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Sunday, Jan 18

7:00
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Episode 302

With three generations living under one roof, Chuck and Kim are feeling the squeeze. Plus, getting the kids to school every day means a grueling four-hour daily commute for mom. It's definitely time to relocate. But they'll have to spruce up their current home first or they won't be able to afford the upgrade. Jonathan has a plan to revamp the home's worn-out interiors, but a heavy-duty surprise in the kitchen means he has to rejig the design. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find a spacious suburban home with a separate living area for grandma. But the real challenge is finding a budget-friendly property in an exclusive school district.

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8:00
AM
Episode 301

Abby, David, and their son are already feeling the squeeze in their tiny home. And with another baby on the way, they've got just five months to relocate to their forever home. The couple's lofty plan hinges on selling their current home for top dollar, but with its lackluster unfinished interiors, that's not going to happen. Jonathan is determined to give the property the polish it needs, and narrowly averts a crisis in the kitchen. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a budget dream home that matches the family's extensive wish list. That's easier said than done, because while David has his eye on a fixer-upper, Abby is set on finding a picture perfect move-in ready home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 310

Greg and Kristin's house used to be a perfect fit, but five kids later, it's bursting at the seams. The busy family is desperate for a sprawling suburban home where everyone will have a room of their own. But Mom and Dad have no time for house hunting. Not to mention their well-worn kid-centric home is overrun with toys and won't fetch the money they need to afford their dream home. Enter Drew and Jonathan Scott. The brothers are determined to turn things around for this great family. Jonathan starts with a makeover destined to transform the couple's home into a sophisticated adult-friendly space, but the bathroom demolition reveals a major surprise. Meanwhile, Drew's challenge is to find a spacious six-bedroom home on a limited budget. And Greg and Kristin soon realize they may have to sacrifice their preferred location to get everything else on their wish list.

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10:00
AM
Episode 306

With three-year-old twin girls and a baby boy, ex pro-footballer Adesola and his wife Jennifer are desperate to find a bigger nest. But with its rainbow palette, disastrous master bath, and toy-filled interiors, their house just isn't ready for the market. Drew and Jonathan agree it will take more than a makeover to sell the couple's house at top dollar. And while Jonathan gets busy with a major overhaul, Drew leads the search for a move-in ready property. When a potentially lethal hazard is uncovered, the family must relocate to a hotel. And when a key deal falls through, the house hunt is back to square one.

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12:00
PM
Episode 113

Tarek and Christina follow up on a large family home in Fullerton, CA that is listed for $389,000. They tour the house with their contractor and discover that it will need extensive rehab. Not only will the interior need a full remodel, but the whole roof will also need to be replaced, multiple balconies will need to rebuilt from scratch, and the crumbling driveway needs to be entirely re-poured. However, it might be worth it because Tarek thinks a house this nice, in this area, will sell over $600,000, giving them potentially huge profit margins. But, the 1960's floor plan could seriously hinder its sale price. So Tarek and Christina check out a neighboring home with the identical floor plan that has been recently updated. They like it so much that they decide to replicate the house by opening up their kitchen and master bathroom walls. If they can modernize this mid-century home, it will appeal to a higher end buyer, but the scale of this remodel is pricey. So they cannot afford any unforeseen delays especially because they have to cover $600 a month in HOA fees themselves, until they can finish the rehab and sell the house. Will keeping up with the Joneses make them Flip or Flop?

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12:30
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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1:00
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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1:30
PM
Episode 109

Tarek snoops a small four bedroom foreclosure with a pool in La Mirada as Christina heads to the public foreclosure auction where the house is on the docket. Tarek calls Christina, and from his evaluation of the house, Christina bids and wins the house for $210,000, a smokin' deal! However, as soon as Tarek and Christina open the door, it's clear that this dilapidated house needs a full rehab from tip to tail. It's a disgusting, smelly, confusing mess of rooms, with piles of trash, and graffiti everywhere. Tarek seriously underestimated the home's rehab costs, as initial bids from contractors come in at $50,000 and up. The cost alone for cleaning up this flop house is expensive, but when they begin to discover a bevy of unpermitted construction, Tarek and Christina are forced to demo unpermitted additions and spend money to decrease their square footage! With a skyrocketing budget and a rehab plan, which actually might be de-valuing the house, will this flop house Flip Or Flop?

