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Saturday, Mar 21

7:00
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Episode 1012F

Perhaps the only thing better than a hilltop Los Angeles home with panoramic views of the valley is a sumptuous party room that offers up some gorgeous sightseeing of its own. Josh Temple and his team will turn a salt water aquarium into a unique wet bar backed with custom wenge shelves, build a floor to ceiling 3-D fire feature skinned in Calcutta porcelain slab, fabricate a streamlined coffee table, install rich, durable laminate floors, then glam it all up with sofas, chairs, wall unit and an oversized tri-globe chandelier studded with cut crystal dangles.

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7:30
AM
Episode 910

A dark garage attached to a small house in Portland, Oregon is converted into a master bedroom retreat giving this family of five a much bigger living space. What was dark exposed wood and a junky storage garage is completely transformed into a bright master bedroom with eight-foot folding doors, a custom headboard, a living art door and all new floors. Plus, a newly sectioned off space becomes a mudroom with all custom storage, porcelain floors and reclaimed wood storage.

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8:00
AM
Episode 1010F

Josh Temple tackles his most challenging renovation to date to turn a cold, mishmash space into 2 distinct but welcoming gathering spots. The top level features a quiet reading library complete with a sleek partition, cushioned storage bench, and a picture frame panel that doubles as a railing. Below, all new dual pane windows and a slider will add light while a brand new firebox lined with floor to ceiling porcelain tile brings in much needed warmth. The room is rounded out with all new furnishings, plenty of bookshelves, a Z-shaped glass top coffee table, a side table with a built in lamp, and rich birch hardwood throughout.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1013F

An outdated and boring living room crammed with music gear and overtaken by the family dog gets a complete facelift and turned into the ultimate mid century music lounge. An old faux stone fireplace is replaced with hand made subway tile and sleek white marble hearth. Worn carpet is replaced with dark hardwood floors. A custom bar with staggered shelving and hidden bar storage become the focus of the room. A new media center flanks the wall for a brand new TV. Plus, a one of a kind walnut and glass coffee table and dimensional wall panels create one hip living room.

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9:00
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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9:30
AM
Episode 107

Tarek and Christina spot a large house in Ontario CA, going to auction for an opening bid 150K. But it's too far away to snoop and the auction starts in less than an hour. Based on comps, which are $240K-$260K, they take a leap of faith and head to the auction where they win the house for $180K. It's always nerve wracking to buy a house sight-unseen, but while walking through the house with their contractor, Dan Messina, it seems to be mostly cosmetic and can be done for 30K in 30 days. But after the work begins they find rotted wood, which leads to extensive termite damage. Will these termites destroy their budget to update the house? Will they be able to make the upgrades that will attract buyers? Or will they be forced to market this Inland Empire Cosmetic Nightmare as is.

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10:00
AM
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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10:30
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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11:00
AM
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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11:30
AM
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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12:00
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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12:30
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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1:00
PM
Episode 813

When Siobhan and Duncan bought this 1200 square foot suburban starter home eleven years ago, it was just what they needed. But one decade and two growing kids later, Siobhan and Duncan no longer see eye-to-eye on their tiny home. Duncan promised Siobhan renovations that never seem to get taken care of and after years of waiting for his miraculous fixes, this house is only getting less functional for the family of four. Siobhan's list of imperfections starts in the basement, carries up through the house, and ends in the main floor bathroom. And handyman Duncan's solutions haven't done anything to ease her pain. Hoping to be the one to release this family from the confines of their home, competitors designer Hilary and realtor David arrive to assess the situation. Desperate for a house that functions for this growing family of four, Siobhan and Duncan will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?

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2:00
PM
Episode 910

When Sarah and Andrew became parents of two girls, they knew it was finally time to buy a house and opted for a quaint home in a central neighborhood. With enough bedrooms for everybody and a newly renovated basement to appease Andrew's tennis obsession, it seemed this house was perfect- until mother nature intervened with an unexpected third child. This growing family now needs another bedroom upstairs, a functional space for a nanny, and an open concept main floor. Hopefully competitors Designer Hilary and Realtor David can solve this puzzle for a rapidly expanding family. Designer Hilary and her team plan to create new spaces in their old place, while Realtor David attempts to find the family a new house to accommodate all the family needs. Desperate for a home that can equally accommodate a family of five and their nanny, Sarah and Andrew will have to decide if they can love their home again or will they list it?

