Craig was couch surfing and living paycheck to paycheck when he was given the second chance of a lifetime: a million-dollar prize for winning a Hoosier Lottery second-chance drawing. He can now buy the land he's wanted in the peace and quiet of rural Indiana. David Bromstad shows Craig some beautiful properties that meet his needs, but will he choose a move-in ready, a fixer-upper or a historic home?
Lady Luck visited Todd when he bought a lottery ticket on the way home from his daughter's baby shower. He won $700,000 and is now able to provide a beautiful home to help raise his daughter near family and friends in Louisville, Kentucky. Expert designer David Bromstad shows Todd a variety of homes to choose from, making the decision a tough one for this new dad.
Josh lives in the fast lane when it comes to motorcycles, but after winning $5 million on a scratch-off ticket, he wants nothing more than to slow down on a piece of property in California. He's always dreamed of living on a big piece of land and David Bromstad is there to show him just how much land $5 million can buy. With his new budget and David's help, Josh and his young family will have only the top choices to fulfill all their California dreams.
A retired couple that loves to spend holidays with family wins $1 million in the North Carolina Powerball and can finally buy the vacation home of their dreams. David Bromstad gets the chance to show them some gorgeous properties along the Virginia coast, all of which would be great for their family, but will they prioritize size over having a great view?
A Kansas couple wins $1 million on a Powerball ticket, and now they're finally ready to move to their dream city, Nashville, Tennessee. David Bromstad will help them find a dream home big enough to host their five grown children.
Nelly and Pablo were married for just a few months when they won $1 million in the Wyoming Powerball. Now they can afford their dream home in the mountains of Utah, and they're looking for a place that's big enough for their whole extended family. Interior designer David Bromstad joins the couple in their house hunt, along with their teenaged niece, Shania, who has some ideas about what kind of house is suitable for her millionaire relatives. But how far into the mountains are they willing to go?
Ana and Rafael had always planned on retiring from their life in New York City to paradise in Puerto Rico. When Ana won $1 million, they found they were able to take early retirement and buy their dream home sooner rather than later. Host David Bromstad takes the winners on tours of various homes in Puerto Rico to find out if they prefer a modest house close to friends, a modern stunner they can style themselves or an elegant, move-in ready guesthouse.
Massachusetts native Linda was unable to afford buying her own home until she won $4 million on a scratch card. Now she can buy her own dream home in her hometown. Host David Bromstad helps Linda decide whether she wants an oceanfront view or a backyard for visiting grandchildren now that she's a millionaire four times over!
After a $3 million scratcher win, a family of three can finally move from their one-bedroom rental to their dream home in Missouri. They want a big house with a big yard, and David Bromstad shows them some huge properties with all the bells and whistles.
Kathy and her son, Gene, pooled their money to buy a lottery scratcher while living in California. After winning $1 million, they've decided to return to their Southern roots by moving back to Tallassee, Alabama. They want to live the Southern lifestyle of their dreams -- fishing for Gene and painting for Kathy. Designer David Bromstad shows them some tempting properties, but will this mother and son ever agree?
After winning a million dollars on a Missouri Powerball Quick Pick, Carla can finally buy her dream home in Nebraska. But can David Bromstad find it with a dining area large enough to seat over 25 family and friends during the holidays?
A mother and her two grown daughters find out how far their $1 million lottery win will take them in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. David Bromstad shows them some beautiful properties with enough space for all three to spread their wings, but which one will tempt them enough to buy?