House Hunters takes viewers behind the scenes as individuals, couples and families learn what to look for and decide whether or not a home is meant for them. Focusing on the emotional experience of finding and purchasing a new home, each episode follows a prospective buyer and real estate agent through the home-buying process, from start to finish.
A military family is on the hunt for a home in Rapid City, South Dakota. He wants a split-level house with potential for renovation projects as well as a basement bunker, but she is hoping to find a move-in ready ranch-style home.
A couple with a young son wants to upsize from their cramped Boston condo to a spacious new home in the suburbs. He's looking for a charming Victorian that might need some fixing, while she's holding out for an upgraded Colonial that's move-in ready.
A couple wants to find a home within walking distance of the sandy shores in Naples, Florida. He's looking for a Craftsman while she wants a modern farmhouse, but in a pricey city with Mediterranean architecture, they may have to compromise.
A retired judge is ready to move closer to the city lifestyle in downtown Tampa, Florida. He's hoping to find a condo with a lot of amenities and room for his collectibles. Will his budget be enough to find the perfect place in Tampa's booming market?
A large family is looking for a big house in Liberty, Missouri. With three little girls and a dog already, they both want a large enough home to add adopted foster children and even pet chickens to their brood as well.
A couple with two young children wants to move from the suburbs of Sacramento, California, to the city. They view several homes, but the one they really have their eye on was built over half a century ago by famed developer Joseph Eichler.
A young family is on the hunt for a larger property in the Sioux Falls area of South Dakota. She wants a cozy, ranch-style home with a finished basement, but he's looking for a farmhouse with a large yard and room for a workshop.
A young, quirky couple is on the hunt for a condo in the heart of Chicago. He wants nothing but floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the cityscape. She, however, is hoping for more rustic elements like brick and exposed ceilings.