Ken and Anita purchase a 100-year-old duplex in the heart of Westside Atlanta with plans to transform it into a single-family home. Having renovated the home next door, they have big shoes to fill and converting a duplex to a single is no easy feat. The duo hopes to create a home that attracts families while maintaining the existing Victorian charm and staying on budget.
Ken and Anita take on a home seized by the city of Atlanta in the popular Mozley Park area. It isn't until they are left cleaning up a previous owner's mid-renovation mess that they understand the magnitude of this challenge.
Ken and Anita purchase a tiny house in the up-and-coming West End of Atlanta. Not only is the house crooked and warped, but there's also no master bedroom, so they'll have to get creative with the layout of the home to compete with neighboring rehabs.
Ken and Anita purchase a house in the trendy area of East Lake Atlanta with plans to make it a cozy and contemporary home for young buyers. But with less than 1,000 square feet to work with and no master bedroom or bath, they are forced to make some costly decisions that may compromise their selling timeline.
Ken and Anita buy a spooky, nine-bedroom boarding house in Oakland City, Georgia, with plans of turning it into an edgy, contemporary home. But with stiff competition in the neighborhood and a huge undertaking on their hands, it will be a fight to the finish to flip this nightmare into a dream home while staying on budget.
Ken and Anita purchase a 1700-square-foot brick ranch in College Park that also happens to be an historic landmark. Staying in compliance with the historical registry is a must, but it might prevent them from making the right upgrades to earn top dollar.
Ken and Anita buy a '70s rancher in the desirable neighborhood of Milton, with a plan to turn the home into a modern-day farmhouse. When the weather throws a wrench into their game plans, they are forced to make tough decisions that may affect their bottom line.
Ken and Anita buy a house, sight unseen, in the real estate hotspot of Alpharetta, Georgia. But they soon realize they got much more than what they bargained for, and must decide whether to rise to the occasion or deem it a lost cause.
Ken and Anita buy a dingy mint green cabin in the quiet artist community of Pine Lake. But with only 350 houses in the community, it will be tough to comp and they are challenged to create a cozy lake cabin on a tight budget.
Ken and Anita Corsini buy a brick ranch in the Gresham Park area, and the home's smell alone makes them question whether they can flip and sell the property. They also face competition with other flips in the area, and after discovering a leak under the house, they realize they are facing a massive undertaking.
Ken and Anita plan to modernize a neglected three bedroom, one-bath home in Decatur, Georgia. They'll focus on curb appeal to make the home stand out from the other brick houses in the area but putting so much of their budget on the facade leaves little room for surprises. When the inevitable challenge presents itself, the duo is left to decide whether their master plan for a modern home will be compromised.
Ken and Anita snag a deal on a seven-bedroom mansion in Conyers, GA. It appears to be a cosmetic-heavy job but with very few comps in the area and over 7,000 square feet to update, they're feeling a little out of their element. Will they be able to turn a quick profit or will the size of the project and its location be their downfall?
Ken and Anita buy a run-down Craftsman in the heart of Woodstock, GA. They show up to find the house is extremely compartmentalized and decide to start from scratch. With a lot of pressure to do right by their neighborhood, the duo must tear down and transform the home into a Craftsman dream home.
Ken and Anita buy a two-bedroom, one-bathroom house that's been abandoned for 14 years. The location is prime, but they need to find a way to squeeze in a master suite if they are going to sell the home for top dollar. When their original plans go amok, Ken and Anita have to get creative.
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