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Families search for the perfect lakeside fixer upper.

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A family finds a fixer-upper in Lake Country, Wisconsin, in hopes of turning it into a lakefront retreat with a boat dock. The house's outdated style and need for major repairs may break the budget, dashing their lakeside dreams.
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Empty nesters leave snowy Indiana and find a large home on Lake of the Ozarks. The couple has a big renovation budget and wants to update the home to accommodate all their expected visitors. He's a contractor and offers hands-on help during the renovations, only to discover a major setback during demolition.
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A blended family of eight finds a vacation home on Lake Martin, Ala.; the property needs major renovations, but he's a contractor and is ready get to work to help the family realize their lakeside living dreams.
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A couple hopes to escape their busy LA lives with a quiet vacation home along Lake Tuscaloosa; they find a property with great potential and are ready to take on the renovations, but it may prove to be more work than expected.
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Two brothers and their wives look for the perfect vacation home in Door County, Wisconsin, for their extended family of 30.
aired 270 days ago
A couple finds a fixer-upper in Wisconsin that overlooks Lake Michigan, and they're doing all the renovation work themselves; he's a contractor with experience renovating properties, and she's ready to join him and get her hands dirty.
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A family with three young kids finds its forever lake home in Otter Tail County, Minn.; however, it is far from turnkey and the massive and complex renovation may derail the lakeside living dreams.
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A family looks for a vacation home on Logan Martin Lake, Alabama, in hopes of getaways filled with fishing, kayaking and relaxation.
aired 413 days ago
Outdoor enthusiasts John and Heather are looking for a vacation retreat for their family on Lake Oconee in Ga., and they find a fixer-upper in an ideal setting.
aired 413 days ago
A Minnesota couple searches for a vacation home in Texas that reminds them of their home state, and their agent finds a lakefront property that needs quite a few repairs.
aired 413 days ago
Mark and Mary Lynn search for a lake house with enough room to serve as a meeting place for their large family.
aired 413 days ago
After spending years renting on Lake Wedowee in Alabama, Chris and Jenny are ready to purchase a vacation home for their family.
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An Atlanta couple fight budget restraints as they seek the perfect vacation home for their blended family in Jackson Lake, Ga.
aired 474 days ago
New parents look to escape their busy New York City lives with a move to Wolf Lake, a small, rustic lake community in upstate New York; the properties they consider require significant renovations and may break the bank.
aired 481 days ago
Jodi and Dave are used to spending their vacations traveling in their RV with their three children, but are now looking for a getaway close to their home in Buffalo, N.Y.; they find a property along Lake Ontario in Niagara County, but it needs work.
aired 481 days ago
A couple head back to their favorite spot from their college days to search for a vacation home near Deep Creek Lake, Md.; they're searching for a fixer upper they can customize and easy lake access.
aired 497 days ago
In Texas, Dan and Emily find a waterfront home on Cedar Creek Lake that has tons of potential but needs a lot of work.
aired 497 days ago
A family of six looks for a vacation home on Deep Creek Lake, Md., but the lakefront property of their dreams needs some major renovations.
aired 497 days ago
Business partner brothers look for a vacation home in Coventry, R.I., but the to-do list is long and the brothers quickly run into structural issues.

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