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Staci is a 26 year old single mom living with her parents. She and her 20-month old son need a place of their own. Her parents have agreed to help her buy her first house, but she adamantly wants to live in a country setting, while they ve
Shani, an 18 year-old aspiring singer, wants a cool downtown condo. Her parents, David and Miri, have the down payment. But Miri isn't about to let her young daughter live far from the family's suburban home. So Daddy's Little Girl gets cra
Back from five years of traveling, Devon is ready to settle and buy her own place. Her parents, Cathy and Gerry, have the down payment. But finding a home they both like is a major struggle. Chris, Devon's realtor brother, is on hand to kee
Young, hip, and soon-to-be homeless, Dessa and Tony are excited to buy their first home in the trendy west end. Monica, a contractor and Dessa's mom, has the down payment. But Dessa and Tony clash with her plan to buy a fixer-upper. The wal
Omer needs to move out of his parent's house but his parents want him to live with them forever! He bands together with his sister, Sarah, to wear them down so he can fly the coop and buy a downtown condo.
Free-spirited friends, Arty and Emma, are wacky circus performers who have joined forces to buy a triplex. Their moms, Anna and Nella, have the down payment. But Anna thumbs her nose at everything and Nella, who is also their realtor, doesn
Single-mother Toni, 41, is fiercely independent but runs straight to "Mommy Moneybags" when she decides to buy a bigger house. But Claudia deems her daughter's move unnecessary. Mom finally agrees to bankroll the deal but that doesn't mean
My House, Your Money reveals what really goes on behind closed doors as prospective homebuyers turn to their extended family members for financial help in order to land their dream home. Cameras catch all the drama and high-stakes pressure of the classic generational tug of war as families fight for their property pick and struggle to come to a compromise. What could possibly go wrong when the grown-up kids want a beautiful home to live in and the parents want a safe place to invest their money?