Tiny House Hunting follows realtors as they help a pair of tiny home seekers find the perfect existing mini-space. Whether it’s a potential full-time home in the Rockies or a tiny beach getaway on the coast of Florida, each potential homeowner will be shown three different abodes and then decide which is the best fit for them. The series will showcase families on the hunt for something new while bringing a fresh perspective to “scaling back.”
Gus and Kyle crave a tiny, vacation home along the shores of Lake Superior in Northern Wisconsin, where they can escape their hectic lifestyle to enjoy the natural surroundings and quality time with each other.
Jacqueline and her husband David want to raise their growing family in the city they love, but buying a tiny space is an all out survival tactic.
Eric Cavizo, an eccentric barbershop owner wants to buy his very first home that he can share with his seven-year-old son, Kaden; Eric is having a tough time trimming down his options.
Empty nesters Glen and Lawson are looking for the perfect, tiny beachside getaway for themselves and their family; finding a tiny beach bungalow that accommodates seven and fulfills the other items on their wish list will be quite the challenge.
Middle School Gym teacher Jason is looking to trade in his comfortable one bedroom Seattle apartment for a tiny floating bachelor pad. But will living in a tiny houseboat mean giving up the party and entertaining space his lifestyle requires? And is life on the water all it's cracked up to be?
Erin and Lindsey are outdoor sports fanatics. So it's not a shock that they've targeted Lindsey's hometown of Jackson Hole, Wyoming for their first home purchase. To make their dream affordable, they're looking at a new community of state of the art tiny homes. But will going tiny be a good thing for their ten-year relationship?
Cathy tells her partner Andy that she's ready to downsize from their twenty-six hundred square foot lives in Pennsylvania into a tiny Cape Cod cottage near the beach, but much to Andy's dismay, she's having trouble walking the talk.
Celine and her wife Jac are getting tired of the constant upkeep and maintenance that their traditional 1920s home demands, so they've decided to go tiny.
Matthew has decided to go tiny and with the help of his brother, he's enlisted sisters Lila, an architectural designer, and Jenny, a real estate agent, to help him find the perfect pad.
Mickey and Catalina are hoping to find a home that's close to their favorite hiking trail, has enough yard space for their beloved dog, and has a great design aesthetic.
John and Sarah, a young and successful couple living in Nashville, have become tiny house enthusiasts. They've embraced a lifestyle in which less is more, and hope to raise their two-year-old daughter on the principles of simple living and valuing experiences over possessions. But local laws prohibit long-term living in tiny houses, and they're not sure if John's desire for a functional kitchen will be at odds with Sarah's budget concerns.
Sara and Andy started out as roommates living together in a rental in San Francisco, but before long, their friendship blossomed into romance. Now, they're finally ready to invest in a place of their own, and with a modest budget, they have their hearts set on going tiny. They've recruited Sara's cousin Jennifer, a local real estate agent, to help find a tiny home for them and their dog. Sara prefers a house with a yard, while Andy advocates for a condo, so there will be a lot of discussion about compromise as they traverse the hills of San Francisco.
Alice decided to ditch her regular-sized apartment, along with most of her belongings, and opt for a tiny house.