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My Lottery Dream Home

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Armed with overflowing bank accounts and dreams of living in mansions bigger than city blocks, recent lottery winners embark on searches for their new homes. "It's an incredible feeling for me to show them properties they never dreamed they could afford. It's like I'm living the fantasy life with them," says host David Bromstad, who shows overnight millionaires three luxurious properties on each episode. After visiting seven-figure listings, 10-acre properties, and nine-bedroom mansions, the big winners' ultimate, life-changing decisions mean an upgrade from average digs to high-dollar properties.

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The winner of a million dollars and her sister-in-law search for a home in the upmarket suburb of Spring Hill, Fla.
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Living in a tiny apartment in Columbus, Ohio, Brenda and Jesse win a million dollars; now, David Bromstad takes them on an emotional and memorable journey to help them find their American dream home.
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After winning one million dollars on a quick pick Powerball ticket, a woman and her husband call on David Bromstad to help find their forever home.
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After serving in the U.S. Air Force for six years, a couple decides to look for their dream home in the military-friendly town of Virginia Beach, Va.; with a $100,000 settlement to be used for a down payment, David helps them on their house hunt.
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After accidentally picking up a Megaplier instead of his usual weekly lottery ticket, Andy won a whopping $5 million; he has now enlisted David to help him find the perfect beach house for all his family to enjoy on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
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After becoming a millionaire on a Vegas slot machine, Rick immediately bought his own dream home; now David Bromstad joins him in Galveston, Texas, to help him spend his extra cash on a Texas Beach House for the whole family.
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After winning $3 million on a scratcher, a couple can afford to buy a home in their old neighborhood of Northport, Long Island; they must decide if they want to purchase a waterfront property or get more value for their money away from the coast.
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David Bromstad returns to his hometown in Minnesota to help a couple find their dream home after winning $1 million on a Powerball ticket; they will now be able to accommodate all of their children, dogs and cars in luxurious style.
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A couple in Orange, Mass., was struggling to make ends meet until she won $4 million from the lottery and changed their lives; David Bromstad helps them find a home with tons of square footage and a huge backyard for their dog.
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A couple with two kids was looking for a home on Whidbey Island, Wash., when he won $200,000 from the lottery; with the extra money in their budget, David Bromstad helps them find the home of their dreams.
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A couple wins a million dollars, but instead of buying their own dream home, they want to buy one for their son that they can live in, too; David Bromstad has to find the perfect extended family home in Knoxville, Tenn., that meets everyone's needs.
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After thinking his scratch-off only won him a couple hundred bucks, a man scans his card to find out it carries a worth of $750,000, so the family shops for the home of their dreams.
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Bill and Eric hit the jackpot on the St. Patrick's Day lottery and couldn't believe their good luck; the happy couple and their twins need David's help finding a larger family home on Chicago's classy North Shore.
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Demolition man John beat the odds and won $10 million on a Massachusetts lottery ticket and he is now ready to kick off his work boots and retire into flip-flops in Hollywood, Fla.
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After scratching her way to a million-dollar win, a woman and her husband upsize their retirement plans to include a place on the shores of Pamlico Sound in North Carolina; David Bromstad helps them navigate one of the largest lagoons.
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A couple was approaching a chilly retirement when they won $1 million on a Canadian National Lottery; they're now ready to move to Nova Scotia, Canada, where David Bromstad will show them gorgeous lake and oceanfront properties.
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After deciding to pass the time with a scratcher, a man and his family found themselves $10 million richer; they are now looking for their dream home by the lake in Orlando and David is excited to show them an impressive list of homes to choose from.
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A dedicated wife, mother and lottery player with a daily scratch ticket ritual was finally rewarded after seven years of perseverance; her $1 million win has her family looking for a dream home in Western Massachusetts.
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After the rise of Silicon Valley, a couple in nearby San Jose, Calif., that never owned a home thought they would rent forever until he won $1 million on a scratch-off; David Bromstad is ready to help them find their dream home.
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A professional poker player with a total winning pot of $4 million is ready to buy a huge family home along Philadelphia's Main Line area; he challenges David Bromstad to find him a modern home unique enough for his quirky aesthetic.
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A Florida couple wins $15 million; David Bromstad steps in to help them decide whether they should buy a luxurious beachfront condo or move into a larger home away from downtown Miami with a pool to entertain family and friends.

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