Andrea works in NYC, but lives almost two hours away in Marlton, New Jersey. She does this long commute so she can have the best of both worlds - a job in the city and a house in a quiet, rural area where she can raise her two children. Now, she's eager to get out of her friend's house, where she and the kids are currently crashing, and into a 3 bedroom place of their own in Malrton. But on a tight budget, will she be able to find the kind of place she wants for her kids?
Wynter is ready to marry Will, and he promises he'll pop the question as soon as they are living together in a home of their own. Real Estate Agent Bobby Naugle shows them three houses in their hometown of Visalia, California. The challenge is that Wynter wants an upgraded, move-in-ready home, while Will wants a well-priced fixer. Can this young couple find a happy medium? And will Will make good on that promise?
Steven and Ashley want to buy their first home in the Dallas suburbs. With a budget of $180,000, they're having a tough time finding a house that's upgraded enough for her and still has enough projects for him. Can their realtor, Kevin Belknap, who's married to Steven's cousin, find a place that makes them both happy?
Mike and Clare have saved up for a house by staying in his parents' basement for over a year. All of their friends and both of their jobs are over an hour away and the newlyweds have had enough of the long commute. They are anxious to find a home of their own in the Cleveland suburbs that is big enough for them and their dog but still plenty close to the action.
After taking a $30,000 loss on the sale of their previous home in Ohio, Amanda and Rich had to move their family of six into her parent's house. Two years later, they've saved up enough money to buy their next place. While they want to be smart about sticking to their $290,000 budget, finding a house that meets all of their needs is proving to be a challenge. Plus Amanda is very picky. It's a good thing they're working with her mother's childhood friend, Kim Martin, as their realtor.
LaMar and Jessica just moved to Atlanta and are staying with his sister until they find a home of their own. Both want to be close to downtown but Jessica dreams of a homey townhouse, while LaMar's idea of heaven is a sleek high-rise complete with concierge, pool, gym and fabulous views. Will they be able to settle on a place that makes them both happy?
When Heather decided to buy her first home in downtown Baltimore, she set a realistic budget of $300,000 - $350,000. This would allow her to indulge in her favorite pastimes: traveling and shopping. But, looking for a house is not as easy as buying a handbag, which is very frustrating for Heather. Can her cousin and future roommate, Ra'Shaun, help her stay focused on the prize? Heather is a handful, but realtor Monica Gordon-Truesdale, is determined to find the right house for her.
Chicago newcomers Nicolle and Jonathan love their downtown rental, but it's time to buy a place, and their differences are making the search tough: while he's ready to settle down and raise kids in the suburbs, she's reluctant to leave the action of the big city. With a budget that tops out at $300,000, can Jonathan convince Nicolle that they can find a sweeter deal outside the Windy City?
After a recent break up left her paying too much in rent, Britt is setting out to buy her first home. But the trendy neighborhood of Ballard isn't cheap, and her small budget won't go far. With the help of her best friend and her agent, will this city girl be able to land the home of her dreams?
Kelli and Reed left their music careers in Nashville to begin a new life in the scenic resort town of Whitefish, Montana. Now, they're in a rush to move out of Reed's parents' house and into a home of their own before they open the doors to their new cafe, 'The Caboose', in downtown Whitefish. But while Kelli wants to find a place with a cozy, rustic feel, Reed, who grew up in a cabin-style home, prefers a more streamlined look with modern finishes. With a budget of $375,000, can this couple find a place close to town that'll make them both happy?
With their wedding right around the corner, and the lease on their rental about to expire, Atlanta couple Gerrad and Alyssa have agreed now's the time to buy their first home.Unfortunately, they haven't been able to agree on anything else. He wants a townhouse with amenities, and she wants a single family home with a yard.Their agent Shanna has the difficult task of bringing together the desires of these two opinionated fiances, before they walk down the aisle!
Best friends Jayme and Courtney have never lived away from home. Realizing that it's time to grow up and that they can't live with their parents forever, they've decided to buy a home together. Their different personalities tie in with what they want in a new home. Jayme is a free spirit who just wants a serene home that's not too close to neighbors. Courtney thinks everything through and feels it would be wise to find a maintenance-free home without a yard. They'll need to figure out exactly what they both want in a place and more importantly, what they can afford. Can these first time home buyers find something that has everything they both want and that fits their limited budget? Find out when House Hunters heads to San Diego.
Kevin is an avid cyclist who is ready to move out of his parents' place and buy his first home in the Detroit suburbs. Unlike most house hunters, he could not care less about fine finishes; his top priority is storage space for his prize possessions ? his bikes! His best friend Ryan will come along as Kevin looks for a ranch style home with his ultimate fantasy space: a temperature-controlled, well-lit room where he can work on his treasured rides. But will a budget that tops out at $200,000 be enough to kick this search into high gear?
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