Mark and Jessica are first -time sellers who still love their first home. A new job and plans for a baby make selling a must but they're definitely not ready for negative feedback or lowball offers. Their passion runs deep and they don't like the idea of "vultures" cricling their first place.
Joe and Amanda have gone where no first-time sellers want to be. They gave into Amanda's desire for a new home and walked away from Joe's house, the place where he grew up, before it was sold. So, they're strapped with two mortgages and tons of stress as Joe's place sits on the market.
Shelly and Brian desperately need to sell their tiny rowhouse for their sanity and their marriage. It has just one bedroom and it's a loft with no door. So every night at 8:00, their lives come to a standstill when their baby goes to sleep. The couple tiptoe, whisper and barely turn on TV to keep little Ellie sound asleep.
Mike is a first-time seller with a great job offer in another city and a big Italian family that's heartsick. He will be the first to move away and the timing couldn't be worse, Mike's sister is expecting her first child and he's the Godfather. His job starts in just a few months and he's feeling pressure from all sides as he tries to sell quickly.
Casey is an engineer with big plans for the future. He wants to change careers and become a child psychologist but studying doesn't fit his current lifestyle. This single guy needs to sell his first place and say goodbye to all the roommates.
Jimmy was the first in his family to ever own a home and the pride he feels for that house makes it painful to sell. He, his wife and their child have moved to a new home but Jimmy still struggles with saying goodbye. It's a connection that has their finances on the edge of disaster.
Meagen and JD insist on listing their Westminster, CO house at $350,000, even when their realtor says they need to price it $20,000 lower. And because they've already bought a new house before selling the old one,they can't afford to drop their price. When the months pass and no offers come in, even after more than 40 showings, Maegen and JD are desperate. Their realtor comes up with an option, one that nobody likes but it will cover that extra mortgage payment. How much are they willing to sacrifice to keep from going broke?
Evan and Shane are two cousins hoping to make their fortune flipping houses. To finance their first flip, they borrow $390,000 from Evan's parents, renovate the house and put it on the market. Months pass and they don't get a single bid. When a seemingly solid buyer shows up, will the two close the deal and pay back the parents?
Erin and Brian are trying to sell their mountain home to follow a lifelong dream of becoming ranchers. Will a series of lowball offers and a devastating blow to their plans derail their dream altogether?
Alicia decides to sell her Denver home when she learns her job is being eliminated. It's a hearbreaking decision because of the time and money she's invested into her first house. The journey gets even more painful, when a potential buyer tries to take advantage of her situation.
Kristin and Tom love their first home, but with three children and one on the way they can't live in a house that only has one full bathroom. Adding to the adventure is Kristin's decision to be their realtor and list the house herself. But things get complicated when a potential buyer wants Kristin to do something she's never done before.
The house was perfect when Lois was single but now she's married with two kids and a dog. They desperately need a yard and room to play but Lois is struggling to say goodbye. She ignores everybody when pricing her house and learns the hard way that her realtor knows best.
Daniel & Kristan are a brother and sister team who need to sell their house. They accept an offer only to find out a second, higher bid is heading their way. Can they change their minds or are they stuck with the lower price?
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