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The series brings potential home buyers a better understanding of the process, each episode following a prospective buyer and an agent from start to finish.

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A couple is ready for a life they don't need a vacation from, so they're moving the family to Crystal Beach, Texas; the area is perfect for all the things they love, so they hope their agent can help them find the perfect spot in their price range.
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Newlyweds ready to move out of her parents' home face competing wishlists; she doesn't want to fly too far from the nest, but he wants to move farther away and into a home with a finished basement.
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A couple with a toddler is ready to move out of her parents' house and into the Phoenix suburbs, but they can't agree on what type of home to buy; he dreams of a two-story property, while she is safety-conscious and prefers a house with no steps.
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New parents in Grand Rapids, Mich., are looking to trade up from their small apartment into a house with plenty of room for their family to expand comfortably; they can't decide between a turnkey home and one that needs a little work.
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Newlyweds search for a home in Boston; he wants to look for a big forever home in the suburbs with lots of space for starting a family and a basement where he can DJ, but she'd rather spend her pre-parenthood years in a city condo closer to her job.
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After saving for several years, a family looks for a place of their own right on the sands of North Myrtle Beach, S.C.; they're unsure of what they can afford, though, so their real estate agent helps them navigate the market.
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After taking many family trips to the area, a couple hopes to upgrade from renter's life in Hatteras Village, N.C.; with the help of a local real estate agent, they look to purchase a vacation home where they can build lasting family memories.
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A sailor brings his girlfriend on his house hunt in Maui, Hawaii; for him, rental potential and proximity to the beach are key to his low-stress lifestyle but she's trying to convince him to buy farther up the mountain due to her fear of tsunamis.
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Grandparents moving to Nashville look for a house with enough room for their visiting family to stay; he wants a newer place so he doesn't have to deal with renovations; she dreams of having an older log cabin.
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A woman gives up the sand, surf and sun in Florida to join her fiance in Chicago; adjusting to the high prices and dense housing proves to be a struggle for the self-proclaimed suburban girl.
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A New York City couple living in a 600-square-foot apartment moves to Seattle, which offers more space for the money; she's focused on charm and detail, while he considers minimalist design and practicality the priority.
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Two surgeons and their large family are moving to be closer to her parents; a home that is functional for their six children is her main priority, while he is more focused on the adults and wants a bar in the basement.
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New parents in Los Angeles consider returning home to Boise, Idaho, to be closer to family now that they have a young son; she wants to buy now since the market is poised to explode, but he wants to wait until his LA job is completed.
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Since becoming empty nesters, a couple has planned to get the whole family back together as often as possible in a vacation home in Fort Pierce, Fla.; their kids love surfing and kayaking, so they are seeking the best the area has to offer.
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A Los Angeles couple hunts for a vacation home in sunny Palm Springs, Calif.; her detailed focus on style and renovation, however, gets in the way of his desire to have a cocktail by the pool.
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A couple looks for a home in Marshfield, Mass.; they have big dreams of finding a home that's right on the sand so their real estate agent is challenged with finding the perfect property that's not only big enough but also doesn't break the bank.
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Long-time renters have their sights set on a vacation home in Crystal Beach, Texas; they want a property with enough space for their two daughters and large extended family that can act as a home away from home.
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A young family leaves California and returns home to Orlando, Fla., looking for more affordable housing; she is focused on getting the most house for their money, while he's hoping to find a bargain.
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This Long Island couple goes from the city to the beach, but now she's ready to go for even bigger and better; her husband wants to move back into the city while she looks for extra space and a pool for the kids that's close to the beach.
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After a recent move to Las Vegas, a couple look for a place that's tricked out for entertaining guests; she wants a huge, open-concept home with a pool but he's wanting something a little smaller with a quiet space where he can watch TV.
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A couple moves the family back from overseas and wants to find a home in the rural California mountainside community of Tehachapi; for him, the property they choose must have a view, while she's looking for a house with lots of land.

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"Million Dollar Listing" has showcased some of the most luxurious homes in Los Angeles. The franchise now heads east with "Million Dollar Listing New York," featuring relentless real estate agents in Manhattan and their intertwining lives as each agent fights for his share of the market. The agents deal with demanding clients as they earn a living selling some of New York's hottest real estate. The featured agents, some of the best in the city, include "listings machine" Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant, who was an actor and hand model before pursuing his home-selling passion.
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