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 Houston couple made up of a gun enthusiast/hunter and jewelry maker are at odds over what kind of home to buy with their $250,000 budget: She wants a vintage cottage near downtown, while he'd prefer a ranch house in the suburbs.
A married couple's search for a home in Phoenix proves challenging, because she wants a place that's reminiscent of a farm in Maine with a backyard to raise chickens, while he is focused on finding a house with a den and air-conditioned workshop.
A single mom in Boise, Idaho, has her heart set on a certain kind of home, one with vaulted ceilings and an upgraded kitchen, plus it has to be in close proximity to her teenage daughter's school.
A couple from a small rural town in Texas move to Washington, D.C., where they have trouble agreeing on a neighborhood as they search for a home that falls within their budget of $250,000.
A married couple searching in Wisconsin are divided on what they want: He prefers a home that's on at least 10 acres with no neighbors in sight, while she has exactly the opposite in mind.
A Boston couple debate whether to purchase a home that's move-in ready in the suburbs or a fixer-upper that's in a more urban locale.
A couple want to find their dream home outside of Washington, D.C., but disagree on how far from the city they should move and whether to devote a spare room to watching sports or practicing dance.
A house with high ceilings is sought in Tampa by a man and woman who are tall. Their must-have list also includes a large master bedroom and bathroom, plus a spacious walk-in closet.
A couple are in a hurry to find a home in Houston, but they can't agree on what kind of house to buy: He wants a fixer-upper, while she prefers move-in ready with a big kitchen, office and yard.
Homes in Little Rock are toured by first-time buyers who are looking for a place that reflects their artistic sensibilities, however she loves modern, while his style leans towards old and woodsy.
A couple who run a successful photography business in St. Louis want to find a home that's a bit unconventional, so their real-estate agent takes them to a storefront, a former car dealership and an old firehouse.
A couple who are dating decide to purchase a home together in West Hartford, Conn., but can't agree on whether to spend their $225,000 budget on a fixer-upper or on a house that needs little work, if any.
Newlyweds in Omaha search for their first home together, but aren't on the same page when it comes to a newer ranch house vs. an older two-story abode. Plus, she wants wall-to-wall carpeting and is opposed to a formal dining room.