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2:00
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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2:30
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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3:00
PM
Episode HFORF-210PH

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a home in Anaheim, California that is being offered as a quick, all-cash sale with no inspections and no contingencies. This seems like a project that's right up their alley. But with a tenant still living in the property, Tarek and Christina can't see inside the home before deciding to make an offer and anything could be behind that front door. Will the unknown spell disaster or could a little tender loving care be all that's needed to reverse the woes of this neglected flip?

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3:30
PM
Episode 105

Tarek and Christina spot a gorgeous family home in an upscale neighborhood in Cypress, CA. They tour the house with their contractor, Izzy Battres, to see if they want make an offer, and are pleased to discover that the house has a large open floor plan, a downstairs bedroom (perfect for an older family member or a nanny), a bonus family room as well as a large designated office space upstairs. However, Izzy begins to point out troubling signs of water damage that cannot be thoroughly investigated until they own the house, because it will mean ripping into walls. But Tarek and Christina think a home like this could sell for over $700,000, so, even in light of their contractor's warnings, they decide the potential profit margins are worth the risk, and they get the house for $490,000. Construction begins and they quickly discover that the water leaks have created a severe case of black mold, and the rehab costs skyrocket. Will the costs of fixing this mess eat onto their profits, or will leaking pipes leave them underwater?

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4:00
PM
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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4:30
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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5:00
PM
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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5:30
PM
Episode 203

Tarek and Christina come across a bank-owned listing which has been on the market for fewer than 24 hours and is only accepting offers until 5:00pm the very same day. It's a house with great potential and Tarek is ready to pounce, so they make an offer and the bank accepts. But as renovation rolls along to bring this home to its true potential, problems arise. As budgets crash through ceilings and deadlines continue to be pushed, could this latest flip turn out to be nothing but trouble, or will it prove it always had nothing but potential?

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6:00
PM
Episode HFORF-204H

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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6:30
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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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 507

Truly an energetic match made in heaven, a couple and their darling toddler son retreat to the beaches of Point Pleasant in order to find the perfect house near the sand. But with child safety, parking, and of course being close to the water being must-haves, a local real estate pro has his work cut out for him. If he is able to get this Jersey family everything on this growing list, life will be great for everyone. With strange neighbors, a community with only sidewalks, and a budget of 360,000 dollars, getting the perfect beach house may prove to be a challenge.

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8:30
PM
Episode 508

Mary and Jason grew up spending their summers by the beach in Nags Head, NC. Fond of all their childhood memories, the couple wants to give their three sons the same unforgettable summers. With the help of local real estate agent, Randy Nance, the couple begins the search in hopes of finding a vacation home right on the sand, all for under $325,000.

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9:00
PM
Episode 204

On their first date, Martin told Ivy that he wanted to move to Puerto Rico one day. The two eventually married, settling in Flagstaff, Arizona and honeymooning in Puerto Rico.

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9:30
PM
Episode 208

Amy, Marc and their four kids considered themselves Midwest lifers, but when Marc's company offered him a chance to relocate to their St. Croix office, the couple decided to throw caution to the wind. In Michigan, both Amy and Marc work long hours, with longer commutes. St. Croix is a chance for them to readjust their priorities and focus more on life outside of work. In addition to the island's nonstop heavenly water, weather, mountains and beauty, they are thrilled to discover that their children's island school offers more time for exploration and smaller class sizes. All they need now is the perfect place to call home!

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10:00
PM
Episode 113

Nesward and his wife Jackie lived in Alaska years ago for his job as a rescue swimmer with the Coast Guard. Now, three daughters later, the family has been living in Nesward's native Hawaii with his parents. Life is good, but they never stopped missing Alaska.

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10:30
PM
Episode 102

Pablo and Michelle are a newly engaged couple with a romantic story. On their first date Pablo took Michelle on a romantic helicopter ride around Los Angeles and it was love at first flight! The couple now resides in vibrant town of Homestead, FL, near South Beach. Although Pablo has enjoyed the Keys since he was a child, they became even more special to him with Michelle in his life. The Keys are a part of their love story. What started as a yearly romantic getaway blossomed into island visits that they'd plan as much as possible.

