After Hurricane Katrina destroyed their New Orleans home, they're moving to Mobile.
Jim works and lives Battle Creek, Michigan, but he's looking for a second home in Chicago. He loves the theater, restaurants, and night-life that Chicago has to offer, and hopes to find a one bedroom apartment that's move-in ready.
The Smithermans have two dogs, two cats and a baby on the way, so they've decided they need more space. With a larger family in mind, they'd like to find a place with four bedrooms, but they'd settle for three. They'd like the idea of an older home in need of some TLC, since Tony loves a project. But with a baby on the way, is this the right time for a renovation?
Allison and John recently moved in together into John's condo. As they plan their wedding, they've also decided to search for a bigger place. With their wedding date creeping up on them, they feel added pressure to find their ideal two-bedroom, two-bath home with an office and a nice outdoor space.
Michigan native Adrianne moved to Washington, DC three years ago and instantly fell in love with the city. She currently rents a two-bedroom apartment on Capitol Hill, but is ready to buy. While she loves the neighborhood, she might not be able to find something that's the right size and the right price there, so she's now exploring other neighborhoods as well.
Paul Stevenson and Marcie Rathbun live in Orlando and are engaged to be married. To save money for their wedding, they've moved in with Paul's parents. Along with their two pets, they're crammed into Paul's childhood bedroom. They want to buy a place for themselves, preferably one with three bedrooms, a garage and a nice yard for their dog.
Newlyweds Melanie Ulrich and Nicholas Henke have relocated from Montana to Minnesota where they've been renting a 1900 square foot home. Since they are both fans of theater and sports, they've decided to settle down in the St. Paul area. They hope to find a three-bedroom home with a large, fenced-in backyard for their dogs and a space for Nicholas's beer brewing.
Sarah and Kelly Geyer fell in love with South Carolina when they moved here five years ago. Although they love their current home, they would like to move closer to the beach and into another school system for their daughter. To fulfill their dreams, they have enlisted the help of a realtor who hopes to find a house within their budget that will fit their needs.
Nick and Melodie Winscher are eager to stop renting and are starting to look for their first home in Madison, Wisconsin. They hope to find a two-bedroom house with a two-car garage. Since Nick works from home, he would like an office that is separate from the rest of the house.
Heather Burke is an aerospace engineer who has spent the last 16 years moving from home to home, mostly in rentals. She has decided that Savannah is where she wants to plant her roots and is looking for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.
Joel and Kimee Shideler have enjoyed two years of being married and living in their one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with their two cats. Now, they're ready to start a family, so they've begun a search for a three-bedroom, two-bath home in Nashville.
Dan Leonhardt and Sarah Power are currently engaged, and they've decided they've outgrown the busy life of Chicago. They have fallen in love with the minimal traffic, welcoming people and clean environment of Portland, Oregon. As they start their new life together, they may not agree on styles, but they do agree that they want a three-bedroom home with a big yard for their dog, Charlie.
Mary Lothamer has always been a suburban girl. Now that she's an empty nester, she's ready to say goodbye to Franklin, Tennessee, and hello to the hip and trendy neighborhood of East Nashville. Ideally, she wants a home with an open floor plan, a great backyard and a location closer to her work.
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