Tim and Reuben are looking for a part-time home in Manhattan. In this ultra-pricey market, however, even a $1.5 million budget means compromising on style, size and outdoor space.
Newlyweds disagree over their first home in the Los Angeles suburb of Simi Valley. To get the high-end details and space they want, they'll have to decide between buying turn-key or a fixer-upper.
A recently-married couple from Columbus, IN, search for a first home that's large enough inside for them to start a family. While he's set on a traditional, move-in ready home, she wants a Craftsman-style home full of Southern charm.
Buyers retiring in Palm Springs, California, want a modern house with major wow factor. A pool and a large, open floorplan with tall windows looking out at the views are also high on their list.
A young couple moves west from Chicago to the wine country of Temecula, California. When it comes to finding a dream house to match their dream location, they'll have to put up with some interesting quirks in the ultra-pricey Southern California market.
A young Seattle couple looks for a home with amenities for their beloved pooches, but the two-legged members of the family have some disagreements. He's interested in a modern place near downtown but she wants a Craftsman in the quiet suburbs.
A single lawyer trades up from a townhouse to a single-family home in Dallas, Texas. She's looking for lots of square footage with a pool, a bar and a game room. Will any home be able to live up to her high standards?
Young first-time buyers are on the hunt for a fixer-upper in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He wants a Tudor but she wants a contemporary style home. However, they both agree that they want a large yard, open concept and most importantly, they want projects.
Newlyweds in Columbus, Ohio, are on the hunt for a home. She wants contemporary and move-in ready with a formal dining room, but he prefers a vintage house and thinks dining rooms are a waste of space.
A local entertainment power couple searches for a family-friendly home in Columbus, Ohio. It must come with a separate, defined entryway for him and a big basement for her where she can teach dance.
An engaged couple debates whether to buy an industrial loft or a vintage condo in Chicago. He needs a big kitchen since he has every cooking gadget known to man, and she needs a deck that's big enough to hang her hammock.
A Louisville couple is quarreling over the essentials during their house hunt. He wants to spend big on a plantation home with a big porch, while she's focused on budget friendly and move-in ready. Can he sell her on a house with a built-in interior slide?
An Atlanta couple is moving their family of five to Connecticut. Things become complicated when they try to find a house that has the vintage charm she wants with enough symmetry to satisfy her husband's OCD.
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