house-hunting

house-hunting

n
the act of searching for a house to buy or rent
Translations

house-hunting

[ˈhaʊsˌhʌntɪŋ] N to go househuntingir buscando casa
References in classic literature ?
"If I'm stupid, get me back to the house-hunting. I'll even live in Oxford if you like--North Oxford.
Her thoughts turned sadly to house-hunting. Wickham Place had been so safe.
So let's go house-hunting at once, before exams come on."
Accordingly they went house-hunting, but to find just what they wanted proved even harder than Priscilla had feared.
House-hunting in the other end of town ceased, and on Pine Street, between Fifth and Fourth, and in immediate proximity to the great Southern Pacific railroad yards, Billy and Saxon rented a neat cottage of four small rooms for ten dollars a month.
Kirstie and Phil are house-hunting around Brighton and Hove, where Phil helps young first-time buyers Charlie and Katy.
Although you might assume Christmas would be a major distraction from house-hunting, the opposite is in fact the case, as peoples' thoughts turn to making a fresh start in the new year and they take advantage of time off work to start their search."
The growth in property websites and house-hunting apps has made it easier for people to take a peek at homes for sale from the comfort of their own armchair.
'TRADITIONAL' HOUSE-HUNTING METHODS STILL POPULAR AROUND half of house buyers end up finding their property through "traditional" methods such as spotting a for sale sign or browsing an estate agent's window - despite the growth in house-hunting apps and websites, research suggests.
Poluk's original post appeared to have been removed from the social-media house-hunting page last night.
Kendall, 19, has a cool PS5million budget and Harry, 20, has recommended an agent who specialises in celeb house-hunting.