Arika and Cortez thought their condo in Dallas was perfect until the twins were born. They desperately need to sell and buy another place before the babies turn one and start walking. But competition in their complex is fierce and the other condos have better upgrades. After two price drops, the stress is overwhelming. Arika ends up in the hospital and when the medical bills start arriving, the couple decides they'd be better off taking the house off the market.
He's a calf-roping preacher and she's a former NASA scientist. Together, Jennifer and Ronnie dream of life out on the open range in Texas. But their plan hits a snag when they learn the house Ronnie custom built has some major flaws in the eyes of buyers. Fixing those problems could jeopardize their chances of moving to the country.
Melanie and Jeff are busy parents of four kids under the age of 8! Their crazy, chaotic morning routine has them desperate to sell their Charlotte home and move across town closer to schools and work. After a year on the market, they switch realtors and interest picks up! Anxious for an offer, Jeff and Melanie are thrown for a loop when an unusual proposal threatens to have them living in limbo for months!
Lianne is a firefighter and competitive bodybuilder. And she approaches the sale of her house with the same discipline as the rest of her life. After carefully preparing her house to go on market, she's so shocked at a low-ball offer, so doesn't even want to counter. When the buyer walks away after her counter, she starts to get frustrated at the selling process. While leaving for a fitness competition, Lianne briefly takes the house off the market, to her reaLtor's dismay. Shortly after, Lianne gets two offers on the same day. After a brief bidding war, she sells the house and is relieved to be out from under the burden of a mortgage.
A South Carolina couple want to sell her house before they get married. But they lose confidence in their realtor after a square-footage gaff and lack of showings. They decide to take matters into their own hands and sell the house themselves. Their realtor tells them the process is not as easy as it looks. Is she right?
Michele and Steve put their Boca Raton house on the market and quickly realize they've got tremendous competition in the area. For months, they get nothing but low ball offers but the two refuse to give up. They need to live closer to their kids' schools. More than a year after they list, a strange request comes in and their luck suddenly changes.
Marybeth and Jonathan are selling to get some serious family time together. They have a toddler son and a baby on the way but Jonathan spends hours in the car commuting to work. The two have renovated so they think it will sell quickly. But feedback from showings reveals they may have overlooked the most important update. It's a race as they try to get an offer before the new baby arrives.
Joanne and Andrew spent $100,000 renovating their South Florida condo, but now they must sell because Andrew's taken a new job five hours away. Joanne stays behind to get the condo sold but soon regrets the decision. Their first realtor quits and the second says the two will never get their list price. Joanne and Andrew need to listen or move on to realtor number three.
Kate's house is one of the most updated in her South Charlotte neighborhood, but the road noise is chasing buyers away. Kate is ready to start a new life for herself and her toddler son. Her dream is to sell quickly, so she can go back to college in Georgia. But when the deadline for registration is just days away, Kate is forced to make a painful decision.
Vivian and Arturo love Miami Beach but they need to trade their sexy location for a more family-friendly home. With just one bedroom in their condo, their two young boys are sleeping in the walk-in closet. Arturo is focused on the bottom line but reluctantly agrees to lower the price not once, but twice. His patience is put to the test when an offer comes in $20,000 below their asking price.
Gretchen and Chris feel like they're paying for two houses, even though they only own one. Daycare for their 14-month old twins is a whopping 2 grand a month. They want to sell and move into a place large enough for a live-in nanny. But the dream seems impossible when a buyer backs out and they face the reality of actually paying for two houses plus daycare.
Baby makes four for this Charlotte couple and there's not enough room in their 847 square foot home. They're desperate to sell but when their realtor makes suggestions, the two push back. When their doubts grow, Sarah and Alex fire their realtor. But right away, the second realtor starts giving the same advice.
Jessica and Travis are getting married. They want to sell their Florida townhome and buy a bigger place to start a family. One week before the wedding, they finally get an offer. They're on their way to a fairytale ending when the appraisal comes back $37,000 below the offer.
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