The Robertson's take the advice of flamboyant real estate agent Marty Money as they purchase their dream home in 2007. Their dream turns into a devalued nightmare. Situations and comedy ensues as the mystery of the vacant homes vandalism is revealed.
Synopsis:The Robertson's take the advice of flamboyant real estate agent Marty Money as they purchase their dream home in 2007. Like millions of other Americans during the housing and economic crisis, their dream turns into a financial nightmare. Situations and comedy ensues in this underwater neighborhood as homes become vacant while the mystery of the vacant homes vandalism is revealed. The Robertson's Charles and Fran move into a new home thinking they caught the market at the right time. Wrong. The Robertson's, find themselves struggling with an underwater mortgage. While making less money than they were used to before the housing and economic crisis, the Robertson's are barely able to make their payments and don't qualify for assistance under any program. Charles comes up with an idea to help under water home owners that seems to fall on deaf ears to the government. Comical situations occur involving the neighbors in Oak Estates. Rick and Dan are known as the “Garage guys” due to the fact that they can be found nightly sitting outside Dan's garage drinking beer. The Garage Guys know everything everyone is doing in the neighborhood. Morton and Lisa are the neighbors behind the Robertson's. They seem to catch every break the government has available. Morton likes to peer out his window to watch as Fran sun bathes in her bikini in the Robertson's back yard. Gilbert is the neighborhood busy body. Gilbert seems to mysteriously show up out of nowhere. His personality is very annoying. Donald and Kim MacDonald are the next door neighbors to the Robertson's. Donald and Charles find themselves in awkward situations as they try to uncover the mystery of who is breaking into and vandalizing the more prevalent vacant homes in Oak Estates.