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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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A self-confessed computer nerd finally came up with a $1 million win after consistently spending $6 a week on lottery tickets; it's up to David Bromstad to help him find the perfect bachelor pad in the historic seaside town of Milford, Conn.
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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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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 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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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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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 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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California empty-nesters with a retirement all planned out suddenly win the Powerball, so they set their sights on an ocean view in Orange County.
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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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After winning $1 million, a couple seeks a home in Jupiter, Fla., which is renowned for the lifestyle it offers to the rich and famous; Florida's booming population and low stock challenge David Bromstad to find a glamorous home at the right price.
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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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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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David Bromstad helps a lottery-winning couple on their hunt for the perfect forever home just outside of St. Louis.
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After winning a million dollars on a scratcher, a New Hampshire couple can now afford to buy their first family home.
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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 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 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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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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Fran stops by the grocery store for milk and comes home a multimillionaire from a lottery win; she and her partner Sharon plan to retire and want to find their dream home in Suffield, Conn.
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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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