Tarek and Christina see a great opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom house in Whittier, CA, for a low price since the seller is looking to unload it quickly and it is still tenant occupied. Their hopes are high, but once they get inside they find that the tenants left the place in an absolute wreck. Will they be able to handle this mess or have they been deceived by what's on the outside?
Tarek and Christina are contacted by a homeowner wanting to sell their four-bedroom home in Garden Grove, California. Knowing the high returns for the area they decide to go for it, but find the layout strange and question whether it's actually a four-bedroom house after all. Did they make a huge mistake, or can they find an upside from this potential mishap?
Tarek and Christina are contacted about a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Anaheim, CA. The home appears to be in great shape and already has some major renovations completed, but the owner doesn't know how much they want to sell it for. There are structural issues that will have to be addressed before Christina's vision can come to fruition, but if she can pull it off, she and Tarek can make big bucks off this property. Is this house a flipper's dream home or are the structural issues the first of many problems to come?
Tarek and Christina check out a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in their new stomping grounds of Garden Grove, CA. Hoping to snatch this property before it hits the market, they arrive to find the house is dirty with a mosquito-infested pool but has the potential to be charming. If they want to sell, the project will require a complex renovation with little room for error. Can they talk the seller down to a lower asking price or will Tarek and Christina have to pull off the perfect flip?
A seller is looking to offload a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Garden Grove, CA, and asks Tarek and Christina to come have a look. The home already has an open floor plan and a master bedroom, but one of its bedrooms may be illegally permitted which could lead to hidden costs. Have they bought into a money trap or will they be able to pull out a profit on this infringing flip?
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