Though they're determined to find the perfect property together, Sara and AJ are total opposites when it comes to buying a home. Because while she's a feng shui expert who cares about a home's energy flow, he's more concerned about square footage and a backyard that's big enough for their dog. Property expert Egypt Sherrod vows to find them a home that will dovetail with both of their wish lists. And when the perfect townhouse slips through their fingers, she rallies the couple's spirits by showing them a great property that hasn't yet hit the market.
73-year-old property virgin Jet has waited a long time to buy her first home. But she's finally ready to put down roots and is looking for a budget-friendly two-unit property she can share with her daughter, Fanny. Property expert Egypt Sherrod is confident she can get the duo settled, but explains they'll have to compromise in order to make it happen. With her property management experience, Fanny is confident about tackling a fixer-upper. But that's not true of her mother. Jet is holding out for a move-in ready home, and as the house hunt continues, she's reveals a few more surprises along the way.
Ready to move out of her parents' home, 25-year-old Tashieka is looking for a party pad of her own. But while she's desperate to leave bathroom sharing with her brother behind, she's got sky-high expectations and won't settle for anything less. Property expert Egypt Sherrod is confident she can help, and gets the house hunt started with a shocker. Tashieka will need to tailor her wish list to fit her modest budget. But that's easier said than done.
After three hectic years that included marriage vows, multiple moves, and a baby, newlyweds Chelsea and Daniel are ready to put down roots and catch their breath. But while she dreams of a big property in the suburbs, he's more concerned about the location and his daily commute. Property expert Egypt Sherrod is confident she can find them a gracious home they'll both love and before long, they're faced with a dilemma: The perfect house further from town, or a smaller house in their dream neighborhood.
Kim is convinced that finding the right house will help her find Mr. Right. And while she's raring to start the search, she's worried about everything from hidden property defects to whether or not a house is haunted. Enter property expert Egypt Sherrod. She promises to find Kim a comfortable family-friendly home where she can start the next phase of her life. And while she's confident Kim will have no regrets, Egypt makes no guarantees about any property's ghost-status.
With his older brother by his side, urban professional Chris is searching for the perfect Atlanta bachelor pad. And while his list of requirements is long, he's got an open mind and a healthy budget to help make it happen. Enter property expert Egypt Sherrod. She vows to find Chris a roommate-friendly home with all the perks. But since he's open to just about any style of home, her first challenge is narrowing down the options. Egypt eventually comes up with a range of properties. And in the end, Chris' decision surprises everyone, including his brother.
Opposites Lauren and Joel are hoping to find a family-friendly Atlanta home where they can put down roots. But with their first baby arriving in just a few months, time is running out. Property expert Egypt Sherrod is confident she can find the couple a sprawling suburban home with a rec room that's big enough for Joel's football bashes. She kicks off the house hunt with several promising homes in a neighborhood that's close to family. But then an unexpected development threatens to derail the couple's plans.
Ready to take their one-year relationship to the next level, Chris and Shannon are looking for a charming starter home in a swanky Savannah neighborhood. Property expert Egypt Sherrod is confident she can make it happen, but urges the couple to widen their search in order to get more home for their limited budget. The house hunt offers up plenty of surprises and before long, Egypt has uncovered a diamond in the rough that's almost too good to be true.
Josh and Nicole are hunting for a starter home in Savannah's downtown core. But while she's thinking about amenities and other practical issues, he's all about location and isn't willing to budge. Property expert Egypt Sherrod promises to find them a house they will both love, and starts by showing them just how far their limited budget will go on Savannah's most exclusive street. In order to get a larger space, Josh reluctantly agrees to widen the search area. Nicole falls head over heels for a move-in ready condo. And then a series of surprises changes everything.
Ready to settle down in a property they can put their stamp on, Brooke and Elique are looking for a modest Savannah home with a backyard that's perfect for their pet pig. Property expert Egypt Sherrod steps in and vows to find them a unique fixer-upper in a great community. She kicks off the house hunt with a range of homes within the couple's budget. But then they throw her a curve ball by dropping their target price by $50,000.
Twenty-something bargain-hunter Jessica wants to find a steal of a starter home in a beach community outside Savannah where she can enjoy the single life without the threat of being house poor. Property expert Egypt Sherrod steps in to help, and the house hunt starts with a wakeup call. Not only is Jessica's dream neighborhood way out of reach--her self-imposed lowball budget is at odds with her high expectations. Jessica's learning curve proves steep, and it's up to Egypt to make sure she doesn't make a bad long-term investment all for the sake of saving money in the short term.
First-time homebuyers Paul and Grady are hunting for a historic Savannah property with plenty of Southern charm. And while Paul would prefer a move-in ready home, Grady is ready to take on the challenge of a fixer-upper. Enter property expert Egypt Sherrod. She's determined to find them a house they will both love, and her first task is to gauge just how much renovation these two can handle. Grady has compiled a checklist that meticulously ranks every potential property--but that doesn't necessarily make their decision any easier.
A recent break-in has 20-year-old Kayla feeling vulnerable. So with her mother by her side, the equestrian studies major is looking for a Savannah home of her own where she can feel safe and secure. Property expert Egypt Sherrod steps in and vows to find a pad that's perfect for Kayla and her roommates. From the start, mom is concerned with balancing her daughter's immediate safety issues with making the best financial investment for the future. As for Kayla, she's got to juggle a full-time course load with a seriously steep real estate learning curve.
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