An Illinois couple relocates to Peoria, but they don't agree on the sort of home to purchase; she looks for something old, ornate and fit for a princess, but he wants something newer with a simple design.
A young married couple are ready to put down roots in her native Wauwatosa, a suburb of Milwaukee; she wants a Colonial fixer-upper with space for her baby grand piano, but he's looking for a move-in ready contemporary modern home.
Buyers in Cincinnati look to move out of their downtown rental and into a place of their own; she wants a vintage house in a quiet suburban neighborhood, but he loves living downtown and wants a contemporary loft.
First-time buyers set out to buy their dream home in rural Washington state, but they can't agree on style or location; he hopes to find a beautiful home in the country, but she wants a home in a developed neighborhood.
First time home buyers in Temecula, Calif. are expecting their second child and want a new home to support their growing family; she wants a Spanish-style home, but he wants to forego messy renovations by finding a ranch that's move-in ready.
A Chicago couple with different needs and different budgets looks for their first home together; she's hoping to find a vintage condo with classic charm, but he's looking for a loft with modern amenities.
After years away, a young couple is excited to return to their home state of Missouri; he's looking for a move-in ready ranch with a man cave, but she's crafty and wants a Craftsman in need of an updated kitchen.
An Ohio couple gets excited to buy a spacious house for their blended family of six; she looks for an updated French Provincial or contemporary home, while he wants to take on a project to get a Colonial.
A Connecticut transplant is ready to settle down and buy a fixer-upper in Austin, Texas; she's counting on her dad to do a lot of the work but he wants her to buy a turnkey home so he can skip the work and enjoy his visits to her new city.
A large family is on the hunt for a much bigger home in the Atlanta area; they're hoping to find a place that not only has room for all the kids but it also a basement suite for their aunt, and more than anything, they hope for a big pool.
Southern California buyers move to Colorado Springs, Colo. hoping to find a midcentury modern home with a studio space, a big yard to act as an outdoor venue for live performances and a nice bar for their collection of spirits.
Boston natives are moving to Las Vegas to start an online tourism business, and they want to find a house as soon as possible; he wants a small condo in the heart of the Strip, but she wants a single family home in a quiet suburban neighborhood.
Buyers in Brooklyn, N.Y. look for a home with more space in Westport, Conn.; one wants a modern place that's move-in ready, and has an open floor plan and a Japanese bathtub, while the other is hoping for a Cape Cod or Colonial with vintage charm.
A newly engaged couple wants to buy a home in Chicago, but they can't decide between a rowhouse or a single-family home; he wants a finished basement for entertaining, but she's looking for two full bathrooms.
Los Angeles couple Sean and Stephen are moving back to Palm Springs, Calif. for the second time, but they can't agree on what to buy; Sean wants a midcentury modern while Stephen is looking for a newly built house with an ultra-modern style.
Newlyweds seek their first home in Washington's northern Virginia suburbs; she's hoping to find a brick ranch that needs some work, but he's looking for a smaller move-in ready Colonial for their starter home.
An engaged couple has differing ideas of what type of house they want in Chicago; she envisions starting their life together in a home with vintage charm, but he thinks their fresh start needs a new and contemporary home.
A family of four relocates from San Antonio to Chicago with the hope of finding a Texas-sized home, but they experience some severe sticker shock as they start checking out properties in the Windy City.
An Atlanta couple excited to buy their first home have different ideas; she wants to hold onto her cool girl status by getting an industrial loft, while he wants a single family house with plenty of space for their daughter and puppy.
A young couple with one child and another one on the way looks to buy a home in Chicago; he thinks they need to ditch the city life and get a house with a backyard, but she's convinced they can spend a few more years enjoying downtown.
A Rochester, N.Y., couple can't decide between a starter home and a forever home for their growing family; he wants a large forever home that the kids can grow up in, but she feels anxious about committing to anything more than a small starter home.
Empty nesters in California get ready to trade the Sacramento suburbs for a home on the water in Discovery Bay; he wants an affordable place with a gourmet kitchen, but she focuses on gorgeous water views and no brass features.
