House Hunters follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for perfect tropical getaways around the world. In Bali, a young options broker tours three high-end, open air villas with modern Asian flair, lush landscaping, and jewel-like pools. A Denver family of six combs the islands of Fiji for a spacious retreat with outdoor living space, and serene ocean views. Finally, a Canadian couple pulls up stakes for good, and heads to the Dominican Republic to start a new, beach-loving adventure.
House Hunters World Tour follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for beautiful homes in the sunny, tropical Caribbean. A London couple takes a big leap of faith by moving the whole family to the natural paradise of Dominica, but will they be ready to part with their life savings in order to buy the house of their dreams? A couple who spends most of their time working on a cruise ship wants to find a perfect getaway in St. Maarten. And in the Dominican Republic, a New Jersey pair looks at both modern condos and cute bungalows in search of a vacation home that they'll enjoy for years to come.
House Hunters World Tour tags along with four couples as they search for beautiful vacation homes in four countries. Chicago professionals Nicole and Matt are looking for a getaway in Roatan that features both amazing tropical views and modern amenities. In Italy, Londoners Peter and Beverly want a relaxing million-dollar retreat that's near the mountains and the beach. Meanwhile, Tony and Heather want to get away from their busy lives in Pennsylvania, so they're searching for the perfect vintage beach bungalow on the New Jersey Shore. And in Spain, Vern and Nicole have to decide between customized contemporary condos, and a charming traditional villa.
House Hunters World Tour follows three couples as they search for the best homes Europe has to offer. In Normandy, France, a family of 8 combs the countryside for a house that has enough space for the kids, and some historic charm, could a 15th century convent be the answer? In the Netherlands, a couple has their hearts set on the ultimate Amsterdam experience: living in a houseboat. And in Italy, husband-and-wife educators want to get out of the city, and raise their young son in a more rural setting. They'll tour both modern homes and rustic properties in the hills outside Bologna before making that crucial decision.
House Hunters World Tour follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for luxury homes in the million-dollar range. Former Olympian Cary Mullen and wife Christina are leaving chilly Canada, to start a new life with their family in sunny Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Will a million dollar budget be enough to get them a beachfront retreat with the views they want, and the family space they need? In Chicago, business partners Jason and Tony are looking for the ultimate high-rise property where they can entertain clients and friends. And in Denver, Colin and Alisabeth hope their $1.6 million budget will afford them a spacious family home with character, stunning landscaping, and top-of-the-line details and finishes.
House Hunters World Tour follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for properties in beautiful, coastal Latin America. A young married couple leaves Denver for a simpler life and new adventure in Montevideo, Uruguay. Will they find a home with equal amounts of local charm and modern convenience? Empty nesters from Texas are ready to spend a cool million on their dream vacation getaway in Costa Rica, but when every home has a fabulous pool and amazing view, how will they choose? And a university administrator says goodbye to rainy London, and hello to sunny Brazil. Now he just needs to decide which home suits his new life as a bar owner: a modern penthouse, or a spacious beachside mansion.
House Hunters World Tour follows three couples as they search for stylish properties with more space than their current homes. Kurt and Dani split their time between Indianapolis and Key West, but they've outgrown their tiny Florida cottage. They've got a million-dollar budget to find a bigger place with vintage Key West charm, and hopefully, a pool. In Los Angeles, Derek and Brian are ready to start a family. But first they have to find a home with the room they need, and the classic Spanish details they want. Finally, James and Sherry have saved for their dream house for nearly 20 years, and now they're going to spend the big bucks in Dallas, Texas. Will they be able to find a 5-bedroom with a pool and all the extras, without breaking their budget?
House Hunters World Tour follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for the home of their dreams in Hawaii. Young marrieds Riane and Patrick are ready to settle down in beautiful Maui, and they're looking for a house with spacious interiors and the quintessential island views. Elisa wants to honor her late husband's memory by purchasing a vacation home the whole extended family can enjoy, but properties come at a premium price on the tiny island of Moloka'i. And Naomi and Billy are looking for some elbow room for their growing family just outside Honolulu, on the island of Oahu. Will a $650,000 budget be enough to find something that's move-in ready, or will they take a chance on a fixer-upper?
House Hunters World Tour follows three couples as they search for the best homes in the west. Dustin and Stacey are moving to Austin to be closer to family, and they're taking a Texas-sized wish list with them. Will they be able to find high-end finishes and a view of Lake Travis, all in one property? Marion and Doug are downsizing from 1300 acres in Wyoming, and starting a new life in the bustling college town of Bozeman, Montana. Does their million-dollar budget guarantee they'll get the rustic charm and mountain views they want? Finally, Dane and Becca have some great expectations in Scottsdale, Arizona. They're starting a family, and need a home that will withstand some growing pains. She wants turn-key, modern style, and he's open to updating a fixer. Can they find a happy medium?
House Hunters World Tour follows three sets of potential buyers as they search for million-dollar luxury condos in major cities. In Philadelphia, Bill and Antonio are willing to spend up to $2 million to find the right home. Will they go for high-rise amenities, or historic charm in Rittenhouse Square? Los Angeles entrepreneur Ashley is following her filmmaker husband to Paris, where she's determined to score the perfect pied-a-terre on the Left Bank. She's taken with some fashionably appointed apartments that are move-in ready, but could a bargain fixer turn her head as well? Finally, Jeff and Lori are relocating to San Francisco for the second time, and now they're ready to make it permanent. They'll have to choose between an historic Edwardian home, and an iconic Victorian painted lady.
Alan Scalone is a single dad who is ready to find a bigger home for his family. Currently in a two-bedroom apartment, Scalone and his daughters, Felicia and Stephanie, need more space. He briefly considered renting a three-bedroom apartment, but because rent was approaching what a mortgage payment would be, he decided to buy. Watch as realtor Deborah McCoy takes the family on their journey toward a new home.
Ann and Rick Lopez are currently living in an adorable cottage that they have fixed up and added many personal touches. Although the two are comfortable living there, it is located on a busy street that can get noisy. Since the couple enjoyed transforming their current home, they welcome a chance to do it again with a new home.
Twenty-nine-year-old Paul Zook is beginning to settle down and wants to buy his own home. While he's starting to mature, this young man still loves his toys, and they take up a lot of space. Is there a house out there with everything Zook wants and enough room for his camping gear, three bicycles and tools?
Susanne and Ted Pahle are a married couple in transition. Ted has a career that has required he and his wife to live in various countries all over the world. This time, they are relocating from the eastern United States to the West Coast. Currently the couple resides in a temporary hotel room, and although they have enjoyed the service the hotel has offered them, the novelty is wearing off. Will these world travelers finally settle down and plant some roots?
Mark Van Der Zalm and Carina Coleman have been living at Coleman's parents' house while they saved money to buy a house of their own. After a few years of saving, they began a search of on their own. At one advertising call, they met realtor Bonnie Fernandez, who showed them one of her listings. Though the home wasn't a perfect fit, the realtor was. Now all they have to do is find the ideal home.
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