A newlywed couple are on the search for low priced condos in the San Diego area. With a $250,000 budget they are ready to move away from the wife's mom's home. Other than a prime location they would also seek a fireplace, outdoor space, two bedrooms, ample closet space and a garage. But can they find all this and stay inside their budget?
A couple met at a party a couple years ago and have been inseparable since. Now they want to move into their own home together. They'd like a three-bedroom, two-bath home around Austin, Texas. They also would like an open floor pland and a big yard. But with $200,000 as a budget, there won't be much left over for improvements.
A couple needs to move for more space but would rather stay in their current neighborhood in Austin, known for its fun block parties and excellent school system. But they will need four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office, a playroom, and a kitchen with more cabinet space and double ovens.
A couple are looking to sell their home and relocate in Phoenix. They'd like a home with an open floor plan, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, large closets and lots of extra space. Using a budget of $350,000, the realtor is sure to find them what they want.
An engaged couple will be needing a larger home since they are creating a bigger family. They will need at least four bedrooms, a good sized kitchen, a two-car garage and a workshop.
A couple who met in a 21st century fashion, online dating, and now have decided to move in together in a house located in Fort Collins, CO. the most important thing for them is location, location, and location. They want a three-bedroom, two-bath home in the downtown area of Fort Collins called Old Town that's also close to running and biking trails.
A female behavioral specialist lives in San Fransisco, what she calls the best city in the world. She would love to move into the Mission district in a condo of the $400,000-$500,000 price range, with hardwood floors and an open floor plan.
A couple who met five years ago have just married and want to buy a home in Laurel, Maryland. The female wants a nice sized front and backyard with a single sized home, whereas the man would like a deck for cookouts and a "man cave" for himself. But they both agree they need an extra bedroom in case they have a child someday.
A couple who love snow sports have been using an RV the past six years to go between Montana and Florida, where their daughter lives. This year, they've decided to purchase a vacation home close to their daughter, and they're looking for a home with a large kitchen and dining area and near golf courses and in a community where they can make new friends.
A couple who met in college and married, have settled in Charlotte, NC. As they search for a home together, they agree they'd like at least three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a large kitchen and a open floor plan. Also, a large living area is a must since they love to entertain and a nice yard. But will this be possible with a budget of only $170,000?