A 30-year-old professional seeks a home near downtown Denver, but her limited budget won't go far in the current seller's market. Can she get something she likes in her desired location, or will she have to settle for a place farther from the city?
Newlyweds are eager to find their first home together near resurging downtown Detroit. For her, it must be able to fit an enormous dining room table, and it can't have any water features nearby. He has his eyes on a unique home that's both quirky and has character.
A couple is looking for a two-flat home with short-term rental income opportunities in Chicago. He wants everything updated and ultra-modern. She's looking for classic construction with vintage charm.
New parents want to trade their Brooklyn loft for a larger home in New Jersey. He's an architect and wants an urban fixer-upper, but she wants a move-in ready house in the 'burbs with huge yard for their daughter.
First-time San Diego buyers are at odds over how much work they're willing to put into a home. He wants his first home to be a turnkey midcentury modern with an amazing view. She's pushing for a rustic ranch and doesn't mind taking on a project.
A family of five, who have recently relocated to Boston, look for their ideal home in the suburbs. She wants a home in a good neighborhood for their three girls to grow up in, while he wants a midcentury modern home with more land and fewer neighbors.
A young Seattle couple is hoping to buy a home before the rising prices in their beloved city price them out. He's partial to the craftsman bungalows common in the Pacific Northwest, but is okay with getting a condo. She prefers cottage style, and really wants both the privacy and yard space single-family homes provide.
A Long Beach, California, couple loves being able to walk to the beach from their apartment. But now that they have a child together, they want to upgrade to a single family home. Ideally, they want a charming house with the same walkability to the water, but their $400,000 budget will mean they'll have to make some major compromises.
A young couple who've lived in various cities are buying their first property in Portland, Maine. But with a lengthy wish list that includes a garage, backyard, open floor plan and walk-in closets, it won't be an easy hunt.
Cincinnati newlyweds are searching for a house in the city's east side, but their low budget and long wish list might force them to head west. Plus, they can't agree on what style of house they should buy.
A first-time buyer wants a classic Tampa, Florida, bungalow with enough yard space to grow 3000 pounds of produce per year. Her mom, along on the hunt, doesn't understand her daughter's passion for produce.
An Atlanta family seeks a home with more space. She imagines a large, Georgian-style home with lots of windows and hardwood floors. But he's got a split-level in mind that reminds him of his childhood.
A first-time buyer seeks a place with charm near downtown Seattle. She wants a Craftsman like the one she grew up in, and wouldn't mind projects. But her best friend, along for the hunt, wants her to consider a more sensible option.
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