A couple wants to find a house they could run a doggie daycare business out of.
They're looking for a cabin-inspired home in New Jersey with plenty of room for everyone.
He's big, she's small. Can the Hidden Potential team design a house that will suit everyone?
Their 1960's style house needs a lot of updates and work to bring it into the modern era.
A growing family wants to expand their kitchen, master suite, and nursery sooner than later.
They spent too much on buying their house - now there's very little money left for renovations.
Ready to retire, a NY couple wants to see the hidden possibilities of their 1860's home.
Empty nesters want to downsize to a smaller home that has a basement and large backyard.
Recently engaged, they want to move from New York to Chicago to begin their life together.
A young couple wants to find a starter home in Brooklyn that has a spacious garage.
Michael and Heather McKittrick are already homeowners. In fact, they own two homes - the condos each bought before they were married. Neither home is large enough for the family they want to start soon, and they want the conveniences that suburban life offers, such as ample parking, a yard and peace and quiet. They have a budget of $550,000, but they are unsure whether they should sell the condo they currently rent out or continue renting it for extra income each month. Their dream home would include a home office for Heather, along with three bedrooms, at least two bathrooms, a large living room, a large open kitchen, a backyard, a garage, a front porch and a dining room. The Hidden Potential team help them find the right home within their budget, while hopefully hanging on to one rental property.
The office is moving, and the commute from their current home would be unrealistic. The Hidden Potential team helps this family see the silver lining that awaits them when they relocate.
The Nguyen family is very close. Six brothers and sisters, two of whom have spouses, and their mother and father live in one house. Now that the two young married couples would like to start families, the house is not working for them. They do have some unused space available, but can't envision how to make it work. Either one couple must move out, or they need to come up with a design plan for their current home that keeps the family together while giving everyone their space.
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