A couple is moving back from overseas with their family and wants to find a home in the rural California mountainside community of Tehachapi. For him, the property they choose must have a view, while she's looking for a house with lots of land.
Native Californians transplant to Grapevine, Texas, and while one is ready to knock down some walls, the other is looking for a more peaceful transition.
A young Denver couple is ready to take their next step and buy a home together. He wants a new build with modern designs and amenities that he's used to, but she prefers an older home with charm and character.
A couple is ready to look for their first home together in Kansas City. He insists they live on the Missouri side where he grew up but she's hoping they decide to settle on the Kansas side where she spent her childhood. The final approval, however, will be coming from their rescue dog who's also getting his own bedroom.
A sailor brings his high-school sweetheart on his house hunt in Maui, Hawaii. For him, rental potential and proximity to the beach are key to his low-stress lifestyle but she's trying to convince him to buy farther up the mountain due to her fear of tsunamis.
A young New Jersey couple looks for a home and their top priority is a multi-family setup so they can share the place with her mom. However, mom's high expectations for luxe details don't match the couple's budget.
Newlyweds ready to move out of her parents' home face competing wishlists. She doesn't want to fly too far from the nest, but he wants to move farther away and into a home with a finished basement.
A couple searches for a new home in the St. Louis area. But while one wants an open-concept, midcentury modern home reminiscent of their upbringing in Spain, the other would prefer a cozy and defined craftsman or bungalow.
After a recent move to Las Vegas, a couple looks for a place that's tricked out for entertaining guests. She wants a huge, open-concept home with a pool but he's wanting something a little smaller with a quiet space where he can watch TV.
A single father looks for a mountain home where he can beat the California heat in Palm Springs. Ideally, he'd like a midcentury home with a great view of the town of Running Springs but his grade school best friend thinks a place that feels more like a cabin near Big Bear would bring in more money if he decides to rent it out.
A pair of young buyers is ready to purchase a home in Portland, Oregon. While one is determined to get her hands dirty with a fixer-upper, the other thinks taking a risk on DIY is a bad idea.
William and Lisa are ready to move out of their family's place and into their own home in New York, but she's admittedly picky, especially when it comes to renovating.
David and Dale want to ditch their condo and find a home with more space in Chicago. However, David wants a property on a quiet street and wouldn't mind renovating while Dale insists on a move-in ready home that's close to the city.
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