A couple look for a vacation home in Destin, Fla., but they have different ideas on what kind of house to buy, as he wants a single-family home with a large backyard, but she wants to be right on the water with the beach at their doorstep.
An engaged couple in Buffalo, N.Y. is ready to move out of her parents' house and into a place of their own where they can start a family; she wants a large Colonial with high-end finishes, but he'd rather keep the price down.
A beach loving couple is on the hunt for their dream home with a dock and boat lift in Apollo Beach, Fla.; he's looking for a Spanish-style house with a dedicated room for college football, but she wants a contemporary house with a balcony.
A family of five looks for a bigger home in South Hadley, Mass.; she wants a ranch while he has his eye on a two-story Colonial, but both agree on an expensive move-in ready property on the Connecticut River.
A newly engaged couple looks for their own personal paradise on Sanibel Island, Fla., but she wants to live as close to the beach as possible, while he dreams of owning his own private boat dock on the island's canals.
A young couple searches for a vacation cabin in the small mountain resort town of Shaver Lake, Calif.; she wants a cozy, family-friendly cottage, but he has his sights set on a large lodge with great rental potential.
Buyers in Los Angeles weigh their options between the pricey west side and the San Fernando Valley; a home in the Valley means giving up big city life, and making the right updates to a smaller west side home is an appealing choice.
An engaged couple hunts for their first home on Long Island, N.Y.; she wants a one-story ranch with three bedrooms and a rustic vibe, but he looks for a two-story colonial with an ultra-modern interior and four bedrooms.
San Diego newlyweds and first time home buyers want to move as close to the beach as possible; she wants small and dark bedrooms that accommodate her night shift schedule and he's hoping to have a garage where he can work on vintage cars.
Young Philadelphia buyers find it challenging to compromise on a home that suits both of their needs; she wants a single story contemporary home that's move-in ready, but he wants a traditional Cape Cod and doesn't mind if it needs a little work.
After recently relocating from Texas to pricey Naples, Fla., a couple is still in sticker shock; he's ready to spend big on a move-in ready Mediterranean, but she wants to find a cottage fixer-upper that lets her knock down some walls.
A real estate agent and his wife look for a house in Miami Beach, Fla.; she wants a Spanish-style house already updated and move-in ready, but he thinks that with their budget, they would be better in a major fixer-upper.
Recently engaged house hunters struggle to find their perfect first home together, because while they know exactly what they want, they can't find anything in their budget that lives up to their dreams of perfection.
A couple's dream of buying a $1 million vacation home in Newport Beach, Calif., gets put to the test when they disagree over its style, as he pushes for a cozy cottage with a lived-in feel and she insists on a stark white contemporary home.
A reporter and a producer look for a new home in Columbus, Ohio; he prefers a big backyard and a fireplace, while she wants a new home with a gourmet kitchen to use as a background for her social media videos.
Atlanta sisters search for a larger place of their own, but struggle with completely different style tastes; one wants a condo downtown with Craftsman style and homey details, while the other favors a single-family home with a glam interior.
A young buyer seeks her first condo in a residential neighborhood just north of Chicago, but her mother comes along for the ride and thinks she should be in a downtown high-rise complete with all the amenities.
Soon-to-be parents from Florida make a move north in search of their first home in St. Paul, Minn.; he wants to be close to the hockey scene downtown and is hoping for a ranch, but she wants an older Victorian house with character in the suburbs.
A young executive searches for her first home in Bergen County, N.J., and brings along her childhood friend to help out; she wants to have a low-maintenance high-rise for her single lifestyle but her friend thinks she should buy a single-family home.
A Greenville, S.C., family of six looks to move up from their small town house into something bigger; while she wants to put their own stamp on a fixer-upper, he'd much rather keep it simple with a move-in-ready home.
A professional off-road motorcycle racer and his makeup artist wife buy their first home; she wants a one-story house so their basset hounds don't have to climb any stairs, but he becomes more interested in a two-story fixer-upper.