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11:00
PM
Episode 9009

New Orleans newlyweds, Zach and Christie, are ready to stop sharing walls in their cozy Garden District apartment complex and buy a home of their own. They have their sights set on old Victorian or shotgun style home in either the Uptown area or the Garden District. As transplants from Los Angeles, they're excited by how much further their budget will go in New Orleans, but this Big Easy search might end up being a lot harder than they expect.

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11:30
PM
Episode 6709

Humberto Estrada grew up straddling the border between the US and Mexico and loved experiencing both cultures. With a real estate downturn in the US, Humberto sees the opportunity to share his cultural heritage with his two daughters. But his family is less enthusiastic and while he dreams of living the good life, his wife Rose wants an easy transition for their daughters. With Humberto pushing for gorgeous views, Rose is countering with amenities and convenience. They'll have to get on the same page, when House Hunters International crosses the border, to Rosarito, Mexico.

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12:00
AM
Episode 204

On their first date, Martin told Ivy that he wanted to move to Puerto Rico one day. The two eventually married, settling in Flagstaff, Arizona and honeymooning in Puerto Rico.

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12:30
AM
Episode 208

Amy, Marc and their four kids considered themselves Midwest lifers, but when Marc's company offered him a chance to relocate to their St. Croix office, the couple decided to throw caution to the wind. In Michigan, both Amy and Marc work long hours, with longer commutes. St. Croix is a chance for them to readjust their priorities and focus more on life outside of work. In addition to the island's nonstop heavenly water, weather, mountains and beauty, they are thrilled to discover that their children's island school offers more time for exploration and smaller class sizes. All they need now is the perfect place to call home!

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1:00
AM
Episode 113

Nesward and his wife Jackie lived in Alaska years ago for his job as a rescue swimmer with the Coast Guard. Now, three daughters later, the family has been living in Nesward's native Hawaii with his parents. Life is good, but they never stopped missing Alaska.

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1:30
AM
Episode 102

Pablo and Michelle are a newly engaged couple with a romantic story. On their first date Pablo took Michelle on a romantic helicopter ride around Los Angeles and it was love at first flight! The couple now resides in vibrant town of Homestead, FL, near South Beach. Although Pablo has enjoyed the Keys since he was a child, they became even more special to him with Michelle in his life. The Keys are a part of their love story. What started as a yearly romantic getaway blossomed into island visits that they'd plan as much as possible.

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2:00
AM
Episode 9009

New Orleans newlyweds, Zach and Christie, are ready to stop sharing walls in their cozy Garden District apartment complex and buy a home of their own. They have their sights set on old Victorian or shotgun style home in either the Uptown area or the Garden District. As transplants from Los Angeles, they're excited by how much further their budget will go in New Orleans, but this Big Easy search might end up being a lot harder than they expect.

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2:30
AM
Episode 6709

Humberto Estrada grew up straddling the border between the US and Mexico and loved experiencing both cultures. With a real estate downturn in the US, Humberto sees the opportunity to share his cultural heritage with his two daughters. But his family is less enthusiastic and while he dreams of living the good life, his wife Rose wants an easy transition for their daughters. With Humberto pushing for gorgeous views, Rose is countering with amenities and convenience. They'll have to get on the same page, when House Hunters International crosses the border, to Rosarito, Mexico.

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3:00
AM
Episode 507

Truly an energetic match made in heaven, a couple and their darling toddler son retreat to the beaches of Point Pleasant in order to find the perfect house near the sand. But with child safety, parking, and of course being close to the water being must-haves, a local real estate pro has his work cut out for him. If he is able to get this Jersey family everything on this growing list, life will be great for everyone. With strange neighbors, a community with only sidewalks, and a budget of 360,000 dollars, getting the perfect beach house may prove to be a challenge.

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3:30
AM
Episode 508

Mary and Jason grew up spending their summers by the beach in Nags Head, NC. Fond of all their childhood memories, the couple wants to give their three sons the same unforgettable summers. With the help of local real estate agent, Randy Nance, the couple begins the search in hopes of finding a vacation home right on the sand, all for under $325,000.

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