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After reaching the limits of their current houses, homeowners look to the advice of real estate and home renovation experts Brad and Heather Fox. The Minnesota-based couple presents its clients with two options - renovate their current home to maximize the space they already have or buy another property that can be customized. After a decision has been made, Brad and Heather get to work creating the house of their dreams. Living in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, they help Minneapolis families find all that they need in a home without leaving the neighborhood.

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Newlyweds want to start a family, but feel their house is too small even though they love its design and the neighborhood.
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Brad and Heather help a couple choose between renovating their dated, cramped home or finding another home altogether.
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A couple expecting their third child want to add more square footage to their property so they can stay in the location they love.
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A couple want to raise their family in the same suburb where they grew up, but they need some more space.
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A couple want to raise their family in the same suburb they were raised; Brad and Heather Fox build a new addition to their current house, but it may be time for a new home.
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Joe and Brittany Matthews want more space, and their 100-year-old house will sell quickly in their community with a great return on their investment; however, Brittany holds an elected seat in their district and moving would mean stepping down.
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Brad and Heather must bridge the divide between Lauren and Ben Stauffer; Lauren feels a connection to their beautiful home that she designed, Ben is ready for a bigger house to accommodate their second child.
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Ryan and Lianna decide whether to invest in their house or buy a new one and renovate it; they need more space for their dog, but would like to move closer to the lake.

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