A Tampa couple searches for a house with at least 3,000 square feet to have room for future kids, but while she wants a Spanish style home with a white kitchen and pool, he prefers a French provincial that has a frameless shower.
A Boston couple looks for a home with plenty of land for their six alpacas; she wants a turnkey farmhouse or Nantucket-style home, while he'd like an older Victorian or Craftsman with lots of character that he can restore.
Staten Islanders priced out of New York look for their first home in northern New Jersey; she wants a fixer-upper with a grassless concrete backyard, while he has his eye on a move-in-ready home with a finished basement.
A couple battles over style, price and luxury features in their Tampa house hunt; she wants to spend big on a fully upgraded or newly built Craftsman, while he'd prefer to save money on an Acadian-style fixer-upper.
A couple relocates back to their hometown of Springfield, Mass., where she hopes to find either a Victorian or a Dutch Colonial loaded with character and charm, but he feels attracted to raised ranch-style homes.
Buyers in Grand Rapids, Mich., look for a home after moving with their kids from Chicago; he wants a small lot with plenty of close neighbors so the kids will have friends to play with, while she prefers a large private lot with a woodsy feel.
A couple looking for their first home hopes to find a steal in the affordable city of Idaho Falls, Idaho; she wants to use the entire budget on a move-in-ready, but he wants to prove the merits of his renovation skills with a fixer-upper.
A Maine couple relocates to the mountain resort town of Park City, Utah, looking for outdoor adventures, but he looks for a rustic lodge with great mountain views while she hopes to find a Craftsman house in a flat, safe neighborhood.
A young couple searches for a starter home in Houston, but he wants to live in a contemporary high-rise in the downtown area, and she wants a single-family home with room for them to grow when they start a family.
A recently married couple wants to finally put down some roots in Manhattan, but while they agree on wanting a charming, pre-war era building, they disagree on whether to purchase a lower-level unit or a high-rise with views.
After getting transferred, a military family has just a few days to find a new home; she looks for a Craftsman-style house with charm and unique character, while he leans toward a contemporary design with clean lines.
Jamie and Evan are relocating from San Diego and want a large home in the suburbs in a neighborhood with a community pool, but she has dreams of a two-story Craftsman while he prefers a ranch-style home because of his bad knees.
Michael and Bryan are first-time home buyers that disagree on style and location, and must weigh the pros and cons of living downtown versus the surrounding area, as well as the benefits of a vintage versus a modern home.
A couple trades in their townhouse for a new home and can't seem to agree on style or location; he hopes to find a Colonial home near downtown, while she looks for a contemporary-style place in the surrounding area.
A child psychiatrist and his wife are looking to buy a home and bring along a quirky wish list that includes having no carpet in the house, a screened-in porch for their cat and no staircase near the front entryway.
A couple hunt for a new home in Grand Prairie, Texas, where she looks for a stately two-story home that tells the world they've arrived, but he looks for a comfortable one-story home with lots of land.
After renting for years, a couple finally prepares to make the leap to home ownership; she wants a huge Mediterranean-style place that reminds her of her native Turkey, but he'd prefer something small and modern.
With two young children, a couple wants to upgrade from their starter home, but he's a former minor league baseball player who wants a log cabin with yard space for a batting cage and pitching mound, and she wants something more traditional.
Partners are on the search for their first home home together, and while one is looking for a contemporary yet impressive home, the other is more interested in a traditional American home like the ones he saw on TV while growing up in Brazil.
Ready to buy their first home, a Salt Lake City couple try to get on the same page; he wants the ease and lack of maintenance that a townhouse provides; she wants the cozy charm of a single-family home.
A family of four wants to lay down roots in the tranquil town of Saratoga Springs in upstate New York; she wants a Colonial or Cape Cod-style home nestled in a neighborhood, but he wants a farmhouse with lots of land and access to a lake.
A recently married couple from Columbus, Ind., search for a first home large enough for them to start a family; he wants a traditional, move-in-ready home; she wants a Craftsman-style home full of Southern charm.