A couple and their two daughters return to Southern California to recreate the SoCal lifestyle she had in her youth. He's an avid surfer that wants to be close to the beach, but soaring housing costs could make it difficult to find a home by the shore. She wants a Spanish-style home with a pool, but he insists on a beach bungalow with lots of storage.
A single, young professional is looking to buy her first home in Tallahassee, Florida. She dreams of a historic bungalow with a front porch, but her mother insists she consider something newer and maintenance-free.
Fashion executives have a long wish list for their first house together. However, in the pricey Southern California market, their budget might not get the extra space to display his toy collection or her bedroom-sized closet.
College sweethearts want to upgrade their home in the Bay Area, but they don't see eye to eye on their wish lists. He wants a Mediterranean-style home that's wheelchair accessible while she's hoping for a modern place with a new kitchen. To complicate matters even more, his mom has an agenda of her own.
A couple with five daughters between them is looking for a large family home in Phoenix. She wants Mediterranean, but he's got his eye on a one-story contemporary. Fortunately the other members of the house agree on what they want: a pool.
A bachelor searches for an upgrade from his cramped Chicago apartment. His sister thinks he should buy something in a high-amenity downtown high-rise but he'd prefer to stay in his comfort zone near Lincoln Park.
A young couple's first house hunt in Fort Collins, CO, is more complicated than they ever expected. They're looking for a home that has space for their family to grow and a private backyard where their chickens can roam free.
A Texas couple is looking to upgrade from their apartment to a bigger place just outside of Dallas. She loves Craftsman homes but he wants something more modern. Their real problem, however, is the debate over a swimming pool.
A couple battles against a set of self-imposed rules for finding a home in Newport News, VA, like a first-floor bedroom and a fenced-in backyard. But the rules giving them the hardest time are the ancient guidelines of Feng Shui.
New parents are beginning to find themselves a bit squeezed into their Cincinnati Victorian home as their family expands. She hopes to find a larger Victorian but he's hoping for something more modern that won't require as much upkeep.
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