Ron and Emma Bushaway are natives of London, England and are hoping to make their permanent home in the sunny Andalusian region of Spain. After traveling around the country, they fell in love with the village of Colmenar and knew this is where they wanted to live. While they agree on the village, Emma is interested in a country home, while Ron fears this will mean more work for him and thus prefers something more modern.
Doug and Kendy Steeves have been in a whirlwind ever since Doug was offered a job in the Cayman Islands. They've sold their home in Ontario, Canada and begun a house hunting journey on Grand Cayman in the western Caribbean Sea. Doug would like a more formal home, but Kendy really wants something with Caribbean character and charm.
Brian Dahl is ready to give up the quiet neighborhood he's lived in for 17 years in favor of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. He'd love to be able to walk to work from the trendy, centrally located neighborhood he's picked out, but he isn't sure what his budget will afford him there.
Jaco Beach is a Costa Rican sanctuary for beach-goers, sun worshippers and surfers. This appeals to long time New Mexico residents Page Sullivan and Luther Holley who are looking for a low-maintenance beach vacation home in Central America.
Briana Lacey currently lives with her parents and brother in Toronto, trying to make the best use of what little space she has in the cramped home. While somewhat reluctant to move, she has made the decision to purchase her own place. The biggest obstacle is finding a condo with enough space in the eclectic West End of Toronto - especially since most of the condos in the area at her price range are studio sized.
David and Luna Brownlee were married in Amalfia, Italy, where Luna is from. After their honeymoon, the two returned to David's home in Nicaragua, and they've decided that it's time for them to find a place where they can put their stamp on the home together. Although Nicaragua has plenty of modern and traditional tropical homes on the market, the Brownlees are looking for a house near the beach with an ocean view, reminiscent of the architecture of the Hollywood Hills.
Ted Prosser, a real estate investor and developer, and his wife Sharon, a former restaurant owner, currently reside just outside Asheville, North Carolina. Recently married, the couple fell in love with St. John in the Virgin Islands when they went there for their honeymoon. Now, they're looking for a vacation villa where they can bring their family, friends and dogs for extended stays away from wintry weather.
Madeleine Gilinsky is a retired dancer who's stepping out and buying a home in the tango capital of Buenos Aires. She currently lives in Santa Monica, California, and she's taking on this Argentine adventure alone in order to surprise her husband, Victor, with a new vacation home.
CPA Todd Hazlewood moved from Fresno, California to Grand Cayman Island for a job more than three years ago. He currently lives on the edge of George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands, and has decided its time to buy his own place. With a budget of up to $300,000, he hopes to find a place that's cozy, close to work and a bit unfurnished so he can tailor it to suit him.
Beverly and Dave Burridge have lived in St. Meme Les Carrieres, France for the past six years. While most people outgrow their homes, the Burridges have found that they have too much space for just the two of them. Tired of a place that's too big and requires too much outdoor maintenance, the Burridges are looking for a cozier place with a smaller garden.
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