Ken and Anita Corsini get a hot lead on a wholesale property in Marietta, Georgia. It could be a diamond in the rough, but after sitting vacant for four years it has more problems than they bargained for. Can they restore this old Southern home to its former glory and flip it for a profit in the process?
Ken and Anita Corsini flip a trashed rental house in Smyrna, Georgia, a popular Atlanta suburb. The house is on a big lot, and sales prices in the area look good, but the old structure reveals that it's more than just another ugly house.
Ken and Anita Corsini get a lead on a 1950s brick ranch house in Ken's hometown of Marietta, Georgia. The margins are tight on this flip, so they need to balance inexpensive cosmetic fixes with big renovations in the kitchen and master suite. To sell this house for top dollar, Ken and Anita have to nail the rehab without going over their small renovation budget.
Ken and Anita Corsini land an estate sale bargain house in a suburb of Atlanta, GA, for only $50,000, but it needs at least that much in repairs. Their renovation is plagued by issues that put them behind schedule to the point of pulling an all-nighter to get ready for their open house. After putting in extra time and money, will the house be a flop despite all of their efforts?
Ken and Anita Corsini get a lead on a small property in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Atlanta, GA, and realize they will need to get creative. But as renovation begins, problems come to light and Mother Nature takes over. With time against them, Ken and Anita work to finish the house quickly and hope to still turn a profit.
Ken and Anita Corsini buy a house in Decatur, Georgia, but it's on a street that has not had any turnover, and all the houses are dated brick ranches. To turn a profit, they must update the inside and make the outside stand out with a clever makeover.
Ken and Anita Corsini buy a house sight unseen through an online auction and discover they got much more than they bargained for. As the renovation begins, the project turns into a complete rebuild and the couple must overcome setbacks to keep this renovation from turning into a total flop.
Ken and Anita Corsini are in Tucker, Georgia, a newly incorporated suburb of Atlanta, to flip a home that has been tied up in estate dealings for years. The house needs a lot of remodeling to update the floor plan, but unpleasant surprises pile up and the flip gets shut down in the middle of renovations.
Ken and Anita Corsini receive a tip from an investor about a big house on an acre lot in Stone Mountain, GA, but when they arrive, they are shocked by what they find. However, the couple knows that with some heavy lifting and imagination, they can turn this trashed out house into a buyer's dream.
Ken and Anita Corsini buy a farmhouse sight unseen on a large plot of land, and arrive to find a home in a neighborhood of all new construction. After a back-and-forth flip strategy, Ken and Anita discover a huge issue in the backyard that could potentially cost them tens of thousands of dollars and shut them down for months.
Ken and Anita Corsini purchase a 1,000-square-foot home in an up-and-coming Atlanta neighborhood. Not only does the house have a hideous all-tile exterior, but they also find serious problems with the foundation. On top of it all, they must get creative if they want their flip to compete with the neighboring homes.
Ken and Anita Corsini get a bargain on an ugly 1970s split-level house in the sophisticated neighborhood of Buckhead, GA. It's more expensive than their typical flips and the renovation is pricey, but the potential for profit is way too good to pass up. Can Ken and Anita give this house what it needs to attract high-end buyers and turn their biggest profit yet without breaking the bank?
Ken and Anita Corsini buy a house in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Atlanta, Georgia. The project should be a quick and easy flip but as soon as construction begins, problems with the foundation unravel and hefty overages start piling up. Will Ken and Anita be able to take a small, rundown home and transform it into an open concept that buyers will love?
Ken and Anita Corsini buy an outdated midcentury house in the Beltline area of Atlanta. With its convenient location near recreation, shopping and the downtown area, the deal is a no-brainer, but it comes with a hefty price tag and rehab budget to match. Can Ken and Anita stay on budget while keeping the home's unique architecture and upscale buyers in mind?