Nathan and Amy love living in New Orleans' historic French Quarter. But now that they're ready to start a family, they'd like to find a quieter place that's not right in the Quarter, but still close to it. With Mardi Gras in full swing, Real estate agent Karen Sepko, will show them a loft-style condo in the hip Warehouse district, a charming townhome in the lush Garden District, and an updated, vintage cottage in Uptown. Which place will Nathan and Amy call home?
Tyson and Luis share a rental in the Los Angeles suburbs with their two dogs, and now that they're eager to adopt a baby, it's time for them to buy their first family home. While Luis wants to move closer to his work in the city, Tyson would prefer to stay in the suburbs, where it's quieter and you can get more space for your money. With a $500,000 budget, can the guys find a place that works for both of them?
After seven years of house hunting, Leslie has been indecisive about finding a home. But now she's under the gun; as she, Nickie and their weary Broker set out yet again, Leslie's been given an official 90 day deadline to make a decision. While their $700,000 budget might seem more than sufficient, an expensive Bay Area real estate market, not to mention a very distracted Leslie might stand in the way. As they search the city and the suburbs, finding a home for two opinionated ladies, four pitbulls and a baby won't be easy.
Jermaine & Sarah grew up in the inner-city of Long Beach. But that didn't keep these high-school sweethearts from achieving the Amiercan Dream. At age 17, Jermaine started an internet business with $70. Ten years later, it is a multi-million dollar company. Now, after years of working hard and living frugally, these high-school sweethearts and their 3 children are ready to leave their cramped Orange County condo and stretch out in their dream home. But even with a hefty $1.5 million budget, finding a dream home in South Orange County, CA won't come without some serious sacrifices. Will their realtor Kim Rubin be able to find a home that matches their long wish list?
Kevin and Steve are just 23 years-old, but they're ready to move out of their rental and buy a starter home in the suburbs of Harrisburg, PA. They'd like room to entertain and enough closet space to accommodate their love of shopping. But $200,000 may not get them all the perks they want near the Pennsylvania capitol.
Amber grew up on her family's farm in South Dakota. Looking for a change and a new job opportunity, Amber packed her bags and moved to Orlando. She loves the weather and the Florida landscape. Knowing that Orlando is where she wants to be, Amber has decided it is time to purchase her first home. Number 1 on Amber's wish list is a yard backing up to Conservancy land ? growing up on a farm instilled a great love and need for outdoor space. Amber's other top search feature is space. She is looking for a 3 bedroom home with over 2,000 square feet so that her large extended family can escape the cold South Dakota winters. Amber's eldest sister Holly is flying in to help in the search for the perfect first home. Will Amber's tight budget and wish list items allow her to find her dream home? Find out when House Hunters visits Orlando!
Megan moved from Sacramento, CA to Boulder, CO seven months ago and she instantly fell in love with the city. Now she wants to make it her permanent home. But with the median house price in Boulder being over $400,000, Megan's $110,000 budget won't go far. So she's hoping the city's Affordable Housing Program may provide a home within reach. With some help from her best friend Laura and her agent Summer Youngs, will this first time buyer be able to find a home in this expensive city?
Tony and Heather love spending summers with their daughters at their big house in the Jersey Shore town of Avalon, but the place has little charm, and it's too much work. They've decided to look for a new cottage, but even with a budget of nearly a million dollars, it won't be easy to find a place that's the ideal size, with lovely vintage touches. Factor in Tony's tough-to-please personality, and agent Kay Leahy has her work cut out for her!
With wedding planning in full swing, Jeff and Gina have decided to add house hunting to an already long To Do List. Making matters worse, the couple disagrees on everything from where to live, to what style of home they want. Though they both love their city lifestyle, finding a home in a pricey downtown Chicago real estate market that meets both of their needs could jeopardize their wedding budget.Throw in a Wish List for their Yorkshire Terrier, Kevin, and it might spell disaster.
Tim graduated from college a year ago, and moved from West Virginia to the Raleigh, N.C. area to take his first job as a kindergarten teacher. While he loves the job, living with his aunt and uncle is getting old, especially since he's sharing space with his five young cousins. He's decided to buy a place of his own, and hopes to find plenty of space to entertain, and a yard to hang out with his family. But even with his friend Brent along for advice, can Tim find a place that fits all his needs on a tight $135,000 budget?
Melanie and Joe have apartment hopped through Chicago's best neighborhoods for eight years, and now they're ready to call a piece of the windy city their own. But they don't quite agree on they style of home they want. Melanie is all about older classic charm, while Joe wants new, sleek, and modern. With a budget of $400,000 and a long list of demands, the biggest challenge will be getting Joe and Melanie to agree on which home is right.
Jerusha, a single mom, and her 4 boys have outgrown their home in Chapin, South Carolina. With plans to stay for the long haul, she wants to buy an upgraded home with plenty of space for her boys. With a first time buyer's budget of $165,000, she's concerned about making the right choice and asked her friend, Alisa, to join her on the hunt. Alisa doesn't hold anything back and puts everyone's patience to the test.
After house sitting for friends over the past year, Adam and Nicole's days of living rent-free are over. So they've decided to buy their first home in Sacramento, CA. But after living in a beautiful home with a high-grade kitchen and a huge master suite, Adam & Nicole's expectations for their new home are sky-high. Adam expects a professional-grade kitchen. Nicole demands a large master suite. The problem is, with a $400,000 budget, finding a home in Sacramento, CA that will meet their expectations could prove impossible. Will Adam and Nicole come to grips with the fact their impeccable taste far outreaches their budget?
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