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Season 3

45 :03x01 - In Search Of An Ocean View

Sep/02/2004
After more than a year of renting, Shelli and Ted Sarandos are ready to own a home of their own. They'd like to stay in the same neighborhood as their current home, but they want something that will fulfill all of their needs. They would like a house located in an excellent school district, but they would also love to have a wonderful ocean view. Will the Sarandos family be able to find their dream house by the sea?

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46 :03x02 - A Home With Office Space

Apr/12/2001
Ben Bloch has been renting a duplex with a roommate for a year now, and it has become a bit cramped for both of them. Because this young executive spends a majority of his time working out of his home, he needs plenty of space where he can catch up on paperwork as well as meet with various clients. Currently, Bloch's bedroom is his office, which makes this difficult. Will this first-time buyer find a home with ample office space?

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47 :03x03 - More Space Than Expected

Sep/06/2004
Anissa and Walter Thompson have enjoyed living in their current home for four years. Their house is in a gated community, which has provided them with a sense of security and camaraderie with their neighbors. The Thompsons need more space, though, and they would like to upgrade to a new home. They want to pursue living in another gated community and would enjoy the freedom to have a house built to meet their own taste and style. Will the Thompsons find what they want?

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48 :03x04 - New Home With Style

Mar/01/2001
Stacy and Brian Jarnagin are newlyweds who are gearing up to buy their first home. What's really special about these first-time buyers is that they are specifically looking for a house with a lot of style. They are looking for a residence that catches the eye as they are driving by and one that is craftsman or Spanish hacienda style.

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49 :03x05 - Growing Family

Apr/19/2001
Maisa and Patrick Faucette moved into their two-bedroom apartment just two days before the birth of their first child, Noah. Noah is now 3 years old, and four months ago the Faucettes had their second child, a baby girl named Zeyna. Though the couple has enjoyed their present apartment, it's definitely time for this family to find a place with more living space and a yard for the kids. Join us on a search for a new home that meets this family's wishes!

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50 :03x06 - Ready, Set, Hunt!

Sep/09/2004
Moe Abourched has just been given the challenge of his career. He is a real estate agent who just sold his own house to some of his favorite clients--without even telling his wife, Maria! Now he must find a new home for his family, and he must do it quickly! Will he be able to do it in time?

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51 :03x07 - Same But Larger

Sep/13/2001
Odetta and Terrance Watkins adore their Spanish-style home. The couple also loves their current neighborhood, and they particularly enjoy the culture the area offers. Their dream is to find a larger house with the same style in their neighborhood, but they are up against one of the toughest challenges a buyer can face: a lack of inventory. Will they have to compromise on their dream and move to another area or will luck be on their side?

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52 :03x08 - Goodbye Apartment Living

Sep/13/2004
Elena and Jonah Buensuceso are not only looking for their dream house, but they are also searching for a wonderful new neighborhood with a family feel. The couple, along with their preteen children, Jesse and Destiny, are hoping to find their dream house and a new way of life with great neighbors, places to run and room to play and entertain. Join us as the family searches for the perfect home in an area with a strong sense of community.

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53 :03x09 - Settling Down After The Wedding

Sep/20/2001
Tyler and David Snyder were married two years ago in a Southern-style wedding, complete with many guests who brought along many gifts. Their small apartment has worked well as a temporary living situation, but the couple has reached the limits of their space. Join real estate agent Tony Martinez as he helps the Snyders find a home that accommodates all of their specifications.

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54 :03x10 - Elbow Room Needed

Sep/27/2001
Lisa and Tony Shatsky have a family in need of elbow room. They have enjoyed their home since moving in, but 10 years and two children later, what was once new and spacious is now dated and crowded. One need only look in their living room full of office furniture and equipment to see that a new home is urgently needed. The search is on for a home with grace and space.

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55 :03x11 - Wanted: A Home To Call Their Own

Sep/16/2004
Alicia and Gentry Patrick are a married couple who are each following challenging career paths. Both have had to make sacrifices along the way, the biggest of which was time spent living apart. Gentry's traveling for months at a time has prevented the couple from establishing a stable home together. Now that the two have completed the training in their respective fields, it is time to move out of their temporary abode and into a home of their own.

