining table and chairs are cold and stark, there's no lighting, and the metal chairs give the dining area somewhat of an industrial feel. To personalize the space, Donna and Ashley create a display of Ron's family photographs and postcards from his hometown by framing the items and mounting them on hinged panels that they've covered in an attractive burlap fabric. In the dining area, Donna replaces the metal chairs with comfortable and plush fabric chairs, and places a matching banquette on one side of the dining table. She paints the adjoining wall a striking, yet warm, array of metallic bronze hues, and illuminates the area with a sophisticated and unique light fixture featuring large glass spheres suspended from stainless steel cables.

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7:00
AM
Episode 811

Melissa Meyers and her family have relocated to California for her teenaged daughter's acting career, and they're trying to sell their place on the UES. The empty apartment has already been on the market for six months with another agent, and Melissa won't budge on the price. Dan and Kim Kelleher cannot understand why their apartment isn't selling. They insist it's a hidden gem in Manhattan and they need Doug Heddings to help them get that across to a buyer as soon as possible because their family is rapidly outgrowing the place. But Doug's having a hard time getting potential buyers to overlook a $4k monthly maintenance fee.

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7:30
AM
Episode HINPR-506H

Rosalina and Arun bought a stunning 1897 grand detached Victorian home. In the past it has been a rooming house and a hair salon with residential units. Their initial intention was to live on the second & third floors and continue to rent out the main floor and basement separately and use the income to bring the house back to its original splendour. Fast-forward 5 years and major basement apartment issues later (flood, mould, asbestos, etc.), and Arun and Rosalina are exhausted financially and emotionally. Now with Arun's 3 kids moving in they need to maximize their living space and take over the main floor in addition to the upper two floors for everyone's sanity. They have lost their vision with the basement apartment due to all the setbacks. They need Income Property's help.

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8:00
AM
Episode 812

Eve and Grant have a growing family, and are ready to buy their first home, but it needs to have an income property so they can afford to visit Grant's family in Australia every year. Scott takes them to see a detached bungalow, a purpose built triplex and a two-story family home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 804

Ann-Marie and Scott have big dreams of traveling the world, and to help finance their adventures, they need to invest in an income property. Scott helps them choose between a downtown condo, a house with student rental potential, and a 2-unit bungalow.

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10:00
AM
Episode 807

Sarah and Jim are blending their families, and together they have five daughters to put through college. They're gearing up for an expensive future with an ambitious investment plan to buy four income properties in five years. Scott helps them decide between a detached back-split, a tenanted semi-detached bungalow, and a single family home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 802

After suffering the sudden and tragic loss of her husband, Deb decides she wants to help her daughter Sarah and her son-in-law Matt buy a home with an income property to start them on the right foot. Mom will live in the suite until she gets back on her feet, then Matt and Sarah will rent it out down the road. Scott and the trio tour a new build, a bungalow, and a 2-story home with student rental potential.

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12:00
PM
Episode 7202

Boston-area residents, Andrea and Steve, have always loved Cape Cod. Now they've decided to buy a vacation house in the town of Falmouth. They want enough space for themselves and their three grown children, with extra room for guests. Steve wants a place as close to the water as possible, and doesn't mind doing some construction to make the house perfect. Andrea on the other hand prefers to be near the center of town, and doesn't want to take on any projects. Will the couple be able to find the right place for them, or will Cape Cod just have to wait?

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12:30
PM
Episode 5405

After two years of waiting Patricia has finally been transferred to Paris for her work as a nutritionist. Her desire for an apartment with Parisian charm and a mix of modern décor presents a challenge in finding the perfect home. With the help of her friend Ulla, Patricia is on the hunt for a new home to live a healthy life in Paris. Find out what happens when House Hunters International goes to Paris, France!

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1:00
PM
Episode 7513

Greg, Wendy and their three young girls are ready to escape the snow in Manitoba, Canada, and buy a vacation home near Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. With a million dollar budget, they're looking for a home with all the bells and whistles; something near the theme park with a pool, a theater room, and plenty of guest rooms for all their relatives. But with their long wishlist, this house hunt may turn out to be more work than vacation.

