A young couple decides to trade the bustling city life of San Francisco for a calmer one in the suburbs of the East Bay. One of the buyers is a geologist, so finding a home on level ground might be trickier than they think.
New parents of twins are searching for a larger home in the suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri. She's hoping for a brick Colonial with white columns, while his taste is more on the modern side. He also wants a basement with a bar to entertain friends. Will this young family be able to find a home that can accommodate all their needs?
A Millennial couple is searching for a vintage row house in Philadelphia. She wants the original, classic touches inside the home, but he prefers something more sleek and modern. They'd also like it to be within walking distance of their favorite breweries. Will these young buyers be able to compromise in order to find their dream home?
A young couple wants to move from their parents' homes into their first house together in Colorado, but quickly find out their priorities are not the same. He needs space for his extensive wardrobe, while she's not willing to buy a place with a north-facing driveway.
A professional couple looks for large custom home with high-end upgrades in suburban Indianapolis. He wants a half acre with a finished basement, while she wants a move-in ready home that's within two miles of the school where she teaches.
After living with his mother for five years, a Pennsylvania couple is ready to find a home of their own. He wants a basement to use as a wood shop, but she finds basements creepy. She'd like a separate room or office where she can focus on her own hobbies, art and photography.
A new job brings a young couple to Davis, California. She's looking for a two-story Victorian or a cottage. He wants a home that fits in with the local flavor, like a one-story ranch. He'd also like to be close to downtown so he can take advantage of Davis' bike-friendly attitude and ride to work.
A young professional wants to go from renting to owning in the supercharged real estate market of Los Angeles. To get a single-family Spanish bungalow with a yard for her dog, she may have to venture southwest of the city to suburban Inglewood.
A San Francisco couple dreams of buying a vacation home in the heart of wine country, Napa Valley. But in this pricey California market, they disagree over paying top dollar for turnkey versus paying less for a fixer-upper.
With a baby on the way, a Cincinnati couple is on the hunt for a home that will fit their entire family, including their pet pig, Penelope. On top of that, they want to limit the search to vintage homes rich with history and original details.
An engaged couple looks for a vintage home to renovate in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. She wants a house in town that's within walking distance to shops and restaurants, while he's more concerned with double vanities in the master bath.
A Cincinnati veterinarian is looking for her first house, and she calls in her big brother for help. He's new to real estate, and his little sister is his very first client. Will they end up finding the perfect vintage charmer for her, or will family drama get in the way?
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