Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins buy a cute cottage in the neighborhood of North Nashville in the hopes that the small house will bring a big profit.
Page and DeRon rehab a 1950s cottage with a confusing floor plan. DeRon plans to reimagine the awkward 1980s addition into a sprawling master bedroom suite and Page is determined to create a new master bathroom. Together, they'll transform this cramped, confusing maze into a bright and modern sanctuary.
Page finds a 1960s gem just outside of Nashville and buys the house without consulting DeRon. With the pressure to make a profitable flip, the two find ways to upgrade the house by creating new rooms and new problems. But in the end, they create a space that is perfect for future homeowners.
Page and DeRon buy a cozy North Nashville cottage that stretches the definition of a 'third bedroom.' The pair devise some ingenious renovations to make this incredibly tiny house feel huge, however they encounter some major roadblocks along the way. By the time they are finished, this tiny house will feel titanic.
Page and DeRon purchase a cute two-bedroom, one-bath cottage in the historic Inglewood area. They hope to make it an easy flip, but the house turns out to be nothing but trouble for them as they discover water damage, asbestos and much more.
Page finds a three-bedroom house on a huge corner lot in the heart of Donelson, but the interior of the rambling ranch is cramped and confusing. She and DeRon have to come up with a plan to open up the house without blowing up the budget.
Page and DeRon find a three-bedroom home with a partially finished basement in a pristine Nashville neighborhood. What feels like an easy cosmetic flip turns out to be more complicated than anticipated.
DeRon and Page tackle a tiny brick cottage in the historic neighborhood of Inglewood, hoping it will be a quick flip. But when they start the demolition, they realize the house is in much worse shape than they thought.
Page and DeRon get the chance to flip a cozy brick cottage in an up-and-coming neighborhood. However, in order to make the most of its limited space, they take a risk and downsize the home from three bedrooms to two.
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