Wisconsin transplants Eric and Lindsey Bennett are transforming sunny Palm Springs, California one dilapidated house at a time. Renovating 20 properties a year while raising two small ... See full summary »
MMA fighter Bristol Marunde and his wife scoop up neglected homes in Las Vegas, Nevada. Using his demo strength and her design sense, they'll create stunning showplaces with the hopes of winning big in Sin City.
Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins aren't just house flippers in Nashville, they're also exes. With a decade of partnership, this driven team takes on big, small and dirty jobs to get top dollar on their investments.
Husband-wife team Andy and Ashley Williams are military veterans turned real estate investors. With tight budgets and even tighter timelines, the duo is on a mission to rehab rundown homes in the hot Texas market.
Real estate agents Tarek and Christina flip houses in Southern California by purchasing old homes in need of TLC and renovating them to perfection. The couple re-sells the houses for a ... See full summary »
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The Property Brothers are determined to help couples find, buy and transform extreme fixer-uppers into the ultimate dream home. And since it's hard to see beyond a dated property's ... See full summary »
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Hosted by Suzanne Whang, the show takes viewers behind the scenes as individuals, couples and families learn what to look for and decide whether or not a home is meant for them. Focusing on... See full summary »
Homeowners decide that their houses don't fit their lifestyle anymore, but whether they stay or go depends on experts Hilary Farr and David Visentin. Will they love their newly renovated home, or will they list it to buy another?
I loved Flip or Flop, its Vegas spin-off and the Desert Flippers spin-off. The couples were fun and engaging. Living in Atlanta, I was excited for our hometown version, but the first episode disappointed me. It felt like an advertisement for the couple's business. They must have shown their company logo half a dozen times and very little development of the project they were working on. It felt like a shameless plug for their business that the other versions of the show don't provide to those hosts. The episodes have gotten better, but I have no interest in the couple. They're much less involved in the projects than the other versions of the show, and they're not the kind of people you want to hang out with like on Fixer Upper or HGTV's other shows. Whereas I want to see the Vegas spin-off and Desert Flippers continue with the same cast, I'm hoping we get a different couple next season (if there is one!) for Atlanta.
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