I usually watched HGTV but I caught some of the episodes in this show - out of order - and gosh, the script writers need to get their act together.
Example 1: couple with baby. Mom does not want stairs because it is too hard to get the stroller up. Sees house with a few steps. Doesn't like it because of the steps. Sees another house with fewer steps. LOVES the house so steps are not a problem anymore, never to be mentioned. They get the place with the steps.
Example 2: couple with 4 kids (2 boys and 2 girls) looking for house. Walking through mom says "this room with two beds is for daughter #1, this room with two beds is for daughter #2, oh, no! this room has only one bed! the boys cannot share a bed!" SERIOUSLY?
And then the privilege of being privileged for anyone to see: college kid is confused about his future, maybe needs to take some time off from college. Fine. Mom decides that she needs to buy him a whole house, at the beach, it has to be right on the sand, so he can "find himself" because he MUST be able to step out of the house and go scuba diving, and if there are roads, it is a no_no because white rich college kid cannot cross the road while he is "all alone out there". Gee, people!
I know those shows are scripted but I wonder if the people showing their shit can at least say when it is too much. Because it is too much, inconsistent and makes most of them look like picky assholes.