A family is looking for a home with room to expand in San Diego. The problem is that he wants a log cabin with enough acreage for a farm, but she would prefer a Spanish-style home in a traditional neighborhood.
An interior designer and her fiance are searching for a home in Smithfield, Virginia. But while she wants to renovate a historic Colonial with lots of character, he'd prefer a single-story ranch that's move-in ready.
A young couple is looking for their first home near their alma mater in State College, Pennsylvania. High on their wish list are new construction with an all-white kitchen for her and a finished basement that he could turn into a bar or speakeasy.
A young couple is ready to leave New York City for an affordable home in Union City, New Jersey. She likes historical homes and loves renovation, but he prefers homes that are modern, sleek and turnkey. Although they disagree on some elements, this frugal couple agrees that a home with a potential rental unit is a must.
Tired of living in a duplex, two Indianapolis women are on the hunt for a new place. But one is dead set on a midcentury modern fixer-upper, while the other insists on finding a move-in ready cottage. Making things more difficult, they also want enough room to house an identical twin sister and a giant German shepherd.
A barbecue chef wants a house in Gainesville, Georgia, with plenty of land and lots of projects to keep him busy. But things get cooking when his wife insists on a house in the heart of downtown.
Unlike many young parents, these buyers are not fleeing for the suburbs. Instead, they're using their million-dollar budget to find a vintage place near downtown Chicago with a high-ceiling basement so they can install a golf simulator.
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