The pursuit of the perfect home involves big decisions. Each episode follows real buyers as they establish a budget, tour homes for sale, weigh pros and cons, and finally make an offer.
Big Wish List in Raleigh, NC
A new buyer has an extensive wish-list, and counts on her sister to keep expectations in check.
Foodies in Philly
A food-loving couple from New Jersey looks for a weekend place near Philly's restaurant scene. Finding a place with a view, a pool, a fitness center and a location right in the heart of the city may not be on the menu.
Escape to the Suburbs
Jonn and Jessica live in a crowded Philadelphia apartment. With a budget of $325,000 their agent has the difficult task of finding the perfect place.
Homebuyers Hunting for History
Washington, DC, attorneys Tim and Ellen look for historical charm and character with modern amenities.
Baltimore Row Home vs. Suburbs
A couple is at odds when the husband wants a Baltimore row home and his wife wants the suburbs.
Coaches on Florida's Coast
Florida couple, Scott and Kim, wants a house near the ocean on Anna Maria Island.
Big Apple Bailout
A woman leaves the Big Apple to find a house near family in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
Space vs Location in Charlotte
Jessica isn't your typical mother-to-be. She's determined to live the heart of the city and has convinced her husband, Taylor, to look at condos and townhouses in the trendy Uptown area of Charlotte, North Carolina.
A Place to Hang Your Axe
Tim and Leslie are excited about their move from Oklahoma to Waco, Texas. But their search for a permanent home is being held up by these first-time buyers' quirky wish list.
A Million-Dollar Compromise
Erika and Kevin want the very best for their young daughter, Audrey, including the best public schools. So they are determined to find a forever home in the top-rated Carmel, California, school district.
Form or Function in Florida
First time byers and new parents Ben and Hailey are looking for a bigger home in Pensacola, Florida. But he wants a historic charmer and she wants cheap and functional. Will pragmatic Mama prevail over starry-eyed Papa?