Remember their first go at midcentury design? And the time a tree fell through the roof? They do.
Want to know more about Tarek El Moussa, solo? HGTV's exclusive digital series, Tarek's Flip Side, takes viewers behind the scenes after the TV cameras stop rolling, giving fans a glimpse of Tarek’s personal and family life.
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These damaged, dirty and auctioned properties are now luxurious homes.
This backyard renovation cost upward of $150,000, but the incredible end result makes it all worth it.
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?
Between busy schedules, Tarek and Christina find time to check out a home in La Mirada, California, when a good deal pops up. What looks to be a quick flip turns out to be more difficult when problems arise as they try to modernize the layout.
A flip in Mission Viejo, California, looks promising until Tarek and Christina discover cracks and uneven floors -- this house is slipping off the hillside! After receiving a hefty quote for the fix, they realize this home may put them over the edge.
Tarek and Christina take over a project in Highland Park, California, that the previous owner abandoned mid-flip. When their inspection reveals that it doesn't have a roof, they'll have to piece together this puzzling house in an unfamiliar neighborhood.
Tarek and Christina are challenged by a home with unique style in Fullerton, California. While they try to go with the flow of the home's design, they are met with problems that just don't jive with their renovation vision.
Tarek and Christina find a house in Anaheim, California, with some strange additions that could cause problems down the line. They team up with contractor Izzy Battres to make the most of this house without blowing their budget.
Tarek and Christina take on a house in Costa Mesa, California, with major foundation problems. While they lean on their past experience to leverage a good deal, the amount of work needed to fix the issues could crack their budget wide open.
Tarek and Christina find the perfect flip in Norwalk, California, but to avoid blowing their budget on over-improving the home, they'll need to utilize all of the fundamentals and rely on their experience to sell this house quickly.
Tarek and Christina try out a new contractor on a high-end flip in Sunset Beach, California, but new connections come with new problems. Facing permit issues, delays and a hidden staircase, they hope this beachfront home won't leave them all washed up.
Tarek and Christina return to Lakewood, California, to flip a home on a very familiar street. While they have always gotten lucky in this neighborhood by making risky design decisions, the duo will soon discover if that luck is about to run out.
Tarek and Christina find a nice, suburban house they believe is ripe for the flipping. While modernizing such a small home should be no problem, the duo may have bitten off more than they can chew when faced with costly but necessary upgrades.
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