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 engaged couple is thrilled at the chance to become homeowners in the Dallas area. She wants to live in a prime area near the city, but he wants to go much farther out to get a deal.
After years of relocating for his career, a couple decides to move back where she grew up in South Carolina. She's looking for southern style and water views, but he prefers the look of a modern hotel.
Baltimore newlyweds look to relocate so they can be closer to her family in rural Pennsylvania. He's giving up life in the city, so before he'll move to the country, there's a few non-negotiable items he insists on having in their first home.
An empty nester couple is ready to trade the suburbs for their dream of coastal living. She's looking for a place big enough for their adult kids to feel welcome, but he wants sand in between his toes, and at their price point, that means a smaller home.
A couple looks to fulfill a dream of raising their kids on a micro-farm in Georgia. She wants an updated modern farmhouse, but he loves the look of the vintage ranches from his childhood.
After years of hard work, a couple looks to trade up for a more spacious home in the Tampa area. She wants a place that's sleek and modern, but he prefers something bright that reminds him of the Caribbean.
After recently getting out of debt, a couple looks to purchase their first home in Atlanta. He thinks affordability should be their top priority, but she doesn't want to compromise on her long wish list.
A couple has a second chance at love and looks to merge their lives together with a home in Chicago. She wants a place that has clean lines, but he works in construction and prefers to find an old house they can renovate.
After dating long-distance, a couple decides to combine households in Eugene, Oregon. She sees real estate as an investment and wants a well-priced fixer-upper, but he's a contractor and prefers a move-in ready home that doesn’t require any work.
Army veterans search for a spacious home in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. He wants something that reminds him of the history of America, but she won't put up with anything that's dated.
An engaged couple have outgrown their cramped apartment and search for more space in Boston. She's willing to spend for a move-in ready home and a short commute to the city, but he wants to spend less for a place farther out with a big backyard for games.
After falling on hard times, a woman is back on her feet and ready to buy a place of her own in Houston, Texas. She wants a brick rancher that reminds her of her grandmother's home, but her friend insists she'd be better off with a more manageable condo.
A couple looks to buy a vacation home to enjoy family activities near Lake Champlain, Vermont. Available homes are limited, so they'll have to choose between smaller places on the lake, or houses with larger tracts of land farther from the water.