High school sweethearts want to find a home in the Manchester, N.H. area, but they debate turn-key vs. old fashioned fixer upper.
A young couple moves to Bend, Ore., to be closer to friends and family, and consider Craftsman-style homes and Victorians.
After several moves, a couple wants to find a house in Tampa, Fla., that has a pool and four bedrooms.
Married musicians expect to have a fixer upper in Nashville, Tenn., but they must decide on how many projects they can handle.
A couple from Washington, D.C., is having a difficult time deciding what style of home to buy in St. Louis.
A family from Colorado searches for a move-in ready Cape Cod-style home in Norwalk, Conn., with a large backyard.
New parents look for their first home together in Grand Rapids, S.D., but find that their conflicting styles and long wish list make for a difficult search.
A flight attendant and a translator would love to buy a house in the Baltimore neighborhood of Greektown. But in city known for its narrow townhouses and rowhomes, finding a place that's big and wide enough to fit their supersized sofa won't be easy.
A globe-trotting couple want to make a new life in suburban Detroit on a limited budget.
A Chicago couple find it difficult deciding on whether to buy a vintage fixer-upper or a modern property.
A home with more storage is sought in Clemson, S.C., by a couple who are currently using a garage as a man's closet and dressing area. However, their modest budget may not get them the bigger house of their dreams.
A family of 10 from Utah search for a Texas-size home in the Houston suburbs with a budget of $1.6 million, which, they worry, still might not get them the six bedrooms and bonus rooms they want.