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Tuesday, Jun 16

6:30
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Episode 604

Jonathan and Maria are nearly finished renovating their 90-year-old home, but they have no idea how to tackle the largest hurdle: their super tiny, completely dysfunctional kitchen. Designer Genevieve Gorder lives in New York City, so she knows all about small spaces. She comes up with a new layout, giving the kitchen a great flow. Then she injects some modern style to the space with a great color palette that makes the room feel larger.

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7:00
AM
Episode 2207

After Audra and Brian adopted 4 siblings, their 1,000-square-foot rental very quickly became cramped. An exhausting and indecisive home search finally unearthed a hidden gem. Unfortunately no one can come to terms with closing costs. The realtors make one last ditch effort to close the deal, but will it be too little too late?

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7:30
AM
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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8:00
AM
Episode 111

After two-years of renting in the suburbs Evette and Jason are ready to commit. The issue: while the houses they've been viewing hare new, they're surprisingly not very well cared for. Sarah shows them the potential of three suburban homes, trying to mitigate the quirks they've seen time and again. Once Evette and Jason buy, Sarah wrangles sense and style into the one room in their new home that remains a puzzle!

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8:30
AM
Episode 110

How's this for pressure? Christa and Mike have 30-days to buy, seven-week old baby in tow! Sarah shows these two the potential of three suburban homes, each with fewer stairs than their current townhouse. Good thing, as Mike breaks his leg part way through the search. Once Christa and Mike buy, Sarah tears apart and renovates their deal breaker room, giving them a treat they so deserve!

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9:00
AM
Episode 107

As this newlywed's family starts to grow it's time for their home to do the same. Andrea and Wayne are hunting for charm and character that for one means turnkey and for the other means DIY. Sarah shows them the potential of three houses that are livable, but somewhat needy. Once Andrea and Wayne buy, Sarah renovates the room they can't figure out, setting them on course for future renos!

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9:30
AM
Episode 113

Even though they realize they need more space for their growing family, Jennifer and Matt are having a hard time thinking about leaving the home they love. Every house they've seen pales by comparison. Sarah shows them the potential of three homes, and tries to break this couple of their brick and mortar love affair. Once Jennifer and Matt buy, Sarah renovates the one room they can't stand, igniting their passion for their new home!

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10:00
AM
Episode 105

The very pregnant Caroline and Josh need out of his parents' house, where they're bunking to save money. Sarah shows them the potential of three houses, in which they can build a family. And it must happen asap as Caroline's due in a month! Once Caroline and Josh buy, Sarah renovates the one room that stands out as b-a-d. Baby arrives just as Sarah and crew bring this room to the finish line!

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10:30
AM
Episode 114

At first Afsaneh thought she was looking for a home on her own. Then boyfriend Andrew stepped into the picture, suggesting they look for a place together. Sarah shows the potential of three homes, careful to balance the needs and wants of each on this new adventure. Once Afsaneh and Andrew buy, Sarah renovates the one room they can't see past creating the impromptu love nest they wanted all along!

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11:00
AM
Episode 103

For Janice the suburban dream is about space and great schools, while for husband Colin it's all about his car collection. Sarah shows them the potential of three houses, each sprawling with the room they need, plus character, good school district and big driveways. Once Janice and Colin buy, Sarah renovates the one room in their home that lifts the one space that's critical to their family enjoyment!

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11:30
AM
Episode 102

Ameera and Ethan are getting married in a few weeks, and are each moving away from home for the first time! Sarah lends her expertise to these house-buying newbies, showing them the potential of three homes that focus on features and amenities that target their age group. Once Ameera and Ethan buy, Sarah renovates the one room in their new home that takes it over the threshold to terrific!

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12:00
PM
Episode 5403

Chad and Katie are looking for a home with room for Katie's shoe collection in downtown Austin, Texas. Trouble is, Chad is admittedly picky. Among other things, he wants a modern home in an area filled with vintage houses that Katie loves. With their wedding around the corner, will they find a home or will Chad drag his feet forever?

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12:30
PM
Episode 5906

When Danielle's boyfriend Jared mentioned he'd be willing to move to London, she jumped at the chance to make her dream of living abroad come true. But this couple's long wish list combined with their differing tastes in style, has their agent scrambling to meet their great expectations within the tight and pricy real estate market of London's chic, Chelsea neighborhood.

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1:00
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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1:30
PM
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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2:00
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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2:30
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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3:00
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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3:30
PM
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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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 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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5:00
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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5:30
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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6:00
PM
Episode 109

Dan and Melinda jump at an opportunity to purchase a property in Jenks, OK, before it goes to auction. After working on the renovations for two weeks, buyers see the house and make a down payment to Dan and Melinda, which is great news so early into the process. At least that's what they thought, until the buyers start making creative demands that are both expensive and contrary to Melinda's vision.

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6:30
PM
Episode 104

Dan and Melinda purchase a house in Highland Park, OK, with a dated design and an odd floor plan that quickly becomes a money pit. With a new issue that seems to come at every turn, they do their best to push forward with their new layout and fully modernize the home in a tight 6-week timeframe.

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7:00
PM
Episode 113

Nerves run high when Dan and Melinda purchase their largest flip to date—a 5000 square foot mansion in Bixby, OK. With a renovation budget that's nearly double what they're used to, finding water-damaged hardwood flooring in the kitchen stings more than usual because they're already spread so thin. It's going to take every ounce of money and manpower they can muster in this flip to complete the renovations and make a sale.

