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 family with preteen children is ready to trade in apartment living for their dream home in a quiet neighborhood. They've got an extensive wishlist, though, especially for a competitive market.
High school sweethearts live in a gated community, where they enjoy having a sense of security and camaraderie with their neighbors. Now they need more space for their growing careers, but want the same feeling of community.
Stacy and Brian Jarnagin are newlyweds who are gearing up to buy their first home. They're looking for a home with a lot of character and old-world charm, but with modern, updated comforts.
An animator and his family relocated for a job opportunity. After giving their new city a trial run, they've decided to make the move permanent by buying a home.
A single woman who's tired of paying rent, but is priced out of the single-family home market, is considering either a duplex or fourplex. She's also debating becoming a landlord and a first-time homeowner at the same time.
A family of four loves the seaside neighborhood where they currently rent a home, but with prices rising and very few properties for sale, finding their dream house might be a challenge.
A real estate agent just sold his own house to some of his favorite clients--without telling his wife! Now he must find a new home for his family and he's got to do it fast.
A young executive has been renting a duplex with a roommate for a year and it has become a bit cramped for both of them. He needs space to work at home, but at an affordable price.
A young family has outgrown their tiny two bedroom apartment. They're looking for a home with more space and a backyard with space for their two children to play.
A couple with burgeoning careers needs more space, for home offices and to start a family. They love their Spanish-style home and their neighborhood, so they're looking for a similar but larger home in a competitive market.
Newlyweds are struggling to find a place for all their wedding gifts in their tiny apartment and have decided it's time to find a bigger home.
The Shatskys have lived in their current home for 11 years, but have finally outgrown their limited space. They love their neighborhood, but finding something large enough and affordable will be a challenge.
A pair of young medical professionals have been married for five years, but their studies have prevented them from buying their own home. Now they are both ready to find a bigger home with enough space for two offices.