A couple looks to purchase their first loft together in Detroit, but they can't agree on the location. One wants to be a part of the rebirth of the city and buy a loft with historic charm; the other would prefer to be in an already established, walkable neighborhood outside the city. Will they be able to come to a compromise and find the perfect home for both of them?
High school sweethearts who are tired of renting are ready for a place they can call their own. She wants something charming with a great yard for their pet boxer. But he's an architect and has his sights set on a very specific style that you rarely find in this area.
Luke and Stephen are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to style: Luke wants a new-construction house with a modern flair, while Stephen is looking for a cottage- or Craftsman-style home that he and Luke can put some money into to make their own.
A couple who recently moved to Gainesville, Florida, is on the hunt for their first home together. He prefers a midcentury-modern home with no ornate details, while she's drawn to Victorian-style homes.
A couple expecting their second child is hoping to agree on a home before the baby arrives. He wants something in the city with no HOA, while she thinks it would be great to live in a suburban community with a pool. With the clock ticking down to the baby's arrival, will they be able to reach a compromise?
A couple married five years is ready to take the plunge into homeownership. He likes modern style homes and would love to live in a high-rise condo with a view. She is an artist and wants a space that will inspire her, so she's looking for something like a historic bungalow.
A young couple has recently moved from Hawaii to Nashville, and now they're expecting their first baby. He's looking for a house with a lot of projects so he can do a major renovation, but she wants a move-in-ready home so they can focus when the baby arrives.
A 30-year-old single mom and her 10-year-old daughter are looking for their first place in Portland, Oregon. But with a low budget in Portland's hot, hipster market, Mom may have to give up her dream of a bungalow and go with a newer home or even a townhouse.
A couple in Lake Worth, Florida, agrees on four bedrooms and a big backyard, but that's where the similarities end. She wants a two-story fixer-upper with a contemporary Northwest feel, while he prefers a single-story Craftsman.
A college professor and his family have been living in a tiny two-bedroom on-campus apartment for too long. He's looking for a midcentury modern, while she's looking for a Victorian home similar to the kind she grew up in with tons of vintage charm.
A single gal in Roseville, California, wants to buy herself a new home as a graduation present. She'd like a contemporary home that's move-in-ready and has all the latest modern upgrades. She needs to stay under a max budget of $340,000, however.
A married couple with two young kids looks to upgrade to a larger home in Tiburon, California. They'd love to find a contemporary house with more privacy and stunning views of the Bay Area. But even with a $4.2 million budget, the hunt for their dream home won't be as easy as they think.
A New Jersey couple wants to find a weekend getaway home on the water. The problem is, he's pushing for a small bungalow on the Jersey Shore, just like the summer home of his childhood, but she wants a large house on a lake with plenty of space to entertain friends and family.
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