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Friday, Sep 4

6:30
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Episode 101

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

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7:00
AM
Episode 102

This family of seven is getting settled in their new farmhouse, but only the two girls are sleeping inside! Jen and Brandon are in the garage apartment, and the boys are camped out in an RV in the backyard while the renovation kicks off. Jen and Brandon work alongside a crew to demo the entire first floor of the farmhouse to create the open floor plan they've always wanted. They add new structural beams to support the second level and build a stunning new dining room from scratch.

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7:30
AM
Episode 301

Tarek and Christina are contacted by their friend and fellow flipper, Jessie Rodriguez, who has purchased a craftsman style home in an historic area of Santa Ana, California. While Jessie specializes in renovating older, architecturally significant homes, Tarek and Christina are experts at bringing in a flip on schedule and on budget. It will take both skillsets to finish and sell this project for a profit, and Jessie is hoping to strike a partnership. Can Tarek, Christina, and Jessie combine the speed and cost of a flip with the detailed craftsmanship of a renovation to deliver on this custom craftsman flip?

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8:00
AM
Episode 302

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a short sale property in Long Beach, California that looks like a promising investment project, save for one small issue: the massive renovations the previous owners began are only partly finished. With the house in various states of disrepair, Tarek and Christina are excited to have a clean slate for design but cautious about the problems that could be lurking in a homeowner's do-it-yourself renovation. Can Tarek and Christina bring this abandoned home out of renovation limbo or could their own rehab woes turn this project into an abandoned flip?

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8:30
AM
Episode 303

Tarek and Christina come across a listing for a newer home in Yorba Linda, California that has great potential but has seen better days. The owner is motivated to sell quickly which could yield an enticing deal; but it also means Tarek and Christina won't have much time to inspect if they want to wrap up this investment property. The home is newer and will require mostly cosmetic fixes, but a series of cracks inside and outside have piqued Tarek and Christina's interest. Can they handle the problems hidden throughout this house or will they crack up before they can finish this cracked flip?

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9:00
AM
Episode 304

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a small and outdated property in Downey, California that has potential to be a fast, cosmetic flip. Tarek believes the reward will outweigh the risk and they buy the property. But as renovation begins, problems and disagreements rise to the top. Will this project prove the rule that good things really do come in small packages or could it be Tarek and Christina that are left feeling small after this dinky flip?

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9:30
AM
Episode 305

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a small house that's aggressively priced and could be a lucrative deal based on comparable sales in the neighborhood. They go to inspect the house before making a decision and find it boarded up and in rough shape. Despite its condition, the numbers are promising and they've done well in this area before. They decide to take the calculated risk and buy the home, its interior still sight unseen. Can Tarek and Christina keep this project under control to see risk through to reward or could hidden troubles turn this house into a toxic flip?

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10:00
AM
Episode 306

Tarek and Christina are contacted by friend and investor, Pete de Best. Pete has found a newer construction home in Orange, California that needs cosmetic updating and should prove to be a fast, simple flip. But while Tarek and Pete are ready to move quickly on their inexpensive game plan, Christina is not so easily convinced. Can the trio work together to turn this homely property around or will Tarek be left choosing sides in this battle of thrifty versus glitzy?

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10:30
AM
Episode 307

Tarek and Christina find a listing in Norwalk, California with such an attractive opportunity for profit based on comparable properties that they immediately make an offer on the property, sight unseen. With 48 hours to back out or complete the deal, they call in several contractors to walk the property and present a competitive bid. But as work on this weathered house begins, will Tarek and Christina be able to maintain their projected profit margin or will a bursting budget dig this flip into a money pit?

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11:00
AM
Episode 309

Tarek and Christina come across a For Sale By Owner property in Garden Grove, California. This type of sale is always exciting for a flipper because it means no real estate agent commissions and an opportunity to negotiate a fair sale price. The house is in good shape and looks to need only cosmetic repairs and improvements. But in the business of flipping, one can rarely judge an old house by its finishes and it is truly what's on the inside that counts. Can Tarek and Christina deal with the hidden problems of an old house or will their hopes of a fast and easy flip turn out to be nothing but pipe dreams?

