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Whatever home means to you, we can help you find it. Check out these inspiring stories and discover all the different ways realtor.com has helped people to find and define their sense of home.

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Larry & Betty Pulos
Empty nesters looking to downsize and move to Florida use realtor.com to learn about the neighborhoods.

Real home stories

Larry & Betty
Empty nesters looking to downsize and move to Florida use realtor.com to learn about the neighborhoods.
Tori & Michael
These high school sweethearts reached a huge financial milestone as they bought their very first home to raise their newborn in.
Jennifer & Jerald
An incredible job offer had Jennifer and Jerald looking for their dream home in rural Vermont, eventually finding the perfect one for their family.
Jimmy & Maria
Wanting to downsize and be closer to their son in Florida, they searched for a home that would fulfill their desire to be close to the water.
Dan & Donna
Busy with 6 kids, this blended family suddenly found themselves looking for a bigger home in Long Island that would fit their family and lifestyle.
Paez Family
This single mother of two recently moved from Mexico to the United States for work. She identified her wants and needs to find the perfect home for her family.
James & Nicole
For military families, ever few years can mean a new city. This couple found a home every family member could love – even the four-legged ones.
Steve & Nile
Finding a home when your partner is in the Navy and halfway around the world isn’t easy, but Steve & Nile made it work, finding a great home in Washington.
Margaret Wagner
Margaret was looking to buy her first place and connected with the right agent to help her find a home where she can create a unique space.
Antonio & Jovelyn
They came from the Philippines to the U.S. to fulfill their dreams of work, family and homeownership. They found all three in a community they love.
Kristine & Charlie
They returned to the East Coast to be closer to family and to start one of their own. Finding a home was the first step – and an easy one at that.
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