Shauna and Tamika Barnes are going on a house hunt in their family's homeland of Jamaica. With five family members involved and their parents on a fixed income, it won't be easy to find a property that satisfies everyone's wish list. Mom wants an ocean view, but Dad wants fruit trees. Tamika wants a turnkey home, but Shauna wouldn't mind putting in a little work on the right place. The Barnes' dream of owning a little piece of Jamaica is about to come true, but not without compromise.
Daniel and Jessica are to stepping out of their comfort zone for Jessica's new job in Okinawa, Japan. Jessica wants to embrace the traditional side of Japan, while Daniel wants to raise their daughter Eden in a place that matches his contemporary tastes. Real estate agent Mario Long will have to pull out all the stops to try and get them something they can agree on.
Trey's work has kept him hopping between the US and Japan for 20 years. A new job opportunity is taking him and his family back to Japan, but this time with some new challenges. Trey's job is located in a rural area without an international school for his daughters, so they and his wife Larissa must live 75 miles away in the city of Nagoya. During the week, Trey will live in an apartment near work and come home to his family on the weekends. This is a common arrangement for families in Japan, but a big adjustment for the Hoffmans.
After 30 years in New York working as a jazz singer, Antoinette is moving to Taormina, Sicily, to reconnect with her ancestral and culinary roots. She's relying on her small nest egg to help her to find a place with a cozy kitchen and views of this picturesque locale. This Italian foodie faces an uphill battle finding everything she wants in one of the Mediterranean's priciest cities.
Mother and daughter duo Linda and Brittany head to Roatan, Honduras, to find mom's dream home away from the brutal Wisconsin winters. They share a passion for volunteering and water sports, but they might not see see eye-to-eye on her new home.
Jessea has dreamed of adventure for 20 years, and has finally saved enough to make it happen. She is leaving Santa Barbara and is ready to find a home on the Placencia peninsula in southern Belize. Her son and his friend join her in the hunt for a beachfront dream home with a boat dock and plenty of space for her art.
Alice ran a successful media consulting firm in England, but her taste for adventure only grew after she spent four months cycling from Cairo to Cape Town in 2011. She has decided to move to Marrakesh to train for the 'toughest footrace on earth," where she must carry all the items she needs on her back for six days while running through the Sahara. Becoming a full-time adventurer isn't cheap, so the only way she can afford Morocco is to have roommates.
Guy and Ammar have always been fascinated by the idea of living in a foreign country and experiencing a new culture, so they jumped when attorney Ammar was offered a promotion at his company's European headquarters in Brussels. These newlyweds can't wait to see what the Belgian lifestyle has to offer.
Globetrotting teachers Nick and Anna fell in love with Marrakesh on a recent assignment, and have decided to permanently move there with their two daughters. Nick is looking for a luxurious and spacious standalone home, while Anna is more concerned with the budget and finding a home close to town. Can Nick convince Anna to stretch the budget, or will the reality of their financial situation inspire Nick to be more frugal?
After 14 years of marriage in Denver, Tiffany and Troy are making a move to Ireland for his accounting career. Initially excited by the travel opportunities, Tiffany is battling mixed emotions after giving up her job and a city she loves. She wants to make sure their new home suits her wishes, but Troy is concerned with convenience and the bottom line as they dive into life in Dublin.
Now that Neil and Claire have a baby, they long to live a simpler lifestyle. So when Neil was offered a new position, they moved across Australia to the remote northwestern corner of Tasmania. Concerned about the lack of human interaction, Claire presses to live near town, but Neil has his heart set on a more rural setting with a million-dollar view. Since Claire and baby Summer will be home all day while Neil works, whose location will win?
Adventure seekers Greg and Mika are always looking for that next thrill, whether it's blazing new trails on the slopes or setting sail on the open seas. So when a work opportunity for Greg on Grand Cayman came calling, they both dove in headfirst, despite some challenges. There is a tough rental market on this sought-after island, and with only one income, the options become even more limited.
Amy and John first met at thirteen when they were international pen pals, and years later they are moving to be near John's family in North County Dublin. In the years since John lived in the area, it's grown as a commuter hub for Dublin and the prices of homes have shot up. Amy wants a traditional Irish home, but John wants something more modern. The hope of finding an affordable family place they can agree on rests squarely on the shoulders of real estate agent Bronwyn O'Dea.
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