Because the Mercados are restaurant owners, they know how to entertain. But their insights mean they know an incredible kitchen and great room when they see them -- and they haven't yet in their search for a new home. Brandie and Barry help them discover a place where they can host delicious dinners for years to come.
The Neary family have lived rent-free in the house of their dreams for years, but the jig is up. Can they find a house just as amazing in an equally desirable location?
Greg has his heart set on buying waterfront property, but his wife Veronica thinks it might be financially wiser to cast a wider net.
Bad floor plans, pink tile bathrooms and stained glass ducks have the Gennaro family turning to the Hidden Potential team. They need design concepts that breathe modern life into the dated properties they're finding in the Chicago suburbs.
For this young Massachusetts couple an investment property is the name of the game. And a two-family house would be the ideal property -- saving them cash and hopefully turning a profit in the near future.
Julianne and Scott want to have more control over their ecological footprint, something renting doesn't afford them. They've asked Brandie and Paige to consult with them on options as they search for a new home.
Tired of living in the suburbs, the Wickert family wants the charm of an older, two-story home in the city. Brandie and Paige help them see their new home's potential with some small updates.
Yolanda and her daughter Zori are fed up with renting after 10 years. They're ready to own a home in which their personalities can be reflected for the first time.
After moving from Europe to Ann Arbor, a condo seemed like the right move for Marc and Lisa. Now they've grown bored with it and want to explore the options that a suburban home might afford them.
A couple who have been living in a small condo in Chicago, with neighbors below and above them, discover a new way of life with a canal-front property in a small Michigan town.
The Thomas family is selling their condo and planning a move to Evanston, IL. Home prices are higher there than they expected, so they're expanding their search to include older and less expensive properties.
It hasn't even been a year since Brad bought his huge contemporary home on a private golf course in Ohio. But it turns out the house is big on space but small on function, and Brad needs the Hidden Potential team to show him the best the home can be.
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