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Homebuying can be a stressful and exhausting process, especially for the first time. "My First Place" follows the stories of first-time homebuyers as they navigate everything from getting a mortgage to finding the perfect home that fits their needs. Real estate experts guide their clients as they attempt to stay within their budget while outbidding other offers in competitive housing markets all around the U.S. Whether it is rising rents or a move for a new job, these folks are ready to make a big step toward owning their own home.

Latest episodes

aired 354 days ago
An engaged couple is ready to buy their first home together in Atlanta, but they each have different expectations for the perfect place.
aired 361 days ago
Young newlyweds hope to land their dream home by the ocean; they learn that beach living comes with a high price and must weigh their coastal and inland options before making a decision.
aired 368 days ago
An engaged couple try to find a compromise between move-in ready and fixer upper before they tie the knot.
aired 375 days ago
A couple of first-time buyers search for a home with a yard for their dog around the city of Austin, Texas.
aired 382 days ago
WNBA player Shay is ready to take the biggest shot of her life as a first-time home buyer in the Los Angeles valley.

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