With over a $1 million budget to spend, young parents are on the hunt for the perfect home on Chicago's North Shore for their family of three. While they can agree on wanting to live near the lake, they can't agree on the style of home they should buy. With him set on finding something traditional and her wanting more of a contemporary house, one of them is going to have to make a compromise.
Newlyweds struggle to find a home with a basement in Nashville. He likes farmhouse-style homes with great curb appeal and an open concept. She, on the other hand, is a fan of the layout in split-level homes and really wants a house with character.
A Smyrna, Tennessee, couple looks to commit to a house and then possibly to marriage. With their $175,000 budget she's pining for a home that's large and grand, while he's trying to reign in her tastes to something small and practical. Will these two say "yes" to the right house, and also maybe to something else?
An American husband moves his Dominican wife and their son back to his native Paramus, New Jersey, to buy a home. However, she wants a ranch with at least four bedrooms, while he wants a three-bedroom Victorian, and neither one of them is willing to budge.
A young couple searches for a first home in Vancouver, Washington. But with only $190,000 to spend, they'll have to settle for homes with some quirks - including much dreaded stairs.
A sportscaster and her husband are looking for their first home in Tampa, Florida. He wants a classic bungalow with a front porch and a large backyard that has a few projects he can tackle. She's insistent on a plantation-style home with brick exterior that's absolutely move-in ready.
A young family is moving from suburban Southern California to Charlotte, North Carolina. She is looking to upgrade to a traditional brick Colonial with updated bathrooms, but he's got his mind set on a Cape Cod and a great kitchen.
A geodesic dome home with plenty of space to build his robots would be a dream come true for a Seattle software engineer, but his wife insists on a Craftsman-style home with space for her craft room. Can they settle on a home that fits both their sensibilities?
A married couple with kids and a specific set of wishes searches for a large family home in Dallas. While he wants something move-in ready, she's more fixated on the details on the inside of the house, like the flooring.
A single mom is hunting for her first home with the help of her two kids in Panama City, Florida. One kid loves the charm and history of older homes, but the other one leans more towards modern styles. A backyard large enough for gymnastics rounds out their wish list.
Moving from Chicago, a family of four is looking for a home in Raleigh, North Carolina. He wants a Colonial or Craftsman, and she wants a Victorian. With a tight budget of $350,000, it won't be easy to find something they can both agree on.
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