A couple in Rapid City, South Dakota, battles over which retro style is right for their new home. While he likes old-school Victorian or Craftsman, she's into midcentury, so their friend may have to be the tie-breaker.
A rocker couple in New Jersey hopes to find a home that fits their lifestyle. While the night owls agree they want a master with few windows, she's looking for an older Colonial with lots of charm while he's got his heart set on an updated midcentury modern with a big basement for band practice.
A Los Angeles couple looks for a duplex where they can live in one unit and rent out the other. However, even with a budget of $900,000, they must be prepared to compromise in the city's crazy market.
A young couple's buying a home in the Washington DC area, but while she's eager to take on a fixer-upper near the city, he's open to going out a little farther to get a turnkey place with a big yard and a garage for woodworking.
A Denver buyer is ready to strike out on her own after saving up by living at home. She's hoping for a quirky living space with ties to Denver's history but her twin sister hopes she'll settle into a more traditional single-family home she can grow into.
A Denver couple with two small kids is tired of living with her parents and wants to find a place of their own. However, because their last house had foundation issues, each home must pass his 'marble test'. Meanwhile, she has her heart set on finding a ranch-style property that reminds her of her grandmother's home.
A newlywed couple searches for their first home in Longmont, Colorado. Although they both want enough room to start a family, he's focused mostly on yard space while she's more concerned with finding a Victorian home with whimsical features.
A couple living in a tiny row home in the Bronx is ready to move into a big house in the suburbs. They both want plenty of space for their kids but while she's pushing for a short commute to the city, he's hoping to have a nice swimming pool.
Orlando newlyweds decide to forego a big wedding so they can buy their first home together. While they agree on having a screened-in porch with a pool, they're at odds over everything else. She wants a newly built farmhouse with a huge porch but he'd rather have a Mediterranean with a few projects to tackle.
A couple is ready to cash in on their New York City apartment so they can buy a bigger place in South Jersey. But while one is dead-set on having a home with an attached retail space for his new business, the other would prefer a little separation between work and home.
An engaged couple in Austin, Texas, looks for their first home. He wants to be close to downtown in a modern condo with an entertainment room, while she wants a suburban Craftsman with a craft room.
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