Even though Barbara is settled in New Jersey, she's ready to shake up her life and move to New Orleans to be with her partner Dale. They've been in a long distance relationship for the past few years and they've decided they don't want to be apart any longer. But after 40 years in the same large suburban home, downsizing to city life isn't going to be easy for Barbara. Can she find a New Orleans home that will make the transition a little easier?
Jeff and Lori recently returned to the West coast after living in New York for the past couple of years. Now they're on the hunt for a new place to call home in San Francisco. They're hoping to find a spacious two bedroom house that has a patio area and a place to store their wine collection. Their real estate agent has several amazing homes lined up for Jeff and Lori to take a look at. They range from a historic Edwardian home to a landmark Victorian house that's a popular tourist attraction in the Bay area. They'll tour three places before deciding which of these amazing historic homes will work for them.
This is the third time Seana, a musician, has been on House Hunters. She bought her first home in Los Angeles, California and the second place in Nashville, Tennessee - this time around, she's sharing the spotlight with her new husband Michael. While they love his 1920 house in Columbia, Tennessee, it's just too big at 5500 square feet. Plus, they want to be closer to, or in, Nashville. They definitely want to downsize, but they aren't exactly sure what kind of house they want to buy. Their real estate agent Kassandra Green will show them a beautifully restored house built in 1898, a dated lake front home and a completely updated place. Can these newlyweds decide which one is the perfect place to start their lives together?
Greg and Carolyn are Ph.Ds at Stanford, who love living in their San Mateo home with their three kids, Gabby, Sam and Eleanor. But, Greg got a job offer in Huntsville, Alabama that he couldn't refuse. While they're excited at the opportunity, it comes at a tough time. They want Sam to finish his senior year in high school in California and to have Eleanor start middle school in Alabama. So, for nearly a year, Carolyn will stay with Sam and Greg will move to Huntsville with Eleanor. They hope to find a house that will ease the sting of this separation. With over a million dollars to spend, they see three beautiful homes. Which one will be the perfect place for their entire family?
After coping with a devastating layoff, Tina's bouncing back in a big way, with a brand-new job and enough savings to buy her very first home in Tampa, Florida. But can her realtor come up with a place that'll satisfy Tina and her best friend?
Parents-to-be Lindsay and Tom sold their Chicago condo more quickly than they expected, and now they're in a hurry to buy a new home in the suburb of Gurnee, Illinois. With a budget of $500,000, can they find a house with an updated interior and a spacious backyard before the baby comes?
Oil company engineer Kristle has a new work assignment that'll require her to commute to Alaska every 3 weeks for the next year, and she wants to buy her first home before she goes. With help from her best friend, will she find a place that satisfies her extensive wish list and her $185,000 budget?
College sweethearts Adam and Angela are ready to buy their first home in Lebanon, Tennessee. They're eager to find a home quickly because Angela is pregnant with their first child, and they've been living at Adam's parents' house. Their budget is $250,000 - $300,000, and Realtor Brian Copeland is optimistic he'll find them just the right home. The first place he shows them is listed for $226,000 and has 2400 square feet, but the Interstate is close by and noisy. The second home is listed for $269,000 and has 2700 square feet but the corner lot did not impress them. The third home has 2600 square feet but the price, $284,000, is at the top of their budget. They've chosen the name Gentry for their baby daughter, now all they have to do is choose the house she'll grow up in!
Robert and his partner Jon have outgrown their small downtown Seattle apartment, so they're on the hunt for a larger place in the Northern Seattle area. They're hoping to find a spacious townhome with a large kitchen, lots of closet space and an extra room they can use for crafts. Location is important because they don't want to be too far from downtown. Their realtor Gene Seguin will take them to three great properties in various areas of Northern Seattle. After touring the homes Robert and Jon will have to make a tough decision since each place has a number of pros and cons. Will they go with the cottage style townhome that has smaller bedrooms, the home with great upgrades but on a noisy street, or the most spacious home located farthest from downtown?
After her first offer on a condo fell through, 26-year-old Ashley is ready to brave the real estate market again as she searches for a starter home in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland. Can she find a place that's stylish and updated, without going over her $300,000 budget?
Angie never imagined she'd be starting over at this point in her life. But in the last year alone she weathered both a divorce and a job re-location from New Orleans to Jackson, Mississippi. Her company has been putting her up in a hotel for eight months, and Angie is eager to buy a home of her own and lay down some roots in her new town. Her budget is $200,000 and she wants enough space to host her family when they visit from New Orleans. Her Real Estate Agent is Amber Johnson, and Angie's friend Liz will also be helping her find just the right place. The first house they look at is move-in ready, but it's the most expensive, listed at $200,000. The second house sits on the largest property, an acre and a half, and it has the lowest price tag of $135,000. But it might be too large for Angie to maintain on her own. The third home is listed for $145,000, and it feels like it's just the right size to Angie. But it needs a lot of work, and Angie is not sure she's up to the task. Which home will become the site of Angie's next chapter in life?
Vern just started working at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He loves his new job, but isn't crazy about his current living situation. Vern and his wife and daughter are all staying in a campus residence hall that is also sorority housing at the University. Aside from the space being too small, Vern and his wife Katherine want to find a place more suitable for a family. They're hoping to find a home with a large kitchen and a guest room for Katherine's family to stay in when they visit from China. Additionally, they'd like a house that meets Katherine's feng shui requirements. Their realtor will take them to several homes in the Knoxville area, but the real challenge is finding one that both Vern and Katherine agree on.
Wendy has been going through a divorce and as part of the settlement she has to move out of her four bedroom waterfront home. She's decided to leave the suburbs and find a smaller place in downtown St. Petersburg. She's hoping to find a three bedroom condo or townhouse where she and her daughter can make a fresh start. Wendy has a budget of $500,000 for her real estate agent Georgia Naruns to work with. But Georgia isn't the only one helping Wendy find a place. Wendy's best friend Lara will join in on the house search. They'll check out three very different places in, and around the downtown St. Petersburg area, but which one will Wendy and her daughter call their new home?
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