Pretend You're a Buyer on House Hunters and We'll Guess What Your Absurd Job Would Be

By: Jennifer Post
Estimated Completion Time
5 min
Pretend You're a Buyer on House Hunters and We'll Guess What Your Absurd Job Would Be
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About This Quiz

Being on "House Hunters" seems like a real trip. Whether you're looking for your forever home, your for now home or something in between, there are so many things to consider when buying a house. Setting your budget is the first step, and from there, it gets so fun. Searching for a home that has the right kitchen, the perfect bedroom and the most spacious backyard is the pinnacle of adulthood. Or maybe you care more about the colors on the wall and the type of flooring your feet will be walking on for years to come. A lot of things about a house can be changed over time, but there are some elements that will remain indefinitely. 

The job you have will play a big part in what kind of house you can get. Those on "House Hunters" honestly have the most unique jobs, and the internet has taken it and turned them into a culture of its own. Maybe it's out of jealousy that someone can actually afford a million-dollar home with a job like professional book organizer, or maybe it's just out of complete shock that these are jobs that exist today. Want to know what absurd job you would have on "House Hunters?" Pretend to be on the show and we'll guess!


What's your absolutely top budget?
One million dollars
Around $1.2 million
I'm gonna start with $800,000.
I really don't have one.

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How many houses do you want to look at before having to make a final decision?
No more than 5
Three should be enough.
Hopefully I find it on the first try.
Probably 10

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Is there one thing that you are not willing to go without?
Original hardwood floors
All stainless steel appliances
A big backyard with a pool
A guesthouse

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Where is there a little more wiggle room?
I will budge on the size of the bedrooms.
I don't need real hardwood.
As long as there's more than one bathroom, I'm fine.
Paint color

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What do you hope you feel when you walk into the right house?
I hope I can picture myself in the house.
I want to feel like it's a place that I can raise kids in.
Right at home
Comfortable

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Where are you looking for your home?
By the beach somewhere
I want to be near the woods.
Anywhere the price and house is right
Close to family

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Do you want a lot of land?
That sounds like a lot of upkeep.
I wouldn't mind some acreage.
Enough for a pool and a big deck for entertaining
Yes, I want gardens.

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How often do you plan on entertaining?
Every weekend
At least a few times a month
I'll host holidays.
Rarely

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Is having a garage important to you?
Oh yes, at least a three-car garage
It would be nice as a studio.
For storage, yes
Houses look incomplete without a garage.

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Do you need to be near a city?
That doesn't matter to me.
Close enough that I can get to it, but not too close.
I don't need to be, but I would like to be.
It is more fun that way.

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Do you require a walk-in closet?
If I'm paying a lot of money, I want a large closet.
Not require, but desire
It would definitely be nice.
I'm looking for older homes, so I probably won't get one.

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How would you handle the house you really want being over budget?
I would offer what I'm willing to pay.
If the house is worth it, I'll pay it.
I will not go over budget.
I'd negotiate for sure.

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Are good schools something you're worrying about?
Not yet, no.
I guess I should worry about that.
I definitely don't care about that.
Not worrying, but it's on my mind.

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Would you ever live in a tiny house?
That sounds like my kind of house.
Um, no.
Maybe if it was going to be my vacation house
Never say never.

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If a house didn't have a separate space for an office, would you cross it off the list right away?
Nah, I can work from anywhere.
I don't need a home office.
Yes, an office is a must.
It would still stay in the running.

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Are you looking for move-in ready or a bit of a fixer upper?
I need move-in ready.
I could fix up a few easy things.
It doesn't matter.
More move-in ready, I think.

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Do you want to be close to family?
I actually want to be far from family.
I have family all over, so it doesn't matter.
I need to be close to family.
It would definitely be nice.

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Will you do some landscaping yourself, or do you want that to already be done?
I can definitely do it myself.
I'll hire someone.
For the level of homes I'm looking at, it would be nice to have it already done.
I actually didn't even think about landscaping.

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What's a fun extra in a house that you would want?
A movie room would be cool.
A tennis court
Pool and pool house
It'd be cool if it were haunted.

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What do you need to be the biggest room in the house?
The master bedroom
The kitchen
The living room
The master bathroom

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What would make you immediately walk out of a house?
Red carpet
Not enough windows
Mold in the bathrooms
The smell of animals

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How many bedrooms do you want in the house?
At least two
Three minimum
I think four is a good number.
I want room to grow, so no less than five bedrooms.

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Is there a specific view you want from your bedroom window?
Lots of trees
My backyard and my gardens and water features
The beach
Tropical flowers

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Are you moving in with anyone?
My significant other
Just myself
My best friend
Not yet, but I might have someone live with me to help pay the bills.

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Do you need space for pets?
Not too much space, no.
I have a couple dogs, so a backyard is needed.
Nope, no pets here!
Maybe for future pets

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Is it ideal to have neighbors close in age?
It's ideal, but I can make friends with anyone.
I like to live near families, it's nicer.
I'd rather not have any neighbors.
That would be so fun.

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Do you want new construction, or are you OK with something a little older?
New construction for sure
I could take something with a few years on it.
If it's the right house, I don't care when it's from.
I think new construction, but who knows.

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Are you looking for really high end finishes?
Oh definitely
In the kitchen I am
Eh, that's not so important.
I can always change them later.

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Is it crucial to be near good restaurants?
I absolutely need good food around me.
I cook for myself a lot, so it's not crucial.
I do like a little treat every now and then.
Especially ones I can walk to

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How are you celebrating once you close on your house?
With a dinner party
Pool party!
Having guests for the weekend
A quiet night in

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