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3:00
PM
Episode HLILI-906ZH

By the time Bevin landed with Jacqueline in her 3-story home in the city, it had long held a special place in Jacqueline's heart, since she inherited it from her beloved grandmother. Shortly after having two kids of their own, Bevin's three children moved in too, quickly making this house of two become a house of seven in a matter of a few years. Turning this into a party of nine, Designer Hilary and Realtor David arrive. Hilary and her team plan to create an open concept main living area and to add more space and storage to encourage the family to stay. But David sets out to find a home to accommodate this ever-growing family of seven to show them what they could be living in. Desperate for a home that can comfortably accommodate their expanding bunch, Jacqueline and Bevin will have to decide- can they love their home again?or will they list it?

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4:00
PM
Episode 1002

Life was different 12 years ago when sisters Karine and Daphna first bought this 1600 square foot, suburban townhouse. But less than a year ago, after living separately for several years, their living arrangement changed once again. Karine is optimistic the familiar home can be a place of solace for her son James and their unique family arrangement. However, Daphna feels the three of them should start fresh in a space that functions for everyone. Pleasing both sisters will be no walk in the park, but Designer Hilary and Realtor David are ready to offer their expertise. Hilary is determined to carve out the extra room this family needs, while David can't help but hunt for the perfect, larger home he knows is out there. Desperate for a home that can live up to the new, family-sized demands of these reunited sisters, Karine and Daphna will have to decide: can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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5:00
PM
Episode 1011

When they first started out, Steve and Georgia loved this 3000 square foot duplex, but four kids and two renovations have left them with a house feeling divided and cramped. Hilary and David are each determined to find the solution for this large family. Desperate for a house that will enhance the health and well being for this large family, Steve and Georgia will have to ask themselves, can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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6:00
PM
Episode 1009

Single dad Rick met and fell in love with Christine, which turned his family of three into a family of five. Now they're all cramped in his two bedroom/one bathroom home. Hilary and her team plan to bring function to their home, and keep this new family together, while David searches for a bigger house on the same street. Desperate for a home that functions better for their family, Rick and Christine will have to decide can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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7:00
PM
Episode 1103

Vince and Jennifer bought their home when it perfectly fit their family of five. Since moving in their family has grown to nine, but their house cannot grow with them. In need of a bedroom for their toddler and a space for their teens, Vince is desperate to find more space to accommodate their large brood. Jennifer however cannot entertain the notation of leaving their neighbors and community. Will designer Hilary transform this home to create all the oversized family function Jennifer believes it can have, or will realtor David provide all the hassle free space Vince knows this family needs in a search for a new home?

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8:00
PM
Episode 708

Expecting their first child within months and fed up with squeezing into their urban condo, Derek and Jennifer are facing a serious time crunch in their search for a sprawling home in a family-friendly lakeside community. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a great property where they can put down roots. Sold on the brothers' fixer-upper strategy from the start, the couple immediately dives into an ambitious house hunt. But getting them to see the potential of ramshackle real estate proves tricky. Faced with the potential for multiple offers, Drew comes up with a heartfelt plea to win over the seller. Later, Jonathan is hit with a long list of setbacks that threaten to derail the budget and the design plan, and then a surprise delivery changes everything.

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9:00
PM
Episode HPBRS-502H

Sandra and Kyle have been renting her late grandma's shabby, outdated house and it's time for something more modern. They want an open concept design with a killer kitchen, on the subway line, and a short walk from all amenities. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. This time, however, Drew's first suggestion is a real surprise. The house also holds some unwanted glitches that add time and money to the redesign. As Sandra and Kyle struggle with living above the renos, Jonathan compensates with some retail therapy. But when a planned living room feature is threatened, the couple could start to regret their decision unless Jonathan can work his usual magic in time for move-in day.

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10:00
PM
Episode 508

Jason, Eleiza and their young daughter Lily have moved all over the world for his career as a physics professor, but they're ready to set down roots and buy their first home near his current job in the Hartford, Connecticut area. They both want a Cape Cod style home with at least three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and space for a home office for Eleiza's political consulting career. But he wants a more rural place close to his job that will shorten his commute and she wants a place near shops and restaurants. And they both want a home that uses very little plastic and instead features natural elements like stone and wood. Their combined wish list creates quite a challenge for their real estate agent Lisa Ogren as she lines up houses throughout the Hartford area. After finally agreeing on a home, Jason and Eleiza launch into their projects, including gutting the kitchen to bring in organic materials like granite and bamboo. Everything from unexpected structural issues to over sized doors will delay their progress, but in the end, with help from designer Lorey Cavanaugh and contractor Mike Shelto, they create a beautiful, natural home that their family can enjoy for years to come.