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1:30
PM
Episode 7310

After moving to Fayetteville, Georgia, for a new job as a pastor, Jim and his wife, Laura, have decided to buy a home there. With a budget of $220,000 - $250,000 they're looking for a large 4-bedroom house with a stately yet inviting exterior, hardwood floors, crown molding, a large kitchen with upgraded countertops, and a wooded backyard. Laura wants a formal dining room that's big enough for her family heirloom furniture. Their two daughters want a large backyard with a pool, but Jim is concerned about the maintenance.

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2:00
PM
Episode 7406

Teacher, Richie, and Adminstrative Assistant, Monica, love the country life, but would like to shorten their commutes by moving closer to the city. They agree on finding a home with enough land for their horses, but he wants move-in ready, while she wants an older house with charm that she can personalize.

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2:30
PM
Episode 7512

J.L. and Erica currently live on the top floor of a Chicago rental, but since they're planning to start a family they've decided it's time to buy their first home. Erica wants a modern home that doesn't have stairs. J.L. prefers a bungalow, and is focused on a nice deck where he can deep fry turkeys. Can they find a place that will meet their needs, or will they be stuck in their walk-up rental?

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3:00
PM
Episode 7506

After remodeling their dream home in San Francisco, Brad and Heather decided to move south to Silicon Valley to be closer to Brad's job. But in this competitive tech enclave, finding a new place won't be easy, even with 2 million dollars to spend. And since Heather is herself a real estate agent, the pressure will be on for her to find them a new dream home.

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3:30
PM
Episode 7805

Recent Virginia Beach tranplants and newlyweds, Corey and Michelle, are looking to buy their first home. Corey, who travels a lot for work, is just looking for a place that has little maintenance and a man cave where he can unwind. An Oahu native, Michelle's looking for a place that's walking distance to the beach, and has a formal dining area to entertain, a large kitchen with all updated appliances, and a brick exterior like the house she grew up in. She's completely opposed to ranches and homes that have bedrooms on the first floor, for fear of break-ins.

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4:00
PM
Episode 7604

Newlyweds, Harrison and Leah, moved to Denver a year ago, and love their new city so much they're ready to buy their first home there. Both are hoping to find an older home with vintage charm, close to the restaurants and nightlife of downtown. But while Harrison is open to an attached home, Leah dreams of owning a single-family place. Their biggest challenge: the booming Denver housing market, which may prevent their $450,000 budget from going as far as they'd expected.

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4:30
PM
Episode 7601

Newlyweds, Troy and Tammy, are searching communities an hour south of Salt Lake City for a 3 bed, 2 bath home. They have a budget of $180,000, but are not on the same page when it comes to what they want in their first place. Tammy is looking for a single family fixer, while Troy is pushing for a move-in ready condo or townhouse. Adding to the challenge, 6'6" Troy needs high ceilings and a tall shower. Tammy, on the other hand, wants a white kitchen and, as a couponer, a large pantry. With a combined sibling count of 17 brothers and sisters between them, they also need enough entertaining space for family gatherings.

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5:00
PM
Episode 8204

After moving from Los Angeles to her hometown of Honolulu, Hawaii, Tiffani and her husband Brian are searching for their first home. The problem is Brian, a mainlander, dreams of living right by the ocean where he can kayak and enjoy the beach. Having grown up in Hawaii, Tiffani is all too familiar with the damage salt water can cause on a home and is concerned about the long-term maintenance. She's pushing to live farther inland. Adding to the challenge, they're discovering that their $800,000 budget doesn't buy you much in paradise.

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5:30
PM
Episode 7009

Jennifer Lucas has just been transferred to Little Rock, Arkansas. Now she and her husband, Adam, want to buy a home here, but they want completely different lifestyles. She wants a populated neighbrohood close to work. He wants to live in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by nature. This young married will couple will have to make some compromises to find the home that works for both of them in their new hometown.

