Young parents hunt for their first home in Long Beach, considering both move-in-ready options, as well as the worst house on the best block.
A couple search for a waterfront summer home in Myrtle Beach, S.C., to share with their children and grandchildren. But finding a $1 million view for $850,000 proves to be a challenge.
A young filmmaker moving from L.A. to NYC has his heart set on buying a prewar apartment in the East Village. But it doesn't take him long to realize that his $600,000 won't cut it in this pricey market.
New parents can't decide between a fixer-upper and a completely updated home Bloomington, Minn. Style is also a point of contention for the couple who are divided over Craftsman vs. Colonial.
Newlyweds in Lancaster, Pa., dream of buying a spacious home for their extended family. Their wishes are put to the test as she pushes for a move-in-ready Colonial and he insists on getting the split-level home of his childhood, even if it needs work.
A couple decide it's time to trade in their hip downtown Chicago loft for a spacious single-family home within the city limits. However, what they can't agree on is whether to purchase something turnkey with an ultra-modern style, or a cozy Victorian that they can fix up and make their own.
A young couple looking for their first home in Atlanta have some differences to settle concerning preferred architectural styles.
A Brooklyn couple look for a weekend home in Greenwood Lake, which is an hour north of New York City. Among the challenges they face in their house hunt is coming to an agreement about whether to find a log cabin or a contemporary ranch.
A couple aren't on the same page when it comes to where to move with their four kids in Mt. Juliet, Tenn.
Partners can't agree on where to buy a loft in Detroit, with one pushing to be part of the city's rebirth, while the other lobbies for a home in an established neighborhood.
A French teacher want to find a house with Cape Cod character in the suburbs of Kansas City, but that also has modern upgrades.