TV Schedule

Tuesday, Jun 30

  • 6:30
    AM
    Episode 103

    Sarah and Tommy bring style and sense to a tight, illogical kitchen and equally small adjoining living area. Flooring, paint and other finishes unite the two spaces. A customized out-of-the-box kitchen plays on Sarah's green and white color scheme. It is carried into the living area with smart, dual-purpose solutions for modern living.

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  • 7:00
    AM
    Episode 2008

    Velvet is looking for her first place in Austin. After she rejects one home for foundation issues, will the next home's need for another major repair could keep her from closing?

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  • 7:30
    AM
    Episode 2403

    A Baltimore couple, Carlton and Taisha, don't have time to waste in finding a new home. Their rent is skyrocketing and they need out before their lease is up. So why do they continue to 'sleep on it' before making an offer? They fall in love with several homes but lose out on them before the next day. Will they ever pull the trigger on an offer? Or will they always be a day late and a nickel short?

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  • 9:00
    AM
    Episode 711

    Mike and Vita have saved up, and now they are ready to invest in their 1st income property to help fund their retirement. Scott helps this established couple choose between a semi-detached home, a retro 2-story home in a desirable neighbourhood, and a bungalow on a large lot. Scott then guides these new investors through a large, budget conscious renovation.

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  • 11:00
    AM
    Episode 703

    Jeff and Kirsti are newlyweds who have outgrown their tiny city rental. With a baby on the way, they need Scott to show them how to balance an investment property that is also a home - large enough to accommodate their expanding family.

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  • 12:00
    PM
    Episode 8212

    Vince and Jean moved from the burbs to downtown Chicago after their son left for college. But their one bedroom condo isn't big enough for his regular return visits, so they're ready to upgrade to something with more space. Unfortunately Vince is dead set on lake views, and Jean is all about the Chicago skyline.

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  • 12:30
    PM
    Episode 6502

    Life in Oklahoma is just OK for media entrepreneurs Jon and Ivy. They have three great kids and a growing camera business, but they want more. Ivy's always dreamed of doing charity work internationally, and Jon loves the allure of adventure. They fell in love with Puerto Escondido on their honeymoon and now, with their business established and their kids old enough to appreciate it, they've decided that a move abroad and a shift toward charity work would be the perfect next big thing. Puerto Escondido is known for its amazing real estate, but with a non-profit salary and five mouths to feed, the Joneses may have to put in some overtime if they want to find a fair deal on a house that can fit their family.

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  • 1:00
    PM
    Episode 8105

    Thirty-one-year-old Beth is a single 3rd grade teacher from San Diego. After years of renting, she's ready to get out of her cramped apartment and buy her first place. The problem; she wants a 2 bedroom single family home near scenic Balboa Park - a very popular neighborhood. With a budget that can't exceed $250,000, she may need to settle for a condo or townhome. With her good friend Lindsay along on the hunt, will Beth be able to handle all the compromises she'll need to consider?

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  • 1:30
    PM
    Episode 8208

    Will and Katy have just moved from Chicago to Nashville to pursue careers in the country music business and are anxious to buy their first home. Will wants a single story ranch in the country while Katy prefers a two story craftsman in the city. With a budget of up to $250,000, they'll have to learn to sing in real estate harmony if they want to find a home.

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  • 2:00
    PM
    Episode 7611

    After living in 4 states over 3 years, Blake and Sarah want to put down roots in Scottsdale, Arizona. Problem is, they're being very particular about what they want. Having a large home with a pool and a nice sized backyard for their son to run around in are top priorities. Since they've moved around so much, they also want to have a park nearby where they can easily meet other families. Sarah won't tolerate a dated kitchen and needs to have a house that's pet free, due to her severe allergies. Blake needs a large jetted tub, an office and a 3 car garage. But in the competitive Scottsdale real estate market, finding a house that meets all of their needs within their $600,000 budget will be tough.

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  • 2:30
    PM
    Episode 8303

    After a bad experience with a previous home purchase, Hunter and Meredith have been renting for the past 6 years. Finally ready to jump back into the market, they're setting out to find their dream home in the Chesapeake area. The problem is Meredith has a list of unrealistic expectations for their $500,000 budget. Making matters worse, they can't agree on style. He wants a Southern Colonial, and she insists on a "Gone with the Wind" Plantation style home. Will their second time around be the charm in charming Chesapeake?