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56 :03x12 - Ready To Settle Down

Sep/17/2004
One year ago, Kevin Dooley was transferred to a new location because of his career. At first, Kevin, his wife Stacey, and their daughter Jessica wanted to give the new city a trial run before they made their move permanent. Now, after one year of renting, they have decided to buy a new home in their new location. Join us as the Dooleys search for a house that makes them feel at home again!

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57 :03x13 - Duplex Dreams

Mar/15/2001
Being priced out of the single-family home market has made Alicia Good rethink her plan of home buying. This enterprising 29-year-old has decided that buying a duplex or a fourplex is the way to go. Her plan is to move into one of the units herself and rent the others out. This will allow her to significantly offset the otherwise prohibitively large mortgage, and she'll have the benefit of having her own place. Join us as we follow this determined woman make her home buying dream come true.

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58 :03x14 - Spreading Out In San Antonio

Nov/13/2006
For the last two years, Bobi and Casey Jensen, along with their two little girls, Shae Lee, 3 and Cassidy, 1, have been living in a small home in the suburbs of San Antonio. At 1,300 square feet, it's not big enough for this growing family of four, since there are only three bedrooms, and Casey uses one of them as a home office. The family is hoping to find a bigger home in a neighborhood about 20 minutes away called Great Northwest. Problem is homes in that area can run more than the Jensens can spend. Luckily, the family has Casey on their side. He's been a realtor in the area for three years and is sure he'll be able to find a couple of options from which to choose. But what will it be like having his wife as his client?

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59 :03x15 - New Digs In Dallas

Nov/13/2006
Born and raised in sleepy San Angelo, Texas, 35-year-old bachelor, Bryan Swafford has always had a taste for big-city life. After landing a dream job at a car dealer in Dallas a few months ago, he was able to ditch West Texas and head 300 miles east to Dallas. But there was one problem—Bryan had nowhere to live! He has spent his first few months in Dallas "couch surfing" with relatives, and he can't wait to find a place of his own. He is looking for modern one- or two-bedroom condo in a happening part of town. Real estate agent Ann Dunn is determined to find Bryan a place to settle down in "Big D."

Source: HGTV

60 :03x16 - Canton Expansion

Nov/15/2006
Julie and Paul both grew up in small Texas towns, just 30 minutes from each other. When they got married four years ago, they met in the middle by settling down between their respective childhoods in Canton, a small rural community 60 miles east of Dallas. With their active 3-year old son Will, new puppy Bella, and second baby on the way, this family's 1,300 square-foot ranch-style home is bursting at the seams. Julie wants a new place that has enough room for an office with a door, since she works from home, while Paul wants to make sure to be as close as possible to the city for his job as a firefighter on the Canton crew. A four-bedroom home with plenty of room to roam should fit the bill nicely. Can real estate agent Brandt Foley help them find their Texas-size dream house before the new baby arrives?

Source: HGTV

61 :03x17 - Houston Relocation

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For the past six years, Carrie and Jeff Hoye have lived in a gorgeous custom home in Palatine, Ill., just 28 miles from downtown Chicago. They recently put their place up for sale because Jeff, a corporate president for a steel distribution company, is being relocated to Houston. The home sold within days of listing it, and with the money they made on it, they hope to find a four-bedroom house in Houston that's just as luxurious and includes architectural details and a great flow. They are targeting the Houston suburb of Royal Oaks, an upscale area close to Jeff's new office. Although it's going to be hard to leave the city and the home they love, the silver lining is that the Houston housing market is less expensive than Chicago. Realtor Bob Burton signs on to help the Hoyes with their search.

Source: HGTV

62 :03x18 - Aiming For Austin

Nov/17/2006
Oregon natives Beth and Carl Miner first met at a music studio when they were 15. Beth, an aspiring singer, was recording her first album. That meeting eventually led to marriage, and now, nine years later, a musical collaboration known as Sweetestday, an acoustic blend of rock and pop with a slight country influence. Six months ago, the young couple decided to live out their dreams of making it in the world of professional music. They sold their three-bedroom, two-bath house in Portland, and headed south to Austin, Texas, the Live Music Capital of the World. They are living in a tiny, non-descript rental, but they are hoping to move into a large move-in-ready place close to downtown, where their day jobs and the honky-tonks are. Real estate agent Tom Sunstrom signs on to help with the hunt.

Source: HGTV
Warning: House Hunters guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Buy, Sell & Trade | Housing/Building
Status: Returning Series
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Airs: Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 30, 1999
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