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House Hunters Season 235

Release Date 2023-12-01
Runtime 22 minutes
Genres Reality, Documentary

Hosted by Suzanne Whang, the show 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.

1. Mother Knows Best in Atlanta


With her adult son back home from college, a single mom has outgrown her apartment and looks to purchase a larger home of her own in the suburbs of Atlanta. She dreams of a single-family ranch, but he wants a condo or townhome with amenities.

2. Making Waves in Alabama


A hard-working couple wants to buy a beach getaway where they can unplug with their family in Alabama. She wants a waterfront condo with amenities for their kids, but he prefers a single-family home for the privacy, and that comes with a higher price tag.

3. Family Grillin' in Kansas City


A family is on the hunt for a home as they move back to dad's hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. He's looking for a red brick Colonial with a basement bar in the suburbs, but mom wants a quiet farmhouse with land to raise goats and chickens.

4. Throwing Parties in Columbus


After years of apartment hopping, a young couple looks to settle down in their first house in Columbus, Ohio. She wants a quiet and cozy home, but he's an entrepreneur who's willing to spend big for a space where he can host large and memorable parties.

5. One Hundred Year Old Home or Bust


A young data analyst looks for a first home with historic details in Wilmington, Delaware. Her sister, an architectural historian, is recruited to guide in the search, and to make sure she doesn't buy a place that's more trouble than it's worth.

6. Texans in Tennessee


After a job promotion, a family looks to quickly relocate from Texas to rural Tennessee. He's looking for a turnkey home with as much land as possible that's a short commute to his new job, but she's dreaming of a place closer to bustling city life.

7. Building Wealth in California


A buyer wants to follow in her immigrant parents' footsteps and build wealth through homeownership in San Bernardino, California. She's looking for a place that has modern details and space to entertain extended family, but it may take some sacrifices.

8. Rebuilding a Life in the Bay Area


After losing a home to foreclosure during her divorce, a single mom has worked for years to rebuild her credit and looks for a home in the Bay Area. She's not willing to budge on her priorities, but in a cut-throat market, that may present a challenge.

9. Finding the Wow in Florida


With their kids grown and flown, a couple realizes their dream of moving from Dallas to Tampa. She longs to be near the beach and local family, but he's starting a new career as a stand-up comedian and wants to be as close to the nightlife as possible.

10. Best Friends and Bunkmates in Florida


Longtime friends are hoping to pay all cash for a home together in New Port Richey, Florida. One dreams of a single-family ranch with a backyard, but the other wants a two-story home with an HOA for a maintenance-free lifestyle.

11. Moving Up to a High-Rise


Newlyweds look to realize their dream of living in downtown Los Angeles. They're looking for something with plenty of space to entertain friends and family, but their dollars may not stretch very far in the high-rise condo market.

12. Too Cramped for Comfort in South Carolina


A South Carolina woman realizes it was more than a small mistake to try to go tiny with RV living. She's looking to spread out with a home off wheels, but when the realities of the market hit her wallet, she'll need to roll with the compromises.

13. Mom and Daughter Level Up in Colorado


A mother-daughter nursing duo looks to upgrade from their starter home to a place with more room in Colorado. They're both contributing to the mortgage, but finding a home that satisfies their divergent lifestyles and interests will be a challenge.