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11:30
AM
Episode 310

Tarek and Christina are busier than ever with their growing business. As a result, when a fellow flipper contacts them about partnering on a house and he wants to split the time, money, and profit 50/50, they are very interested. But flipping is not a team sport; it's a competitive business and trade secrets are a closely guarded commodity. Can Tarek and Christina play both mentor and business partner? Will they all see eye to eye on budget and design, or could disagreement dissolve friendship and profit into a flip with the enemy?

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12:00
PM
Episode 7201

Former beauty queen, Lisa, and her husband, Tri, a retired professional football player, just had a baby girl. Now they're ready to buy their first home in the Philadelphia suburbs. Tri's needs are simple: he wants a big backyard where he can play sports with his friends, and a private space to escape the ladies now and then. But Lisa's list of demands is longer: she wants fancy finishes, a beautiful exterior, upgraded bathrooms and lots of space. Will the couple be able to find a place that suits both of their needs?

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12:30
PM
Episode 4711

Roger and Sue Wright have been visiting their personal paradise of Playa del Carmen for twenty years and in the past three have gotten serious about purchasing a vacation home. But this couple has never found their perfect property. Now their real estate agent has some big news and they have one last chance to find a new home. But can they finally have their ah-ha moment when House Hunters International dips south of the border, to Playa del Carmen, Mexico?

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1:00
PM
Episode 213

PJ and Aimee have been married four years and live in Tallahassee, Florida. After the recent birth of their first child, Tyler, and potentially more kids on the way, they need a larger living space. Having both grown up near the water, they're interested in finding a lake house for the tranquility and outdoor recreation it would offer them every day. They've narrowed their search to the northeastern side of town, a neighborhood brimming with lakeside possibilities. Concerned they may not be able to check off every item on their wish list, while staying on budget, PJ and Aimee have enlisted real estate agent, Chip Williams. They're hoping Chip can help transform their lakefront dreams into reality for under $350,000.

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1:30
PM
Episode 203

Tommy needs a house with a project and Laura just wants turnkey ready. After hunting for lakefront homes in several different states, this couple is ready to call the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine their second home. They enlist the help of local real estate agent, Diane Monaco, to help them find the perfect getaway home that the couple can agree on all for under $230,000.

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2:00
PM
Episode 209

Raised in a small mountain town near Lake Tahoe, Tim and Tina always pictured themselves living on a lake. With all of their roots now in Charleston, SC, they're seeking a lakefront lodge a short drive away on Lake Keowee, SC. With the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop, Lake Keowee has all of the hiking, fishing, and water sporting the couple and their family could ever want. With the help of real estate agent Mike Roach, Tim and Tina are putting the spotlight on a family base for under $350,000.

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2:30
PM
Episode 104

Tim and Kelly spend their weeks working and taking care of their son, Jake. Ready to finally spend deserved time away from the hustle and bustle of their life in Minneapolis, the couple sets out to discover the perfect cabin by the lake. In love with the Wisconsin cabin lifestyle, Tim and Kelly reach out to local real estate agent, Dave McNulty, to help them find the perfect lakefront home in the Northwoods area all for under $325,000.

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3:00
PM
Episode 201

Nick and Marie are from the Rochester area of upstate New York. Self proclaimed workaholics, they would love to find a vacation home where they can not only escape the stress of their hectic work schedule but also spend quality time with their two grown daughters, Alyssa and Angela. Nick and Marie have always found the water to be very soothing, and they feel a lake house would provide the perfect backdrop for optimal family relaxation. They've targeted the quaint, countryside town of Penn Yan, which sits on Keuka Lake, one of the eleven Finger Lakes in Western New York. With the assistance of real estate agent, Mark Moon, Nick and Marie hope to land a lakefront sanctuary for under $325,000.

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3:30
PM
Episode 207

Ken and Ro are looking to find a lakeside retreat to escape their busy lifestyles during the week. After spending many weekends at Table Rock Lake in Southwestern Missouri, they know that its crystal clear waters and miles of shoreline will provide a perfect oasis from their daily lives. But finding a lakeside home that meets all of their needs, in their budget of $350,000 is no easy feat. With the help of local real estate agent, Linda Schlax, Ken and Ro set out to find their perfect lake escape.