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7:30
PM
Episode 305

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a small house that's aggressively priced and could be a lucrative deal based on comparable sales in the neighborhood. They go to inspect the house before making a decision and find it boarded up and in rough shape. Despite its condition, the numbers are promising and they've done well in this area before. They decide to take the calculated risk and buy the home, its interior still sight unseen. Can Tarek and Christina keep this project under control to see risk through to reward or could hidden troubles turn this house into a toxic flip?

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8:00
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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8:30
PM
Episode 102

Tarek and Christina have had their eyes on a short sale in Anaheim Hills for about a month, when suddenly it goes to foreclosure auction, so they jump on it for $430K. They arrive at the house for a walk through with their contractor and discover that the house has been vandalized! All the widows are broken, the hardwood floors are hammered, and there's graffiti and food all over the place! But worst of all, concrete was poured in the sinks, showers and toilets, destroying the plumbing in the house! Now their entire budget will be spent just fixing this damage, instead of doing the upgrades that would attract buyers. Will Tarek and Christina pull through this nightmare and flip this house? Or will this vandalized foreclosure sink their flipping business and make this a FLOP?

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9:00
PM
Episode 307

Tarek and Christina find a listing in Norwalk, California with such an attractive opportunity for profit based on comparable properties that they immediately make an offer on the property, sight unseen. With 48 hours to back out or complete the deal, they call in several contractors to walk the property and present a competitive bid. But as work on this weathered house begins, will Tarek and Christina be able to maintain their projected profit margin or will a bursting budget dig this flip into a money pit?

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9:30
PM
Episode 312

Tarek and Christina spot a new listing in Buena Park, California that's small and run down but sits on a very large lot, offering possibilities for added value and increased profit. With a low asking price compared to comparable properties, the house is already attracting interest from other investors. With no time for close inspection Tarek and Christina place an offer; but do they really know what they're getting into? Do good flips come in small packages or could a flop be at the end of the road of this big lot little flip?

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10:00
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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10:30
PM
Episode 405

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a trust sale property in Anaheim, California with an original layout and a dated design. It's in good shape and seems like a mostly cosmetic project with a lot of potential. But when their project manager comes back with a ballooning budget and a laundry list of contingencies, Tarek and Christina wonder if this home has more potential than pitfalls. Still, skilled flippers that they are, Tarek and Christina don't back down from a challenge and know that with no risk, comes no reward.

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11:00
PM
Episode 311

Tarek and Christina find a clean house in good shape that is aggressively priced in comparison to comparable properties in the area. But the reality of a dream listing doesn't always live up to the hype so they head over to check out the house. It appears as good as advertised and Tarek and Christina quickly make an offer to snatch up this fast and simple cosmetic flip. But when they return as excited new owners a few days later, they are floored by what they discover. Can Tarek and Christina overcome a run of bad luck or will this once fast and easy flip prove some things are just too good to be true?

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11:30
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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12:00
AM
Episode 307

Tarek and Christina find a listing in Norwalk, California with such an attractive opportunity for profit based on comparable properties that they immediately make an offer on the property, sight unseen. With 48 hours to back out or complete the deal, they call in several contractors to walk the property and present a competitive bid. But as work on this weathered house begins, will Tarek and Christina be able to maintain their projected profit margin or will a bursting budget dig this flip into a money pit?

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12:30
AM
Episode 312

Tarek and Christina spot a new listing in Buena Park, California that's small and run down but sits on a very large lot, offering possibilities for added value and increased profit. With a low asking price compared to comparable properties, the house is already attracting interest from other investors. With no time for close inspection Tarek and Christina place an offer; but do they really know what they're getting into? Do good flips come in small packages or could a flop be at the end of the road of this big lot little flip?

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1:00
AM
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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1:30
AM
Episode 405

Tarek and Christina get a lead on a trust sale property in Anaheim, California with an original layout and a dated design. It's in good shape and seems like a mostly cosmetic project with a lot of potential. But when their project manager comes back with a ballooning budget and a laundry list of contingencies, Tarek and Christina wonder if this home has more potential than pitfalls. Still, skilled flippers that they are, Tarek and Christina don't back down from a challenge and know that with no risk, comes no reward.

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2:00
AM
Episode 311

Tarek and Christina find a clean house in good shape that is aggressively priced in comparison to comparable properties in the area. But the reality of a dream listing doesn't always live up to the hype so they head over to check out the house. It appears as good as advertised and Tarek and Christina quickly make an offer to snatch up this fast and simple cosmetic flip. But when they return as excited new owners a few days later, they are floored by what they discover. Can Tarek and Christina overcome a run of bad luck or will this once fast and easy flip prove some things are just too good to be true?

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2:30
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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3:00
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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3:30
AM
Episode 102

Tarek and Christina have had their eyes on a short sale in Anaheim Hills for about a month, when suddenly it goes to foreclosure auction, so they jump on it for $430K. They arrive at the house for a walk through with their contractor and discover that the house has been vandalized! All the widows are broken, the hardwood floors are hammered, and there's graffiti and food all over the place! But worst of all, concrete was poured in the sinks, showers and toilets, destroying the plumbing in the house! Now their entire budget will be spent just fixing this damage, instead of doing the upgrades that would attract buyers. Will Tarek and Christina pull through this nightmare and flip this house? Or will this vandalized foreclosure sink their flipping business and make this a FLOP?

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