After years of moving around for work, college sweethearts are looking to purchase a permanent home in their hometown of Chico, California, that their kids can finally grow up in. But he wants a two-story house with historic charm and a pool and she's against both.
A newlywed couple searches for their first home in St. Louis. She wants an older Tudor-style house with lots of original charm and character. He would prefer a row house or a loft with an industrial feel. Can they agree on a home where they'll start their life together?
A couple is on the hunt for a house in Charlotte, North Carolina. But while she wants something with local vintage character, he prefers modern.
A couple's on the hunt for a home in Smyrna, Georgia, before their upcoming wedding. But he wants a split-level ranch with opportunity for projects, while she wants a move-in ready Craftsman.
An airline pilot and his wife want to buy a home with more space in Atlanta. He'd like a single-family home in a more rural area near the airport, while she's hoping for a townhouse with more square footage close to downtown.
A young couple has outgrown their small house and wants more land to expand their hobby farm. She wants a Colonial-style home on 5 acres, but he wants a farmhouse with a barn and outbuildings on as many as 50 acres.
Ready to buy their first home, a Salt Lake City couple tries to get on the same page. He wants the ease and lack of maintenance that a townhouse provides, but she wants the cozy charm of a single-family home.
A family of four wants to lay down roots in the tranquil town of Saratoga Springs in upstate New York. She wants a Colonial or Cape Cod-style home nestled in a family-friendly neighborhood, but he wants a farmhouse with lots of land and access to a lake.
Newlyweds are on the hunt for their first home in Indianapolis, but they have different ideas of what they're looking for. She has her eye on a midcentury modern design. He's dreaming of a classic Tudor with plenty of peaked angles, and given cold Indiana winters, a home without a wood-burning fireplace may be the ultimate deal breaker for him.
A young couple is on the hunt for their first home in Daytona, Florida. He's willing to spend more for a home that's brand new. She doesn't mind a project or two and is ready to sacrifice size and condition for a place near the beach.
A West Virginia couple with opposing tastes has trouble agreeing on their first home. He wants a turn-of-the-century charmer in the heart of the city, but she's after a rustic home in the country.
For these avid weightlifters, the size of the house they want to buy in Eugene, Oregon, is at the top of their list, including a kitchen they won't bump booties in. But when one wants an older vintage house and the other yearns for a new build, a real estate wrestling match may be at hand.
New parents are returning to her hometown of Beaumont, Texas, to look for their first home. She's up for projects, but he wants a place that's move-in ready. He also wants a pool, but she thinks they're unsafe. She wants a house close to the action in Beaumont, while he wants to be close to the interstate. Can these young parents agree on the right place to make a family home?
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