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My First Place is a show that has people looking for their first apartment or even a house. The people that are on the show are so confused on what they should be looking for and what they want so the host helps the people to figure it out. As the host tells all of their clients, it is ok not to know what you want in a home. When looking for an apartment, it is a great idea to have somebody with you while you are looking. You will see a lot of this on the show because the host prefers their clients to bring somebody with them for they can bring the client back down to earth.

My First Place will show their clients the little secrets to look out for when looking for a home. In addition, that it is ok to ask the potential property owner some questions regarding the apartment before you move in. Some questions that will be ok to ask the property owner is; if there will be any updates that will happen before you move in and if they will be able to work with you regarding the security deposit for the apartment (this will only work if you have a legit reason why you will be asking them.)

There is nothing wrong with not knowing what is out there your first time around. If you are not looking for your first place, this is a good show for people that are renters because then they will be able to learn some tricks that they might not have known in the first place.

The host on My First Place will be helping their clients all the up to calling the property owner to have a second look before starting the paper work to rent the place.

My First Place is a Reality, Home & Garden series that is currently running and has 23 seasons (326 episodes). The series first aired on October 22, 2005. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.1.

My First Place is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch My First Place on demand at Pluto TV Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, Pluto TV online.

Tuesday 8:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
23 Seasons, 326 Episodes
October 22, 2005
Reality, Home & Garden
Cast: Jill Cordes
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My First Place Full Episode Guide

  • Dallas couple with different tastes can't agree on a home.

  • Carolyn and Devon set out to find a house in a DC, but struggle to find suitable space. When they find the right place, stiff competition convinces them to put down $50,000 earnest money, which they will lose if they walk away.

  • Daniel and Bret are at odds over their priorities: one wants a large house, the other, a large yard for their dogs. Will they find a place they both love, or will someone have to compromise?

  • A sexy bathroom seems like a simple wish to fulfill, but negotiating derails more than one deal for a Pittsburgh attorney. Will Candace find the wow factor she craves at the price she demands?

  • Vince and his partner Jason are struggling to find a first place in Pittsburgh that suits their sense of style. After seeing a house with great potential, they decide to put in a low offer and update it themselves.

  • After Audra and Brian adopted 4 siblings, their 1,000-square-foot rental quickly became cramped. An exhausting and indecisive home search finally unearthed a hidden gem. Unfortunately no one can come to terms with closing costs.

  • Bill wants his first place to have a guest house. After finding the place of his dreams, the home inspector points out a potentially expensive fix. If the sellers refuse to make the repair, Bill's deal could fall apart.

  • Strapped for up front cash, Heather and Jason must find sellers willing to pay their closing costs. After losing out on one house, they're at risk of losing a second when a pricey repair problem crops up at inspection.

  • Courtney and Benoit, are trying to buy their first place before their baby arrives. After looking at several Pittsburgh homes and disagreeing on their style, the couple has some compromising to do.

  • Ross is moving to Nashville to buy a home to be with his girlfriend, Marla. Ross is out of town when Marla finds her dream home. Can she convince him to bid sight-unseen on this property that's above his budget?

  • Ellen and Dan's apartment looks more like a sporting goods store than a home. The couple sets out to find their first place in the suburbs, only to realize their budget an deadline could destroy their plans of home ownership.