A New Jersey couple who are moving to Atlanta for a job are split on what kind of house to buy. While she is searching for "Gone With the Wind" charm, he is hoping to find something similar to what they had in the Garden State.
It's a battle between Victorian vs. Craftsman in Montgomery, Ala.
A couple disagree on style when they search for a home on the water in Sarasota, Fla.
A couple search for their first place in Folsom, Cal., but don't exactly agree on whether they should buy new or an older home with character.
A first-time buyer in Sioux Falls, S.D., is encouraged to buy a cute and cozy bungalow by his live-in girlfriend. However, he's more attracted to mid-century modern homes with clean lines and lots of wall space to hang his art.
A single gal in Washington, D.C., hopes to find a contemporary condo with lots of amenities and low HOA fees for less than $240,000.
A recently engaged couple search for a Phoenix home that's close to the center of town, plus he wants to find a place where he doesn't have to worry about disturbing the neighbors, while she is more concerned with high-end finishes.
A Tallahassee couple want out of their cramped condo when they search for a bigger home perfect for the family they want to start and with enough closet space for a growing collection of vintage clothing.
Engineers in San Antonio look for a fixer-upper that they can renovate themselves. Their wish list includes no stairs, a workshop and a backyard big enough for their dogs.
A New Jersey couple disagree over style when searching for a shore home. Included: She doesn't want anything built before 1960; and he's concerned about fending off hurricane damage.
A couple have a relatively low budget of $200,000 to find a home in the up-and-coming area of East Nashville. Further complicating their house search is a long wish list that includes a big master bedroom, an oversized shower and an updated kitchen.
A woman has help from her friends searching for a place that meets her high expectations on the relatively low budget of $430,000 in Washington, D.C.
A twentysomething buyer in Dallas who loves the character of Texas ranch homes from the 1950s searches for a house with traditional charm and practical updating for $190,000.