Two strangers in their twenties have agreed to become roommates and pool their resources to achieve their dream of living on St. Thomas. However, limited availability in their price range makes the search more difficult and is compounded by their disagreement on what the ideal island home should be like.
A couple living in France is looking to expand their bed and breakfast/English immersion program into his native Hungary. They want to find a place with enough space for their kids and their business, but soon find out that they may not be able to afford the luxuries they currently have in France.
A military family follows a new assignment to Suffolk, England, and can't agree on what kind of house will benefit them the most. She's excited for her kids to experience the history and culture England has to offer and thinks a quaint English cottage would be perfect for the family. He, however, is only concerned with practicality and comfort so a typical English cottage may not provide the ample space he feels the family needs. Their agent is an expert on relocating military families but will she be able to balance everything and make the family happy?
A busy professional couple realizes they have a serious work-life imbalance and wants to slow things down in Australia. He was born in Sydney so they decide to settle in the sunny suburb of Avalon Beach. While this may seem like home for him, giving up so much to live in this beautiful location may take some getting used to for her. Can they reconcile their differences and find the perfect Australian dream home?
After dreaming of having a place of their own in Europe, a pair of travel buddies find a hidden gem in the town of Trogir, Croatia. Located just off the Trogir Riviera, living in this historic and charming city is surprisingly affordable but the two can't agree on where they should set their roots. One has her sights set on a beachfront home that could break the bank but the other is dead-set on living in the Old Town even though it may cost them a bedroom. Will they find the perfect spot in-between?
A Canadian family trades the rat race in Vancouver, Canada, for a more relaxing life in their favorite holiday location of Noosa, Australia. They love the relaxing lifestyle of Noosa and are excited for what the future may bring but they can't agree on what type of home they should purchase. He wants a stress-free transition that includes a turnkey property with a pool. She, however, loves to renovate and wants to put her stamp on the family's new place. Will they find the perfect compromise?
A busy Los Angeles couple is looking for a change of scenery and has decided Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, is where they'll find it. The couple wants to start a retreat where they can showcase the area to everyone while enjoying the surfing scene. The cost of living on the beach in Santa Teresa is high, however, and the plans for the retreat are expansive, forcing the couple to work much harder to achieve their dreams.
After road tripping around the world with rock bands, a globetrotting artist decides to purchase a home in Tulum, Mexico. Living on the road made her feel rootless and she's attracted to the mix of locals and expats residing in the area. Her friend is coming along to make sure she considers every angle, but she's big on aesthetics and often overlooks the practical side of things. Will she find the perfect place to settle down?
Upon his bride's urging, a newly married man accepts a job in the Netherlands. She's excited about experiencing all The Hague has to offer, but he just wants to feel safe and sound in a peaceful apartment far from the crowds.
A couple decides to pack up their family and move to the city she loves, Paris. Brook lived and worked in Paris before moving back to California to marry and start a family with her husband, Jonas. The couple has decided to return to France to raise their two sons and run their business. Brook wants to live in the Marais section of the city, which is her favorite and has the Parisian charm she's after. Jonas, however, is more concerned with having modern amenities, enough space for the kids to run around and an office space for himself.
After visiting a friend in Copenhagen, Taylor fell in love with the laid-back Danish lifestyle and is ready to live in the heart of the city's vibrant nightlife. However, the real estate market won't completely satisfy his ideas for the perfect apartment and he wrestles with wanting American amenities not common in Denmark.
A couple who has lived in Los Angeles and Stockholm is preparing to move again, to Cork, Ireland. Less than a year after moving to Stockholm to raise their daughter near family, Thomas and Jenna find themselves on the move again thanks to a job opportunity in Cork. Jenna wants to find a new home¿located¿in the city center¿so she doesn't feel isolated. Thomas,¿however, wants a traditional Irish house in the countryside, with plenty of room for their toddler, Felicity, to run around.
Two realtors in San Diego are hunting for a simpler life on Nicaragua's western coast. They're both interested in the town of Las Salinas for its beautifully secluded properties overlooking world-famous surf beaches, but the seemingly cohesive unit devolves into bickering over their individual wish lists.
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