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  • 3:00
    PM
    Episode 8210

    Tanasha Anders is ready to trade apartment living for a place she can call her own in Dallas. Her two friends, Corey and Deya, have joined the house hunt to give their very vocal opinions. Tanasha fancies herself a real estate agent and designer, even though she has no formal training. Can her friends act as the voice of reason and keep Tanasha in check? Prepare for big drama in the Big D.

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  • 3:30
    PM
    Episode 8704

    With a baby on the way, Scott and Meghan are looking to get out of his tiny bachelor pad condo, and buy something larger. He's hoping they can land one of the city's hip, industrial lofts. She's hoping for something more family-friendly on a tree-lined street. Will Scott be willing to give up his bachelor ways in favor of a more practical home, or will Meghan cave?

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  • 4:00
    PM
    Episode 8501

    After over 20 years of living in Southern California, Bern, Paul and their 9 year old daughter are moving to Boulder, Colorado, for a career opportunity. With a budget of up to 1 million dollars, Paul is looking for a mountain experience in a rustic, Colorado style home, while Bern wants a modern one-story ranch in a neighborhood setting. With expectations as high as the altitude, someone is bound to be disappointed.

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  • 4:30
    PM
    Episode 8505

    Tony met Jenny while he was her college soccer coach in Hawaii. Now they're back home in Salt Lake City, married, and pregnant with their first child. But before the baby comes, she wants a luxurious home in her parent's neighborhood with a grand staircase, home theater room, and a supersized laundry room. He just wants a nice view and, most importantly, something a little farther from the in-laws. Will Jenny outscore her favorite coach on this Great Salt Lake house hunt?

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  • 5:00
    PM
    Episode 8906

    Larrishia and Cameron are newlyweds who have never lived in a house before. She desperately wants a French provinicial-style house with an all brick exterior, while he would prefer a traditional, almost colonial style home. They both enjoy various arts and crafts; Cameron likes making bracelets and Larrishia loves gift wrapping, so they want plenty of space to spread out and do their work. With a limited budget, can they find a house that has everything they want?

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  • 6:00
    PM
    Episode 8709

    Indianapolis newcomers, Jake and Mary, are looking for a large home for their growing family. But with a long list of 26 very specific things, even their $700,000 budget won't get it all. They want high-end finishes, a large quiet lot, and a master on the main. Which one of these must-haves will be first to go?

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  • 7:30
    PM
    Episode 309

    Tarek and Christina come across a For Sale By Owner property in Garden Grove, California. This type of sale is always exciting for a flipper because it means no real estate agent commissions and an opportunity to negotiate a fair sale price. The house is in good shape and looks to need only cosmetic repairs and improvements. But in the business of flipping, one can rarely judge an old house by its finishes and it is truly what's on the inside that counts. Can Tarek and Christina deal with the hidden problems of an old house or will their hopes of a fast and easy flip turn out to be nothing but pipe dreams?

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  • 8:00
    PM
    Episode 208

    Tarek and Christina get a lead on a listing in an upscale neighborhood of Whittier, California and although the entire home will need some serious updating from its original 1969 finishes, the renovation appears to be mostly cosmetic and comparable properties suggest great potential for profit. With all their money tied up in other flips, Tarek and Christina must secure a hard money loan to make an offer on the home; but that alone will cost them hundreds of dollars a day in interest and one never knows what budget-busting financial hazards could be lurking behind those popcorn-textured walls. Can their contractor renovate this big house in a small timeframe or will unforeseen problems leave the project a day late and a dollar short? Could this high-end home and its expensive loan leave Tarek and Christina singing the hard money blues?

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  • 8:30
    PM
    Episode 204

    Tarek and Christina find a short sale home listed in Whittier, California that's rather small but the asking price of $275,000 looks enticing next to comparable properties in the area. With their own resources spread thinly across other flips, Tarek and Christina have only $300,000 to spend on the home and its renovation. Despite their rigid debt ceiling, they're convinced they can purchase and rehab the home within a strict budget. But as problems are discovered and the margins start getting tighter, Tarek and Christina hope they can turn a profit on this investment home that is too small to fail.

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  • 10:30
    PM
    Episode 211

    Tarek and Christina spot a listing that seems too good to be true, and as is often the case, the house doesn't exactly match the potential it had in the listing. But even with a major surprise in the details about the house, Tarek and Christina still see an opportunity for profit and embark on a fast flip with a new contractor. Will Tarek and Christina's gamble on this home and a new contractor pay off big profits or will this turn out to be nothing more than a risky flip?