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11:00
PM
Episode 9512

After accepting a new job, Robert is moving his family from southern Virginia to the coastal town of Stuart, Florida. For Robert, who grew up in Miami, having a Mediterranean style home with a swimming pool is a must. Having grown up in Minneapolis, Carol Dee would rather have a ranch style home. But working with a tight time frame, and a limited supply of homes in their $300,000 price range, finding the right place is going to be a challenge.

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11:30
PM
Episode 7008

Karl is an airline pilot from Sweden and his wife Aude is a graphic designer from France. They met in Hong Kong and because their jobs allow them to settle virtually anywhere they want, they've been living in Girona, Spain. But now these citizens of the world have a young daughter and another baby on the way, and they've decided they'd rather raise their kids in the remote hills of Tuscany. Aude wants a home with no neighbors in the middle of nowhere, but Karl has to live close to the airport for work. Find out if they can get everything they need as House Hunters International visits Tuscany, Italy.

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12:00
AM
Episode HPBRS-502H

Sandra and Kyle have been renting her late grandma's shabby, outdated house and it's time for something more modern. They want an open concept design with a killer kitchen, on the subway line, and a short walk from all amenities. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. This time, however, Drew's first suggestion is a real surprise. The house also holds some unwanted glitches that add time and money to the redesign. As Sandra and Kyle struggle with living above the renos, Jonathan compensates with some retail therapy. But when a planned living room feature is threatened, the couple could start to regret their decision unless Jonathan can work his usual magic in time for move-in day.

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1:00
AM
Episode 508

Jason, Eleiza and their young daughter Lily have moved all over the world for his career as a physics professor, but they're ready to set down roots and buy their first home near his current job in the Hartford, Connecticut area. They both want a Cape Cod style home with at least three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and space for a home office for Eleiza's political consulting career. But he wants a more rural place close to his job that will shorten his commute and she wants a place near shops and restaurants. And they both want a home that uses very little plastic and instead features natural elements like stone and wood. Their combined wish list creates quite a challenge for their real estate agent Lisa Ogren as she lines up houses throughout the Hartford area. After finally agreeing on a home, Jason and Eleiza launch into their projects, including gutting the kitchen to bring in organic materials like granite and bamboo. Everything from unexpected structural issues to over sized doors will delay their progress, but in the end, with help from designer Lorey Cavanaugh and contractor Mike Shelto, they create a beautiful, natural home that their family can enjoy for years to come.

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2:00
AM
Episode 9512

After accepting a new job, Robert is moving his family from southern Virginia to the coastal town of Stuart, Florida. For Robert, who grew up in Miami, having a Mediterranean style home with a swimming pool is a must. Having grown up in Minneapolis, Carol Dee would rather have a ranch style home. But working with a tight time frame, and a limited supply of homes in their $300,000 price range, finding the right place is going to be a challenge.

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2:30
AM
Episode 7008

Karl is an airline pilot from Sweden and his wife Aude is a graphic designer from France. They met in Hong Kong and because their jobs allow them to settle virtually anywhere they want, they've been living in Girona, Spain. But now these citizens of the world have a young daughter and another baby on the way, and they've decided they'd rather raise their kids in the remote hills of Tuscany. Aude wants a home with no neighbors in the middle of nowhere, but Karl has to live close to the airport for work. Find out if they can get everything they need as House Hunters International visits Tuscany, Italy.

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3:00
AM
Episode 708

Expecting their first child within months and fed up with squeezing into their urban condo, Derek and Jennifer are facing a serious time crunch in their search for a sprawling home in a family-friendly lakeside community. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a great property where they can put down roots. Sold on the brothers' fixer-upper strategy from the start, the couple immediately dives into an ambitious house hunt. But getting them to see the potential of ramshackle real estate proves tricky. Faced with the potential for multiple offers, Drew comes up with a heartfelt plea to win over the seller. Later, Jonathan is hit with a long list of setbacks that threaten to derail the budget and the design plan, and then a surprise delivery changes everything.

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