A young buyer is looking for a place he can call his own in one of Chicago's westside neighborhoods. His company specializes in architecture and design clients, and he's developed a preference for a loft-style condo that's sleek and modern. He also wants a private master suite so he doesn't have to share a bathroom if he decides to get a roommate in the future.
Houston natives and new parents want to put their stamp on a historic home in the Texas city. She's ready to tackle a big project, but he wants to dial down the renovation and focus on their growing family.
After getting transferred to San Angelo, Texas, a military family has just a few days to find a new home. She's looking for a Craftsman-style house with tons of charm and unique character, while he's leaning towards a contemporary design with clean lines.
A couple is ready to upgrade from their small high-rise condo in downtown Chicago to a home with outdoor space and a dedicated workout room. While she wants modern architecture in an urban setting, he prefers a classic greystone on a quiet street.
A married couple with two kids relocates from busy New York City to slower-paced living in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. With a $1 million budget, they'll see spectacular homes that far exceed the size of their NYC apartment.
A recently married couple is ready to finally put down some roots and buy their first apartment together in Manhattan. While they agree on wanting a charming, pre-war era building, they disagree on whether to purchase a lower-level unit or a high-rise with NYC views.
A young entrepreneur is searching for the perfect bachelor pad in Denver with the help of two potential roommates. He's looking for something downtown that's super modern and updated.
A Connecticut family is moving to Jacksonville, Florida, to escape the cold. They hope to land a large family home that allows them to enjoy the great outdoors but soon discover no house is perfect, even in paradise.
An engaged couple is hoping to find a starter home in San Jose, California. He likes the practicality of ranches, but she prefers the charm and character of Victorians. Even with their hefty one million dollar budget, though, finding a home before the big day won't be easy.
A couple who grew up on the Navajo reservation is ready to buy their first home in Phoenix. She wants a single-story, Spanish-style new construction, while he favors a traditional or Colonial two-story that he can do some work on to make it their own.
David and his partner, Curtis, have decided the time is right to get a place together in Portland, Oregon. David has his heart set on an older home with character and a yard with space for a garden and chickens. However, Curtis wants to be in a modern loft downtown in the middle of all the action.
A young engaged couple is searching for a house in Plainfield, Illinois. She wants a one-story ranch so their family can all be close together, whereas he'd prefer a more spacious two-story Colonial. She's also got her heart set on a walk-in pantry and definitely doesn't want an open concept.
Ready to return home, a young couple moves in with her parents while hunting for a home in the bedroom communities of Detroit. He's hoping for a big backyard, but she's looking for less land and more home. With her parents ready for them to move out, the pressure's on to find a home.
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