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Buying a house can be a stressful, time-consuming process, which is why people turn to shows such as "Open House" to get help in the real estate market. Hosts Sara Gore and George Oliphant (who also rescues homeowners' renovation projects on sister show "George to the Rescue," which began as a segment of "Open House" before becoming a stand-alone show) showcase some of the hottest homes on the market in major cities, get interior design tips from experts and provide information on what people need to know about stylish living.

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