A New Jersey couple moves to Atlanta for a new job. She wants to embrace her new life by buying a house filled with Gone with the Wind-type flair, while he would love to just move the house they had in New Jersey down south.
A twenty-something buyer in Dallas loves the character of Texas ranch homes from the 1950s. She adores all the shutters, crown molding, built-ins and hardwood floors, but her boyfriend coming along on the house hunt only sees repairs.
A single gal in Washington, DC, is hoping to find a contemporary condo with lots of amenities and low HOA fees. She's enlisted the help of a friend who insists she should live in the heart of the city, as opposed to neighboring Alexandria.
A San Antonio couple, both engineers, plan on buying a fixer-upper and doing all the renovation work themselves. He wants a two-story Colonial, but she hates stairs and has her heart set on a one-story ranch home.
A first-time buyer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is bringing along his live-in girlfriend for input. She wants him to buy a cute and cozy bungalow, while he wants a midcentury modern home with clean lines and lots of wall space to hang his art.
A Tallahassee couple wants out of their cramped condo and into a bigger place where they can start a family. He has his heart set on a Colonial house like the one he grew up in back in New York, while she wants to embrace the Florida-style ranch.
A couple with a tight budget want to find a home in up-and-coming area East Nashville, but that hasn't stopped them from making a long wish list. She wants a Craftsman with an updated kitchen, while he wants a brick house that doesn't need a lot of work.
A New Jersey couple has a big disagreement on the Jersey Shore. He dreams a shotgun-style, low-maintenance home, and while she would love a Cape Cod they can fix up, she's afraid of old houses and won't live in anything built before 1960.
A Montgomery, Alabama, couple have completely different styles. He wants a vintage Victorian with character because he feels like those houses look like a mark of success, and she wants a Craftsman with a big front porch and a lot of natural light.
A Washington, DC, buyer looking for the perfect new home has a relatively low budget of $430,000. With a few friends along on the hunt, she hopes to find a house that meets her high expectations without busting the bank.
An engaged couple wants to find a place in Phoenix that's closer to the center of town. She's looking for a move-in ready townhouse with high-end finishes, but he's interested in a Mediterranean-style detached house where he can play his surround sound.
A couple is on the hunt for a home near the water in Sarasota, Florida, but they can't agree on style. She wants a typical Florida ranch, while he insists on something with two stories, preferably a Colonial like the one he grew up in.
After moving to her hometown of Folsom, California, to be near her family, Cindy and Dustin want to buy their first place. Cindy has to have a brand new house with modern details, super clean lines, white cabinets and lots of tall windows. Dustin, on the other hand, doesn't mind getting an older updated house, as long as it has character. Find out who wins out as House Hunters goes to Folsom, California.
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