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.
A young buyer with a long list of must-haves looks for her first home in Seattle. She wants a yard with enough space to raise bees, but her mom thinks she needs to be more realistic and consider having a roommate to help with costs.
A married couple is at odds over what to spend on their first home together in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They have very different views on money, and making things tougher, one wants a historic fixer-upper while the other wants a maintenance-free townhome.
A couple takes their relationship to the next level and searches for a house together in Omaha. He'd like to keep costs low by getting an older home that needs a little work, but she thinks spending more on a newer place is a better investment.
A couple and their young daughter look to fulfill their dream of buying a home on the Jersey Shore. Mom wants a spacious, single-story ranch with a pool, but Dad is happy to find something smaller, as long as it's waterfront.
After moving extended family into their duplex, a couple searches for another place of their own in Philadelphia. She's looking to get into a new place as soon as possible, even if it needs work, but he's set on finding something that's move-in ready.
A food blogger and her fiance are ready to start married life and buy a home together in Washington, DC. One is looking for a rowhome in the city with historic charm while the other prefers a move-in ready single-family home with a yard.
An adventurous couple wants more space for their growing family after moving from Washington State to Puerto Rico. They're looking for a home large enough to have an income-producing vacation rental on one side, and their own living quarters on the other.
A young couple looks to purchase their first home in Greenville, South Carolina. He's determined to save money with a fixer in the suburbs, but she's skeptical of his handyman skills and thinks a big project might strain their relationship.
A couple looks to move their family for her new job as a collegiate volleyball coach in Philadelphia. She's looking for a modern rowhome close to downtown for an easy commute, but he's pushing to get a spacious Craftsman with a yard out in the suburbs.
A couple looks to upgrade from their two-bedroom condo into a spacious family home in Chicago. She isn't on board with his desire for vintage charm, but they're quickly learning that any home they can afford is going to require some compromise.
A young couple are each living with their parents while they plan their wedding and look for their first home in West Virginia. He wants to invest in a fixer-upper they can flip, but she prefers to find a long-term home where they can raise a family.
An attorney is determined to buy a home before his upcoming 30th birthday in Washington, DC. He's looking for something with a Colonial style that has historic charm, but in an extremely competitive market, finding the perfect place will be a challenge.
A single mom looks to purchase her first home in Southern California. She wants a single-family fixer-upper, but with her mother and sister along to help with the search, she'll have to field a lot of differing opinions.