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4:00
PM
Episode 212

A young Alabama couple, Lacey and John, have decided to return home to their native Lake Martin from bustling Birmingham. They agree that a return to the water's edge, where all their family is located, is the best place to put down roots and start a brood of their own. They enlist the help of local real estate agent, and Lacey's mom, Linda, to help them achieve their dream home on the water for only $375,000. After all, mother knows best!

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4:30
PM
Episode 102

A job opportunity for Mike has moved the DeBell family from the California coast to Colorado, but without a nearby ocean they are feeling very disconnected to the drink. They've decided in order to get closer to the water; a vacation home in nearby Summit County is a must. But with Mike's busy work schedule, Lisa is searching solo with her son, Andrew, for a lakefront retreat to bring the family back together and back to nature. Wanting to spend less than $299,000, mother and son enlist the help of real estate agent, Sara Austin, to help them choose a home in the beautiful Colorado Rockies, without breaking the bank.

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5:00
PM
Episode 210

Janet and David enjoy taking their boat out for weekend excursions, cruising the local lakes in and around their hometown of Asheville, North Carolina. But they've found that the constant traveling and trailering of their vessel takes up too much valuable time that could be spent relaxing on the water. They're ready to streamline things and find peaceful respite, a place where they can walk out the front door, jump in their boat and hit the water at a moments notice. After doing some research, they've narrowed their search to Lake Greenwood, South Carolina. While they both agree on it being lakeside, David wants a sizable home while Janet prefers a cozy cabin with less upkeep. With the help of real estate agent, Jonathan Wiley, they hope to get on the same page and find a lakefront retreat for under $240,000.

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5:30
PM
Episode 103

Kevin, Melinda, and their three kids love spending their weekend lakeside unwinding under the sun. Ready to make vacation life a weekly ritual, Kevin and Melinda enlist the help of lakefront real estate specialist, Hunter Croan, to help them find the perfect second home. With a budget of $375,000 Hunter is ready to show the couple the different lakefront properties Seguin, TX has to offer.

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6:00
PM
Episode 202

Eddie and Michaela hope to find a home on the lake to escape the hustle and bustle of their lives during the week. They know that the beauty and laid back lifestyle of Kerr Lake in Clarksville, VA suits their needs perfectly; with lush, wooded surroundings, ample fishing and miles and miles of pristine shores. But, finding a lake house suitable for a family of four and in their budget of $250,000 has its challenges. With the help of local real estate agent, Bill Baker, Eddie and Michaela set out to find their home away from home.

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6:30
PM
Episode 101

Gail and Picha grew up spending their summers by the lake and have always dreamt of giving their four daughters the same vacation experiences. Only an hour and a half outside of their St. Louis, MO hometown, Innsbrook Resort is the perfect weekend escape for the family. Ready to make their dreams a reality, the couple enlists the help of real estate agent, Dan Dieckmann, to find them a lakeside retreat all for under $225,000.

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7:00
PM
Episode 301

When Joyce and Steven bought their mountainside charmer twelve years ago, they knew it needed some work, but loved all the space. But once reality set in, the couple realized it was more than they could handle. Steven thinks it's time to move on to greener pastures, but Joyce believes the house could be fixed up with some help. Enter Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try to make better use of all the space inside with a brand new redesign, while Todd believes he can solve all their problems with a smaller more functional home. With opposing views of what to do with the poorly designed space, Joyce and Steven have to decide- will they love their home again or will they list it?

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8:00
PM
Episode 102

Looking to leave their busy L.A. life behind, Dan, Cindy and their 4 kids are moving to rural upstate New York, and downsizing from 2500 square feet to a tiny home of less than 600 square feet. They're budgeting just 100 square feet per person, which will be a major change for them all. Buying the home with their all cash budget will allow them the freedom to travel and live debt-free. But after looking at miniscule fixers with only 1 bedroom, and a rustic cabin in the woods with an outhouse as its bathroom, will the realities of going tiny be too much to handle for this family with young kids?

