Ellen and Dan's apartment looks more like a sporting goods store than a home, thanks to their bikes, golf clubs and gear. The couple sets out to find their first place in the north suburbs of Pittsburgh, only to realize their budget and looming deadline could kill the deal and destroy their plans of home ownership.
Ross is moving to Nashville to buy a home to be with his girlfriend, Marla. Ross is out of town when Marla finds her dream home. Can she convince him to bid sight-unseen on this property that's above his budget?
Courtney and her French husband, Benoit, are on deadline to buy their first place before their first baby arrives. After looking at several Pittsburgh homes and disagreeing completely on their style, the couple has some compromising to do. But will this expectant couple agree on a home before their bundle of joy arrives?
Strapped for up front cash, Heather and Jason must find sellers willing to pay their closing costs. After losing out on one house, they'reat risk of losing a second when a pricey repair problem crops up at inspection.
Bill, a Nashville transplant, wants his first place to have a guest house on the property to help pay the mortgage. After finding the place of his dreams, the home inspector points out a potentially expensive fix. If the sellers refuse to make the repair, Bill's deal could fall apart.
After living with her parents for almost a year, Marie and Tom are desperate to find their first place and start a family. They lose a competitive bid to another buyer, but a surprise twist gives them a second chance for homeownership.
After Audra and Brian adopted 4 siblings, their 1,000-square-foot rental very quickly became cramped. An exhausting and indecisive home search finally unearthed a hidden gem. Unfortunately no one can come to terms with closing costs. The realtors make one last ditch effort to close the deal, but will it be too little too late?
Vince and his partner Jason are struggling to find a first place in Pittsburgh that suits their sense of style. After seeing a house with great potential but in need of some TLC, they decide to put in a low offer and update it themselves. The sellers agree to the lower offer but refuse to fix any of the issues the inspection reveals. Will the couple decide the house was a enough of a deal to fork out the money for the repairs?
After Kendall, an interior designer, and her husband, Kane, lose a home to a stronger bid, they must figure out their financial sweet spot to make sure they don't lose any more homes with low bids.
A sexy bathroom seems like a simple wish to fulfill, but negotiating derails more than one deal for a Pittsburgh attorney. Will Candace find the wow factor she craves at the price she demands?
Daniel and Bret are at odds over their priorities: one wants a large house, the other, a large yard for their dogs. When existing homes don't fit the bill, they look at new-builds. Will they find a place they both love, or will someone have to compromise?
Matt knows what he wants: a unique loft space in Pittsburgh with some industrial "grittiness" to it. Unable to find an established property that fits the bill, he falls for a rezoned office space still under construction. Nothing is in writing, and Matt is already "sold," ignoring the warnings of his realtor and friend. Will his gamble pay off, or will his willingness to risk it all backfire?
Pittsburgh couple, Laura and Dusty, look at both houses and townhomes in search of a place with their long list of must-haves. Unable to find 'the one,' they reorganize their priorities to focus on resale value. Will they find something they can live with AND has potential for resale?
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