Sarah and Andrew are Washington, D.C. newlyweds who love living on Capitol Hill but their 1-bedroom condo is just too small. The location is fabulous so the two are betting their first sale will happen quickly and soon, they'll be in a bigger home. Just one problem with that dream. Sarah just quit her job. There's plenty of excitement when an offer comes in but they can't qualify for their next loan. Can Sarah find a job before the offer disappears?
Anna and Jochen were neighbors when they met and fell in love. They set up house in her home, but the cottage isn't big enough with a baby on the way. The decision to sell is an easy one but a low-ball offer, unwanted price drop, and the threat of paying two mortgages make the process anything but fun. The clock is ticking as the two try desperately to sell before baby arrives.
Corley's bachelor pad doesn't cut it anymore, now that he's married a former Dallas Cowboy cheerleader and has two kids. Both he and wife Audrea think it's a gorgeous place that will sell quickly, but nearly a year on the market and three broken contracts prove them wrong. A surprise call will give them hope again and a chance to get the house of their dreams.
When Lucy decides to start a new business, she puts her condo on the market to fund the project. She prices high to make the most profit, but when potential buyers won't even take a look, her realtor convinces her to drop the price. Lucy finally gets an offer but she's offended by the low-ball and wants a full-priced counter-offer. Fortunately, Lucy's sister manages to win a grant, that can fund the business. So Lucy takes her condo off the market and shops for office space instead.
Amber and Russell are tired of the hour-long commute to see Amber's younger sister, who has a developmental disability. They decide to sell their house to be closer to her, and closer to their beloved community theater. After one deal goes bust, the couple takes some criticism to heart in order to get their place sold.
When Carla's son got recruited to play varsity football at a prestigious high school in Washington D.C., she had high hopes of selling her Maryland home quickly and avoiding the long commute to school. But after rejecting her first offer, she soon learns it was a huge mistake to be so stubborn in a declining market. Carla and her son, Omar are forced to make the painfully long commute for months until she reluctantly decides to drop the price by $50,000. Within days she has two solid offers, and sells their home.
Lisa and Lee want to sell their small Florida rambler to buy a dream home by the water. But when the house gets an offer with a jaw-dropping closing date, life gets complicated. The couple scrambles to find a new place for them and their two children. There's not enough time to buy and the options are few as they face being homeless. They look at campers, boats, even a stable as they search for a temporary home.
Charlotte, NC residents Sharri and Jack are ready to say, "so long" to city life and move out to the country. But it looks like their hunter green kitchen, from the 80's, is going to stand in their way until the unthinkable happens. An offer comes in that gives them only fourteen days to move! They've got nowhere to go and no time to look but it's a chance to sell their house.
After Emily and Todd adopt two little girls from Ethiopia, they're determined to sell their house and move to a better school district. But after a frustrating start, their realtor quits and her replacement is a voice on the phone. A text message and last-minute showing will change their luck.
Renee can't wait to sell her Florida home and be free of all the responsibility that comes with it, especially the yardwork! But she bought the house just six months ago and she needs to make an extra $35,000 over her purchase price. Renee's made improvements but not everyone's convinced those changes translate into a higher price.
Sara & Reagan want to sell each of their condos and buy a house together. Their master plan has the condos selling quickly so they can focus on getting engaged and then married. But that all changes, when Reagan can't wait to propose.
Music brought Atlanta newlyweds James, (a songwriter,) and Maria, (a hip hop DJ,) together. Now, they want to sell James' bachelor pad in his hometown of Baltimore and use the money to improve their lives in Atlanta. But the house can't sell if it's not on the market and unexpected delays put this couple months behind.
Marisa & Rafa are selling their Miami condo to be near family in Kansas City. They're expecting their first baby and feel family's more important now than the ocean views. But a lot has changed since Marisa bought the condo. With prices in the high-rise tumbling,they may have to bring more than $50,000 to the table.
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