Looking to move out of his small apartment and buy his first home, a young medical student needs his parent's financial help to swing the purchase. Together they go condo hunting, but they are at odds over location, size, price, and amenities. Their real estate agent shows them three distinctly different properties. Even with so much disagreement, they must make a decision.
When a young single actor decides it's time to buy his own place, he knows he needs his parent's financial assistance to make it happen. With the help of a realtor they go looking at homes but quickly find out that what he wants is not what his parents want. Conflicts arise over location, price, and style. They have to make a choice and the decision is not easy.
This 25-year-old, two-pooch dog owner needs to get into her own space and out of her cousin's house. Her handyman father helps her search for just the right place, which he will also help finance. But as their realtor takes them through three different properties, issues arise over size, yard space, price, and even walk-in closets.
This young guy needs to get out of his parent's home and away from his loving grandmother and into his own place. His parents agree to assist him financially in making his first home purchase, but they also insist on helping in the property search. Their real estate agent has three properties to show them, but finds it difficult to satisfy everybody, especially the party boy who requires being close to the club scene.
Tracey and Dave are a young, engaged couple who want to buy their first home. Tracey's mom, Joan, is a control-freak, and though contributing substantially to the down payment, wants veto power over what property they choose. Dave's dad, a real estate agent, is leading the search, but Joan thinks he is not all that capable. As they try to choose between three different properties, conflict ensues over location, move-in readiness, and lifestyle. Can there be any compromise in this mother-daughter battle of wills?
Nicole is a working single Mom to Germaine, but she has full time help with her live-in nanny, Gala. They need to get out of their cramped apartment and, with Mom Ruth's financial help, they are house hunting. They look at 3 properties, and must choose which one is best for a permanent home.
Amanda and Evan want to get out of their cramped trailer, but need to choose a new home that their parents will support, as they are relying on them for financial help. The protracted search among 3 properties becomes contentious, and they must choose between the type home they want vs. where the parents think they should live.
A first time house hunt becomes difficult for office coordinator Alaina and her younger sister, Caitlin, who will be living with her. Their mother is providing financial help in the purchase, but they don't see eye-to-eye on where to live or type of house. Caitlin's influence on her sister helps quell the contentious relationship between Alaina and her mother.
With the financial help of his parents, Norman and his girlfriend, Amanda, look to buy a home and in the process get Norm out of his parents' home where he is still living. Norm has been coddled by his loving mother and Amanda desperately wants to break that pattern. Tension ensues during the property search as Norm gets caught in the middle between the two strong-willed women.
Living with her four daughters and under her overbearing dad's roof, Melonie Arscott wants to expand her business, as a feng shui consultant, by buying her own place for a residence and office. She needs her father Frank's financial help to make that happen. He is demanding certain requirements for the house that do not fit with Melonie's needs. Working with a realtor, they look at three potential properties from which they must make a difficult choice.
Leo and Susie Curbelo desperately need a bigger home for their family of four. Leo's parents, Mario and Gladys, are frequent guests so room is needed for them too. Mario and Gladys have agreed to help financially with the purchase so they feel entitled to a say-so as to the location and type of home, which complicates the property search. A real estate agent is brought in to help all parties come to a decision as they look at three different listings.
Staci is a 26 year old single mom living with her parents. She and her 20-month old son need a place of their own. Her parents have agreed to help her buy her first house, but she adamantly wants to live in a country setting, while they very much want her near them in the city. All have strong opinions as to where and what type of house would be best, as they look at three different properties.
Joanna is a single mom who needs to get her 4-month old infant out of the vertical apartment they are in. Her mother and father are assisting in the purchase of a house, and as they look at 3 properties, there are many disagreements about color, security, kitchens, and location. Joanna knows what she wants, but her mother makes the process difficult.