House Hunters

Weekdays 10:00 PM on HGTV Premiered Sep 30, 1999 In Season


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AIRED ON 4/15/2014

Season 86 : Episode 4

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Season 86 : Episode 5

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House Hunters takes viewers behind the scenes of individuals, couples, and families as they look for a house with the help of their realtor. 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. It starts when an individual, couple, or family tells their realtor what they are looking for in the house they want to buy. Afterwards, the realtor finds three houses that fit that description as best as it can. The house must do its best to fit what the buyers are looking for while falling into their pricerange. After looking at the three houses the buyers must decide which of the three to buy or to keep looking. Each episode is different because each buyer is different.
  • That's So House Hunters!

    What a riot!
  • Kinda repetative

    The show oes go through the same process over and over again. It may be fun seing the suspence on what house is going to be chosen but it does get boring eventually after you watch this same plot over and over again.
  • Many of the people never say what they do.

    Which kind of makes it look like the show is more representational of people who have won lotteries instead of the show bring representational of actual working people. In that light the entire thing more or less falls apart to me on many levels. It is interesting to see homes in far away places but I am bemused at some of the prices people are prepared to pay for places that were considered mediocre places back in the 1960's. To me many of these so called gems are still mediocre places today and don't justify someone paying a half a million to a million dollar for them today. Not everything is interesting or desirable. Eventually such a concept will become acknowledged more openly and crappy dwellings will be seen for what they are. One thing to note-many European countries never tear down large ungainly & dated structures. Hence the high number of crappy dwelling therein.moreless
  • need more single 55+ women shopping

    I've only seen 2 episodes with single women over 55 looking for a home (in HH or HH International). Why? Does no one know we are the highest demographic in the country right now? Anyone heard of widowed baby boomers? The old fellas are kickin it and we ladies are looking for smaller homes that are still beautiful but reasonably priced - all you seem to show is homes for young kids or young folks with kids. God bless em, but they are NOT the only demographic out there - not even the largest one at this point in time. Okay - we old ladies are going to be gone in 10 years or so but in the mean time we'd like a little entertainment "where's the meat?"moreless
  • I'm fifteen and I love this show.

    I'm fifteen and I love/adore House Hunters. Who knows why? Maybe it's because they're not being stupid when choosing the house, basing it on practicality instead of "Ooooooh! It looks shiny!" like most house hunters do. The host actually seems to love showing these people around, and although some of the houses are a bit too fancy for my taste, or probably the person purchasing the house is, they are perfectly happy to still egg them to buy it. The houses don't look gussied up for the show, they look cozy if not totally cool and plain-Jane sometimes. Even the richest house looks plebian and happy. All in all, if you're sick of mindless trash on other networks, I advise you to watch HGTV and their house hunting shows like this one. Who knows? I might want to pick a home from House Hunters sometime in the future!moreless

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    • 39 seasons?
      How could there be 39 seasons for a show that started in 2004?
    • House Hunters Drinking Game
      The House Hunters Drinking Game makes it easier to take this show when they don't buy a house because the bedroom's not the right ...
    • Houses People Pick
      question... do you always agree to what the people on the show pick at the end for their newhome??? becuase i've watched some, but...
    • Awsome show
      This show is awsome and why havent anyone written yet...fell free to write and talk about house hunters!:roll:

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