A couple by the name of Jayne and Mitchell are looking for a new home before the birth of their second child.
Barry and Judy Wallace begin searching for a condominum to buy after tiring of taking care of the the home they currently live in.
After living in a duplex with their daughter for several years, Rod and Michelle Emelle begin looking for a larger home they can call their own, so they can have guests over and get some pets for their daughter.
When newelyweds Jay and Danielle decide to purchase their first home, they enlist the help of his parents and a real estate agent to find the house that will be perfect for them.
The Carley’s are a couple whose jobs require them to commute to each coast on a regular basis. Looking to settle down along the beach on the California coast, they soon have to decide if a smaller condo on the beach is truly what they want or if they want to move further inland for more space.
Following a divorce, a current homeowner sets her sights on purchasing a newer, smaller house. With the help of her real estate agents, Nancy hopes to find the perfect house with similar additions as the house she currently owns.
When Elisha, her mother, and grandmother decide to sell their home in the suburbs and move back to the city, their real estate agent has a busy job to find a house that will be perfect for three ladies who have different ideas in what they want their new place to have.
After living in their current home with their two daughters, Brian and Meg decide to find a new, bigger house to move in to. With the help of realtors Roxanne and Bruce Ellison, the family begins to find the perfect home that has four bedrooms, a large yard with a swimming pool that is move-in ready. However, after not finding a house that fits that description, Brian and Meg decide to look at a few fixer-uppers until they find the perfect house for them.
After living in America for awhile, Saldana looks to move out of the duplex he lived in while in graduate school. With the help of his real estate agent, he begins his search for the perfect place.
Growing tired of commuting where he currently lives to see his children, Noland Chhun decides to move closer to where they live with their mother.
When American musicians decide to move back the U.S. after living in Germany for 20 years, they have a hard time finding the perfect house while trying to secure a mortgage.
Wendy and Mark Cohen rented a house until they could find one to buy. That was four years ago. They have had their heart set on one neighborhood and have been unable to find a suitable house there that they could afford. Making the house search more difficult, Mark's job is as an airline pilot. He's often out of town, leaving Wendy to search on her own, in addition to taking care of their two young daughters. Will this family have to switch to another neighborhood in order to find a home in which they can be happy?
Newlyweds Mary Kaluza and Scott Maxson would liked to find a house that is for sale by owner. On their wish list are a music studio for Scott, a large kitchen for Mary and a bedroom with a bathroom attached for Mary's 9-year-old daughter, Korin. Mary and Scott drive by a house that they saw before they were married and hope it is still for sale. The "for sale" sign is no longer in front of the house, so the couple calls the owner. They discover that an offer had been made on the house, but they can write up an offer in the event that the current offer falls through. Will the newlyweds offer be accepted?
Lisa and Bob Wadley recently relocated from Tennessee to Southern California. This was a big move for the couple, and it was made more difficult by the difference in housing prices between their old and new neighborhoods. Facing the prospect of settling for a much smaller home than the one they left, the couple is determined to find the best possible house for their money--one that will have three bedrooms, a good-size kitchen and it they're lucky, even a swimming pool.
Linda and Michael Green have lived in 10 homes since they were married 14 years ago. Now they've decided that the time is right to start searching for house No. 11. Their current home is the first residence the couple has owned, so although they are experts at house hunting, they are facing a new challenge this time around--buying a new home and selling their old one at the same time.
Marci and Dan Powers have been saving up for many years, waiting for the right home to come along. They have been doing their looking on their own, without a realtor. After struggling to find an affordable home, the family is becoming discouraged. Finally, an ideal situation presents itself. If things work out, the Powers may be able to buy a home in the middle of a renovation, complete the construction themselves and save a little money in the bargain.
Shaun Cooley has been renting an apartment on his own since finishing high school at age 16. Now 19, Cooley has been working as a computer programmer for three years now, and he has amassed a sizable savings. He'd like to put his money to good use and buy his first home. Helping him in this endeavor are two of his childhood friends who have recently started a career in real estate. Together, Cooley and his realtors Steve Erdely and Chad Ceretto, are in the market for a perfect first house. Even if they locate that perfect home, his short credit history may prove to be an obstacle to securing a home loan.
Nikki and Warren Dow moved into a tiny apartment because of its fabulous location by the beach. Now they are tired of having their bed in the living room and having to move everything around when they want to prepare dinner. They want to buy a house. Helping them to do it is Neda Joncich, a realtor who is also Nikki Dow's sister. They miss out on a house because they don't mind up their mind soon enough. When Nikki finds one she thinks is just right for them, but she and her husband must decide whether to make an offer after seeing it only once--in the dark.
Arthur Patterson is a bachelor who is eager to downsize from his 36-year-old fixer-upper house to a more manageable place that requires less maintenance. Because Patterson has grown rather attached to his current neighborhood, he is hoping to find a house or condominium in the near vicinity. With the assistance of his cousin and realtor Linda Dionisio, Patterson will be selling his house and searching for a smaller home that is more in tune with his busy lifestyle.
Amie and Mark Bradford are ready to leave apartment living behind. The problem is, most single-family homes in the neighborhood that the couple loves are out of their budget range. With the help of realtor Nick Peters, the Bradfords hope to find the perfect compromise between apartment living and a costly new home.
Jaye and Ken Kopp are renting a small house with a spacious garden, but want to trade it in to buy a larger home with a maintenance-free yard. They start out on their own, but they run into a like-minded realtor Chris Brotman, along the way. Together the Kopps and Brotman find a house that is just the right size, and with a little something unique to fit the Kopps' taste.
Karen and Greg Cowell and their two young children have outgrown their current house. They want a bigger place with enough room for them and all their toys. Unhappy with the previously owned homes they see with realtor and close friend, Debbie Kelly, they decide to have a brand new house built. They sell their house and move into a rental while the other is built. They then discover that they might be able to do even better.
Dr. Mimi Greenberg has set about fulfilling lifetime dreams since her early retirement began several years ago. She is a frequent traveler, but when she is at home, she enjoys the apartment's view of the mountains. She said she has always wanted a home by the sea, however, so she has set out to find a full-service condominium with a view of the ocean. Dr. Greenberg is also physically disabled, so she has certain special requirements for her new home. Her realtor, Gloria Hicks, understands her needs, but she also understands that sometimes buying a new house is not the only way to get what one wants.
Maria and Alex Romero have just moved to a new city with their two young boys. They are living in a cramped two-bedroom apartment and have only a few days to find a house before Alex goes out of town on business. Their realtor Mary Allen has the challenge of finding them a house that is move-in ready in a matter of days ... literally.
Marilee and Fred Karlsen have spent the last 27 years happily raising their children in the same house. Now that they've retired, they are determined to trade in their days of yard work and home maintenance for leisurely riding their bicycles along the beach. They said they are ready to downsize and want to do so near the ocean. The problem is finding a house that is the right size for the two of them with a big enough kitchen for Marilee. They also want a place that will provide a beautiful backdrop for all the art they have collected over the years.
When Francisco bought his condo, he was still a bachelor. However, now that he is married and has a child, he and his wife Maria are looking for a bigger home to move into with a nice yard for their son to play in.