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Monday, Jul 18

6:30
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Episode 106

After slogging through over a hundred open houses and losing numerous bidding wars Tova and Marnie are itching to get out of their tiny condo. Sarah comes to the rescue, showing them the potential in three houses that offer the space and practicality they each crave. Once Tova and Marnie buy, Sarah renovates the one room in their new home that takes it from so-so to hell-o!

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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
AM
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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8:30
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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9:00
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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9:30
AM
Episode 110

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

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10:00
AM
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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10:30
AM
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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11:00
AM
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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11:30
AM
Episode 310

Tarek and Christina are busier than ever with their growing business. As a result, when a fellow flipper contacts them about partnering on a house and he wants to split the time, money, and profit 50/50, they are very interested. But flipping is not a team sport; it's a competitive business and trade secrets are a closely guarded commodity. Can Tarek and Christina play both mentor and business partner? Will they all see eye to eye on budget and design, or could disagreement dissolve friendship and profit into a flip with the enemy?

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12:00
PM
Episode 402

Tarek and Christina are contacted by an out-of-state seller looking to sell an old family home. It's a large house in original condition and could be a great flip. But it's also more expensive than their usual projects and the renovation could get pricey on this midcentury modern time capsule. Can Tarek and Christina turn a big money profit from this big money flip?

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12:30
PM
Episode 409

Tarek and Christina spot a listing for a small home near the beach in Costa Mesa, California. The home is in rough shape and will surely require a lot of work to renovate, but it's in a desirable and eclectic neighborhood and properties in the surrounding beachside communities command top dollar. Can Tarek and Christina transform this house from the worst on the block to the showpiece by the beach, or could a ballooning budget prove this diamond in the rough to be a lump of coal?

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1:00
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Episode 111

Rob Irwin knows a lot about form and function working together, which is absolutely necessary to tiny-house living. This industrial designer is building a 300-square feet house with all sorts of engineering feats and eco-friendly features including a butterfly-angled roof that captures rain water, an attached chicken coop that lets you grab fresh eggs from inside the house, an aquaponics system where he can grow fresh herbs year-round, solar panels for heating, and even an efficient climbing wall to get to the loft! This is eco-living tiny-style!

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1:30
PM
Episode 101

Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh don't want roots. These 20-somethings plan to make America their backyard with an adventure house-on-wheels. They've studied the options and decided to build their dream tiny home from scratch, but which builder has just the right plans to make their vision come to fruition? Tumbleweed Tiny House Company out of Sonoma, California, features a range of tiny beauties that are customizable. Our couple can let the company's team of builders make it from scratch for $45,000+ or they can pour sweat equity into the project and save half the price.

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2:00
PM
Episode 112

The tiny house movement is all about restoring old materials. Charles Kern and Dakota Hills are taking the idea one step further. They purchased an old bus and are transforming it into a tiny house unlike any other! They're popping the top, adding wood paneling, handcrafted cabinetry and a rooftop deck to convert the space into their own personal cozy cabin. The coolest feature of all? Their Murphy bed/office desk/yoga studio.

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2:30
PM
Episode 209

Avid skier and snowboarder, Bridget Culp and Billy Lee, are leaving their expensive Denver rental behind to build a tiny house on a super frugal budget. Using reclaimed and free materials, they plan to finish their rustic tiny house-on-wheels in just six weeks before they take it on the ultimate ski road trip back to their hometown of Portland. With an insanely small budget will they have what it takes to get this house ready for the road trip of their dreams?

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3:00
PM
Episode 214

David and Teresa Crawford love their lives in Michigan but hate the winter weather. When Teresa approached her husband with the idea of going tiny and traveling south during snow season, he was intrigued. With the help of their family and friends, the Crawford's are building a tiny house so they can be snowbirds! Building on a 36-foot trailer, the Crawford's large 'tiny' will include a back deck large enough to transport David's motorcycle, a convertible guest bed couch, a built-in wine tap and a closed-off and completely private master bedroom.

