Brits Tony and Alison moved to the US 17 years ago. 11 homes and three children later, they have yet to settle down for too long. Now that Tony has been presented with a job opportunity in Melbourne, the Burnsides are considering a move to a nearby area just outside the city called Mornington Peninsula. They've fallen in love with the location, but now they need to figure out exactly what they're looking for in a long-term rental. Tony makes his case for a modern home, while Alison prefers a traditional feel like their last house back in the US. There's a lot hanging in the balance with this decision, not just for Alison and Tony, but for their kids, too.
Fed up with long distance dating, Anita decided it was time to leave her native Latvia and be with her boyfriend Michael full-time in Amsterdam. She quit her journalism job, said good-bye to family and friends, and left hoping she was making the right move. Once reunited with Michael, the duo had lots of work ahead of them. Since Amsterdam was a pricey place to rent, the couple were convinced that buying a home would be a better investment. But when the search began, they quickly discovered their budget of 250,000 dollars would only go so far, and it wouldn't get them their desired downtown location with a canal view.