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8:30
PM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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9:00
PM
Episode 101

Newlyweds Adam and Karen are tired of city life, so they're trading their 750-square-foot condo in Jersey City, NJ, for a place in the country. The catch? They want to downsize, so they're looking for a tiny house on a large secluded plot of land. But exactly how tiny the house should be is up for debate. Sustainability consultant Adam thinks they should go for something less than 500 square feet, while Karen's idea of downsizing isn't quite so radical. As a teacher and artist, she still wants to have room for her art supplies and paintings, not to mention her clothes! And that's not the end of their disagreements: Adam thinks they should forego a septic system and get a composting toilet, an idea that Karen is definitely not okay with. She wants something that flushes! Can these two work out their differences and find the tiny house of their dreams?

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9:30
PM
Episode 204

Recently retired, Cyndy's looking to make a BIG change. She's starting a new life and trading in her conventionally-sized town house in the Colorado cold for a tiny home on the Big Island of Hawaii - her dream destination. Her daughter Hannah's traveled to The Big Island during her college spring break and together they're searching for a tiny house on wheels where Cyndy can live a green lifestyle off the grid. But with a budget of $60,000 and a taste for the ecelectic, will Cyndy find her perfect tiny home in paradise?

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10:00
PM
Episode 10110

A firefighter and an environmental scientist love history and charm, so they're looking for an historical home in rural New Jersey. But finding one that has all the detail they love without breaking the bank might be a tall order.

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10:30
PM
Episode 7906

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.

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11:00
PM
Episode 10103

Nashville newlyweds have totally different visions of a home together. She wants traditional and stately. He wants split-level, laid back and casual. Will they find wedded bliss with a house that they both can agree on?

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11:30
PM
Episode 7610

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.

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12:00
AM
Episode 101

Newlyweds Adam and Karen are tired of city life, so they're trading their 750-square-foot condo in Jersey City, NJ, for a place in the country. The catch? They want to downsize, so they're looking for a tiny house on a large secluded plot of land. But exactly how tiny the house should be is up for debate. Sustainability consultant Adam thinks they should go for something less than 500 square feet, while Karen's idea of downsizing isn't quite so radical. As a teacher and artist, she still wants to have room for her art supplies and paintings, not to mention her clothes! And that's not the end of their disagreements: Adam thinks they should forego a septic system and get a composting toilet, an idea that Karen is definitely not okay with. She wants something that flushes! Can these two work out their differences and find the tiny house of their dreams?

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12:30
AM
Episode 204

Recently retired, Cyndy's looking to make a BIG change. She's starting a new life and trading in her conventionally-sized town house in the Colorado cold for a tiny home on the Big Island of Hawaii - her dream destination. Her daughter Hannah's traveled to The Big Island during her college spring break and together they're searching for a tiny house on wheels where Cyndy can live a green lifestyle off the grid. But with a budget of $60,000 and a taste for the ecelectic, will Cyndy find her perfect tiny home in paradise?

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1:00
AM
Episode 10110

A firefighter and an environmental scientist love history and charm, so they're looking for an historical home in rural New Jersey. But finding one that has all the detail they love without breaking the bank might be a tall order.

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1:30
AM
Episode 7906

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.

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2:00
AM
Episode 10103

Nashville newlyweds have totally different visions of a home together. She wants traditional and stately. He wants split-level, laid back and casual. Will they find wedded bliss with a house that they both can agree on?

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2:30
AM
Episode 7610

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.

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3:00
AM
Episode 102

Looking to leave their busy L.A. life behind, Dan, Cindy and their 4 kids are moving to rural upstate New York, and downsizing from 2500 square feet to a tiny home of less than 600 square feet. They're budgeting just 100 square feet per person, which will be a major change for them all. Buying the home with their all cash budget will allow them the freedom to travel and live debt-free. But after looking at miniscule fixers with only 1 bedroom, and a rustic cabin in the woods with an outhouse as its bathroom, will the realities of going tiny be too much to handle for this family with young kids?

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3:30
AM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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