Season 5, Episode 4

Figuring It Out

Jung and Angie grew up in Vancouver and met at a mutual friend's party. Within months they were married and by the end of the year they'd packed their TV, and a few of their favorite clothes into their sports car and drove across the continent to where opportunity awaited. In the past two years they've moved five times before buying their first house, a 1960s bungalow in a suburb at the edge of town. The main level is beautifully renovated but the basement apartment has been gutted and they're not sure why, but suspect that there may be water issues. These first time homeowners have had several contractors in to give quotes on what it will take to get it rentable and each one has a different theory, different solution and a different price. They're lost and don't know who to trust and what has to happen in order to ultimately bring in a tenant and the rental income they were counting on. Furthermore, Angie's Dad is holding the mortgage. They need Income Property to solve the issues and create a great income suite.
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