A young couple hunts for a home in Cedar Rapids, IA. She wants a brand-new, practical home that fits their growing family, but he wants an older historical place. Above all, they want a home with a big basement "famcave" where they can spend quality time with their kids.
A family is buying their first home in San Francisco, and while he's looking for a contemporary, she wants a Victorian like the one she grew up in. However, their biggest problem may be finding an affordable place in a city where houses go for hundreds of thousands over asking.
Newlyweds are on the hunt for their first home in Richmond, Virginia. They battle over style as he's looking for a midcentury modern and she wants a plantation-style row house.
Buyers want to find a home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but they can't agree on a style. She wants a one-story rancher with an updated kitchen, but he's looking for a two-story, Spanish-style house with a garage where he can put his pool table and figurine collection.
A young couple hunts for their first home in Boston. She's focused on a sleek modern look with updated appliances in the kitchen, but he's all about scoring a single-family home regardless of condition. Will they find the perfect compromise?
A blended Arizona family looks for a large home in the East Phoenix Valley. She's looking for a French Provincial with an all-white kitchen, but since he's a former major league baseball player, he wants room for an RV garage so he can build a batting cage. Will they find a home with it all?
Flight attendants want to settle near their airline's hub in Fort Worth, TX. He wants a low-maintenance condo since they're always on the go, but she wants a single-family house with a big yard. Will they find a suitable compromise?
A young couple with a three-year-old son is on the hunt for a new home in St. Louis. One is looking for on a two-story home with a basement big enough for a pool table. The other, however, is looking for a one-story house with charm and built-ins.
Palm Springs, CA, buyers with a specific wish list look for a bigger home. Both want an authentic midcentury place with views of the mountains. Not just any midcentury home will do, however. To satisfy this couple, the house will also need to have a significant architectural name behind it.
A relocated family is buying a home in Columbus, Ohio. But while Dad has his heart set on a midcentury modern, Mom's main priorities are open space for big parties and huge closets for her massive wardrobe.
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