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3:30
PM
Episode 212

When Jason and Blair realized the next few years of their lives would be mobile, they started looking for a solution. Their plan is to salvage a junkyard school bus and make it into stellar digs. The compact 100 square feet of space has lots of clever features including a wood-burning stove, a dining area that converts into a master bedroom, an on-the-go garden and a rooftop deck for stargazing.

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4:00
PM
Episode 205

Texans Cody and Alexia St. John hire a builder who specializes in tiny houses that promise resale value. Bo Bezdek creates an adjustable loft floor that works great for the couple's nursery, and even better for reselling the house after the baby grows. The beautiful 28-foot home also boasts other sellable features including a custom armoire with combined stairs and a full-size kitchen. But the couple faces a few speed bumps when skeptical family comes to visit for the first time.

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4:30
PM
Episode 110

Kris Anderson and Betty Johnston are on a mission for freedom. They were both working dead-end jobs in Oklahoma, trying to balance work and their passions, when they saw a documentary about tiny houses and made a plan. Kris, an aspiring artist, and Betty, a hair and makeup stylist, are creating a tiny house-on- wheels that will allow them to work from anywhere across the country. Their dream home is based on one of Kris' original designs!

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5:00
PM
Episode 104

When full-time college student, Kaitlin Snyder-Patterson, came to the conclusion that renting an apartment was bleeding her dry, she took a serious interest in the tiny house movement. And, when her dad, Mike Snyder, heard that his daughter was serious about becoming debt free, he quickly volunteered his build and engineering expertise to help his daughter's tiny house dream come true. Where Mike has the mad construction skills, Kaitlin has über artistic sense. Together, they build a fun and functional rent-free residence that includes a hidden staircase.

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5:30
PM
Episode 210

Personal trainers Mike and Jasmine want a house that's tailored to their fitness lifestyle. With traditional real estate out of their reach, they've decided to think outside the box. They've hired seasoned tiny house builders Sean McDonnel and Greg Zocher to create a 330-square foot fitness nest which not only provides all the popular necessities, but also a climbing wall, climbing bars, climbing rope, weight storage, and a pneumatic transforming table!

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6:00
PM
Episode 207

It's not every day that a family upgrades to a tiny house. But Tom and Hannah Pellett are doing just that – moving from a 120-square-foot travel trailer to a roomy 300-square-foot tiny house built by their friend and contractor Rob Grosse. The tricky assignment for Rob is building a tiny house that has enough comfort and storage for the couple and their first baby. Hannah and Tom are only weeks away from delivery day and the house must be done before the baby is born as Hannah is planning on a home birth!

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6:30
PM
Episode 113

Pipeline controls specialist Mark Eaves and wife Angela Eaves, an ultrasound technologist, don't believe everything in Texas needs to be big - especially when it comes to their house! The two need to relocate often for work and they're tired of constantly moving from one rental to another. The perfect solution? A tiny home-on-wheels that goes wherever they go. No need to pack and unpack ever again!

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7:00
PM
Episode 109

Jarrod and Ali Boyle have always loved living tiny. Both remember a time when life was simpler with few material possessions, and, at a moment's notice they could take off in their small camper to go exploring on our great nation's highways. Having a family, left that life behind.....until now! As owners of a Washington family winery, Jarrod and Ali wish to re-visit their tiny, carefree past with not one tiny house but TWO! Each tiny home will possess its own unique style. And here's the twist... the Boyles challenge two teams of builders to create the most amazing tiny guest abode ever! Bragging rights are at stake when these two teams go neck-and-neck to build the best 'tiny' in only ten days!

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7:30
PM
Episode 204

Chrissy is all about saving the planet. She'd like to incorporate as many reclaimed or reused materials as she can in her own tiny house build in Burlington, Vermont. Her builder Seth isn't too keen on the idea due to the wear and tear of recycled items. Can Chrissy and Seth work together in order to meet her deadline to move in.... or will Chrissy have to give in on some of her "green" dreams?