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6:00
PM
Episode 8208

Will and Katy have just moved from Chicago to Nashville to pursue careers in the country music business and are anxious to buy their first home. Will wants a single story ranch in the country while Katy prefers a two story craftsman in the city. With a budget of up to $250,000, they'll have to learn to sing in real estate harmony if they want to find a home.

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6:30
PM
Episode 7909

Dave loves a good project. But his wife, Meredith, has lived through his renovations before, and wants a turnkey home this time around. And with his recent job transfer to Houston, they need to find a house fast. Finding a place with a big kitchen, a dedicated home office for her, and a big yard for the dog would be challenging even if they were on the same page about remodeling. They'll have to hunt down just the right balance of projects and updates to keep each other happy.

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7:00
PM
Episode 103

Chip and Jo take clients Becky and Heath Ivy to the suburbs of Woodway, Texas in search of a contemporary home for their growing family and Heath's thriving business. They tour three houses with three completely different styles and three unique construction challenges for Chip and Jo. Will they choose the ugly all-brown water-damaged house with the great location, the 1960s traditional with a detached man-cave or the 1970s funky fixer upper with an atrium at the center? After moving eight times, the Ivys are ready to stay put in the right place. The pressure is on for Chip and Jo to renovate a retro residence into the Ivy's last home.

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8:00
PM
Episode 205

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Kelsey and Trip Purks on a tour through three classic homes in the historic Dean Highland neighborhood of Waco, Texas. The Purks have been renting for three years and are now ready to buy their own little piece of Texas. They'd like to avoid a cookie cutter home preferring an older home with lots of character but with the opportunity to make their own mark. They're looking for an open floor plan with a big kitchen in a neighborhood lined with big trees, wide sidewalks, and quiet roads located close to downtown. Their biggest fear is getting in over their heads with a historic home that may have lots of hidden costs. Will they choose the 1920's cottage with lots of character but only one bathroom, the 1940s 'Dutch Door House' with the foundation issues, or the 1930s timeless brick Tudor with the hobbit-like front door? The Gaines have their work cut out for them with these historic wonders that are plagued with old age issues. Will the Purks' fears be realized when they face pricey repairs on their vintage fixer upper?

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9:00
PM
Episode 202

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Genny and Russ Davis on a tour through three homes in Woodway, Texas. Woodway is considered "upper-crust", an established neighborhood with older homes, large trees and massive yards. They want to move to Woodway because of the city's reputable school district. However, Genny Davis is a real estate agent and Russ builds new homes for a living and they are a bit reluctant to move into a fixer upper - a fact that distresses Chip but inspires Joanna. Will the Davis' choose the "Tree House" with the pool, massive fireplace and monster tree blocking the front door? Or will it be the asymmetrical "Stonehenge House" Chip says looks like an airplane and Russ describes as over-the-top masculine? Or maybe they'll choose the third house with the shared driveway on a quiet cul-de-sac? The drama escalates when an unexpected permit problem costing 30,000 dollars threatens to turn this fixer upper into a flop. Will the Davis' jump ship and build a new home instead?

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10:00
PM
Episode 9611

De'Andre and Tasha are newlyweds buying their first home in the North Dallas suburbs. She wants a Craftsman style home with all the built-ins and character they come with, but it has to be new construction with contemporary features, too. De'Andre wants modern design, a work-out room, and a big game room to watch sports with his friends. Does a house like that exist?

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10:30
PM
Episode 6605

When real estate agent Jennifer moved to Granada for a new adventure, she never thought she would be the co-founder of an animal rescue. Now with true ties to the community, she wants to fully commit to city she loves, by making the leap to homeownership in Nicaragua. Acting as her own agent has yielded no results, so she's asked her friend and co-worker Carlos to help her think outside of the box. But the more homes he shows her, the more he realizes that Jennifer has been her own worst enemy. Her modest budget just doesn't allow all the things she wants and Carlos knows she'll have to compromise. Watch when House Hunters International dreams big in Granada, Nicaragua.

