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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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David Bromstad helps a young family of four search the suburbs outside Boston for the perfect family dream home with lots of elbow room and a yard big enough for a swing set and pool.
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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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Shane won $1 million on a scratcher, so he and his partner, Crystal are searching for a dream home in Tallahassee, Fla.; Crystal wants a beautiful home that's move-in ready, and Shane wants a huge yard for their two dogs.
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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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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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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 winning big on a scratcher, a California single mom is ready to leave her mobile home, job and old life behind for a new start in Las Vegas; David is ready to show her three very different locations to see which one is just right.
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A man's hard work pays off when he wins $7 million after playing the same set of numbers for three years; instead of buying a home for himself, he hopes David can help him find a Texas mansion for his mom where she can enjoy her twilight years.
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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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After these newlyweds bought a lotto ticket at a gas station, they filled up both their gas tank and their bank account; the instant millionaires are now searching for their dream home in Columbus, Ohio, where they can start a family.
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After a man hit it big in Vegas on his wife's birthday, a couple is ready to find a quiet spot where they can raise their family away from the bright lights of the Strip; David works to find the perfect family home far from the commotion of the city.
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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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Jesus never won more than a hundred dollars from the lottery, until his luck changed when he bought a $20 scratcher that netted him a $4 million win; this car-crazy millionaire now needs a new pad to house all his flashy new rides in Kankakee, Ill.
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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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When a work colleague wanted to take a chance on some lottery scratchers, Ashley was happy to join in; $1 million later, Ashley can move out of her rental in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and buy her first home with her winnings.
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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 young-at-heart grandmother wants to buy the perfect house that's big enough to entertain her family, but small enough to maintain it herself.
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A lottery skeptic won $1 million on the first scratch ticket she ever bought; now, with the help of property ace David Bromstad, she and her husband set out to buy the perfect retirement palace in sunny Florida.
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A young Massachusetts couple with six kids felt cramped in their water damaged two-bedroom house, but after winning, they're finally able to buy a home big enough for their huge family.
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After couch surfing and living paycheck to paycheck, Craig can now buy the peaceful and quiet land he's wanted in rural Indiana.
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A $5 million lottery win has one lucky New York woman looking for a lakefront vacation cottage where she can relax with her girlfriends; although she wants to keep it simple, David steps in to find some perfect properties in the majestic Adirondacks.

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