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8:00
PM
Episode 211

Actor Seth Numrich was inspired from a young age by Henry David Thoreau's 'Walden' and the idea of being self-sufficient and self-sustaining. His goal is to build a home to take wherever his next acting job lands him -- and with the help of solar panels, a rainwater harvesting system, and a wind turbine he will have the ability to live completely off the grid.

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8:30
PM
Episode 203

Caitlin and Zach Hogan want a house that perfectly fits the needs of their family of four. Fortunately, they have just the right builder! Josh Battis is creating a revolutionary staircase that doubles as a hidden pantry - with a removable lower step for child safety. The couples' toddlers will also get their very own bunk beds that fold into the wall to reveal a play area. The house also includes all sorts of hidden storage and multi-functional features. The only catch? The cozy home must be finished before the family moves to Nevada for a new career opportunity.

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10:00
PM
Episode 11509

A geodesic dome home with plenty of space to build his robots would be a dream come true for a Seattle software engineer, but his wife insists on a Craftsman-style home with space for her craft room. Can they settle on a home that fits both their sensibilities?

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10:30
PM
Episode 9506

Liz and Tony love life with their four kids in Melbourne. In fact, they love it so much that until very recently, they've never left the area. All that changed when they visited Paris a few years back, and now Liz is determined to break into their modest savings and buy a dream Parisian apartment. Unfortunately for them, Paris isn't so obscure to the rest of the world, and affordable real estate is hard to come by. With Tony stuck in Melbourne for work, Liz will only have her teenage daughter to help find an affordable Parisian gem big enough for six and she won't take 'non' for an answer.

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11:00
PM
Episode 311

After giving away most of their possessions, Kenny and Elaine are looking to simplify their lives and go tiny in Elaine's hometown of Kansas City, MO. Elaine wants a sleeping loft that's easy for their cat Daisy to access. But fitting into a cramped loft might take Kenny out of his comfort zone. With a budget of only $30,000 and differing ideas of a good night's sleep, will they be able to find their dream home?

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11:30
PM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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1:00
AM
Episode 11509

A geodesic dome home with plenty of space to build his robots would be a dream come true for a Seattle software engineer, but his wife insists on a Craftsman-style home with space for her craft room. Can they settle on a home that fits both their sensibilities?

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1:30
AM
Episode 9506

Liz and Tony love life with their four kids in Melbourne. In fact, they love it so much that until very recently, they've never left the area. All that changed when they visited Paris a few years back, and now Liz is determined to break into their modest savings and buy a dream Parisian apartment. Unfortunately for them, Paris isn't so obscure to the rest of the world, and affordable real estate is hard to come by. With Tony stuck in Melbourne for work, Liz will only have her teenage daughter to help find an affordable Parisian gem big enough for six and she won't take 'non' for an answer.

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2:00
AM
Episode 311

After giving away most of their possessions, Kenny and Elaine are looking to simplify their lives and go tiny in Elaine's hometown of Kansas City, MO. Elaine wants a sleeping loft that's easy for their cat Daisy to access. But fitting into a cramped loft might take Kenny out of his comfort zone. With a budget of only $30,000 and differing ideas of a good night's sleep, will they be able to find their dream home?

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2:30
AM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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3:00
AM
Episode 211

Actor Seth Numrich was inspired from a young age by Henry David Thoreau's 'Walden' and the idea of being self-sufficient and self-sustaining. His goal is to build a home to take wherever his next acting job lands him -- and with the help of solar panels, a rainwater harvesting system, and a wind turbine he will have the ability to live completely off the grid.

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3:30
AM
Episode 203

Caitlin and Zach Hogan want a house that perfectly fits the needs of their family of four. Fortunately, they have just the right builder! Josh Battis is creating a revolutionary staircase that doubles as a hidden pantry - with a removable lower step for child safety. The couples' toddlers will also get their very own bunk beds that fold into the wall to reveal a play area. The house also includes all sorts of hidden storage and multi-functional features. The only catch? The cozy home must be finished before the family moves to Nevada for a new career opportunity.

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