A Phoenix minimalist wants a low-maintenance and clutter-free life, while her artist husband craves lots of room to get creative. Keeping to their $280,000 budget will have them struggling to find a home that both of them will like.
Newlyweds relocating to Raleigh, North Carolina, have high expectations but differing opinions on the ideal home for their new family. She wants a ranch downtown, but he wants a two-story in the suburbs.
A recently-divorced mother of three is looking for a new home in Beaver, Pennsylvania. She's determined to find a house with historic character near the town center. Her oldest daughter, a 21-year-old college student, thinks Mom should buy a newer, lower-maintenance home. Does daughter know best?
A British-born lawyer has been living in Chicago for 10 years, and she's ready for an upgrade from her 2,000-square-foot condo. She wants a single-family home with plenty of space for entertaining. Her friend thinks a high-rise condo with all the amenities would be better a better fit for her on-the-go lifestyle. Will she listen?
Clint and Josh are looking for a home with quirky charm in Paducah, Kentucky. Josh wants traditional touches, but Clint needs a spacious updated kitchen and a large closet. Who will win?
Newlyweds in Gainesville, Florida, have decided to settle down and buy a home. She wants historic character with a traditional floor plan, but he wants something new and sleek with an open-concept layout. Can they compromise on a house without ruining the honeymoon?
A North Carolina couple with four kids are looking for a vintage home in the Raleigh suburb of Wilson, which has many historic houses dating back to the 1800s. She likes the ornate style of a Victorian with the big porch, but he wants a stately Georgian or Colonial home.
A family left their dream home behind in Georgia when they moved to Overland Park, Kansas. They want to check off all the boxes on their wish list and find a new home that lives up to what they had before. She wants impressive Roman columns out front, while he wants a gigantic master closet and that elusive "wow" factor.
A 20-something couple in love with Charm City's historic vibe is looking to buy their first home. They're only considering historic homes because they love all things vintage. Finding one they can agree on might prove to be a historic feat in itself, even in a city full of older homes like Baltimore.
An engineer in the automotive industry wants to make the Detroit area his permanent home. He brings along his girlfriend of six months who wants his house to also be a place that's right for her. She's pushing him to spend a little more for a house with fancy features.
A Rockford, Illinois, couple living in mom and dad's basement with their one year old son have saved up to buy a place of their own. He wants a Frank Lloyd Wright style home in the city; a stretch for first time buyers on a limited budget. She wants an urban loft style home near her parents' home in the countryside; a tough combination to find.
An electrician in Portland, Oregon, is ready to purchase a single-family home in the city to share with his girlfriend. With a budget of $250,000, he's looking for a place with lots of charm and character, a grand front porch and a garage to store his vintage vehicles and motorcycle.
A Boston buyer is looking for a house where she can live with her parents and brother. Her parents are natives of Trinidad and Tobago who never bought a house in order to feed and educate their kids, and she wants to thank them for all their hard work and sacrifice. Can she afford a spacious Cape Cod that's close to downtown that makes everyone happy?
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