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 couple who works from home search for a bigger place for their family in Chicago. She's looking for a spacious contemporary in the suburbs where they can spread out with their kids, but he wants to stay in the city and find a place with vintage charm.
A single mother from Vietnam searches for her American dream home in the suburbs of Atlanta. She's looking for something suitable for her 80-year-old mother with limited mobility, but finding a single-story home in her price range will be a challenge.
A surgeon and her husband look to relocate their family to Phoenix. She's looking for a cozy house with plenty of space for her elderly parents, and he has grand ambitions to raise scholar-athletes and wants a statement home with a pool and a sport court.
After years of renting separate places, a couple looks to buy a house together again in San Diego. One wants to keep costs low and doesn't mind projects, but the other is still haunted by their previous home purchase and prefers to spend more for turnkey.
After years of saving, a couple is finally in a position to buy a large, family home in Jacksonville, Florida. She's acting as their agent and prefers a traditional style, but he wants contemporary, and keeping him on track in the search won't be easy.
A couple looks to upgrade from their small condo to a house in San Diego. She doesn't mind spending more for a smaller home with upgrades that's in the heart of the city, but he thinks they should put in sweat equity to get more for their money.
Parents of twin toddlers search for a house with enough space to grow their family in Birmingham, Alabama. She wants to spend big on a grand, move-in ready house that tells the world they've made it, but he's concerned with keeping their mortgage low.
A real estate agent and his wife search for a home large enough for their two children and future foster kids in Grayson, Georgia. He's looking for a house with land that's in the country, but she prefers to spend more for a home closer to the city.
A newly married couple in the medical field looks for their first home together as they relocate to Vancouver, Washington. She's looking for something older with character, but he prefers a place that's modern with a lower price tag.
A newlywed couple searches for a larger home to start a family in Tampa Bay, Florida. He's a contractor determined to find a place that's turnkey, but she's their agent, and with inventory extremely low, she thinks he may need to put on his tool belt.
A couple who has bought, flipped and rented out two properties looks to buy a home they can keep to raise their son in Tampa. He prefers a place where they can put in sweat equity, but she wants a modern, updated house they can move right into.
A young couple relocates to be closer to family and enjoy a more laid-back life in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She's looking for a home that's move-in ready and complete with a pool, but he doesn't mind projects and wants to be near a pickleball court.
A couple looks to ditch Canada's harsh winters and relocate to the warm climate of Phoenix, Arizona. She wants a more traditional home while he prefers something modern, but they need to find a place now so they'll be ready when he becomes a US citizen.