A Baton Rouge couple hunts for a larger home for their family. While he likes simple, clean lines, no house will do for her without that "wow factor."
A young married couple searches for first home in suburban Kansas City with a low budget. She wants a split level home, like the one she grew up in, and wouldn't mind a fixer-upper. He's not handy, so he wants move in ready and is looking for something with a mid-century modern vibe.
A St. Louis couple searches for a building with lots of character in the heart of the city. It also has to have spacious living quarters and a storefront for their growing floral business. He's willing to get a place that needs some work, if it's a good investment, but with a baby on the way, she'd prefer something move-in ready.
A professional boxer and a musician are setting down roots in Nashville. She wants a ranch with hardwood floors throughout, and a big backyard. But he's not into ranch style homes, loves carpeted bedrooms, and thinks they travel too much to maintain a big yard.
With four young kids and one more on the way, a growing family needs to upgrade from their small triplex unit in Minneapolis as soon as possible. She'd love a master suite, he wants an office with built-in bookshelves and a yard for the kids is a must.
A couple's looking to move to Brevard, North Carolina, to be closer to the brewery he owns. He wants a lodge-style home, while she's hoping to find a Craftsman. He needs a large space to store his homebrew equipment, and she needs an office, as well as some space that can serve as a playroom for their son.
A soon-to-be-married couple looks for their forever home in the the Dallas area. She's fixated on finding something move-in ready with room for her extensive shoe collection, while he wants a home he can put his stamp on.
Ryan and Drew are in conflict over buying move-in ready or a fixer-upper in Nashville. Ryan, who's renovated nine homes, is itching to find an older craftman fixer to update. Drew, on the other hand, is sick of living in a construction zone, and would like a move-in ready ranch house, with room in the yard for their 3 chickens.
An attorney is ready to buy her first place, and she'd like it to have a bay window for her cat, Sir Galahad. Working with a relatively low $260,000 budget for the pricey D.C. area, she's trying to see just how far her money will stretch.
Iowa buyers seek a vintage home in Des Moines before the birth of their second child. But he wants a Cape Cod, and she wants a big, brick Colonial. Making the search especially tricky, she also insists on staying in the neighborhood where she grew up, which is an area of only about 5 blocks.
Sporty college sweethearts are ready to buy their first home in Tampa, Florida. She's looking for an exterior that feels like Florida and a white kitchen. He wants a modern, concrete-block house that can stand up to hurricanes.
A young couple searches for a home with character in Mobile, Alabama's, Midtown Historic District. They have their sights set on a Craftsman style bungalow with a front porch. But with only a $160,000 budget, it might be a tough find.
After several corporate moves, a couple is back on the hunt in Louisville, Kentucky. With only one of their four kids still in the house, she's ready to downsize to a smaller home in a walkable neighborhood, while he would prefer a typical suburban home with a big yard to mow.
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