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Armed with large bank accounts and fantasies of living in mansions bigger than city blocks, lottery winners search for new homes.

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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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After lady luck rewards a retired firefighter for a lifetime of service with a big win, dream-home hunter David Bromstad helps him search for the perfect bachelor pad in the Lakeland region of Florida.
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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 professional poker player and his family are looking for their ultimate dream home in Fort Worth, Texas; David Bromstad's expertise is needed to find a place big enough to fit dad, mom and their three small children.
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This Louisiana man was homeless and crashing on his son's couch when he won $2 million; now David Bromstad is helping the lucky overnight millionaire find the perfect property in Lafayette where he can party with his family and enjoy his fortunes.
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After purchasing a scratch card at a local garage and winning a million dollars, Scott and Paige are looking to upgrade their family home in Champaign, Ill.; David Bromstad sets out with the couple to help them find the perfect property.
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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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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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A Massachusetts mom came home from grocery shopping with an extra four million dollars in her pocket.
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A pair of siblings vowed to their late father they would always look out for one another, so when one won the lottery, he didn't hesitate to split it; they now have the chance to re-create cherished family holidays in New Hampshire.
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A single mother and her 14-year-old son get the chance to fulfil their dream of moving out of their tiny one-bedroom sublet and into a bigger place of their own in Cape Cod.
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A former carpenter and his fiance want to fulfill a lifelong dream of living on the coast of Maine after winning the lottery.
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Nick won $100,000 from a scratch off and now he and his wife Robyn want to buy their forever home in Bangor, Pennsylvania; David Bromstad is challenged to find them a single-family home on a very small budget.
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Million-dollar winner Marcie is back and she's in love; life has changed a lot for her since David helped her find the perfect dream home on Cape Cod so she's ready to trade up for a couple's cottage in the South Shore Corridor of Massachusetts.
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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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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 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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When a New York couple wins $7 million on the lottery, the two say goodbye to hard work in the Big Apple and hello to sunny retirement in Vero Beach, Fla.; they shop for the perfect property in a corner of the Sunshine State that oozes Florida charm.
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When Laura and John got engaged, they got a surprise early wedding gift in the form of a $1 million win on a scratch card; now this young couple is looking for a home with some old-fashioned charm and space to start a family in Worcester, Mass.
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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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Billy won a million dollars on a scratch-off and changed his family's life, no longer living paycheck to paycheck; they need David Bromstad's help to find a forever home in Knoxville, Tenn., that fits their $180,000 budget.

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