Six couples are given the chance to earn £15,000 towards a deposit for their dream home, but there's a twist...only one of them will be doing the property search.
The series follows one half of a couple as they attempt to select the perfect property for both their partner and themselves. They must have an offer accepted on a property and then get their partner's approval before the money's in the bag, putting their relationship to the ultimate test - and their dreams left hanging in the balance.
In episode one, Shan and Dan shelve their wedding plans in favour of finding their first house. But Shan isn't the only one Dan is trying to please, Shan's five sisters 'The Kardashian's of Kent' also have an opinion about their future home. They must have no contact for three weeks - or they lose the money. Will Dan find their dream home or will Shan decide it's not for them and risk losing that precious deposit?
This is a nail-biting series about the reality of buying a home and getting on the property ladder. Each episode delves into the conflicts that many couples face when searching for their ideal home, one person's dream house is the other's worst nightmare. Demanding Amy's heart is set on a new build, whereas Chris pines for a period property in episode two.
Honey I Bought The House, new and exclusive to W from Monday 6th February, 8pm.
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