The Marundes have never been shy about bold, glitzy design choices — and for the second season of Flip or Flop Vegas, they've outdone themselves. Fair warning: You might want to don sunglasses for a look at these eye-popping homes.
Aubrey and Bristol use clever design and craftsmanship to turn a small house with inconvenient layouts into an open concept masterpiece.
The hosts of HGTV’s newest flip series have the know-how, the muscle and the style to pull off some incredible flips in Sin City. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come in Flip or Flop Vegas, premiering April 6 at 10|9c.
Aubrey and Bristol Marunde are adding glam and polish to more Vegas flips in the new season of Flip or Flop Vegas, Thursdays at 9|8c.
Sin City's real-estate market is one of the hottest in the country — and one of the most unusual. Aubrey Marunde walks us through what that means for flippers.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a starter home in Las Vegas, and while it may be a small house, buyers expect the best in this town. Aubrey uses custom finishes built by Bristol to deck out the home and give it a glam-farmhouse style.
When a three-bedroom, 1980s ranch house drops in price, Aubrey sees the potential to make a profit by flipping it into a family home. However, when a load-bearing wall can't be taken down, Aubrey is forced to change her entire design plan.
Aubrey and Bristol take a chance on a disastrous Las Vegas townhouse. Though they may have gotten a good price on the home, they'll need to deal with bugs, water damage and an unexpected stop-work order to see a return on their investment. Will they be able to make a profit out of this disaster?
Aubrey and Bristol take a big risk buying a tiny one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in a nice location sight unseen. Buyer's remorse quickly sets in with Aubrey when she realizes they have to go all-out to properly flip this tiny condo. Can they turn this nasty space into a glamorous and profitable showpiece without blowing the budget?
Aubrey and Bristol head back to the neighborhood where they flipped their first property together to check out a bank-owned, three-bedroom, four-bath home. Even with a challenging layout, Aubrey is confident she can turn the negative into a positive. After touring the property, they agree they can flip this neglected home into three floors of industrial glam that will be perfect for a young Vegas buyer looking to impress.
When a long-abandoned house Aubrey has been watching for years finally gets put up for sale, she and Bristol jump on this rundown 1960s home. Listed for $290,000 with comps in the area running around $450,000, she believes this four-bed, four-bath property has tons of potential. They take the structure down to the studs before flipping it into a modern farmhouse with all sorts of Vegas glam touches.
Las Vegas is the harshest real estate market in the country. It's expensive, competitive, and unpredictable. But Aubrey and Bristol Marunde have carved their niche to make it work. Both multitalented, they do most of the work themselves to keep their margins high. Aubrey is the designer and real estate agent, and Bristol is the general contractor. When it comes to demolition, it doesn't hurt that he's a mixed martial arts fighter as well. They find a property with some covetable stats. It sits on a half acre, which is huge for Vegas. It's zoned for horses, and has it's own well and septic, all rare and desirable features. However, the property is a mess. Outdated finishings and a poor layout for today's buyer necessitate a total gut and remodel inside, and the outside is just as bad. Can they successfully stretch their dollars to turn this dilapidated house into a Vegas dream home?
Aubrey jumps at the challenge of turning a split-level house in the Southern Highlands neighborhood of Las Vegas into a high-end bachelor pad. In order to turn a profit, Aubrey must keep in mind the tight deadline and $30,000 budget.
Aubrey and Bristol Marunde buy the worst house on the block and set out to turn the 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch house into a beach cottage hideaway. When their timeline is threatened by delayed materials, there's no room for mistakes in their vision of bringing the beach to the desert.
A home for sale in Las Vegas raises red flags for Aubrey and Bristol Marunde. There are bars on the windows and doors and the roof is leaking. But if Aubrey and Bristol can turn this neglected home fast, they've got a chance to make tidy profit.
Aubrey and Bristol take a chance on a foreclosure with signs of neglect. The outdated farmhouse has a laundry list of issues on the inside but it's the ancient air conditioning unit outside that causes the most worry. Installing a new unit could decimate their bottom line -- will they be able to save the little cottage?
Aubrey and Bristol find a '90s-style home near Nellis Air Force Base that could be perfect for a military family. The couple gets rid of the out-of-date elements and brings in bold, modern twists in their riskiest renovation yet.
Aubrey and Bristol take a chance on flipping a cookie-cutter home. The house has good bones, but the potential profit margin is slim, leaving no room for mistakes. On top of that, the design needs to pop in order to make this house stand out in a sea of lookalike competitors.
Aubrey and Bristol check out a two-bedroom house that just hit the Las Vegas market. While two-bedroom homes rarely turn much of a profit, they both agree that the house has the potential to become something truly special after receiving a 21st century upgrade.
Bristol and Aubrey set their sights on a fixer upper in Henderson, a rare find in the custom neighborhood just outside of Las Vegas. They face serious challenges to get the home ready for market, including a broken-down pool, a depressing kitchen and a layout that makes no sense.
Aubrey and Bristol waste no time snatching up a townhouse in a hot neighborhood, but they quickly realize why they got it at a bargain price. They work to turn someone else's abandoned renovation into a glamorous home with custom features like a floating staircase and a living room balcony.
Aubrey gets a lead on a property with an enticing list price in the small town of Boulder City, Nevada. The 700-square-foot 1940s home is in bad shape, but Aubrey and Bristol purchase the home with plans to rehabilitate the property while keeping its historic charm. They build a two-bed, two-bath addition onto the original structure and choose a cottage theme that will turn this once sad and neglected home into a modern, sunny charmer.
Bristol and Aubrey tackle a home in an older Las Vegas, NV, neighborhood that's full of '90s features. However, a pine tree in the front yard and the living room's floor-to-ceiling fireplace remind Bristol of growing up in the Pacific Northwest, giving him a bold idea for the design theme.
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