David is raising his daughter Amber Jane on his own. They live in a townhouse and as Amber becomes a teenager, they’re ready for a change. They want space to hang out together, a bigger kitchen and maybe even a pool to do a few laps. With a budget of $150,000, they are hoping to swim into the perfect fit.
Lisa loves to party and she wants her own pad. She’s tired of sharing her living space with roommates but she does want space to host friends and maybe even have them spend the night. With a budget of $150,000 and the help of her real estate agent Martin, an income property could be the right direction for Lisa.
Mike and Louise can barely hear themselves think in the city so with retirement on the horizon, they’re looking for greener pastures in St. Thomas, Ont. With Mike’s construction background, Louise’s Victorian taste and a budget of just $150,000, their real estate agent Geoff is challenged to find a home that meets their very particular standards.
Mike and Louise are through with the rat race and are looking for greener pastures in St. Thomas, Ont. With a budget of only $150,000, Mike's construction background and Louise's Victorian tastes, finding the perfect house will be a challenge.
Humble home hunters Mike and Louise are ready for a house in greener pastures near St. Thomas, Ont. With a budget of around $150,000 their real estate agent has to satisfy both Louise’s Victorian taste as well as Mike’s high construction expectations
Sophie and Laurent have two beautiful little girls. Raising a young family in the city of Fredericton, N.B. is busy and satisfying but Sophie wants another child and more space in a new house. Laurent wonders how they will find the space they need on a budget of around $150,000.
Sophie and Laurent are busily raising their two little girls in Fredericton, N.B. but Sophie wants more. A bigger house would mean they could have another baby. Laurent is all in but worries they won't find the space they need on their budget of around $150,000.
Humble home hunters Sophie and Laurent want room to breathe and space to expand their family in Fredericton, N.B. They hope they can afford a bigger house with their $150,000 budget, and the kids are counting on it.
Marianne and Zane met and fell in love on the ski hill. After a few years living together in the city, they decided they wanted to move back to the slopes. Unfortunately living near the mountain doesn’t come cheap. These ski bums are hoping to find the cozy love shack they crave for a budget of around $200,000.
Marianne and Zane fell in love on a ski hill and after a few years of living together in the city, they want to move back to the slopes. Unfortunately, living near the mountains doesn't come cheap. These ski bums are hoping to find the cozy love shack they crave for a budget of around $200,000, but it's an uphill climb for these humble home hunters.
Humble home hunters Marianne and Zane are through with the city and ready to head back to the hills, where they first met. These two ski bums are looking to buy a house chose to their budget of $200,000.
Rosalyn is an amazing young entrepreneur with dreams of work-life balance on the West Coast. She has only $150,000 to spend on a waterfront property in Vancouver, B.C. Rosalyn may be dreaming but Humble Home Hunters reveals the best kept real estate secret in the country: the float home.
Rosalyn is a single humble home hunter in Vancouver, B.C. where property prices are sky high. Keeping her feet on the ground and her toes in the water, she finds a way to buy the space she needs for just $150,000.
Kevin and Nadia find their one-bedroom condo positively stifling so they’re hoping to trade up to a suburban dream home in Cornwall, Ont. for around $200,000. Their agent Sue finds them a gorgeous kitchen, in-law suite and even a river view - but not all in the same home. They don’t have much time to decide because there’s a baby coming, whether they’re ready or not.
Ready or not, Kevin and Nadia are about to have their first child and they don't want to tackle parenthood in their tiny one-bedroom condo. With a budget of around 200,000 they’re hoping to find a suburban dream home in Cornwall, Ont.
There's a dream home to find, a budget of around $200,000 to stick with and a child on the way. Humble home hunters Kevin and Nadia are hoping to find that perfect home to get them out of their tiny condo.
Newly engaged couple Angela and Aaron love a little healthy competition. They can agree on their budget of only $150,000 to find a starter home in Halifax, N.S. but they’ll have to keep their sparring at bay to find their first home together.
Humble home hunters Angela and Aaron are ready to rumble over what they actually need in a starter home in Halifax, N.S. It's already tough to find something nice for $150,000. So they’ll have to keep their sparring at home.
Clara and Daniel are desperate to escape the suburbs. With their son recently off to college and no longer needing to be close to amenities, they want to slow down and find that nature retreat they’ve been yearning for. With college costs hanging over their heads, they’ll need to stretch their budget of around $200,000 as far as it will take them.
Empty nesters Clara and Daniel are desperate to escape the suburbs. With their son's college costs in mind, they'll need to stretch their budget of around $200,000 as far as it will take them. They’re on the hunt for the perfect nature retreat and they just might find it, because they're humble home hunters.
Nate and Kate are musical, creative types who need plenty of room for their hobbies. Tired of sharing their rented space, they have saved a down payment for a $150,000 home in Charlottetown, one of the prettiest towns on the East Coast. They are looking for the house of their dreams, and their chances are good because they're humble home hunters.
Nate and Kate are Humble Home Hunters in Charlottetown, P.E.I. With just $150,000 to spend, they want to find a place of their own with room for all their creative hobbies and a little privacy too.
Josh and Alyssa don't exactly see eye to eye on the wish list for their first home together but they do agree that the budget is tight. They have around $200,000 to spend on a place that will be big enough to start a family and a home-based business.
Josh and Alyssa are humble home hunters with around $200,000 to spend on a house big enough to start a family and grow a home-based business. Too bad they don't agree on the wish list.
Jenna and Jamey are engaged to be married and ready to buy their first home because nobody wants to start a family in their parents’ basement. With a budget of $150,000, their agent Mike is tasked to find them a house with character, updated amenities and a yard in Moncton, N.B.
Jenna and Jamey are living in their parents' basement, saving to buy their first home. They’re ready to start their family and need their own space, fast. With $150,000 to spend, they want an updated house with character and a family-sized yard in Moncton, N.B.
Humble home hunters Jenna and Jamey are ready to get out of their parents' basement and into a home of their own. With just $150,000 to spend, they must choose between three family-sized homes in Moncton, N.B.