Dane and his wife Becca have been living in Dane's bachelor pad in the suburbs. All of their friends and family live in the city, and they're ready to move back. They're especially eager to find a new home, since they're expecting their first child in a few months. Becca is extremely picky, and has a long list of "must haves" and "no-nos" for their future house. The house cannot have saltillo tile, a type of tile popular in Arizona. She's also adverse to white tile. In addition, she refuses to move into a home that has old, used toilets. Overall, she'd prefer a turn-key property that needs no updating. Dane, on the other hand, loves do-it-yourself projects and would like a home he can put his own stamp on.
Shannon is ready to move out of her parents home and buy her first place near Sacramento. But her younger sister Jessica, who will be renting a room from her, has strong opinions about exactly what they need in the perfect house. Shannon wants vintage charm, but Jessica wants a fully-upgraded and modern kitchen. Between sibling rivalry and Shannon's limited budget, this house hunt may come to an end before it even gets started.
Riane and Patrick are mainlanders who met while attending the university of Hawaii. Now, ten years later, the couple is married and they want to settle down on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui. Riane wants a funky home with good vibes and lots of land. Patrick is less interested in funk and more interested in a good investment - and they both want an ocean view. The only problem is, Riane is terrified of Tsunamis and wants her new home as high up as possible.
Tampa Bay residents Dustin and Stacey are excited about their move to Austin, Texas where they'll be closer to family. Eager to find a home with a pool, and a view of Lake Travis, they might be shocked to find that getting everything they want won't be as easy as they thought it would be.
Andrew and Phil can't wait to get out of their tiny 1 bedroom apartment and buy a home in the San Francisco area. Trouble is, Andrew - an artist - wants to be in the heart of the city, and Phil - a chiropractor - wants to be near his practice in the suburbs. It's a battle of wills, and budgets, in this pricey California market. Who will compromise?
Adam, a tour drummer, and Nicki are so close with her parents, Caren and Carl, that they've decided to buy a house together. The challenge, each person has very specific needs: Adam wants a drum studio; Nicki wants a spacious master suite; Carl and Caren want an in-law suite. It's a tall order, even in a Nashville market flush with large homes.
Mark and Meghan recently moved from Virginia to Charlotte, North Carolina and have found they love everything about the city. The only downside is the apartment they've been renting is much too small, so they've decided it's time to settle down and buy their first home. Meghan would like a spacious single-family house with 4 bedrooms, an office and an updated kitchen. While Mark is focused on a huge, fenced in backyard and a place to hang his big screen TV. Can they find a place with everything on their wish lists, or will Mark and Meghan have to make some compromises? Find out when House Hunters heads to Charlotte, North Carolina!
Twenty-four-year-old Laurel has decided to buy her first place in Nashville, Tennessee. She's adament about wanting a single family home, but because of the square footage she desires, she might have to consider a townhome. Will she give up privacy and a yard to get a place that has everything else she wants?
Twenty-six-year-old Matt is ready to move out of his parent's house in the Boston suburbs, and find a home where he and his brand new sports car can be happy. But with his opinionated younger sisters along on the hunt, he might find himself out numbered, as they pressure him to find a place where they can party with their friends, and go tanning on the deck.
Adam and Cathy are about to have their first child, so they want out of their cramped rental, and into a family-friendly home pronto! With a $250,000 budget, they should have plenty of options in Virginia's scenic Shenandoah Valley. But there's a catch. Cathy grew up in an eclectic home, complete with firepole. She wants a home that's both quirky and unusual, while Adam loves traditional bungalows. Will these two be able to find the right home for their growing family?
Chris and Heather are ready to make some big moves by buying their first home, and moving in together for the first time. But the search wont be easy. As first time home buyers, their wishlist is long and their budget is small. Will they be able to find a home that has the space they need for both of their large families, and stay within their $260,000 budget?
Yzette and Jason are looking for a big single family home to expand their family in pricey Orange County, California. But their $430,000 budget leaves them in condo territory in their preferred city of Aliso Viejo. And a little bit of OCD is going to make their search even trickier.
For the last few years, Chris and Jenny, and their two young daughters, have been chasing storms across the southwest, as part of their auto body repair business. Now, they're hoping to put down roots in Austin, Texas. They've got $350,000 to spend, and are looking for a major upgrade over the tiny garage apartment they've recently been living in, but the popular Texas hillcountry doesn't come cheap.
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