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11:00
PM
Episode 109

Chip and Joanna Gaines are in Robinson, Texas, looking for a farmhouse for clients Rebecca and Joel Mahan. The couple are family physicians with three kids of their own and more on the way. The Mahans plan to adopt several foster children and need at least 4 bedrooms and 5 acres to accommodate their growing family. Joel says he's ready to cowboy up and live like a farmer even though he doesn't even own a lawn mower. Joanna calls the project 'tricky' after hearing unfavorable feedback from Joel on the Gaines farmhouse followed by a dose of buyer's remorse. Can the Gaines appease this doc's despair? Or have these physicians taken on more than they can handle?

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12:00
AM
Episode 202

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Genny and Russ Davis on a tour through three homes in Woodway, Texas. Woodway is considered "upper-crust", an established neighborhood with older homes, large trees and massive yards. They want to move to Woodway because of the city's reputable school district. However, Genny Davis is a real estate agent and Russ builds new homes for a living and they are a bit reluctant to move into a fixer upper - a fact that distresses Chip but inspires Joanna. Will the Davis' choose the "Tree House" with the pool, massive fireplace and monster tree blocking the front door? Or will it be the asymmetrical "Stonehenge House" Chip says looks like an airplane and Russ describes as over-the-top masculine? Or maybe they'll choose the third house with the shared driveway on a quiet cul-de-sac? The drama escalates when an unexpected permit problem costing 30,000 dollars threatens to turn this fixer upper into a flop. Will the Davis' jump ship and build a new home instead?

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1:00
AM
Episode 9611

De'Andre and Tasha are newlyweds buying their first home in the North Dallas suburbs. She wants a Craftsman style home with all the built-ins and character they come with, but it has to be new construction with contemporary features, too. De'Andre wants modern design, a work-out room, and a big game room to watch sports with his friends. Does a house like that exist?

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1:30
AM
Episode 6605

When real estate agent Jennifer moved to Granada for a new adventure, she never thought she would be the co-founder of an animal rescue. Now with true ties to the community, she wants to fully commit to city she loves, by making the leap to homeownership in Nicaragua. Acting as her own agent has yielded no results, so she's asked her friend and co-worker Carlos to help her think outside of the box. But the more homes he shows her, the more he realizes that Jennifer has been her own worst enemy. Her modest budget just doesn't allow all the things she wants and Carlos knows she'll have to compromise. Watch when House Hunters International dreams big in Granada, Nicaragua.

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2:00
AM
Episode 109

Chip and Joanna Gaines are in Robinson, Texas, looking for a farmhouse for clients Rebecca and Joel Mahan. The couple are family physicians with three kids of their own and more on the way. The Mahans plan to adopt several foster children and need at least 4 bedrooms and 5 acres to accommodate their growing family. Joel says he's ready to cowboy up and live like a farmer even though he doesn't even own a lawn mower. Joanna calls the project 'tricky' after hearing unfavorable feedback from Joel on the Gaines farmhouse followed by a dose of buyer's remorse. Can the Gaines appease this doc's despair? Or have these physicians taken on more than they can handle?

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3:00
AM
Episode 205

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Kelsey and Trip Purks on a tour through three classic homes in the historic Dean Highland neighborhood of Waco, Texas. The Purks have been renting for three years and are now ready to buy their own little piece of Texas. They'd like to avoid a cookie cutter home preferring an older home with lots of character but with the opportunity to make their own mark. They're looking for an open floor plan with a big kitchen in a neighborhood lined with big trees, wide sidewalks, and quiet roads located close to downtown. Their biggest fear is getting in over their heads with a historic home that may have lots of hidden costs. Will they choose the 1920's cottage with lots of character but only one bathroom, the 1940s 'Dutch Door House' with the foundation issues, or the 1930s timeless brick Tudor with the hobbit-like front door? The Gaines have their work cut out for them with these historic wonders that are plagued with old age issues. Will the Purks' fears be realized when they face pricey repairs on their vintage fixer upper?

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