Pennsylvania newlyweds look for their first house in historic Chester County. A gourmet kitchen is high on their list since he's a chef and loves to cook. Their budget, however, may mean putting up with some quirks. Will they have to compromise their wish list to find the perfect home?
A professional off-road motorcycle racer and his makeup artist wife are buying their first home in his hometown of Ridgecrest, California. She wants a turn-key, one-story house so their basset hounds don't have to climb any stairs, but he's more interested in a two-story fixer-upper that he can customize.
A chef and his wife look for a bigger place in Chicago, but can't agree on what to buy. He wants a modern-style loft in the city, while she wants a vintage home in the suburbs. Can they come to a compromise?
A Greenville, South Carolina, family of six is looking to move up from their small townhouse into something bigger. But while she wants to put their own stamp on a fixer-upper, he'd much rather keep it simple with a move-in ready home.
A Tampa couple searches for a house with at least 3,000 square feet to have room for future kids. However, she wants a Spanish or Mediterranean-style home with a white kitchen and pool-spa combination while he prefers a French provincial that has a frameless shower in the master bathroom.
A couple is on the hunt for a smaller home in Appleton, Wisconsin. She's looking for a four-square house with historic charm and classic details, but he thinks an updated Colonial will be easier to maintain.
Staten Islanders priced out of New York are looking for their first home in northern New Jersey. She wants a fixer-upper with a grassless concrete backyard, while he has his eye on a move-in ready home with a finished basement -- that has a urinal.
A Boston couple looks for a home with plenty of land for their six alpacas. She wants a turnkey farmhouse or Nantucket-style home, while he'd like an older Victorian or Craftsman with lots of character that he can restore.
A couple is on the hunt for their trade-up home in Peoria, Illinois. He wants a country setting with plenty of land, but she's insisting on a traditional neighborhood. Will one win out or can they meet in the middle?
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