Dan and Paula Demmon, along with their kids Jack and Greyson, moved from New Hampshire into a rental home in Noank, Connecticut. Now, they want to purchase a home with at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In addition, they'd like a nice master suite, an updated kitchen, a two-car garage and a deck, all with a budget of up to $300,000.
Ralph and Cindy Perrone are social butterflies and big on family. In their quest for a new home in Cocoa Beach, Florida, they hope to find three bedrooms, plenty of space for their kids and grandkids, and most importantly, it has to be on the water. They need a dock for their boat, ideally one with a boat lift, and a yard for entertaining. With a budget of up to $2 million, they're entrusting their search to their son, realtor Ralph Perrone Jr.
Eduardo Mendoza is a stylish, on-the-go guy originally from Lima, Peru. Since he's single, he only needs a one-bedroom, one-bathroom place, and he hopes to find it in downtown Seattle. With a budget of up to $450,000, his realtor, Julie Sun, looks forward to helping him find the perfect spot.
Tanvi Gupta is ready for her own place and wants to find it in the Toluca Lake area of Los Angeles. Hoping for more room than her current small place in North Hollywood, she's relying on realtor Stacy Wilson to help her make the best decision on what to buy. With a budget of $450,000, it will be a challenge to find a newer, luxurious place in the area, but she's optimistic and enthusiastic.
Ellen Schwab and Don Kozerski love living in the Bay Area of northern California, and each has their own place. Now, they're looking for a second home that they'll share in Napa Valley. Hoping for a three-bedroom, two-bedroom home, they're also looking for space for their hobbies and a kitchen large enough to entertain guests. With wine country real estate specialist Robert Pursell on board, they hope their budget of $1.5 million will get them the Napa getaway of their dreams.
After appearing on House Hunters a few years ago, Paul and Julie Crayton sold their house when a viewer made them an offer too good to pass up. After renting for a while, they are back in the market and looking for a large home in Canton, outside Dallas. They want a four-bedroom, updated home with a low-maintenance yard, and they have a $225,000 budget.
Kevin Shelton and Stephanie Stewart are both in the health care field and are engaged to be married. They need more room for their family to spread out and enjoy, and they have a healthy budget of up to $600,000. They're hopeful that their agent will help them find the perfect home in the Dallas market.
Maenette and Bob Benham live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in downtown Honolulu with their two young children, Kiana and Kaimi. The place has become much too small for the family, and they are looking to upsize, while remaining close to where they work. With a budget of up to $900,000, they hope that realtor Dan Ihara can find them the perfect place.
Colin and Alisabeth Shearn met five years ago and are now married and living in Denver. With a budget of $1.6 million, the search is on for the right house. While they aren't too picky, they want a home with longevity and character. Overseeing the house hunt and ready for the challenge is realtor and rodeo man Jace Glick.
Jo Ann Kendricken has lived in Boston for her entire life, but she's making a move to Chicago. With a budget of up to $350,000, she knows she'll have to adjust to a smaller place than her current one, but she's still excited for the change and hoping that realtor Karl Vogel will steer her in the right direction.
Abby and Brent Rosser are a friendly, outgoing couple who are actively involved in their community of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. With a budget of about $400,000, they hope to find a house that's a bit bigger than their current home and a lot more functional. Realtor Sherri Wellborn has some great properties to show them and hoping that one is perfect for the Rossers.
After three years of marriage, Doug and Lisa have decided that it's time to buy their first home. With a budget of $300,000, the couple asks real estate agent Dave Welch for help in finding the perfect property in Winter Park, Florida.
Yaa and Jeremy Arens moved to Phoenix from Wisconsin because Jeremy's job was relocated. They've been stuck in a cramped, one-bedroom rental while they search for a home for them and their daughter Olivya. The Arens are looking for a home with least three bedroms and costs less than $450,000.
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