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First-time home buyers are guided through the treacherous and sometimes emotionally exhausting shoals of the process and are given candid advice on what it takes to find the right property -- and why buying a "dream home" can turn into a nightmare unless the money part of the equation adds up.

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Opposites want to find a family-friendly home in Atlanta.
aired 38 days ago
Newlyweds Chelsea and Daniel have to decide between a better location or a smaller house.
aired 38 days ago
A man searches for a bachelor pad in Atlanta.
aired 38 days ago
Finding a historic property in Savannah.
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A couple wants to find a home in a swanky neighborhood on a limited budget.
aired 38 days ago
A woman believes that finding the right house will help her find the right man.

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