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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.

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A Los Angeles law enforcement officer and his wife face a competitive market with a modest budget while searching for their first home together; once they decide on a place and renovations begin, they're hit with several surprise expenses.
aired 34 days ago
New parents debate a two-story traditional and a charming ranch in the northern suburbs of California's San Fernando Valley, and once they decide on a home they both like, renovations begin quickly; a chimney problem threatens design plans.
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An Australian couple searches California's San Fernando Valley for their first home; once they settle on a place, they quickly move in but attempting renovations while having the flu leaves them coughing up dollars.
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A couple looks for their first home in an up-and-coming neighborhood in Denver; after purchasing a house, they realize they're in over their heads with the renovation when they face abatement issues, plumbing problems and issues with the floors.
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A Los Angeles couple finds themselves swimming in red after renovation expenses begin piling up; this couple fights to stay afloat by taking on a number of projects themselves not realizing that the house will start fighting back.
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With drastically different wish lists, a couple realizes they need a lot of help with renovations; they start by remodeling the kitchen, then the renovation ripples into other rooms, causing their budget to skyrocket.
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Denver newlyweds plan to renovate their new home to host their wedding reception; while remodeling a home is a huge undertaking on its own, adding a party deadline to their plate just increased their stress level and could drain their wallets.
aired 83 days ago
Parents-to-be living in a Glendale, Calif. rental need a bigger home before their baby arrives; stress levels and the renovation budget start to rise when leaking pipes, floor problems and a hazardous fireplace reveal themselves.
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A Boston couple seek a home for their rapidly expanding family; due to their budget and the area they're targeting to live in, any house they buy will be a fixer-upper; renovation problems come fast and furious once they begin.
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A Washington state family faces a tricky house hunt while searching for a larger home in the Los Angeles area; the family members quickly jump into renovation projects but immediately see their to-do list grow rapidly.
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A Denver couple wants to leave city life behind and get back to the land; while they're eager to find a top-to-bottom renovation, they don't want to get in over their heads; problems begin to arise after renovation.
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Musicians are looking to buy a home that can house their instruments; while he's more enthusiastic about renovating than she is, they both know that putting in some sweat equity is the only way they'll get a house that reflects their creative side.
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A Denver, Colo., transplant is ready to buy a home but doesn't know a lot about renovation; even with guidance, this inexperienced homeowner finds out how tough it can be to get through a major renovation.
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The heads of a Pasadena, Calif., family are ready to work through their differences to find a new house; but once they start renovating and money starts going out the door, it gets harder and harder to see eye to eye.
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A couple currently living with her parents in Studio City, Calif., want a home of their own; she thinks it would be easier to transform a traditional home, while he dreams of having a modern space packed with architectural details.
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A Massachusetts couple juggle a new baby and a big renovation for their starter home; they flip their layout to get more space and their dream kitchen, but the project faces mold and supply delays.
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Newlyweds are eager to buy their first home together; he's a real estate agent, so they are confident they have the skills to lock in the perfect house; they soon learn they may have to make some design compromises and scale back on dream projects.
aired 111 days ago
A Los Angeles couple is ready to stop paying rent and find a larger, more practical home perfect for entertaining, and they both want high ceilings, a big kitchen and a large space for entertaining.
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A couple of new parents with no renovation experience jump right into a remodel in the Los Angeles area; the projects soon add up and costs climb higher as they lean more and more on professionals to get them to the finish line.
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Two dads with a young son buy a bigger home, but more space creates more renovation projects; design plans change when one of them goes out of town, but the choices may not be for the better.
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A real estate developer and his fiancee are thinking outside the box when it comes to buying their first home together, but transforming a unique property into a livable home takes more than just creative ideas and a big bankroll.

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