A young professional couple has a million-dollar budget for a bigger home in Chicago. He's hoping for a vintage charmer closer to his office in the northern suburbs, but she thinks their hefty budget will get them spacious new construction in the heart of the city.
Newlyweds want a cozy bungalow close to Austin's trendy downtown area. To stay in their price range, they must choose between less space or taking on more projects.
A young, engaged couple has decided to move from Dallas to St. Louis to be closer to her grandparents. On the top of their wish list is an older home, but the style is something they can't seem to agree on. She wants a charming Colonial, while he wants a Mad Men-style midcentury modern.
A buyer has brought her boyfriend along on her search for a house in downtown Phoenix. She is looking for a Tudor or cottage-style house with charm, but he prefers modern houses with clean lines.
A couple jumps into the Plano, Texas, real estate market while they can still afford to buy. Several major companies are opening facilities there, which should drive housing prices through the roof. Can these soon-to-be newlyweds agree on a house before the market outpaces them?
A couple is on the hunt for their first home together in Phoenix. He'd like a newly-built home with enough room to fit the dining table and hutch he inherited from his family. She wants a home out of a magazine and likes midcentury modern style.
A Dallas couple is ready to buy their first home, but their styles couldn't be more different. She's hoping to find a cozy, move-in-ready traditional home located in up-and-coming Plano. He wants a sleek, modern home in more affordable Garland that he can renovate.
Millennials look for a place near downtown Denver, but with the area's hot market, they may be in for a shock. With a long wish list and a desire for a newer, modern-looking home, they may be packing for the suburbs.
A single mom seeks her dream lakefront house for herself and her daughter in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. But while she's eager to take on a major fixer-upper, her best friend along on the hunt thinks this busy mom should consider move-in ready.
A couple wants a vintage New Orleans home, but can't agree on the style. She wants the traditional New Orleans shotgun while he prefers a two-story Victorian. They both want to be near the city's center and have modern updates, but she wants move-in ready while he'd prefer a fixer-upper.
Two years after their wedding, an Atlanta couple is still looking for their first home together. She wants a Craftsman with a front porch priced under $300,000. He's willing to bust the budget on a one-story ranch with a big yard.
With their second baby on the way, a couple's search for a grand home in Richmond, Virginia, is put to the test as they debate her wish for a Victorian home in the city and his desire for a colonial in the suburbs. Who will win out?
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