An LA couple who has been renting for years is finally ready to make the leap to homeownership. She wants as much house as they can afford, and she's angling for a Mediterranean-style place that reminds her of her native Turkey. But he'd prefer something small and modern. Can they find a home that satisfies both their aesthetics and makes them happy homeowners at last?
Michael and Bryan are first-time homebuyers looking to settle down in Baltimore. While they're both set on finding a home in the historic city, the two disagree on style and location. The couple debates the pros and cons of living downtown versus the surrounding area as well as the benefits of living in a vintage home versus a modern one. Will they be able to find a compromise?
New parents are looking for a home in Nashville, Tennessee. But while he wants room for his drums, she's looking for a space that will accommodate in-laws visiting their baby granddaughter. They hope to find a home in Music City with plenty of room for everyone and everything.
A child psychiatrist and his wife are looking to buy a home in Bangor, ME, and are bringing along a quirky wish list. She doesn't want any carpet in the house and insists they find something with a screened-in porch for their cat. While he thinks that's strange, his requirement is that the house doesn't have a staircase near the front entryway because it would make him feel claustrophobic. Will Bangor be able to provide the couple with a house that satisfies their unique needs?
High school sweethearts are looking to buy their first home in Tampa, FL. Space is important for their coffee business, but they can't find common ground when it comes to choosing between a Craftsman or a stylish modern design.
A Boston couple clashes over the style of home they're looking to buy. She wants a grand Cape Cod with an open layout, luxury kitchen and pool. He wants a quaint Colonial packed with historic charm -- and a lower price tag.
Jaime and Evan are relocating from San Diego to Kansas City and are on the hunt for a house. They want a large home in the suburbs in a neighborhood that has a community pool. Jaime has dreams of a two-story Craftsman, while Evan prefers a ranch-style home due to his bad knees. Will they be able to find a home that meets both of their wishlists?
A 24-year-old is excited to move out of his parents' house and into his first place in San Diego. The problem is that he gets more than he bargained for when he brings his mom along on his house hunt to give a second opinion.
A single girl searches for a home in State College interested in finding a single-family home with a yard and no shared walls, but her friend thinks she'll be better off in a low-maintenance townhouse. Will she follow her friend's advice, or will she find the single-family home of her dreams?
A couple is on the hunt for a new home in Grand Prairie, TX. She's looking for a stately two-story home that tells the world they've arrived, but he's looking for a comfy one-story home with lots of land. Will the couple be able to find a comfortable Texas home that satisfies them both?
A couple in Tulsa are looking to purchase their first home, but they can't agree on anything. She wants a bungalow, but he wants mid-century modern. He loves granite, and she can't stand it. She's up for a fixer, but he wants move-in ready.
A young couple that has been saving up searches for their first home outside Oklahoma City. With their modest budget, they're willing to go for a fixer-upper, but some things are non-negotiable. Will they be able to find a home that has everything on their wishlist, including a big backyard, room to grow and a big tree in the front yard?
A St. Petersburg, FL, couple is trading in their townhouse for a new home and can't seem to agree on style or location. While he's hoping to find a Colonial style home near the downtown area, she's looking for a contemporary style place in the surrounding area. St. Petersburg offers many options -- will the couple be able to meet in the middle?
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