A single mother is finally ready to purchase her first home in Columbia, South Carolina. She's looking for a house with four bedrooms and won't settle for anything that isn't new construction, but her wish list may be too big for her budget.
A young, married couple needs more room for their growing family in Odenton, Maryland. He's looking for a single-family house with plenty of outdoor space and doesn't mind taking on projects, but she prefers a townhouse that's move-in ready.
After the recent loss of her fiance, a single woman looks to make a fresh start with a new home in Tampa. She wants a large, single-family house that's move-in ready, but her best friend thinks she should consider a place she can renovate to save money.
A plastic surgeon and her husband seek a new home for their family in Atlanta, Georgia. They're looking for outdoor space for their daughter and room to accommodate his mother, but she's pushing for glam details and doesn't mind spending more to get it.
A Los Angeles couple looks for a slower pace of life for their family in Portland, Oregon. He prefers an older Victorian-style house with lots of character, but she wants something modern with an open layout and plenty of room for visiting family.
A couple with five daughters is on the hunt for a large and unique home in Stafford, Virginia. They need at least five bedrooms and he wants something more traditional that's in country, but she prefers a midcentury modern style that's closer to town.
Empty nesters are looking for different things and can't agree on a new home in Columbus, Ohio. She's looking for a smaller place near the city that's walking distance to work, but he thinks they need more room and wants a larger house in the suburbs.
An engaged couple is excited to leave San Francisco for their favorite vacation spot in Napa Valley wine country. They're looking for a home with historic charm that's walkable to downtown, but finding everything they want may exceed their budget.
A lending officer who helps people buy homes has never owned one herself, and neither has her Gulf War veteran husband. He faces his toughest battle yet when he's reluctant to spend what's necessary in their competitive Southern California market.
A young family living with in-laws are finally ready to land their own home on Long Island, New York. They're looking for a home with plenty of outdoor space with a pool for entertaining, and she insists on finding something that's move-in ready.
Two Atlanta-area real estate professionals -- who are also a couple -- are determined to sell each other on their own idea of the perfect family home. With neither willing to budge, they each might be dealing with their toughest client to date.
A young family looking to move from Florida to California is searching for the perfect home in the tight Los Angeles market, but their conflicting location and size needs could quickly derail their California dream.
Chicago buyers Kevin and Kevin are having a hard time finding a condo they can agree on. With this former long-distance relationship coming together in the Windy City, it seems the only thing they have in common is their name.
Twenty-nine-year-old Paul Zook is beginning to settle down and wants to buy his own home. While he's starting to mature, this young man still loves his toys, and they take up a lot of space. Is there a house out there with everything Zook wants and enough room for his camping gear, three bicycles and tools?
Susanne and Ted Pahle are a married couple in transition. Ted has a career that has required he and his wife to live in various countries all over the world. This time, they are relocating from the eastern United States to the West Coast. Currently the couple resides in a temporary hotel room, and although they have enjoyed the service the hotel has offered them, the novelty is wearing off. Will these world travelers finally settle down and plant some roots?
Mark Van Der Zalm and Carina Coleman have been living at Coleman's parents' house while they saved money to buy a house of their own. After a few years of saving, they began a search of on their own. At one advertising call, they met realtor Bonnie Fernandez, who showed them one of her listings. Though the home wasn't a perfect fit, the realtor was. Now all they have to do is find the ideal home.
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