Sisters Nicole and Michelle live in different cities, but now they've come together to invest their inheritance in an income property that would make their late mother proud. Scott shows them a turnkey property, a detached fixer upper, and a downtown row-house, then helps them agree on an investment strategy.
Cory and Julie want a larger home for their growing family, but to afford it, it needs to have an income property. After two failed real estate ventures, they are hoping Scott can help make the third time the charm. He helps them chose between a detached bungaloft, a county dream home, and a suburban bungalow.
Ana and Rodrigo dream of someday building an orphanage in Rodrigo's native Ecuador and they're ready to invest in the first of many income properties to finance the plan. Scott shows them three different investment strategies in the form of a suburban semi, a single-family home, and an urban row house.
Cheryl and Amreed are in love but work and distance are keeping them apart. They want a home to start their lives in, but to afford it needs to have an income property. Scott helps them chose between a new-build in the suburbs, a mid-town bungalow, and an urban row house.
Lysa is a determined entrepreneur who's ready to follow her dream of growing her own business; but first, she needs to buy an income property to lower her monthly expenses. After choosing between a townhouse, bungalow, and a back-split, the reno gets tense when Lysa keeps changing the plans.
Robert and Stephanie are ready to buy their first home, but after two years of waiting for Robert's working papers, they need an income property to help catch-up on their finances. Scott helps them choose between a bungeloft, a detached duplex, and a single family home.
Jaime is a single dad and filmmaker with an unusual request. He's looking for a home for him and is son; but wants it to have a commercial rental to help him afford it. With his friend along for the ride, Scott helps Jaime decide between living above a restaurant, a barbershop, or owning a pair of condos.
Jessica and Aaron are newly engaged, and they want to buy their first home, but they can't afford it unless it has an income property. Scott shows them a Semi-Detached Bungalow, a Three Storey Row House, and a New Build Semi.
Sherief, Christine, and their 4 kids have outgrown their small, 3-bedroom home. They need to upsize, but they can't afford to without an income property. Scott helps them choose between a custom home, a new build, and a suburban home.
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