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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.
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."
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.
House-hunting programs on HGTV cover all the options, from buyers honing in on fixer-uppers and off-the-grid options to cabin cribs and container homes. On "Lakefront Bargain Hunt," the spotlight is on water lovers who dream of weekends or summers living by the dock of the bay. In each episode, a family on the hunt for an escape from the hustle and bustle of their busy lives tours multiple waterfront properties. With the help of a real estate agent, the hope is to find the perfect lakeside home without breaking the bank.
Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell are total opposites in every way -- personal style, spending habits, even their preferred projects -- but that hasn't stopped the best friends from forming a perfect home renovation team. This series details the unconventional approach they take to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. Their business, Timber and Love, matches their mission: to incorporate timber in every project, and to love the rebuilding process. Luke is a stylistic visionary and Clint is a getter-done contractor, the results of which are renos highlighted by clean lines, vaulted ceilings and locally-crafted custom pieces.
"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.
A relaxing getaway with an oceanfront view is only a renovation away for families featured in this series. They are searching for a home away from home that has beach access and is affordable. Each episode follows the progress toward purchasing a fixer upper, which the family then transforms into its very own sun-drenched oasis. While some of the properties require full guts, including to the kitchens, bathrooms and master suites, others are made whole with relatively simple cosmetic changes and additions to outdoor spaces.
One might think combining business with family would create an unworkable dynamic for brother and sister Steve and Leanne Ford, but that couldn't be further from the truth. "We feel comfortable pushing each other to new limits to get the most out of each design," says Leanne, who works with her sibling to enliven older Pittsburgh homes with beautiful, unique custom renovations. An interior designer, Leanne creates new looks and floor plans for the homes, many of which are a bit out of the ordinary and unconventional. Steve is a licensed contractor with "MacGyver-like" carpentry skills. He's adept at executing his sister's vision to maximize the charm and functionality of the properties.
Making one's home on a tropical island sounds like an expensive proposition, but this house-hunting series shows it can be done within almost any budget as families seek to find their own corner of paradise. The featured properties run the gamut from ultra-affordable to totally outrageous, located in places like Key West, Fla., Kodiak Island, Alaska, Mount Desert Island in Maine, and Washington State's San Juan Islands. Everyday families ready to start a new adventure, escape hectic lifestyles in cookie-cutter subdivisions, or simply get away from cold and snow, prove that island fantasies can be reality.
Dreams of escaping cookie-cutter subdivisions for cozy log cabin retreats are becoming reality for many Americans. HGTV follows the adventures of families who ditch the hustle and bustle to find the quintessential log home. The structures come in all styles and sizes, from modest unheated weekend cabins to sprawling state-of-the-art estates. Although the maintenance requirements can be more extensive than those for conventional constructions, the lure of living out wildest fantasies in secluded areas of North Carolina, Montana, Minnesota, Oregon and Colorado, among other states, is too strong for the buyers to ignore.
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.
Sand, surf, sun, and stunning yet attainable beachside properties are the focus of this spinoff of the long-running "House Hunters" series. It showcases people who travel to exquisite seaside destinations to find their dream homes. Following the process from start to finish, each episode introduces prospective buyers and their agent as they search for the perfect home nestled along a sunny shoreline. Whether it's a family escaping cold winters for endless summer fun in the Florida Keys or a couple combing the market in Hawaii hoping to find their own piece of paradise, it's all about location, location, location for these beach hunters.
Fixer-uppers are on the wish lists of house hunters in this addition to HGTV's long-running franchise. In each episode, the featured home buyers tour three for-sale homes and choose the one that is the perfect fixer-upper. The added bonus? Cameras also capture what happens after the home is purchased and the renovation project begins. The progress is charted as the new homeowners turn their property into home sweet home, then they finally reveal their new space.
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.
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.
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.
There are always diamonds to be mined at yard sales. The trick, of course, is finding them. The competitors in "Flea Market Flip" are asked to perform that trick, then they're challenged to refurbish or reinvent the items they've purchased in the hope of reselling them for a profit. Grouped in teams, the contestants in each episode are given a budget of about $500 to hunt for project pieces with potential. The team that does the best job of flipping trash for cash wins $5,000. Passionate flea market fan Lara Spencer, an anchor on "Good Morning America," hosts.
"Love It or List It" moves west to Vancouver. Families in the largest city in British Columbia are struggling with homes that don't fit their needs. In each episode, interior designer Jillian Harris and real estate agent Todd Talbot help homeowners decide whether to love it or list it. Harris attempts to revive the love the owners once had for their homes with a complete renovation, while Talbot tries to persuade them to relocate using the temptation of a dreamy new place. They weigh their options to keep their current -- but remodeled -- home, or to leave it for something better.
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.
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.
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.