Newlyweds Nathan and Emily are at a crossroads over what to do with their home of less than 2 years. Emily loves it and believes a re-working of the current space will unlock its potential. Nathan looks at the high maintenance yard and wants out.
Anita and Cameron have a five bed home. The layout stops them from spending family time together with their three kids. Neale must re-unite this floor plan to persuade Anita to stay, while Andrew has find a better home nearby.
Margie and Grayson live in their dated Jindalee home with their two daughters. Neale has the task of bringing the daggy decor up-to-date, while Andrew has to find a family home closer to Brisbane where the couple work.
Mel and Macca have nine kids and all the space in their home is in the wrong place. Neale has to redesign the house to make it open plan, while Andrew has to pry Macca from what he already thinks is his perfect home.
Bec and Nick's Morningside Queenslander has always been small. With just the two of them it worked, but the arrival of baby Adaline changed all that. Nick wants a new spacious home with a pool, but Bec wants to stay put.
Natalie wants to swap her Coburg North home of 10 years for the sunnier weather of Queensland. She's over the dated kitchen and odd layout. Will Andrew's Brisbane alternative win against Neale's Melbourne location?
When newly-weds Kieran and Riley bought their two bed terrace in Sydney's Paddington they thought they'd hit the jack pot. Now Riley's thoughts are turning to the future and a more family friendly home.
Leanne and Glen's family of nine is bursting at the seams in their tiny bungalow in Canterbury. Neale has to conjure space where there is none and Andrew has to persuade Leanne that life will be better somewhere else
Retiree John and Insurance Broker are classic empty nesters. Their St Ives Chase 4 bed home is daggy and dated. Sharyn wants to release the capital for a sea change but John determined to stay put.
Professional couple Jess and Chris live with their four children in a classic three-bed Queenslander. Jess loves the heritage features and feel of this property and sees it as her forever home. Chris has his eye on the future and wants to move to something bigger with less maintenance.