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Relaxing, calm suburban living faces off against the busy, hectic city life in "City vs. Burbs." Homebuyers looking to put down roots and call somewhere home weigh the pros and cons of each lifestyle, but it's never simple or easy when making such a life-changing decision. Will dazzling nightlife and trendy restaurants make up for less square footage or will rolling lawns and spacious floor plans outweigh a lengthy commute? Families must decide what they're willing to compromise before deciding where to buy a home.

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A military couple is ready to find their dream home in Austin, Texas, but must decide between the fun amenities of the city and the slower pace of the suburbs.
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A couple with a young daughter searches for the family's first home in the city of Louisville, Ky., and its suburbs.
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Two Atlanta music pros with established careers are ready to find a home in the entertainment hotbed; if it takes the tranquility of the suburban countryside to really inspire the artists, however, they must first decide where they want to live.
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A Seattle couple is ready to take the next step in their marriage by buying their first home; while searching for an upgrade from their one-bedroom, one-bathroom space, the couple quickly discovers that urban living comes at a big city price.
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Antonio and Mariah are stoked to upgrade their lives by settling down in a perfect new home in Nashville; before they can plant their roots, they must decide between the festive allure of downtown and the serene, tree-lined streets of the suburbs.

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