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Tuesday, Nov 11

6:30
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Episode 407

Homeowners Paul and Jean have a bathroom that's too big for its own good. An oversized vanity, unnecessary cabinets, and a huge, outdated tub deck are making this bathroom feel cramped and uncomfortable. But, Jeff Devlin is here to change all that! Watch, as he installs a sleek new shower, bamboo flooring, floating vanities, and a clever sound system that'll bring lots of fun and a modern, open feel to this big, bland bathroom.

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7:00
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Episode 509

As the third realtor in ten months on a penthouse listing, CORE agent Vickey Barron needs to come up with a fresh new marketing idea to get this Greenwich Village property sold. GHK's Michele Kleier guides two newbie agents, John Liss and Isabel Solmonson, as they attempt to sell their first listing, down in the financial district.

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7:30
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Episode 201

This dining room is an unappetizing feast of bad colour, dated features and weird layout. Sarah and Tommy jumpstart the stuffy space with fresh, bright twists totally in tune with this young family's outlook. Period features go bold and modern. Vintage furniture transforms into a riotous medley of punchy, practical colour and fabrics. It's new, it's cool and true to a young, hip family's dining needs!

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8:00
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Episode 205

Every inch of this home was renovated before the current owners moved in except for the master bath. It remains locked in another era with fixtures and attitude to match. Sarah and Tommy create a luxe space by swapping out the tired fixtures, revising the layout and dated colour palette. This master bath finally jibes with the rest of the newly renovated home.

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8:30
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Episode 207

A first time homeowner's maturing taste pushes the finishes and furniture in her tiny condo well past their due date. Sarah and Tommy find furnishings that reflect the client's new attitude and that can eventually move with her into a larger home. In the meantime they inject a ton of style and flexibility into this tiny kitchen, living and dining space.

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9:00
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Episode HSONE-112H

This basement laundry space is typical to many homes, hidden in a damp, dark basement corner. Sarah freshens and makes this task much more attractive by creating new storage, hanging and folding space, and by reviving an old favorite, the fold out ironing board. The mood is further lifted with bright color, artwork and other personal touches that make this into a chore with so much more.

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9:30
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Episode 204

This mid-century home looks more like a contents sale than the slick, functional abode it could be. Sarah and Tommy make this adjoining living and dining room flow seamlessly into one another using paint, furniture and flooring solutions, and by tweaking the layout to capture the bucolic view. The end goal, a modern home that works for today's living yet doesn't look like a mid-century theme park.

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10:00
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Episode 101

Talk about obsessed! Ayesha and Michael stalked the very houses they were interested in, never ever signing on the dotted line. Sarah opens this young, fun couple to the potential of three homes, balancing their separate wants and wish lists. Once Ayesha and Michael buy, Sarah targets and renovates one room in their new home to payback all the late night stalking and indecision.

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10:30
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Episode 104

Ann's never lived anywhere but Theo's bachelor pad. Two kids later and it's about time they find something that's theirs. And, they need to go bigger than they've got now. Sarah shows them the potential in three houses that suit their growing family's needs. Once Ann and Theo buy, Sarah renovates the one space they doubted, but now immediately welcomes them to their new home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 304

Engaged couple Ron and Gwen are looking to buy their first house together. Gwen is hoping for a ranch style home with vivid pops of color, while Ron prefers the Cape Cod look from his childhood on the East Coast. He also wants the space to be sleek and modern. Once they purchase a place, the two tackle updating it to their own styles. They quickly realize that between planning a wedding and renovations, managing stress levels can be a challenge. Luckily, Ron's parents lends a helping hand with the work as they undertake improving the master, backyard, dining room, and living room. Watch as this young couple turns their outdated space into something they're proud to call their first home together.

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12:00
PM
Episode 8706

A job transfer for Jeremiah is sending he and his wife Candice from Fort Worth 20 miles south to suburban De Soto. They're on the hunt for a large, updated family home with a wow factor. But while these newlyweds are bringing lots of enthusiasm to the table, they aren't bringing much money. Their entry-level budget is on a collision course with their high expectations.

