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Kelly and Phabian have already made 8 offers in their search for a place for their family in Livermore, CA, but are still waiting for a ''yes.'' Just when they think their luck is changing, they get bad news about their dream house. The co
Newlyweds Christina and Randald moved back to Massachusetts to be closer to her family. It's challenging to find what they want under their price ceiling of $300K, so how strict will they be when the deal comes down to whether the sellers f
Jennifer and Andrew are struggling to find their first home in pricy San Francisco. They begin their home search without a realtor and quickly realize they need help. They interview and hire Caroline who shows them a gorgeous townhouse.
Kim and Terence are getting married in 60 days and want to find their first home before the wedding. Will this double deadline force a compromise onwhat they want in their first place?
Keia, a single mom of 7-year old Eduardo, makes an offer on an Annapolis townhome and gives notice at her rental before she hears the offer response. She's shocked when she's forced to walk away from the seller's counter, but is now under
Julia and Matt have good jobs, a healthy savings account and big dreams of buying their first place. But Julia's past credit history comes back to haunt them. She's paid every penny but still can't be on the mortgage application. Their idea
After Audra and Brian adopted 4 siblings, their 1,000-square-foot rental very quickly became cramped. An exhausting and indecisive home search finally unearthed a hidden gem. Unfortunately no one can come to terms with closing costs. The
Dominique wants a move-in ready place but Roderick prefers to get his hands dirty on a fixer-upper project or two. The problem is, she doesn't think he's nearly as handy as he would like to believe. Wanting to ditch a costly month-to-month
Aaron and his girlfriend, Ashley, will only buy a home in one specific neighborhood in Dallas called Lake Ridge Estates. The problem?affordable homes in the area rarely come on the market and when they do are snatched up quickly. When the
Faced with only a few months before their wedding, LaKeasha and Jared race to find their first place in Baltimore. Already paying $1600 in rent to go month-to-month, they are eager to get out of their small apartment and settle in before th
Kyle wants to buy a downtown condo he can share with his friend and roommate, Sarah. With Boston condos at sky-high prices, can Kyle stretch his $450K budget to find a place with enough space for them both?
Living near public transportation is a top consideration for first-time buyers Kristy and Doug, as Kristy has vision issues that make living near public transporation a must. But these two attorneys are more than ready to drive a hard barg
Alexis and Dan are bickering over location. Dan wants to buy their first place 45 minutes out from Baltimore, to get more bang for their buck. Alexis wants to stay closer in to shorten her commute. Touring homes in both locations doesn't
Dannelle, a young lawyer, is ready to move out of Mom's house and find her dream condo near downtown Nashville. Despite a strict budget, she finds a great little place, but a surprise at inspection sends her in a different direction.
Korynne is a businesswoman who wants a low maintenance, high security town home or condo in Dallas, complete with granite, hardwoods, and other amenities. She also wants a value price. When she finally finds the condo of her dreams and the
Megan wants a home with low maintenance in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. But serious competition in her price range makes the home buying game difficult. Will Megan be able to out-negotiate the competition to get into her first place?
Ross is moving to Nashville to buy a home to be with his girlfriend, Marla. Ross is out of town when Marla finds her dream home. Can she convince him to bid sight-unseen on this property that's above his budget?
Karolina and Lukas are getting married in 7 months and are desperate to buy their first home before they walk down the aisle. They put in an offer but the seller plays a cat and mouse game over $1,500 and tries to pressure them into making
Sylvia and Paul are soon to be wed and have a plan to buy a fixer-upper in Chicago to make all their own. They soon discover that, if they add the cost of improvements to their budget, they can just as easily buy a finished home with many
My First Place follows a set of first-time buyers and their realtor along the stress-filled, yet exciting, search for the perfect home. Get the latest info on financing in a down market, plus proven know-how straight from the real estate professionals.