A family with a passion for travel follows a job opportunity abroad in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The country is home to Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti region and the Masai people, so the family thinks the culture and warm tropical island vibe of Dar es Salaam will be a perfect fit. With the location decided, the family now must choose between living in a free-standing home with plenty of outdoor space or living closer to the beach in something smaller and lower maintenance. Will the family find their African dream home?
Globetrotting Hoosiers Pat and Karen fell in love with San Jose and are ready to make the move from Indiana, but with no mortgages in Ecuador, they must pay in full with their life savings. They want to be both close to the beach and within walking distance to town. Karen wants a home large enough to host friends and family, but Pat is looking to downsize and is holding firm to their budget.
A couple leaves the rolling hills of Tennessee for a bombshell job offer in Nuremberg, Germany. He wants a modern home with a short commute, but she prefers a home with character in the city center that's close to shops and restaurants.
A couple has the opportunity to move to Okinawa, Japan, for work and they know it's too good to pass up. However, their son is going into his senior year and he is reluctant to say goodbye to all of his friends and move to another country.
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