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12:30
PM
Episode 4503

For years agricultural consultants Brent and Kari lived to work. Now this hardwired couple wants to take it easy. With laptops and spreadsheets in tow, they're heading south of the boarder to unwind. But in the serene and unhurried resort village of Huatulco, construction is the name of the game and finding a quiet home to work from is anything but peaceful. Will they be able to relax and get with Mexico's mañana mantra? Find out, when House Hunters International works hard to take it slow in Huatulco, Mexico.

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1:00
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Episode 102

A house on Waller Lane in Colleyville, Texas is viewed hesitantly by all of the house movers because the property is heavily forested making it an expensive if not impossible move. Donna has a crafty plan to pull the house out through the backyard to the street behind, but she plays along like she doesn't want the house to try to keep the price low. Her plan works and she and Toni score the sweet little house for cheap. She and Toni have grand plans for the renovation, including a Woman Cave and Southwest décor, but will the high cost put a serious dent in their potential profit? Another house on Callender Road in Mansfield, Texas looks promising from what little the movers can see through the kitchen door, but it's clear from the exterior that at least one wall is buckling and the house could have serious structural issues. Cody is undeterred and wins the house, It's a nail biter of a move as Cody must shore-up the structure before it can be lifted. Suzi has issues with the house because of the odd layout and is shocked to find out that the front entrance leads right into the bedrooms. Cody literally flips the house, by turning it around and creates a new front entrance out of what was originally the kitchen door and to top it off they make a Home Office out of the old entry.

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1:30
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Episode 108

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a bank-owned (REO) property that is a small 1920's craftsman bungalow in Whittier, CA. They are able to tour the house prior to making an offer, and discover it needs a complete overhaul. It may not be worth flipping. But there is a studio in the back that doesn't seem to be included in the square footage on the listing. If the studio is permitted, it would be a major selling point for potential owners, who might want to offset their mortgage with a renter. They check with the city and discover that it is in fact permitted. And the bank accepts their all cash offer of $182,000. They want to flip this house in 30 days so work begins right away. On Day 1 they discover that the lead paint on the house must be dealt with according to EPA standards at an unexpected cost of 12 thousand dollars! Day 2 and it's a broken water main, which once again destroys the budget! With their profit margin getting gouged, Tarek and Christina hold their breath to see if this bungalow gamble will Flip or Flop.

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2:00
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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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2:30
PM
Episode 112

After some intensive research on comps, Tarek and Christina find a promising 5 bedroom, 3 bath, house to flip in a family neighborhood of Bellflower, CA. When they tour the home with their contractor, Izzy, Tarek and Christina are thrilled to find a newly renovated kitchen and a dining room that just needs a coat of paint, however, their hopes, that the rest of the house will also be in turn-key condition, are quickly dashed when they discover that the upstairs master bathroom is covered in floor to ceiling mold. Considering the kitchen is in such good condition, Tarek and Christina decide that dealing with the mold remediation shouldn't ruin their remodel budget, and negotiate with the bank to secure the house for $385,000. But after they hire a mold inspector to run some tests, they discover they have toxic mold on their hands, which, not only is more expensive to treat than was expected, but will also take longer to fix. As they open up the walls to deal with the mold, they also find fire damage throughout the attic, and extensive termite damage throughout the house. With further delays and costs, all bets are off, as Tarek and Christina scramble to get this home renovated and on the market. Will cleaning up this moldy mess make them Flip or Flop?

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3:00
PM
Episode 209

Christina receives an e-mail from an agent who has a listing in the South Bay neighborhood of Hawthorne. The dated house needs a lot of work and while it's situated on a busy street near an airport and a noisy elementary school, its attractive list price draws in Tarek and Christina. It's a challenge, but this total renovation is the kind of project they love to take on. That is until work begins and a multitude of hidden problems rise to the surface. Will Tarek and Christina's high hopes fall on deaf ears, or can they overcome this home's loud, louder, and loudest problems to turn a profit?

