Two guys moving back to Atlanta to be with family disagree on their house hunt. One wants a Craftsman with a completely updated kitchen, while the other prefers a midcentury modern with an open floor plan like the ones he remembers from his favorite family sitcoms.
Joe and Bill want to purchase a home together, but compromise won't be easy. Budget-concious Bill wants a sleek and modern condo in a low or mid-rise building. Joe wants a condo with a traditional floor plan in a vintage brick Chicago high rise that's close to his favorite dry cleaner.
A single mom in Alpharetta, Georgia, has expensive taste and wants a home that will make a statement. She's looking for a place with Victorian elements on the outside and a modern-yet-traditional floor plan inside. Knowing she has champagne taste on a sparkling wine budget, she's asked her more practical-minded sister to join her on the house hunt.
A Baltimore couple agree they need a larger home in a nice neighborhood for their family of six. He wants a house Ironman would live in with plenty of gadgets and remote controls. She prefers a home a mermaid would love that is covered from wall to wall in her signature color, aqua.
Recent Tennessee empty nesters have vacationed in Destin, Florida, for over twenty years and have finally decided to buy a vacation home there. His biggest concern is safe beach access. She's adamant that they get some place with five bedrooms for family visits. This house hunt will be no day at the beach with their three daughters joining them.
A former Iowa farm girl is ready to put down roots in her new home of Portland, Oregon. She likes turn-of-the-century homes with lots of orgininal details. She also wants to remain true to her upbringing with a yard large enough to raise chickens and to grow her own fruits and veggies.
A family of former Texans is excited to be moving back to the south Texas coast. They want to be right on the water, where prices are high. So even with a million dollar budget this couple will need to make a Texas-sized compromise if they're going to be able to agree on a home.
Indianapolis. The biggest challenge for these 20-somethings will be his budget-conscious ways versus her long wish list of hardwood, stainless steel appliances and granite.
A Tampa judge is ready to start a new chapter in her life after a recent divorce. She's leaving her suburban dream house and looking for a place in Tampa's revitalized downtown. There is one aspect of her old life she doesn't want to give up, though. She would like her new place to be as modern as possible which will be a challenge to find among Tampa's traditional architecture and design.
Polish immigrants living in suburban Chicago with their toddler have outgrown their current home. He's handy and wants a fixer-upper ranch, but she has always dreamed of living in a big, move-in-ready Colonial like the kind she has seen in her favorite movies.
A newcomer to Austin, Texas, is on the hunt for a her first home with her architect boyfriend along to offer his expertise. The problem is, hip Austin has one of the most competitive real estate markets in the nation. Can she find the historic architecture and ample living space she's looking for without venturing too far from the downtown fast life she loves?
A preservation advocate in Buffalo, New York, is ready to buy her first home. She's looking for a 1920s bungalow with much of its original architecture intact. Finding a place that has the character she wants without blowing her $100,000 budget won't be easy.
With a budget of $210,000 a second time buyer in Orlando is looking to get back into the market. She wants a ranch style house that's move in ready, and she's adamant about finding an updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. But her desire to get all the bling she wants without spending the money might be trickier than she thinks.
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