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 grad student looks to purchase her first home in Statesboro, Georgia. She's looking for a fixer large enough to have potential roommates, but a friend and fellow student along on the search thinks a newer, low-maintenance place would be a better fit.
An actress is ready to ditch her rental and purchase her first home in Chicago. She's looking for a one-bedroom condo with outdoor space for her dog, but her mom thinks she should consider a bigger, two-bedroom place that could accommodate a roommate.
New parents are ready to build generational wealth with their first home purchase near Washington, DC. Their lease expires soon, so the race is on to find a home they can grow into without sacrificing their current wants and needs.
A stand-up comedian heads back to his hometown to search for a place in Chicago. While buying his first home is stressful enough, his own anxiety is making it far worse, and he'll need to face his fears head-on if he's ever going to find the right place.
A family of seven has only two months to vacate their rental and find a home in Dover, Delaware. In order to keep their thriving business alive, they need a place that's big enough to store their food truck, which may complicate their search even more.
A 25-year-old software engineer looks to buy her first home in Austin, Texas. She's looking for a place with vintage charm, but her mom is along to help in the search, and she's pushing for a new build that's low maintenance.
A hip millennial is tired of expensive rent and ready to buy her first home in Atlanta. She's insisting on a big yard and a prime city location no matter the cost, but her boyfriend and dad think she should consider more affordable places farther out.
A couple who recently got out of debt are now ready to upgrade into a larger family home in Greenville, South Carolina. She wants a newer build with a lower price, but he doesn't mind spending more to find something with character.
Since relocating from Arizona, a family of six has been crammed into a tiny rental and searches for a home in Chattanooga. They need a place with plenty of room, and she wants a fixer to stretch their money, but he prefers something that's move-in ready.
A real estate savvy couple looks to upgrade from their condo to a single-family home in LA. They both work from home and need plenty of office space, and she prefers a ranch-style house that's near family, but he wants something grand that's farther out.
A couple is under a time crunch to find a home before their wedding and his relocation benefits expire in Bloomington, Illinois. She wants an affordable fixer to save for their big day, but he wants to spend big on a place that's turnkey.
A California couple looks for a more affordable home and decides to move back to Minneapolis, Minnesota. One wants a spacious two-story house and doesn't mind spending to get it, but the other prefers a single-level rancher that's below their budget.
A woman's goal of buying her first home is at the top of her plan to do 30 things before turning 30 years old in Los Angeles. She wants a place with vintage charm and two bedrooms, but in a pricey market, finding everything she wants will be a challenge.