Pretend You’re on “House Hunters” With Your Love, and We’ll Guess What State You Live In

By: Jennifer Post

Pretend You’re on “House Hunters” With Your Love, and We’ll Guess What State You Live In
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About This Quiz

Now's the time to really test your relationship. Being on "House Hunters" seems great, and while some people who have been on the show say it's a complete farce, people don't watch it because of its element of reality. Maybe at first, they did, but then the show, the couples, the budgets, everything, became a huge internet joke. 

Men constantly ribbing their wives for the eventuality of them taking up all the closet space and they'll have to use the hall closet. Wives walking into every room saying how it could be a nursery one day. Couples looking for their forever home that's 4,000 square feet but having the budget of a recent college graduate. Man, all of these things make "House Hunters" a true national treasure. 

If you want to know what going on "House Hunters" with your love would be like, but don't want to commit to being on a TV show, this quiz is just right for you. After carefully examining many episodes of the show, these questions have been carefully selected to guess where you and your love live in. The best part? Take this quiz, pretend to go on "House Hunters" with your love and we'll guess what state you live in!

What type of house are you on the hunt for?
A big single family home
Pretty much any kind I can afford
A townhouse
Definitely an apartment or condo

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Is your budget realistic for where you're looking to live?
It's probably way more than we'll actually need.
Man, I hope so.
It'll be tight, but yes.
We might have to compromise on a few things.

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Do you need a room for a nursery?
Not yet, but having one just in case is important.
Maybe a tiny one
Having the extra room for multi-uses would be nice.
The master will work for that for a while.

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How many total closets do you and your significant other need in the master bedroom?
One for each of us
We'll probably share one.
If it's a walk-in, just one.
We need at least two, but I'm not sure we'll find it.

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Is a home office needed for you guys?
Oh, yes we definitely need that.
Maybe a little desk in the living room
I'd probably turn the formal dining room into the office.
Anywhere I can set my laptop is good enough.

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How many cars are you looking to fit in your garage?
Three seems about right
Garage? Ha!
Two cars with a little space for storage
I'm lucky to get a parking space in the garage.

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What do you picture when you walk into each home you're looking at?
Big family dinners and holidays
Where I'll put my plants
I try to picture all of my furniture in the space.
I try to imagine if all of my stuff will fit in the closets.

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Is there anything that you're not willing to compromise on?
We won't budge on a big yard.
We absolutely need a spacious kitchen.
More than an hour to the beach is a no from us.
We will not tolerate being close to bars.

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Do you feel like the things you want in your house actually exist?
They most definitely do.
Not in the location I'm looking at
Maybe, but if not I'll just add those things later.
Yeah, we're pretty low maintenance.

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Which style of house do you want to live in most?
Plantation style
Very architectural and futuristic looking
Classic Tudor style
Modern with lots of windows

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How much do you hate carpet? Be honest.
I actually prefer carpet.
Carpet will not work.
In some rooms it's okay.
It can be really cozy.

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If you see a wall with a paint color you don't like, what's your first thought?
I know I can just re-paint it.
It deters me from the place.
"Who in their right mind would paint a wall this color?"
I actually don't notice the wall colors.

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Are you hoping for certain appliances in the kitchen?
Yes, we want stainless steel.
As long as they work I'm good.
It absolutely has to be a gas range.
If there's a microwave or at least room for one, I'm happy.

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Do you want to be near the city?
Close enough for day trips, but far enough that we don't get the noise.
We would love that but definitely can't afford it.
I need to be for work.
We could go either way.

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Is granite really the best material for countertops?
It's so classy.
No way, it's so outdated.
My partner loves it, but I think it's tacky.
Marble is the new granite.

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Would having a pool be a positive or a negative for the two of you?
Definitely a positive
I prefer oceans.
They're nice to look at, but they're a lot of maintenance.
For right now it's a negative.

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Is your partner getting a man cave/she shed?
Oh yes, we are decorating them in our minds as we speak.
No, we think those are silly.
I'm sure the garage will turn into the man cave.
We share every space equally.

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Do you actually know anything about architecture and home design?
Only what I've seen on TV.
No, but it's fun to pretend.
I do know a little bit.
My partner reads a lot so we're pretty well versed.

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How do you feel about stairs in the home?
I could live without them.
Do people have strong feelings about stairs?
Stairs are a necessity for a two-story or more house.
They're great exercise.

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What is your ideal commute time?
Five minutes
Anything less than an hour is a win.
A quick train ride
About 20 minutes seems reasonable

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Is being one town over from your desired neighborhood acceptable?
I wouldn't mind.
No, there's a big difference in that one town over distance.
Depends on how good the house is.
I wouldn't really care.

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Are you and your significant other open to a fixer-upper?
Nah, we want a move-in-ready home.
Sure! Sounds fun.
It would be a good relationship test that's for sure.
Not at this point in our lives.

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Who else are you taking on the house hunt with you?
No one, they just cloud judgment.
My sister and mother
Just us and the realtor
Our dog, it has to get a feel for the place too.

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Are you worried house hunting will cause a rift in your relationship?
If it were, we wouldn't be buying a house together.
We might bicker, but it will be for the best.
It's definitely a concern.
Maybe temporarily, but when we find the right place, all will be right.

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What do the words "open floor plan" mean to you and your partner?
Something we definitely want.
Basically just one open space
That's a little too modern for what we want.
A dream

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Do you want new construction, or are you guys looking for something with a little more charm and character?
New homes can definitely have charm and character.
New construction is too expensive so older home by default.
Charm and character all the way!
New construction for sure

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How much entertaining do the two of you like to do?
Basically every weekend
We prefer to go out with friends than have people over.
A good bit, but not too much
We love having people over as much as possible.

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Once you've seen a number of places, how long does it take you and your love to make a final decision?
Probably about a week
Things move fast where we're at so ASAP.
A few days should be enough.
We'll definitely take out time.

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Are you willing to go over budget for the perfect house?
I think we could swing it.
Depends how much over budget.
Nah, we're pretty set on our budget.
For the perfect house, we'll do what we need to.

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Do you dream of his and hers sinks?
Two sinks are a must.
We've done one sink before so we can do it again.
It would be ideal since we'll be in the house for a while.
Just sounds like more to clean.

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