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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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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 their retirement got a lot warmer with a $1-million New York scratcher win, a couple is following their best friends to Punta Gorda, Fla., where they hope David will help them buy into a classy retirement village.
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Daniel and Marcia won $1 million in the state lottery and can now afford to buy a dream home in Montana to accommodate their big family; Daniel wants a ranch on 200 acres of land, but Marcia would like something more manageable.
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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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Grandpa Jeff takes his babysitting duties very seriously, so when he wins $1 million in Roanoke, Va., he knows his dream home has to include a large backyard for his four grandchildren; David shows Jeff some great properties with plenty of pasture.
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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 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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When Jorge, Jackie and their daughter, Jillian, win $5 million on a Florida scratcher, they can finally buy the horse ranch they've dreamed about; David meets up with them in Loxahatchee, Fla., to help find the perfect house, land and stables.
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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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Single mother Wendy wins $200,000 a year for life, and she can finally treat herself to a dream home; she wants to move back to Lake City, Fla., to be closer to her family, and she desperately wants to live on a big piece of land.
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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 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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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 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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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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Lottery winners are given the chance to start a new life together by getting married and buying their dream home in Las Vegas with their $1.6-million winnings; they have an eye for design and want to put their stamp on whatever house they choose.
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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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After renting a holiday cabin at the same lake for 36 years, a couple's $2 million Florida State Lottery win means they can now make it a permanent second home; traveling to Dale Hollow Lake, David unlocks a hidden paradise in Tennessee.
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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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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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