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.
New parents are looking to get out of his apartment and into their first home in the Twin Cities. She wants a cozy farmhouse with a garden, but he's feeling the pressure of buying on just one income and prefers a place they can both live in and rent.
A blended family with a baby on the way searches for a new home, but can't agree on where to live. One wants Arizona's up-and-coming and affordable community of Peoria, but the other prefers the established and expensive city of Scottsdale.
After living with her parents for the past two years, a single buyer is ready to buy her own place in Los Angeles. She's looking for an updated single-family house in the city, but her mom thinks a low maintenance condo in the suburbs is the way to go.
After years of living in military housing, a retiring Army instructor and his wife are buying their first home on Long Island. She's an interior designer and has been dreaming of getting into a two-story with character, but he wants a ranch with a pool.
Married first-time buyers are looking for a house they can grow into with their young family in Savannah, Georgia. He's determined to get a complete fixer, but she works in real estate and thinks that a more practical, move-in ready home would be best.
With a baby on the way, a couple's ready to level up from their townhouse to a bigger home that can also accommodate extended family in Northern Virginia. He wants something grand that shows their success, but she prefers a place that's more contemporary.
A family needs a home with a lot more space for themselves and their young son, but that comes at a pretty penny in pricey Los Angeles. One is an interior designer and wants an affordable fixer with vintage charm, but the other prefers something modern.
A couple looks to purchase their first home together in Arizona. One is pushing for an older place and she's determined to stick to her price range, but the other is fine with spending more to get something modern.
Benevolent parents look to purchase a home for their sons to live in while they attend college in Lubbock, Texas. They want an older ranch with projects to increase resale value, but the boys would rather find something new that requires no work.
A single New Jersey woman moves for work and to hopefully find the Southern man of her dreams in Charlotte, North Carolina. She's an interior designer who has her heart set on a fixer-upper, but her friend thinks she should find something more manageable.
A Canadian couple moves stateside for university jobs and looks for a home in Springfield, Missouri. She wants a rustic, prairie home like she grew up in, but he's pushing for an open concept, single-level home to accommodate his brother when he visits.
Stunt performers look to buy a home in Atlanta before their upcoming wedding. He wants a brick Colonial with space for a media room to prepare for his jobs, but she's focused on a modern farmhouse with a soaking tub to help her recuperate from work.