Season 5, Episode 7

Susan is living on a single income & needs to turn her basement into an apartment to add a second income helping to pay bills & provide for her family

Two years ago, Susan and her husband separated. They agreed that the best situation for their daughters was for them to stay in the family home with their Mum. Susan is now paying the costs of homeownership on her own and has the added expenses of what she calls 'outsourcing the burly manly tasks.' The house has a large, finished, but underused, basement which Susan would like to convert to an apartment to bring in a second income to help cover household expenses and give added financial security for her family and future. Susan has embraced her unexpected independence and is full of drive and determination but this basement conversion is one thing she can't tackle on her own. She needs Income Property help.
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