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In each episode of "Hidden Potential," a home buyer tours three prospective homes that need renovation while a design expert uses computer-generated graphics to illustrate the "hidden potential" of the properties. At the conclusion, the buyer reveals which of the three has been selected as his or her future dream home. The show's original host was news anchor Peggy Bunker before being replaced by real estate agent Brandie Malay.

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