Hosted by Suzanne Whang, the show takes viewers behind the scenes as individuals, couples and families learn what to look for and decide whether or not a home is meant for them. Focusing on the emotional experience of finding and purchasing a new home, each episode follows a prospective buyer and real estate agent through the home-buying process, from start to finish.
An ER doctor and nurse have just one month to find a home before their new jobs start in Charleston, South Carolina. He wants a turnkey home that's big enough for a family, but she prefers something smaller with lots of Southern charm.
After dating for only a year and a half, a couple is ready to buy a house and move in together in Atlanta. One is looking for a traditional home with period details, but the other prefers something brand new and modern.
The parents of two toddlers have only one weekend to find a home closer to her family in upstate New York. He wants a historic charmer with room for his family's heirlooms, but she prefers a more modern space that will function better for their family.
An army recruiter and his family are being reassigned and have only three days to find a new home in Indianapolis. She's looking for something grand and unique without spending too much, but he wants a ranch and is willing to pay for it.
A Wisconsin pathologist is looking for a fresh start after getting a new job in Milwaukee. She wants a charming Tudor near the single-life action downtown, but her best friend is trying to convince her that a more suburban home might be a better fit.
With a baby on the way, a young couple needs to find a new home near Washington, DC. He's looking for a less-expensive home in the suburbs with a swimming pool, but she's ambitious and wants a sharper house near the city so they can build equity.
After living in China for the past two years, a married couple is moving their family of six back to Cincinnati. They're looking for a spacious place with lots of room to accommodate their large family, but they can't seem to agree on style or price.
A Los Angeles buyer wants to get the most for her money by moving to less expensive Arkansas. To help pay for her mortgage, she wants a house big enough to accommodate renters, but her mother's worried that her daughter might be getting over her head.
Married doctors are in a time crunch to find their first home in Colorado. She’s an introvert who cherishes her privacy and doesn’t want to overspend, but he's an extrovert who feels they deserve the perfect home, no matter what it costs.
A couple looks for a statement home with plenty of room for their three children and growing businesses in New York. He wants to live closer to New York City to cut down on his commute, but she would rather live further out to get more for their money.
A couple with teen daughters has outgrown their space and looks for a new home in Reno, Nevada. She's emotionally attached to the home and feels the next place needs to be a major upgrade, but he doesn’t want to overspend.