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Flipping team Tarek and Christina have viewers on the edge of their seats as they purchase dilapidated properties for cash, sometimes sight unseen, and then renovate and flip them for resale. From the nail-biting purchase at auction, to the sometimes-exasperating renovations, discouraging showings and exhilarating sale, will they Flip or Flop?
Tarek and Christina check out a home with a tight profit margin in Whittier, California. The house is in good shape though, and it shouldn't take much time or money to transform this property. It's a risk, but as long as they stick to the schedule and budget they could turn a quick profit and move on to their next flip. Will it finally be smooth sailing on this project or will setbacks threaten Tarek and Christina's fast money flip?
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a home in Riverside, California, with a massive backyard. It has great views and room to create a pool and outdoor living area fit for a five-star resort. The potential is there to make this the biggest backyard transformation they've ever done, but it won't come cheaply and they risk spending more than they can get back. Can Tarek and Christina create and reap the rewards of a resort-style backyard or could rising costs threaten to sink this backyard staycation dream home?
With Christina pregnant on bed rest Tarek enlists help from his friend and real estate partner Pete DeBest. They go on the search for their next big project and land a great deal on a run down house in Corona, CA. Once they crack open the door they see that they have their work cut out for them on this one. Will these old friends be able to work together to resurrect this home or will Christina's absence spell disaster for this flip?
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a house in the exploding market of Torrance, California, that is not only in rough shape, but also has known foundation issues. Right away it seems like this might be a bad buy, but the land value alone could make this flip worth the risk.
Tarek and Christina get a smoking deal on a house in an up-and-coming neighborhood of Garden Grove, CA. With not too much work to be done, this house should be quick flip for them. Can they keep this flip on schedule or will unpredictable problems douse this hot market flip?
Tarek and Christina see a great opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom house in Whittier, CA, for a low price since the seller is looking to unload it quickly and it is still tenant occupied. Their hopes are high, but once they get inside they find that the tenants left the place in an absolute wreck. Will they be able to handle this mess or have they been deceived by what's on the outside?
Tarek and Christina team up with their friend Pete De Best on a house in Yorba Linda, CA. They've flipped houses with Pete and have had success, but he's a major penny pincher, and they must convince him that you have to spend money to make money.
Tarek and Christina spot a listing for a small home in the desirable neighborhood of Costa Mesa, California. The home is in rough shape and will surely require a lot of work to renovate, but they hope to transform this house from the worst on the block to the showpiece by the beach.
Tarek and Christina land on a small three-bedroom, two-bathroom home that needs a lot of work in Santa Ana, California. Once they get inside, they realize it needs more love than they expected. While deciding how to rehab the home, the duo clashes over style so they decide to compete to see whose design is better.
Tarek gets contacted by his friend Pete DeBest who wants to go 50/50 on a smoking deal on a house in La Habra, CA. With the new addition of baby Brayden to the family they have their hand full. So while Christina is busy with Brayden, Tarek will team up with Pete to tackle this flip. Will the friendly duo be able to pull it off or will unforeseen problems sink this substitute flip?
Tarek and Christina flip a house in Fullerton, CA, right across the street from Tarek's first flip. Before renovating, they have to deal with crumbling concrete, and they need to figure out the market for the house. A lot has changed since Tarek's first flip, and changes bring new challenges.
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a home in Hacienda Heights, California, where they find some outdated designs and others that are in-style once again. The retro property could be profitable in this hot market, or they might just find something hiding underneath the old shag rug.
From dirty carpets to rotten food, Tarek and Christina thought they had seen the worst of this house in Cerritos, California. After finding a bird cage with years of mess, they struggle to see past the trash and transform this home into a profitable flip.
Tarek and Christina are contacted by a realtor about an exciting new listing. So new, in fact, that the realtor doesn't even have keys yet. If Tarek and Christina want to buy this house, they'll have to do so sight unseen. The price is right and the profit potential is huge, but who knows what lurks behind that front door? Can Tarek and Christina stay on budget or will they be left clawing for profits on this cat nip flip?
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a four-bedroom home in Cypress, California, that the owner is looking to sell quickly. The home is a mess but already has an open floor plan, which will save them money in the long run. When they start demo on the kitchen, Tarek and Christina discover the ceiling isn't supported correctly, and they will have to reinforce it or add a post, which will close off the space. A house that was once beaming with potential could end up costing them more than they expected.
Tarek and Christina flip a house with a weird vibe in Anaheim, CA. From the start, they can't tell if someone is squatting in the house or if the neighborhood hoodlums are pranking them.
Tarek and Christina get a good lead on a 1500 sq. ft. house in Whittier, CA. The home is dirty and dated, with a large fireplace in the center that will cost a fortune to update. They struggle to find a happy medium between design cost and profitability, but run the risk of underestimating the flip and ending up at rock bottom.
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a house in Rowland Heights, CA. This three-bedroom, two-bath house should be a quick flip, but once they get inside they find big problems that will take all their skills to fix.
Tarek and Christina flip a large home in the unfamiliar neighborhood of Arcadia, CA, but their differing opinions threaten their profit margin in an area with a high market standard.
Tarek's friend, Robert, wants to get into flipping and they buy a home sight unseen in Lakewood, CA. When they discover it's a major hoarder house filled to the brim with junk, Robert worries they made a mistake.
Tarek and Christina take on a Laguna Hills, CA, house in a cookie-cutter neighborhood. When they arrive at the home, they find torn-up drywall and missing exterior siding, making them wonder why someone would leave the property in such a hurry.
Tarek and Christina take a gamble on a million-dollar possibility in Anaheim Hills, CA, that is rotted with mold. Tarek wrestles with keeping the project on track while Christina tip-toes around her ex being in a bad mood as things get worse with the home. The duo will have to come together and agree on a solid design if they want to sell the house for over a million dollars, otherwise this rotten flip may prove to be more than they can handle.
Tarek and Christina are contacted about home in El Monte, California, but they can't take a look at the inside before making an offer. After checking out the outside, they make an offer and get it for a good price. But they think twice after they get inside and realize that they might have spent too much on this flip. Will they be able to keep costs to a minimum and maximize their profit, or did they jump the gun on this false-start flip?
Tarek and Christina take a gamble on a tri-level house in Irvine, CA, buying it sight unseen. The neighborhood is hot, but the house needs a lot of work. After opening up the tiny kitchen and updating the master bedroom, there's still a lot to do with a shrinking budget.
Tarek and Christina are contacted about a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Anaheim, CA. The home appears to be in great shape and already has some major renovations completed, but the owner doesn't know how much they want to sell it for. There are structural issues that will have to be addressed before Christina's vision can come to fruition, but if she can pull it off, she and Tarek can make big bucks off this property. Is this house a flipper's dream home or are the structural issues the first of many problems to come?
Tarek and Christina take a risk on an unseen house in Orange, California, but they soon discover it's been vandalized and the owners covered a gross pool in the backyard. As more issues pop up, Tarek and Christina worry they won't recoup their costs.
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