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3:30
PM
Episode 205

Tarek and Christina spot a home listing online that's set for an auction that afternoon and based on neighborhood comps, the dirty and dated house looks like a bargain. By outward appearances, all it needs is an inexpensive cosmetic rehab. But after an unusual auction and a bevy of surprise issues, this dirty, dated and undesired home has quickly become more work than Tarek and Christina ever imagined.

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4:00
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Episode 206

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a short sale listing in an upscale neighborhood that has just fallen out of escrow. The large home shows promise for profit and with a heftier-than-usual price tag of $700,000, Tarek and Christina will need financial help from their friend, real estate investor Pete de Best. But with two investors comes two sets of opinions and budgets and schedules suffer the consequences. Have Tarek and Christina taken on too much house and too much co-investor? Who will prevail in this battle of flipper vs. flipper?

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4:30
PM
Episode 207

Tarek and Christina come across an intriguing short sale listing in the desirable neighborhood of Torrance. The exterior is in good shape and the comparable properties indicate the house could be a good value; but once they tour the home it becomes immediately clear that a lot of work and a lot of money will be required to update this 1927 home. Convinced that there's a profit to be made here despite the numerous challenges, Tarek and Christina punch their dance card and purchase the property. Can Tarek and Christina navigate this renovation maze or will they live to regret taking this house out for a barnyard dance?

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5:00
PM
Episode 201

With no foreclosures to flip in Orange County, Tarek and Christina broaden their search to include Los Angeles County and find a house with a view that looks promising. The only problem is that the home is too far away for them to look at it before they go to the auction, so they'll have to bid on the property sight unseen. After placing the winning bid, they meet their contractor at the house for a design walkthrough. But listing photos aren't always what they appear, and the divide between initial perception and present reality has left Tarek and Christina in total foreclosure shock.

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5:30
PM
Episode HFORF-212H

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a home in Long Beach, California that sounds like the kind of project that has become their standard. But soon after walking the property and visiting a neighborhood comp, it becomes clear that this flip is anything but standard. The architecturally significant mid-century modern home will require Tarek and Christina to step out of their design and renovation comfort zones if they are to turn a profit on their investment. Can Tarek and Christina turn back time on their design aesthetic without inflating their budget or could a present-day flop be looming over this historic mid-century flip?

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6:00
PM
Episode 213

Tarek and Christina come across a trust sale listing in Buena Park, California that looks very well-priced in comparison to recent sales in the area. After walking the home with their contractor and receiving a preliminary budget estimate, they're excited by the potential for profit. But as work begins and renovation costs rise on changing plans and hidden problems, their enticing profit margin appears to be on a downward spiral. Can Tarek and Christina rehabilitate this home into modern splendor or will mounting costs leave it to remain a ranch house of ruin?

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6:30
PM
Episode HFORF-214PH

Tarek and Christina come across a short sale listing in a desirable, hilly neighborhood of La Mirada, California. Although its price as compared to recent sales in the area leaves a tighter profit margin than they would like, the 1990s home is newer than the investment properties they typically buy and shouldn't need as much renovation as a result. With Tarek and Christina's usual contractor tied up by their growing roster of flip properties, they turn to a new contractor who comes recommended by fellow flippers. Will this newer home and new contractor make for a straightforward flip or could surprise costs and small mistakes leave Tarek and Christina risking a flop on this hilltop hangup?

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7:00
PM
Episode 101

Tarek and Christina put their life savings on the line at a foreclosure auction, and buy a house that they've never been inside, for $275,000. And now it's the moment of truth, as they walk through the door for the first time and find the house is a disaster. The kitchen, bathrooms and backyard all need a complete overhaul! But there's no turning back because foreclosures are sold as-is. So they start work on the flip and the rehab budget skyrockets to over 50K. With the flipping business at stake, Tarek and Christina feel the pressure to get the house completed before the housing market shifts beneath their feet. And the thought of failure gives them the foreclosure heebie-jeebies. Will Tarek and Christina Flip or Flop?

