A young family searches for a large home in Upstate New York. While they've agreed on a general location, they clash over style and home readiness. He wants something move-in ready while she hopes to find the perfect fixer upper. Will they find a suitable compromise?
San Diego newlyweds and first-time homebuyers want to move as close to the beach as possible. She wants small and dark bedrooms that accommodate her night shift schedule and he's hoping to have a garage where he can work on vintage cars. Will their $1 million budget be enough to find the home of their dreams?
New Jersey newlyweds who are sick of apartment living decide to move to Marlton, NJ. But she wants an open floor plan and plenty of closet space, while he wants clearly defined rooms and a basement workout space. Can these two find common ground before their lease runs out?
An engaged couple is on the hunt for their first home on Long Island, NY. She wants a one-story ranch home with three bedrooms and a rustic vibe. He, on the other hand, is looking for a two-story Colonial with an ultra-modern interior and four bedrooms. Will they find their perfect starter home?
Young Philadelphia buyers find it challenging to compromise on a home that suits both of their needs. She wants a single-story contemporary home that's move-in ready, but he desires a traditional Cape Cod and doesn't mind if it needs a little work.
Buyers in Los Angeles weigh what they can get on the pricey west side versus the San Fernando Valley. A home in the Valley means giving up big city life, and making the right updates to a smaller west side home is an appealing choice.
A young couple hunts for their first place in Chicago, but can't agree on what type of home to buy. She wants a condo in the city, while he would rather be in the suburbs in a single-family home.
A young woman hopes to find an easy-to-maintain row home with renovation potential in Washington DC. Her mother is coming along to help but she believes a move-in ready stand-alone home would work better. Will the two find a compromise and the perfect home to satisfy both?
Tampa buyers disagree on whether they should purchase a Craftsman or Spanish-style home. Since they also disagree on how much they should spend, it'll take some compromising for them to realize their dream of buying a home.
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