Atlanta couple Alex and Azalea are engaged to be married and want to buy a home before the wedding. The question is, should they buy a smaller place 'inside the perimeter' as they say in Atlanta, or move further out to the suburbs to get a larger house. Azalea, who loves to walk to shops and restaurants, is set on city living. But Alex is making a strong case for the added square footage and large yards the suburbs have to offer. Where will they buy? Tune in and find out.
With homes in Las Vegas and Hollywood, Tony Chau is no stranger to house hunting. Now, he has set his sights on Chicago. This time, he's going in on a place with his business partner, Jason Traut. They have a budget of $1.5 million and want to buy a condo in the upscale Magnificent Mile area that can be turned into a stylish bachelor pad. But they're not on the same page when it comes to the scale of the remodel. So, they're having James Charles, their friend and interior designer, join them on their search. Can they find a place that makes everyone happy?
Chad and Katie are looking for a home with room for Katie's shoe collection in downtown Austin, Texas. Trouble is, Chad is admittedly picky. Among other things, he wants a modern home in an area filled with vintage houses that Katie loves. With their wedding around the corner, will they find a home or will Chad drag his feet forever?
Josh, Molly and their 2 young kids have been living for too long in one bedroom at her parents' house. But the family soon discovers that cramped quarters might be just the beginning when their house hunt winds through St. Paul, Minnesota's quirky craftsman bungalows.
Being newlyweds and living apart for nearly a year has been rough for Greg and Nicole. But, the hunt for their first home in South New Jersey has been even harder. With plans to stay in their future home for the long haul, they're being very particular about what they want and have looked at over 100 homes - picking apart every detail. Can they find a house that meets up with their needs and stays within their first time buyer budget of $400,000?
Atlanta hipsters Kate and Andy want to buy their first home. But a run-of-the-mill starter house won't do for these artistic newlyweds. They want a house with both older character and modern finishes with room enough for their Great Dane, Leon. Kate and Andy have very clear ideas about what they expect in a home. The problem is, what they want doesn't match what their $200,000 budget can buy, and their very specific taste means almost any house they can afford may be a let-down.
Lindsay and Dayne are a classic case of opposites attract. She is a traditional southern girl, while Dayne is a neurophysiologist by day/punk rock drummer at night. They want to buy their first home before they get married in a few months. But, having never lived together, they have to sort out a couple of major issues. First off, they have to find a home that merges her traditional style with his modern sensibilities. Plus, she doesn't want to spend more than $250,000, while Dayne's limit is $330,000.
Bryan and Kristen have shared a lot of firsts together; first kiss; first love; now recently married, they are ready to buy their first home together. With a budget of $150,000 they set their sights on San Antonio hoping to stay near work and family. elping them out is their Realtor, Cynthia. But she's not just any realtor, her clients have dubbed her "The House Whisperer" for her knack of matching people with the right home. Can she use her instincts to find Brian and Kristen the perfect place?
Tiffany, Patrick, and their daughter Bella have been enjoying the return to Tiffany's hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee. But they're eagar to find a place of their own since they're currently staying with Tiffany's parents. They'd like to find a spacious home to raise their young daughter, but with a budget of $175,000, it may be a challenge. Fortunately, they have the prefect realtor to help them in their search - Tiffany's dad Jim, who is an expert in the area. Can his parental guidance combined with his Knoxville know-how land them the perfect home? Or will Tiffany and Patrick be planted at their parents' house indefinitely?
After discovering his apartment was being turned into condos, Brandon had to move back in with his Mom until he could find another place. It's been six months and now this picky 29-year old is ready to buy his first home. He turns to his ex-girlfriend to accompany him on the house hunt because she knows his particular tastes better than anyone. Can his old flame help him choose the right home within his $250,000 budget?
Teachers, Dwight and Kristin, want to buy a house before they get married in a few months. But, in Meriden, Connecticut, can they find a 3 bed, 2 bath home meets up with her high end tastes while sticking to his budget of $240,000?
Carlie and Andy Hunt are college sweethearts who met on the tennis court, married, and now live in a high-rise in Portland. While they love the location, their small studio apartment is no longer suitable for the two of them and their large dog. Their ideal home would have lots of closet-space, a large yard for their dog and would be walking distance to shops and restaurants. With a tight budget, high expectations, and not much middle ground when it comes to compromising - Andy and Carlie have got a challenging house hunt ahead of them. But thankfully, Geoff, their old college friend and fellow tennis teammate, is a realtor. Hopefully, he can serve up a selection of properties that have everything they want and fits their tight budget.
Chandler and Laura want a big home for their growing family that includes a Great Dane and two Chihuahuas. But when they see the massive houses in the upscale Nashville suburb of Hendersonville, will it be more than they can handle?
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