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7:30
PM
Episode 202

Tarek and Christina are contacted by a cash strapped flipper who needs to unload a project house. With no bathrooms, no kitchen and nothing but plywood floors, exposed framing and piles of rubble, Tarek starts adding up the dollars required just to rehab the house.

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8:00
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Episode 103

Tarek and Christina snoop a foreclosure in Yorba Linda, CA. After casing the property and looking through the windows, they're confident the house is in good shape. So they head to bid on the house at a foreclosure auction. During a high-voltage bidding war, Tarek and Christina spend $393K on the property, which is more than they planned. Tarek and Christina want to flip this house in 30 days, so they walk through their house with their contractor, Dan Messina. It has a very awkward layout, with the master bedroom located between the front door and the kitchen. But much worse, one of the bedrooms turns out to be an unpermitted loft conversion! They thought they were buying a 4-bedroom house, but it's actually a 3-bedroom house! If they have to market this house as a 3-bedroom, they will actually LOSE money and will have to write a check to sell the house. Are Tarek and Christina going to Flip or Flop?

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8:30
PM
Episode 106

Tarek and Christiana spot an intriguing listing for a curbside auction for a foreclosed 1920's Spanish style house in Santa Ana, CA. This is a unique opportunity to actually walk through the house, before the bidding starts. Although it needs a complete overhaul it has some charming original architecture still in place that will add to its value. They decide to bid on the property and win the house for $208K, a good price considering comps in the area go up to $325K. Their contractor meets them at the house and finds more issues than Tarek and Christina originally spotted in their walk through. There is some structural damage to the foundation and roof leaks that could be massive projects and additional costs. Tarek and Christina worry these structural issues might blow their entire rehab budget. Will this Spanish style salvage be a profitable flip or a regrettable flop?

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9:00
PM
Episode 104

When Tarek and Christina see a 4-bedroom house in Garden Grove coming up for auction at a super low starting bid of $250K, they convince an investor that this is a good, cheap property to buy and flip. Tarek and Christina head to a foreclosure auction and buy the house sight-unseen for $280K. They meet their contractor Dan Messina for a walkthrough and realize the house is a major money pit. There is no master bedroom, a kitchen that needs a complete remodel, and a backyard that needs a complete re-haul, which includes fixing the pool and pool house. With the construction bid at 80K, this is the most they've ever spent on a flip. And when their investor Pete De Best stops in for a visit during construction, he begins to lose faith in the project. With their investor breathing down their necks, this double trouble flip has Tarek and Christina surfing the brink of disaster. Will they Flip or Flop?

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9:30
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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10:00
PM
Episode 9407

Seattle area Navy recruiter, Leo, and wife, Jillian, are looking for a large home for their family of 5 kids, and a mother-in-law. He wants to invest in a fixer-upper, but germaphobic Jillian insists on clean and move-in ready. It's all hands on deck for this Puget Sound battle.

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10:30
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Episode 7407

Andy and Melissa were quickly building a life for themselves in Houston. They had a huge house and enjoyed throwing get-togethers and themed parties for their friends and family. But when Andy found a job opportunity in Brussels they knew it was an adventure they had to take. Their biggest concern is location and square footage vs. price. They want enough common space to entertain guests but also be close to all the action and not too far from Andy's new job. Find out if Andy and Melissa can fulfill their wish list when House Hunters International goes to Brussels, Belgium.

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11:00
PM
Episode SP01

A Hero's Welcome is a one-of-a-kind television special airing on Veteran's Day that will leave you crying tears of joy and appreciation for one American hero and his family. After proudly serving his country for years, and making a miraculous recovery from life-threatening injuries due to an IED blast in Iraq, Staff Sergeant Wood is preparing to retire from the military. And that's where we come in, bringing together an incredible team, including award-winning actor Gary Sinise, Food Network's Robert Irvine, HGTV's Genevieve Gorder and our friends at Marie Callender's, to pull off an incredible home renovation and celebration to honor his service and sacrifice, all in record speed! At the end of it all, we will reveal in grand fashion a home befitting a true American hero.