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  • 11:00
    PM
    Episode 110

    Tarek and Christina check out a short sale that's listed at $214,900, discounted a full 50% from the $430K currently owed on the house! Short sales can be great opportunities for house flippers because banks would rather take a loss on a house than foreclosing and having to sell it themselves. This house is a large 4 bedroom with a pool that appears to just need a facelift, and with comps in the area between $230,000 and $280,000, Tarek and Christina make an offer, which is accepted, for $200,000. They get a $30,000 bid from their contractor to update the kitchen, bathrooms, master closet and the pool, bringing them right to the lower end of their comps. But when they realize a back addition is unpermitted, the added costs may erase their profits, potentially leaving the facelift they planned on giving the house covered with red ink!

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  • 11:30
    PM
    Episode 111

    Tarek and Christina decide to go big and invest in a Real Estate Owned, or banked owned, high-end hilltop home with a gorgeous view. They check their bank statements and realize that even after maxing out their credit cards, the only way they can cover the costs of rehab is to get Tarek's mother to invest by taking out a loan against her home equity. So, if they lose on this house, it will affect the whole family. Banking on the home's beautiful view, Tarek and Christina spend 20 thousand of their $50,000 rehab budget on landscaping, however, after they notice a crack in the foundation slab of the house, they realize that the home might be sinking down the hill along with their profits! With literally everything, and then some, invested, will this flip with a view have Tarek and his family sitting pretty, or tumbling down the hill towards bankruptcy?

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  • 1:30
    AM
    Episode 211

    Tarek and Christina spot a listing that seems too good to be true, and as is often the case, the house doesn't exactly match the potential it had in the listing. But even with a major surprise in the details about the house, Tarek and Christina still see an opportunity for profit and embark on a fast flip with a new contractor. Will Tarek and Christina's gamble on this home and a new contractor pay off big profits or will this turn out to be nothing more than a risky flip?

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  • 2:00
    AM
    Episode 110

    Tarek and Christina check out a short sale that's listed at $214,900, discounted a full 50% from the $430K currently owed on the house! Short sales can be great opportunities for house flippers because banks would rather take a loss on a house than foreclosing and having to sell it themselves. This house is a large 4 bedroom with a pool that appears to just need a facelift, and with comps in the area between $230,000 and $280,000, Tarek and Christina make an offer, which is accepted, for $200,000. They get a $30,000 bid from their contractor to update the kitchen, bathrooms, master closet and the pool, bringing them right to the lower end of their comps. But when they realize a back addition is unpermitted, the added costs may erase their profits, potentially leaving the facelift they planned on giving the house covered with red ink!

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  • 2:30
    AM
    Episode 111

    Tarek and Christina decide to go big and invest in a Real Estate Owned, or banked owned, high-end hilltop home with a gorgeous view. They check their bank statements and realize that even after maxing out their credit cards, the only way they can cover the costs of rehab is to get Tarek's mother to invest by taking out a loan against her home equity. So, if they lose on this house, it will affect the whole family. Banking on the home's beautiful view, Tarek and Christina spend 20 thousand of their $50,000 rehab budget on landscaping, however, after they notice a crack in the foundation slab of the house, they realize that the home might be sinking down the hill along with their profits! With literally everything, and then some, invested, will this flip with a view have Tarek and his family sitting pretty, or tumbling down the hill towards bankruptcy?

    More About This Episode
  • 3:00
    AM
    Episode 208

    Tarek and Christina get a lead on a listing in an upscale neighborhood of Whittier, California and although the entire home will need some serious updating from its original 1969 finishes, the renovation appears to be mostly cosmetic and comparable properties suggest great potential for profit. With all their money tied up in other flips, Tarek and Christina must secure a hard money loan to make an offer on the home; but that alone will cost them hundreds of dollars a day in interest and one never knows what budget-busting financial hazards could be lurking behind those popcorn-textured walls. Can their contractor renovate this big house in a small timeframe or will unforeseen problems leave the project a day late and a dollar short? Could this high-end home and its expensive loan leave Tarek and Christina singing the hard money blues?

    More About This Episode
  • 3:30
    AM
    Episode 204

    Tarek and Christina find a short sale home listed in Whittier, California that's rather small but the asking price of $275,000 looks enticing next to comparable properties in the area. With their own resources spread thinly across other flips, Tarek and Christina have only $300,000 to spend on the home and its renovation. Despite their rigid debt ceiling, they're convinced they can purchase and rehab the home within a strict budget. But as problems are discovered and the margins start getting tighter, Tarek and Christina hope they can turn a profit on this investment home that is too small to fail.

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