A Phoenix minimalist wants a low-maintenance and clutter-free life, while her artist husband craves lots of room to get creative. Keeping to their $280,000 budget will have them struggling to find a home that both of them will like.
Newlyweds relocating to Raleigh, North Carolina, have high expectations but differing opinions on the ideal home for their new family. She wants a ranch downtown, but he wants a two-story in the suburbs.
A recently-divorced mother of three is looking for a new home in Beaver, Pennsylvania. She's determined to find a house with historic character near the town center. Her oldest daughter, a 21-year-old college student, thinks Mom should buy a newer, lower-maintenance home. Does daughter know best?
A British-born lawyer has been living in Chicago for 10 years, and she's ready for an upgrade from her 2,000-square-foot condo. She wants a single-family home with plenty of space for entertaining. Her friend thinks a high-rise condo with all the amenities would be better a better fit for her on-the-go lifestyle. Will she listen?
A couple is looking for a home with quirky charm in Paducah, Kentucky. One wants all the traditional touches, but the other needs a spacious updated kitchen and a large closet.
Newlyweds in Gainesville, Florida, have decided to settle down and buy a home, but they may have to compromise to not ruin the honeymoon. She wants historic character with a traditional floor plan, but he wants something sleek with an open-concept layout.
A North Carolina couple with four kids is looking for a vintage home in the Raleigh suburbs, which has houses dating back to the 1800s. She likes the ornate style of a Victorian with the big porch, but he wants a stately Georgian or Colonial home.
A family left their dream home behind in Georgia when they moved to Overland Park, Kansas. They want to check off all the boxes on their wish list and find a new home that lives up to the elusive "wow" factor they had before.
A young couple in love with Charm City's historic vibe is only considering historic homes because they love all things vintage. Finding one they can agree on might prove to be a historic feat in itself, even in a city full of older homes like Baltimore.
An engineer in the automotive industry wants to make the Detroit area his permanent home. His girlfriend wants his house to also be a place that's right for her, so she's pushing him to spend a little more for a place with fancy features.
Young parents from Rockford, Illinois, have saved up to move out of their parents' basement. He wants a Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in the city, while she wants an urban loft-style home near her parents' place in the countryside.
An electrician in Portland, Oregon, is ready to purchase a single-family home in the city to share with his girlfriend. With a budget of $250,000, he's looking for a place with lots of charm and character, a grand front porch and a garage to store his vintage vehicles and motorcycle.
A Boston buyer is looking for a house where she can share with her parents and brother as thanks for all their hard work and sacrifice. Now, she just has to find a spacious Cape Cod that's close to downtown and makes everyone happy.
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