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House Hunters Renovation season 9 episodes list:
John, Sarah and their three young children recently relocated to Southern California and are eager to buy a home in Thousand Oaks. Working with an $860,000 budget, they hope to find something with a large backyard and an updated master bathroom. Sarah would like a ranch home with a contemporary farmhouse style, while John would prefer a Spanish-style home with clean lines and a modern vibe. They also have deal-breakers, like John's hatred of round design elements and Sarah not wanting a drain in the middle of the shower floor. They finally find a home and start renovations, but pricey issues keep popping up that hurt their timeline and also their budget. Will the stress and headaches be worth it in the end?
Natalie and Matt love living in Redondo Beach, California, but want more space so they can start growing their family. Natalie is a food blogger, so she needs a larger kitchen with more counter space and natural light for photographs. While she loves the rustic farmhouse look, Matt prefers something more masculine and industrial for their home. Once they find a house they can agree on, they set about opening up the kitchen and redoing the bathrooms. In the end, they hope to have the perfect home for their future family that features a blend of their personal styles.
Computer engineers Cory and Caitlin are young, quirky, and a perfect fit in the 'keep it weird' city of Austin, Texas. Ready to take the plunge and buy their first home together, they disagree on what they want: Caitlin has her heart set on a midcentury with a cottage interior while Cory has visions of a real Texas ranch with limestone and lots of land. When they find the happy medium between their two styles, renovations prove much harder than expected for this tech-savvy duo.
A couple gets pushed out of their comfort zone during a full-house renovation in Burbank, California.
Tired of living in apartments and with two little boys in tow, Lucho and Annie are ready to buy their first real home for their family. They are looking for a toddler-friendly place with a big yard, large kitchen and enough space to grow for years to come, so they've decided to focus their search in the trendy area of Eagle Rock, CA. After finding a place to call their own within their budget, Lucho and Annie have one unexpected cost after another, and quickly discover that even the smallest of homes can come with some hefty renovation price tags. But with the help of interior designer Stephanie Leese and contractor Cristian Cruz, they maximize their small place with big design ideas, creating a stunning interior and a paradise of a backyard.
Cassie and Oliver are tired of living in LA rental properties with their three dogs, so they're looking for a spacious house with a big yard in the San Fernando Valley. Oliver, a former chef, wants a ranch-style home with a huge kitchen, while Cassie, a former swimmer, dreams of a pool and a cottage-style home. After they find their perfect place, Cassie and Oliver find themselves in over their heads and knee-deep in construction problems. They sort out how to handle over-sized appliances and a new layout to create a design they can both agree on.
Chad and Kelsie are eager to buy their first home in Austin, TX, with designated areas for their lifestyles. Once they find a house and start renovations, the couple finds out it's not everything it's cracked up to be.
Now that they have a young son, Lars and Katherine would like to trade their cramped Los Angeles rental for a spacious three-bedroom house with a garage where Lars can store his 11 bicycles, three cars and the boat he recently built. They'd also like their new home to showcase the furniture they've inherited from their families. Sadly, the pricey L.A. market means their million dollar budget won't go far, so they'll have put some sweat equity into their new home to get everything they want and more. Once they find the right house, major renovations begin in the kitchen and the bedrooms, but a costly wall removal bid stops them in their renovation tracks. With the budget skyrocketing and surprise plumbing costs, Lars and Katherine will need to set their priorities in order to get all the work done on time.