Judy has convinced her boyfriend, Bobby, to leave their sleepy Florida community and buy a home in pricey Manhattan Beach, California. Even with a budget $2 million, finding a place that meets Judy's high expectations and Bobby's obsessive compulsive pet peeves is a challenge for their realtor, Kristen Novoa. Will they be able to find a home that fits their needs - stay tuned!
Melanie and Kenny are newlyweds looking to buy their first home together in Hampton, Virginia. Melanie has a long wish list for the new home, and Kenny just wants a large closet for his enormous collection of gym shoes, and a deep soaking tub to help with the rehabillitation of his back, which was injured in service in Iraq. But can any home meet all of Melanie's requirements, and also have the features Kenny needs?
Carly and Jonathon love living in Jacksonville, Florida but they can't stand living in an apartment complex. They want a home they can decorate the way they want, with a big backyard for their dog. And since Carly and Jonathon are an active couple, they're hoping to find a house in a development with a community gym. Carly is open to a fixer but Jonathon wants something move-in ready with lots of upgrades. But with a limited budget, it's going to be a challenge for her to find a place that has everything they want.
Tyler and Sherry are getting married in a few months and want to buy their first home in Atlanta, Georgia. But, with Sherry picking apart every cosmetic detail in the homes they see, and Tyler rating the quality of each room on a scale of 1 to 5, their realtor, Winter Baserva, is being put to the test. Can she find a place that meets their high standards?
When other little girls dreamed of becoming princesses, Eshe Pickett dreamed of buying a home. But when this quirky, bike-loving computer programmer sets out to find her long-awaited dream home, she discovers the cruel realities of a turbulent real estate market in Chandler, Arizona.Short sales, long commutes, fixer-uppers, confusing neighborhoods - all these obstacles stand in the way of Eshe and her dream. Will she be able to find the right home for her that's within biking distance to work? Stay tuned!
Sophie, a TV weather forecaster, and her fiance, Donavan, are getting married in a few months and want to buy their first home together in Portland, OR. They're looking for a house that they can upgrade and design exactly how they want it. But as they look at fixers, they need to decide exactly how much work they're willing to take on and still be able to stay within their $250,000 budget.
With hip bars, restaurants and quaint shops all within walking distance, Paul and Ann love their downtown Cleveland neighborhood of Tremont. Unlike most of their friends who have moved to the suburbs, Paul and Ann are dedicated to staying downtown. Since getting married, they've been on the hunt for a new home in the area, but with a search radius of only 1 square mile, finding a home that meets their long list of requirements has been near impossible. Will they be able to find something in Tremont, or will Paul and Ann be forced to move to the burbs?
With plans to have kids, Nina and Jason moved to Chicago to be near family. But, with a tight budget, finding a place that has everything they want in the trendy Lincoln Square neighborhood isn't easy. Nina is willing to look at the bright side as they search for a home, while Jason sees only the negatives. Can their real estate broker, Zak Herman, find a place that makes them both happy?
The freezing winters and wild New England weather aren't the only things Atlanta transplants Jemiel and Erin are getting used to. As they set out to plant roots and buy a home, they're shocked by the real estate market in charming Mystic, Connecticut. High prices, old homes, and baseboard heat are making it hard for them to envision life in this strange place. Will their realtor be able to find them an Atlanta-style home near the Connecticut seaside, or will Jamiel and Erin's new locale leave them out in the cold?
Newlyweds Chrissy and Jason, and Chrissy's teenaged son Josiah, are searching for a family home in Portland, Oregon. After years of bouncing from place to place, Chrissy and her son finally found stability in the form of a professional guitarist - Jason. But after moving into Jason's 1-bedroom bachelor pad, this musical family quickly realized they need more space, including a dedicated room for them to rock out in. With a long wish list and a tight budget of $250,000, it's going to be a challenge for these first-time buyers to find the right place to call home. Will their realtor Kevin Gorman be able to find them a house that rocks?
Katie and Derrick are accustomed to moving around a lot since Derrick works for the Coast Guard. But now that they've had their first child, they want to put down roots and buy their first home. Fortunately, Derrick has just been transferred back to Seattle, both his and Katie's hometown, so they've decided to purchase a house there. Only problem - Katie is very particular about wanting to live in one specific neighborhood in Seattle. With that neighborhood's high prices and low inventory, that's going to be a tough one! See if they can find a home, when House Hunters goes to Seattle!
Monique, an interior designer, and her husband, Tim, a contractor, want to buy a second home, or pied-a-terre, in New Orleans. But, this home will be more than just a weekend hangout for the family. With plans to have clients over for meetings, it has to showcase Monique's design work and Tim's contracting expertise. But, Monique wants to practically gut every home she sees and can't be bothered by budget, which is Tim's concern. That's why they're turning to a former client and experienced Real Estate Broker, Colleen Loria, to help them find a place that will satisfy Monique's creative drive without breaking Tim's budget.
Feyi and Esosa are both originally from Nigeria and went to elementary school together. They reconnected two decades later through the internet to learn they both were living in California. After meeting face-to-face again, they fell in love and got married. They're excited to build a future together, and want to buy a house - especially since they have a baby on the way. A top priority is the location because Esosa wants to find a house in a good public school district. Stepping in to guide them is real estate agent, Shea McGuire, who as a mom herself has keen insight into the best neighborhoods for raising a family.
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