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12:00
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Episode 104

When Tarek and Christina see a 4-bedroom house in Garden Grove coming up for auction at a super low starting bid of $250K, they convince an investor that this is a good, cheap property to buy and flip. Tarek and Christina head to a foreclosure auction and buy the house sight-unseen for $280K. They meet their contractor Dan Messina for a walkthrough and realize the house is a major money pit. There is no master bedroom, a kitchen that needs a complete remodel, and a backyard that needs a complete re-haul, which includes fixing the pool and pool house. With the construction bid at 80K, this is the most they've ever spent on a flip. And when their investor Pete De Best stops in for a visit during construction, he begins to lose faith in the project. With their investor breathing down their necks, this double trouble flip has Tarek and Christina surfing the brink of disaster. Will they Flip or Flop?

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12:30
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?

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1:00
AM
Episode 9407

Seattle area Navy recruiter, Leo, and wife, Jillian, are looking for a large home for their family of 5 kids, and a mother-in-law. He wants to invest in a fixer-upper, but germaphobic Jillian insists on clean and move-in ready. It's all hands on deck for this Puget Sound battle.

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1:30
AM
Episode 7407

Andy and Melissa were quickly building a life for themselves in Houston. They had a huge house and enjoyed throwing get-togethers and themed parties for their friends and family. But when Andy found a job opportunity in Brussels they knew it was an adventure they had to take. Their biggest concern is location and square footage vs. price. They want enough common space to entertain guests but also be close to all the action and not too far from Andy's new job. Find out if Andy and Melissa can fulfill their wish list when House Hunters International goes to Brussels, Belgium.

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2:00
AM
Episode SP01

A Hero's Welcome is a one-of-a-kind television special airing on Veteran's Day that will leave you crying tears of joy and appreciation for one American hero and his family. After proudly serving his country for years, and making a miraculous recovery from life-threatening injuries due to an IED blast in Iraq, Staff Sergeant Wood is preparing to retire from the military. And that's where we come in, bringing together an incredible team, including award-winning actor Gary Sinise, Food Network's Robert Irvine, HGTV's Genevieve Gorder and our friends at Marie Callender's, to pull off an incredible home renovation and celebration to honor his service and sacrifice, all in record speed! At the end of it all, we will reveal in grand fashion a home befitting a true American hero.

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3:00
AM
Episode 103

Tarek and Christina snoop a foreclosure in Yorba Linda, CA. After casing the property and looking through the windows, they're confident the house is in good shape. So they head to bid on the house at a foreclosure auction. During a high-voltage bidding war, Tarek and Christina spend $393K on the property, which is more than they planned. Tarek and Christina want to flip this house in 30 days, so they walk through their house with their contractor, Dan Messina. It has a very awkward layout, with the master bedroom located between the front door and the kitchen. But much worse, one of the bedrooms turns out to be an unpermitted loft conversion! They thought they were buying a 4-bedroom house, but it's actually a 3-bedroom house! If they have to market this house as a 3-bedroom, they will actually LOSE money and will have to write a check to sell the house. Are Tarek and Christina going to Flip or Flop?

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3:30
AM
Episode 106

Tarek and Christiana spot an intriguing listing for a curbside auction for a foreclosed 1920's Spanish style house in Santa Ana, CA. This is a unique opportunity to actually walk through the house, before the bidding starts. Although it needs a complete overhaul it has some charming original architecture still in place that will add to its value. They decide to bid on the property and win the house for $208K, a good price considering comps in the area go up to $325K. Their contractor meets them at the house and finds more issues than Tarek and Christina originally spotted in their walk through. There is some structural damage to the foundation and roof leaks that could be massive projects and additional costs. Tarek and Christina worry these structural issues might blow their entire rehab budget. Will this Spanish style salvage be a profitable flip or a regrettable flop?

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