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On his popular DIY Network series "Holmes on Homes" and "Holmes Makes It Right," contractor Mike Holmes rescues homeowners who have been the ultimate victims of renovation nightmares. "Holmes: Buy It Right" flips the script; it's all about helping home buyers secure the all-American dream. In each episode, Mike leads a couple on an inspection of their top three home choices and points out the positives and negatives of each property so they can make an informed decision, not just an emotional one. He teaches lessons on how to stay on budget, negotiate a better sale price, and arms buyers with information like potential expenses for future repair costs.

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Brenda and Peter have two young daughters and love their Minneapolis neighborhood, but they've outgrown their home, and they need Mike's expertise as they view the new houses they're considering, hoping to pick the best home for their family.
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Newlyweds Robyn and Anthony are interested in a move-in ready income property or a low-priced home that needs some work, and they're attracted to 100-year-old Craftsman-style houses, but they need Mike's help to make a smart purchase.
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In Brooklyn Park, Minn., Jake and Lindsay want to buy an investment home, and they show their favorites to Mike who helps them see the good, the bad and the ugly in order to get the best house for their money.
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Mike Holmes travels to the island of Hilton Head, S.C., to advise first-time home buyers Caroline and Diego during their search; Mike goes through their favorite houses to identify issues that could be detrimental to the couple and their children.

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