An Atlanta couple is looking for a home where they can start a family. He wants to spend less for a fixer-upper with instant equity, but her approach is to pump the budget and get a turnkey home that needs no renovations.
Fed up with city traffic, Atlanta buyers are leaving downtown for a home in the surrounding suburbs. They both want a large yard for their dogs, but they disagree on a single-story ranch vs. a two-story Cape Cod home, which offers a variety of escape routes if there's ever an emergency.
A human resources executive is moving to San Antonio so he can start a new job closer to his son. He wants a home with tall ceilings for the fancy fan he's bringing with him but his opinionated friend thinks it's ridiculous to pick a house around a single object.
Residents of Paducah, Kentucky, have been living in a tight space, and they're ready for a big house where they can entertain. One is hoping to find a midcentury ranch with interesting design details, while the other has his heart set on an old charmer in the historic district.
A couple is ready to get their first home together in the Windy City. One of them wants a rehabbed downtown loft that's both move-in ready and modern but the other wants a bungalow in the suburbs that may need a little work and has lots of positive energy.
Native Long Islanders are desperate to find a bigger place for their growing family. He would love to keep the budget under $1 million by finding a fixer-upper, but with a house full of kids and one on the way, she wants a place that's move-in ready.
A kindergarten teacher wants to get out of her parents' house and into her own home in Washington, DC. Her best friend and future roommate joins the hunt to convince her to consider a single-family home and not just an attached townhome.
A couple that started vacationing in South Haven, MI, 20 years and seven kids ago are buying a piece of paradise before their family gets any bigger. She's got champagne taste on a soda budget, but he's focused on finding a place that can fit their other baby: his 26-foot sailboat.
A couple with three small kids has moved to Utah County, Utah, to be closer to family. He's convinced they can spend less and get a house with projects he can tackle, but she's willing to pay more for turnkey place that's totally pristine.
A couple is on the hunt for a new home in Austin, Texas. After three years of searching, she's ready to get it over with, but his picky tendencies are slowing them down.
An Atlanta bachelor looks at big, bigger and biggest in his hunt for a home that reflects his social lifestyle. However, when his eyes become bigger than his budget, his mom steps in to keep him in check.
A NYC couple seeks more space for their growing family, but while she wants a modern home close to the fashion industry in Midtown, he wants a home with character further out into one of the city's classic neighborhoods.
A couple looks to move away from the sometimes loud and busy bars in Kansas City. She's a historian and loves the older Craftsman homes that are common to the area, but he's computer scientist and seeks something modern with smart home automation.
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