With one kid already in college, Adina and Trey are looking to downsize. They’re eager to sell fast before a subdivision floods the neighbourhood with a thousand brand new homes, but their outdated property is making a lousy first impression and they need help.
Aubrey and Jonathan tried out rural living for a few years, but soon figured out that maintaining a 10-acre property complete with horses is a full-time job. They’re on the hunt for a turnkey property that’s closer to friends and work, but they’ve got to spruce up their 200-year-old farmhouse before they can move on.
Blanca, Teddy, and their three kids live in a tiny home with too few bedrooms and just one bathroom. And they're desperate to find a bigger budget-friendly home that meets their growing needs.
Danielle and Steve bought what they thought was the perfect suburban home. But then their jobs shifted, they had two kids, and now they're ready to move to a sprawling house even further from the city. Danielle and Steve bought what they thought was the perfect suburban home. But then their jobs shifted, they had two kids, and now they're ready to move to a sprawling house even further from the city.
Michelle’s starter home was the perfect size when she was single. But then along came Danielle and their three little ones. And now the cluttered and chaotic house is bursting at the seams.
Sheryl and Frank’s suburban neighborhood was a welcome change when they were looking to grow their young family. But with two soon-to-be-teens, they’re ready to leave their starter property behind and find their forever home at last.
Nurse Jenna and firefighter Neil are ready to settle down in a home of their own, but first they have to flip his frat house. It’s a fixer upper that never happened, and now Jonathan’s stepping in to transform the bachelor pad disaster into a showstopper.
A few years ago, Frank and Diana got into their million-dollar neighbourhood with a three-bedroom fixer-upper. But four kids later, the walls are closing in and they haven’t even started renovating.
Ever since their baby girl arrived on the scene, Julie and Paul have been feeling the squeeze. And though they need to find a bigger house fast, they don't want to get saddled with a bigger mortgage.