Next Episode of A Sale of Two Cities is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
In A Sale of Two Cities, find out how much location really matters as two families search for homes in different cities on the same budget. Do you actually get more for the money if you sacrifice living in a prime location? See who comes out on top when our home seekers explore properties in exactly the same price point in two different cities on opposite ends of the country.
Matt and Alina are recently-engaged and ready to buy a place of their own in Silicon Valley. But Silicon Valley is one of the most-expensive real estate markets in the country, so they have to limit their search to condos and fixer-uppers. Meanwhile, Tyler is a native Texan living in Austin. He's tired of sharing a place with roommates and wants to purchase his own party pad in a trendy urban neighborhood. Both homebuyers have the same $600,000 budget, but who will get the best value for the dollar?
After living in Scottsdale for eight years, Jon has begun to outgrow the singles scene. He's ready to buy a house with the potential to start a family, while still in a neighborhood close to the downtown nightlife. Meanwhile, Chris and Ling have lived in Washington, DC for ten years. They have a young son and a new baby on the way. They've completely outgrown their current two-bedroom apartment and are shopping for a larger, family-friendly house in a great neighborhood. Both homebuyers have the same $500,000 budget, but who will get the best value for the dollar?
Florida natives Erinn and Frank met in New York City and are now ready to move back to their home state. They're looking for a house with an open kitchen in a neighborhood close to Tampa's world-renowned exercise path, Bayshore Boulevard. Meanwhile in Freeport, Maine, Ashley and Ben are shopping for a private home with lots of yard space near the downtown shopping district. Both sets of homebuyers have the same $400,000 budget, but who will get the best value for the dollar?
Matt and Sara met in Las Vegas, married in Las Vegas and are raising their kids in Las Vegas. They've outgrown their rental condo and are ready to buy their own sprawling home in one of the suburban desert neighborhoods. Meanwhile, newlyweds Travis and Sarah Elizabeth are searching for their first home as close to downtown Charlotte as possible. They want a neighborhood where they can walk to restaurants, sporting events and Charlotte's active nightlife. Both homebuyers have the same $350,000 budget, but who will get the best value for the dollar?
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