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House Hunters International is the door to ring show for any house or mansion lover and for every travel dreamer, from Brazil to France, Costa Rica to Belgrade, and all over the world where you can get your imagination fly. The show is carried among the wealthiest and the most sumptuous properties featuring incredible architecture and design, elegance and style, or the cozy warm cottages and apartments with the professionalism of true real estate agents in action.

House Hunters International is focused on showing the impossible to be possible throughout exotic locations, metropolis, fields and blue seas with the mission to envelop the viewer in the richness and flavor of other countries real estate.

Being one of the first of its kind, House Hunters International, not only aims to show that there are more properties out there achievable to all budgets, but the show also stimulates the desire, who knows, to relocate at anywhere in the world, with the incredible task very well presented by the real estate agents of vastly presenting the surrounding areas wherever they go.

The amazing episodes are full of education and training on the handling of an offer to buy any property, house lovers also enjoy the free ride, sharing with the real estate agents and buyers the different cultures and idiosyncrasies found in every international hunt.

Definitely this amazing show has been created not just for house lovers, but for travelers as well as interior designers. House Hunters International is a show for multiple interests full of amazing destines and real life situations.

Weekdays 10:30 PM et/pt on HGTV
31 Seasons, 1192 Episodes - Currently Airing
February 20, 2006
Home & Garden, How To, Reality
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House Hunters International Full Episode Guide

  • Rob and Nadine were working 12 hour days in Linden, New Jersey, but dreaming of a different life with fresh fruit, sandy beaches and howler monkeys. So they bought a plot of land in Costa Rica -- only to find out that building permits were impossible to get. As a result, they lost of a substantial chunk of their nest egg. Still committed to moving to Costa Rica, Rob and Nadine have decided starting a bed and breakfast is the way to go. But first they'll need to agree on just how much of a fixer upper they can handle.

  • Francophiles Todd and Jim want to purchase a vacation home in Villefranche-sur-Mer on the French Rivera. The area is known to be very chic, and the asking prices for properties overlooking the Mediterranean are as impressive as the views. Can Todd and Jim's budget afford them the view of their dreams?

  • Kate and Ian are lifelong diving fanatics and after getting married, they visited Bonaire and immediately started to plan for the future. Their dream is to have a beachfront home with direct access to this southern Caribbean island's beautiful diving reefs, but that dream is quickly scuttled when the couple discovers that mortgage restrictions in Bonaire limits their purchase to cash-only. The couple knows that spending too much of their life savings means they will have to remain in California part time and continue to work, but the temptation of a savings-devouring beachfront home may prove to be too much. In the end, the battle between budget and location will determine whether Kate and Ian can sink or swim in Bonaire.

  • When newlyweds Rachel and Vince got married, she was sure his traveling days were over. So when Vince asked Rachel to move to Lisbon, she was shocked. Rachel has never lived outside of Chicago or her comfort zone, and while Vince loves the fish out of water experience of living like the locals, Rachel wants an apartment with the modern look she's used to. The only thing this couple can agree on is space for a ping pong table.

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