Dan loves his 70-year old Denver home, but hates the never-ending maintenance. As a professional negotiator, he's ready to get down to business and trade his old house for an urban, contemporary condo. When potential buyers start complainin
Chris built his very first home and is now recruiting his realtor girlfriend to help him sell it. But mixing business with pleasure could prove disastrous as the sale process heats up and tempers flare. Is there a happy end in sight or will
Ginger and Chad need more storage than most, considering his passion for race cars and her passion for shopping. But when they try to sell their house near Dallas to get a bigger one, they get a rude awakening. It looks like buyers aren't w
A South Carolina couple want to sell her house before they get married. But they lose confidence in their realtor after a square-footage gaff and lack of showings. They decide to take matters into their own hands and sell the house themselv
He's a calf-roping preacher and she's a former NASA scientist. Together, Jennifer and Ronnie dream of life out on the open range in Texas. But their plan hits a snag when they learn the house Ronnie custom built has some major flaws in the
Thaisa and Jerrold want a bigger house for raising their 3 preschool sons. This Charlotte, North Carolina couple resist lowering their price to be competitive with comps, but they learn the hard way that the sellers don't dictate what price
Marybeth and Jonathan are selling to get some serious family time together. They have a toddler son and a baby on the way but Jonathan spends hours in the car commuting to work. The two have renovated so they think it will sell quickly. But
Teri and Matt are sick of their enormous yard and want to downsize to something that doesn't have them working all weekend. They sink nearly $9,000 into upgrades, which draws in potential buyers but no offers. Frustrated, they switch realto
Brad and Kelly want to hit the road in an RV, so they can tour the country promoting Brad's music. But they have to sell their house in Waxahachie, Texas to buy their new home on wheels. After weeks with no offers and competition from 15 ot
Brandon & Melina are at a point in their careers where they can finally afford to buy their dream home, but they have to sell their starter home first. Things look promising when they quickly find a buyer and make an offer on their next hom
Cindy and Troy have two kids and a work-at-home lifestyle. When attorney Cindy decides they can't survive anymore without a real home office, they take their realtor's advice on staging and put the home on the market. A cash deal comes qu
Corley's bachelor pad doesn't cut it anymore, now that he's married a former Dallas Cowboy cheerleader and has two kids. Both he and wife Audrea think it's a gorgeous place that will sell quickly, but nearly a year on the market and three b
Renee can't wait to sell her Florida home and be free of all the responsibility that comes with it, especially the yardwork! But she bought the house just six months ago and she needs to make an extra $35,000 over her purchase price. Renee'
Joanne and Andrew spent $100,000 renovating their South Florida condo, but now they must sell because Andrew's taken a new job five hours away. Joanne stays behind to get the condo sold but soon regrets the decision. Their first realtor qui
Melanie and Jeff are busy parents of four kids under the age of 8! Their crazy, chaotic morning routine has them desperate to sell their Charlotte home and move across town closer to schools and work. After a year on the market, they switch
Michele and Steve put their Boca Raton house on the market and quickly realize they've got tremendous competition in the area. For months, they get nothing but low ball offers but the two refuse to give up. They need to live closer to their
Cheryl and Adam want a home that's not on top of the neighbors. They find the perfect place and decide to buy it before selling their first home. When time runs out, the double mortgages begin. With the house not moving, Cheryl and Adam hav
Christine and Mark try to sell their condo within a month after Mark gets a job in another state. Mark says he won't sell unless he makes back the money he has invested in the property. But that leads to a high list price that fails to gen
It looks like first-time sellers Amanda and Logan might have to sell for $100,000 less than their purchase price. They refuse to short-sell or go into foreclosure, even though they might have to bring more than $60,000 to the closing table.
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