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.
Newlyweds from Colorado head south to be near family in Orlando, Florida. He wants a home that's new, modern and smart, but she's in love with all things vintage and doesn't mind spending big.
A country music artist and his manager wife look to buy their first home together in Nashville. She wants to play it safe and get something that's under their means, but he won't settle for anything less than his big dream house on the water for fishing.
In need of more space, a couple looks to buy their first home in Raleigh, North Carolina. Up against a tough market, he's willing to take on projects or consider townhomes, but she's determined to find a single-family home that's move-in ready.
Buyers can finally afford to purchase property after moving from New York City to the Grand Rapids area near Lake Michigan. One wants to play it safe with a smaller and less-expensive home, but the other wants to spend big for a large house by the lake.
Newlyweds look to move from Austin to their hometown of Belton, Texas. Her style is contemporary cottage while he's looking for something more traditional, but it's up to her mom to guide these first-time buyers into a house they can agree on.
A woman is returning home to be near her aging parents and grandchildren in Mississippi. She won't budge on finding the perfect two-story Craftsman, and her two best friends are having trouble getting her to compromise.
A young couple about to become first-time parents moves from Las Vegas to be closer to family in Southern California. She wants a stress-free, turnkey home, but he's a former Air Force mechanic and isn't afraid to get his hands dirty to save some money.
A couple that dated long distance is now engaged and looking for a home together in Louisiana. She's looking for a newer place in a family friendly area, but he wants something with privacy and land.
An Indiana native is committed to buying a charming place similar to his childhood home in Indianapolis. He wants a place that's downtown and big enough for a future family, but he'll have to decide between living for now or living for the future.
Newlywed engineers have outgrown their small apartment and need more space before starting a family in St. Paul. He's willing to spend for a charming Craftsman, but she's set on a classic midcentury modern with project potential at a bargain price.
A couple with a baby on the way looks to get out of their basement apartment and into a home of their own in Chicago. She wants a place that's contemporary with an elevator, but he's a huge fan of vintage architecture.
Two twenty-something engineers in a new relationship are moving in together in Minneapolis. If they decide to go with her city bungalow, she'll take on the mortgage, but if they find his home in the suburbs, he'll sign his name on the dotted line.
A newlywed couple with a baby on the way is having difficulty finding their first home in New Orleans. He wants a historic shotgun-style place right in the action of the city, but she's looking for a quiet home to raise their family in the suburbs.