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The series brings potential home buyers a better understanding of the process, each episode following a prospective buyer and an agent from start to finish.
Buying a house is no easy task, but when it's in another country, imagine the stresses of negotiating in a foreign language. Emotions run high as realtors and their clients leave their milieu to look for new properties abroad in this spinoff of HGTV's popular "House Hunters."
Purchasing a beachfront property doesn't always mean buyers have to break the bank. This series documents the journeys of families who are dreaming of living in a sandy locale with palm trees and warm ocean breezes, but those dreams are accompanied by a firm budget. And by budget we mean substantially short of a million dollars. The house hunters tour three to four waterfront properties -- each with surprisingly affordable price tags -- before choosing the one that turns the beach lifestyle dreams into reality.
A shared love of simple, Southern living and revitalizing historic properties keeps Ben and Erin Napier busy in their hometown of Laurel, Miss. That's the setting of this HGTV series, which follows the couple as they renovate turn-of-the-century homes for first-time buyers, young families, and adults wishing to live closer to grandchildren. Erin's keen sense of style and a background in graphic design guide the renovations, Ben's building and woodworking skills preserve and celebrate the home's history, and by using found materials and old textiles, they keep the character intact but create modern and affordable updates.
Contractor extraordinaire Mike Holmes has helped hundreds of people get the home or renovation they deserve, but now the homeowner who needs a hand is his son Mike Jr (MJ). "Holmes & Holmes" documents their working and personal relationship as they tackle the renovation of MJ's 750-square-foot bungalow so he and girlfriend Lisa can have a place of their own to start a family. Of course, no sooner is MJ's modest fix-up turned upside down by Mike's ambitious plans to gut the house and add a second story. Each hourlong episode focuses on one stage of the construction process and showcases the latest construction materials and build techniques.
Who wouldn't want to live in the Bahamas? People featured in this series are part of an endless stream of homebuyers looking to escape the stresses of life and focus on quality time by making their island living dreams come true. Episodes follow real estate agents as they take clients on tours of properties ranging from a waterfront condo in Freeport, Grand Bahama, and a low-maintenance property with a view in Great Exuma to a relaxing retreat in idyllic Treasure Cay.
Armed with overflowing bank accounts and dreams of living in mansions bigger than city blocks, recent lottery winners embark on searches for their new homes. "It's an incredible feeling for me to show them properties they never dreamed they could afford. It's like I'm living the fantasy life with them," says host David Bromstad, who shows overnight millionaires three luxurious properties on each episode. After visiting seven-figure listings, 10-acre properties, and nine-bedroom mansions, the big winners' ultimate, life-changing decisions mean an upgrade from average digs to high-dollar properties.
Jonathan and Drew Scott from the Emmy-nominated series "Property Brothers" are on a mission to turn average things into the things of dreams. The Scott brothers help families overhaul their hidden gems by unlocking each home's full potential. They seek out couples who are already settled and who want to completely remodel their homes to fit their families' needs, wishes and dreams. The brothers take the couples on a tour of newly renovated homes to find out what they love and the things that they can't live without. With all of this in mind, they use 3D graphics to bring each family's design dreams to life -- within budget of course.
Gaining a large following initially as the co-star of the hit series "Flip or Flop," Christina Anstead (formerly Christina El Moussa) begins her new TV life as the focus of her own docuseries. It highlights the real estate and house-flipping professional as she helps clients transform outdated properties into high-end spaces filled with distinctive design elements and "cool SoCal style." The series also delves into Christina's personal journey, including finding the perfect home and her engagement and wedding to now-husband Ant Anstead ("Wheeler Dealers"), all while balancing parenthood and career.
Interior designer Grace Mitchell separates herself from those in her field who create "catalog pretty" homes by telling her clients' stories, basing her designs on their family histories and individual passions. Because residences are, first and foremost, personal spaces, Mitchell makes it a point to tell every family's story in their home. She and her team turn boring, outdated houses in Fort Worth, Texas, into eclectic, imaginative spaces. Throughout the series, Grace amazes homeowners with out-of-the-box ideas such as wall art made from a rusted antique car, a fiber optic night sky on a dining room ceiling, and custom 3D wallpaper.
Chip and Joanna Gaines own and operate Magnolia Homes, a remodeling and design business in Waco, Texas, and "Fixer Upper" shows the process by which the couple turn dilapidated but potential-rich houses into showplaces that are helping revitalize whole neighborhoods throughout central Texas. Chip manages the construction and realty side of Magnolia and Joanna is the lead designer. They also act as part-time counselors to clients who can't see a structure's beauty beyond the blemishes. Combined, Chip and Joanna save homes that look hopeless, renovating the imperfect, and revealing them as what they were always intended to be.
Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott aim to help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes. The brothers use state-of-the-art imagery programs to unveil their plans for how the properties will look after the transformation. But the potential home buyers have to take a risk to make the twins' vision come true, and it's up to Jonathan and Drew to convince the couples that purchasing an older home in need of work is the best option.
Tarek and Christina El Moussa lead dizzying professional lives. After finding success as real estate agents and then experiencing the drastic downside of the housing market, the Californians switched career gears: They now buy distressed properties -- foreclosures, short sales and bank-owned homes -- remodel them and sell them at a profit. At least, that's the way it's supposed to work. "Flip or Flop" tracks the El Moussas' roller-coaster journey in each episode, beginning with a cash purchase at auction of a home -- often sight unseen -- and the fix-it-up process, to the nail-biting wait to find a buyer.
Interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete for the affections of fed-up homeowners looking to either renovate or sell, as Farr transforms their worn-out space into a welcoming one while Visentin works to find them a new home. At the end of each hourlong episode, the homeowners decide if the changes designed by Farr are enough for them to stay in their current home, or if the new property Visentin has found better suits their needs. So whether they love it or list it, the homeowners come out on top.
HGTV's "Flip or Flop" franchise moves to the Lone Star State, where military veterans Andy and Ashley Williams purchase rundown properties in and around Fort Worth and transform them into modern family homes. Working around tight budgets and even tighter timelines, Andy, a real estate agent and home renovator, and his wife, designer Ashley, gut the structures save for original features that most appeal to buyers. Episodes also highlight the couple's commitment to hiring fellow veterans to assist on the projects. Andy and Ashley met while serving in the United States Armed Forces in Iraq.
"Good Bones" follows the blueprint of several series on HGTV or DIY Network that showcase revitalization specialists who turn rundown homes into stunning remodels. In this case, it's mother/daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transforming properties in and around their hometown of Indianapolis. Karen's legal background and Mina's real estate knowledge help them secure diamonds in the rough, and then they hire out demo and construction duties -- or get help from family -- to get the houses done on time and on budget.
Dave and Jenny Marrs are a couple who renovate and sell historic houses in their hometown of Bentonville, Ark.
The "Property Brothers," Drew and Jonathan Scott, take their tag-team real estate partnership to the next level in "Buying and Selling." Drew helps home buyers find the right property to purchase, but before closing on the deal, the buyers' current home needs attention, and lots of it, in order to make it salable. That's where Jonathan comes in. To leverage its value, Jonathan comes up with a plan to breathe fresh life into the home, and he and his contracting team take over from there. Drew then oversees the selling of the renovated home and the buying of a new house.
The hard-to-beat weather, relaxing vacation-centric amenities and booming housing market attract many people to Palm Springs, Calif. Leaving Wisconsin behind, Eric and Lindsey Bennett moved to Palm Springs to further their house-flipping business. In this series, the couple take on challenging renovations while dealing with triple-digit heat, harsh landscapes and raising three small children. Real estate agent Eric and designer Lindsey work alongside Lindsey's contractor brother, "Uncle Mike" Schneider, to transform dilapidated properties that have amazing potential. The result is desert-style oases with great curb appeal, high-end finishes and sparkling pools that Palm Springs buyers crave.
In this companion series to one of HGTV's most popular programs ever, "Fixer Upper" star Joanna Gaines presents fans with special reveals, pulling the curtain back to show intimate design details not shown on original episodes. She shares insider secrets on a particular renovation, from the first moments that she meets the homeowners to her magazine-worthy styling and staging methods. Why did you pick that color palette? Where did that accent piece come from? And what do the rooms that aren't seen on TV look like now? Along with answering those types of questions, Joanna introduces members of her design team.
Growing up on her family's Kansas farm, Tamara Day learned the construction trade by helping her father maintain and repair the property's buildings. Years later, she and her husband bought a 5,000-square-foot foreclosed home that required a complete renovation, and Tamara designed every inch of the house herself. Now she buys and overhauls neglected properties in Kansas City, Mo., for a living, and the process and results are documented in "Bargain Mansions." Tamara scoops up the big homes for a fraction of their worth, uncovers distinctive features hidden by years of decay and incorporates modern amenities that attract buyers. Teaming with her dad and mentor, Ward, Tamara redesigns unusual layouts to create desirable open-concept spaces. She also saves and restores authentic features such as pocket doors, stately staircases and exposed brick walls of these historic properties.