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Families on the hunt for mountain views and wide-open spaces turn to a duo of real estate experts in Montana to find their dream homes. In the series "Mountain Mamas," busy moms Jackie Wickens and Trecie Wheat Hughes help their clients find reasonably priced properties to fit their needs. With Jackie's background in construction and Trecie's skills in interior design, the friends lend their talents to each project by creating custom designs and renovations. Features including a media room decorated to look like a vintage movie theater and an outdoor living room with a fireplace are just some of the creations in store for the series. Whatever the challenge, these mountain gals are ready to tackle it and have fun to boot.

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A family of six reach out to Jackie and Trecie to help with the design plan and renovations of their house.
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Along with their two girls, Janis and Jennifer are outgrowing their home and need to address some rotting wood on the south wall; Jackie and Trecie step in to help upgrade and expand their home while working to stay under budget.
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A couple is desperate for more living space after the family has grown to include two girls, two dogs, a donkey, chickens and a barn cat; Jackie and Trecie help by expanding their current living space with a modern farmhouse-style renovation.
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Jackie and Trecie assist a Virginia couple looking to spend their golden years in a Craftsman mountain home in Montana.
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A young family search for a new home near Bozeman, Mont., with enough land to let their animals roam; Jackie and Trecie have a couple of homes with amazing views, but a surprise option could throw a wrench in their plans.
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A family is moving from Wisconsin to find its forever home in Montana; they are hoping to find a property with beautiful mountain views, large enough for their archery hobby, that is well within their budget.
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A couple expecting their second child need help, so the male's parents are moving from Germany to lend a hand; Trecie and Jackie help them find the grandparents a nearby home with a European-inspired design.
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A mother and daughter residing in Texas are looking for a home in Montana with plenty of land; they need help finding a place that will accommodate all of their horses and dogs.

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