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A couple decides it's time to find a new home with more space and better views. Currently living in North Bend, WA, they're hoping to stay local so they can take advantage of the Cascade Range Mountains that surround the area and their daughter can stay close to her friends. She wants a home with an open floor plan that lets in lots of natural light and he's hoping the new home will come with a home theater space. The market in the North Bend area is highly competitive but their realtor knows he can find the perfect home that fits their wishes.
After living all around the country, a couple decides to lay down roots in the little Rocky Mountains ski town of Whitefish, MT. They've always dreamed of living in Montana and are hoping to find the perfect spot where they can raise their son. The couple is looking for a home with an open layout, a spacious kitchen and a large yard. Can they check every box on their wish list and stay within their budget?
A couple is ready to leave the stressful city life behind for panoramic views and wide open spaces in Eden, Utah. They look for a small town mountain home with an office and enough space for their children's families to visit.
An active couple with a big social life searches for a mountaintop retreat that lends itself to both adventure and entertaining. They've found the right town for their plans in lovely Swannanoa, North Carolina, and just need to find the right home. Their desire to find a property that also offers the chance for rental income while providing them with the peace and privacy that comes with mountain living may prove problematic, however. Their real estate agent will use his knowledge of the local market to help them attain their house-hunting goals but he also knows how competitive it can be for the very best mountain properties.
A young couple is ready to leave Atlanta's congestion for Georgia's sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains. While he is hoping to find a home with a man cave, she's set on finding a property with lake access and superior mountain views. Can they stay within their budget of $500,000 and still find a home that checks every box on their wish list?
Avid outdoor explorers are ready to trade in the dry heat of Phoenix, AZ, for the mountains of Durango, CO. They want to escape the city life and find a home with picturesque mountain views while still being close to downtown restaurants, shopping and diverse culture. She wants a true mountain getaway and would love a remote home, but he'd love a community feel in something closer to town. Their realtor will have to balance the needs of rural with local access but believes he can find them the perfect home.
A young Southern California couple has grown tired of enduring hours in the traffic just to reach indoor rock-climbing gyms and is ready to move to sunny Tucson, Arizona, where the city is surrounded by mountains they can climb any day of the year. They're also looking forward to hosting a steady stream of friends and family from their native Canada, so they'll need ample guest quarters and an outdoor living space with a great pool. Luckily Tucson is still a town where great deals can be found if you're willing to put in the work and their real estate agent is ready to comb the hills to find the perfect rock-climber's retreat.
Park City, Utah, is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, bringing newlyweds Kathleen and Carey here to set their roots. As first time homebuyers, this young couple is looking for a place to call their own in the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains. They hope to settle into a mountain home that offers every outdoor activity they can hope for right outside their front door. But with their budget of $325,000 can they find the perfect home and space for their three dogs?
A young couple looks for the perfect starter home in Canton, NC, an undiscovered gem nestled in the southern Appalachians. However, their realtor worries their hopes for a two-car garage might be too much to ask in this charming mountain town.
A Seattle couple wants to limit screen time and move to Washington's famous Mount Rainier to give their kids the same outdoor-themed childhoods they enjoyed growing up. It's a tall order for their real estate agent as they still want proximity to the city but also a big fireplace and space for family gatherings.
An active professional couple with a toddler have a rental that's quickly becoming too small. Now they're ready to buy their forever home in Idaho's gorgeous resort town of Ketchum. She wants space for their growing family and he wants a modern aesthetic that fits their style, but in Ketchum's competitive market, finding a house that has it all is no easy task. Will their real estate agent be able to check every box on their wish list and still come in under their budget of $650,000?
Soon-to-be empty nesters are ready to trade in their suburban Illinois digs for the pristine peaks of the Rocky Mountains. They hunt for the Colorado mountain home of their dreams in the towns of Conifer and Evergreen.
A Cincinnati, Ohio, couple has the chance to move somewhere new after following a job opportunity to Sedona, Arizona. They hope to find a mountain home with ample outdoor living space and room for their beloved dogs to play. With its stunning red rock formations and peaceful atmosphere, homes in Sedona are selling faster than buyers can make up their minds on an offer. Will their real estate agent be able to find a mountain home that meets their criteria so they can make a quick decision?
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