David is determined to revive the neighborhood of Anacostia in southeast Washington D.C. one home at a time. He bought the neediest house and completely renovated it, but now that it's time to sell he realizes not everyone shares his optimism about home values there. If David really wants to follow his dream, he may have to lose big money.
Brad and Kelly want to hit the road in an RV, so they can tour the country promoting Brad's music. But they have to sell their house in Waxahachie, Texas to buy their new home on wheels. After weeks with no offers and competition from 15 other houses in the neighborhood, Kelly and Brad realize the dream may never come true.
Ruben bought the perfect family home when he learned he was going to be a father. But his dream took a tragic turn and Ruben is suddenly alone in a house he can't afford. When he decides to sell the home, it becomes a race. Can he and his realtor get it sold before the bank steps in with foreclosure papers?
One couple gets four offers in just four days thanks to some strategic upgrades to their home.
Brandon & Melina are at a point in their careers where they can finally afford to buy their dream home, but they have to sell their starter home first. Things look promising when they quickly find a buyer and make an offer on their next home. Within days though, their luck changes and the deals start falling apart. The two will be tested, as never before,as they try desperately to sell their home.
Cindy and Troy have two kids and a work-at-home lifestyle. When attorney Cindy decides they can't survive anymore without a real home office, they take their realtor's advice on staging and put the home on the market. A cash deal comes quickly, but there's trouble with the deal and it's just the beginning of their roller coaster ride. The two find their dream home but may never move in as their first sale continues to sour.
Rachel and Ben want to sell their first home and get a place that has room for her pilates studio and his love for music. Their place is beautiful so a quick offer doesn't surprise them, but the lowball bid stuns them! Theirs is a story of frustration as the couple must decide what are they willing to lose financially for more space.
Shaison and Greg are eager to sell their starter home, so they can start construction on a new build to accommodate their growing family. But they need to make some creative deals with the builder and drop the price of their home twice before finally getting a buyer willing to pay their revised list price of $93,500. The couple is disheartened to learn they must bring more than $10,000 to closing. And it gets even more frustrating when the buyer asks to postpone the closing date because of credit problems! But it gets resolved soon, and Shaison and Greg can finally break ground on their new big house.
Christine and Mark try to sell their condo within a month after Mark gets a job in another state. Mark says he won't sell unless he makes back the money he has invested in the property. But that leads to a high list price that fails to generate offers. When similar condos go on the market for rock bottom prices, the couple has to make a difficult financial decision. Will they drop their price or take their condo off the market?
Ericka and Maurice have their hands full with a toddler and a new baby on the way! They desperately need to sell their home south of Dallas and get a place with family-sized storage and a bigger kitchen for entertaining. From the start, they worry that the process will take too long but it's the exact opposite that sends them into a panic. Ericka and Maurice quickly learn it can be just as challenging to sell too fast.
Ginger and Chad need more storage than most, considering his passion for race cars and her passion for shopping. But when they try to sell their house near Dallas to get a bigger one, they get a rude awakening. It looks like buyers aren't willing to pay the asking price of $119,000. Unfortunately, it's just the start of their problems. Soon, Ginger decides there is an issue with the Realtor and they must make a enormous decision. Stay with the Realtor or sell it on their own.
Rebecca and Jason are juggling some of life's biggest moments, all at the same time! They are selling their first home near Fredericksburg, Virginia and building a brand new house while expecting their first child! Timing is critical since the couple started building their new home before putting their old one on the market. With the clock ticking, the couple deals with disappointing news and a down payment hanging in the balance.
It looks like first-time sellers Amanda and Logan might have to sell for $100,000 less than their purchase price. They refuse to short-sell or go into foreclosure, even though they might have to bring more than $60,000 to the closing table. They are determined to move into a bigger home before the arrival of their second child, as the 1,000-square foot condo is too small for two children, two dogs, and a home office. But when home values in the Washington D.C. suburb continue to slide, this couple decides the smart money decision is to wait for the market to rebound, and rent in the meantime.
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