Tarek and Christina see a great opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom house in Whittier, CA, for a low price since the seller is looking to unload it quickly and it is still tenant occupied. Their hopes are high, but once they get inside they find that the tenants left the place in an absolute wreck. Will they be able to handle this mess or have they been deceived by what's on the outside?
Tarek and Christina are contacted by a homeowner wanting to sell their four-bedroom home in Garden Grove, California. Knowing the high returns for the area they decide to go for it, but find the layout strange and question whether it's actually a four-bedroom house after all. Did they make a huge mistake, or can they find an upside from this potential mishap?
Tarek and Christina are contacted about a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Anaheim, CA. The home appears to be in great shape and already has some major renovations completed, but the owner doesn't know how much they want to sell it for. There are structural issues that will have to be addressed before Christina's vision can come to fruition, but if she can pull it off, she and Tarek can make big bucks off this property. Is this house a flipper's dream home or are the structural issues the first of many problems to come?
Tarek and Christina check out a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in their new stomping grounds of Garden Grove, CA. Hoping to snatch this property before it hits the market, they arrive to find the house is dirty with a mosquito-infested pool but has the potential to be charming. If they want to sell, the project will require a complex renovation with little room for error. Can they talk the seller down to a lower asking price or will Tarek and Christina have to pull off the perfect flip?
A seller is looking to offload a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Garden Grove, CA, and asks Tarek and Christina to come have a look. The home already has an open floor plan and a master bedroom, but one of its bedrooms may be illegally permitted which could lead to hidden costs. Have they bought into a money trap or will they be able to pull out a profit on this infringing flip?
Tarek and Christina flip a small home with big problems in Long Beach, CA. What seems like a great home reveals an avalanche of problems from the front door to the garage. This junk-pile flip is filled to the brim with hidden obstacles -- can it be saved?
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a Santa Ana, CA, home with midcentury architectural details that could sell for top dollar. However, they're forced to outbid other investors to snag the home, leaving them wondering if more money means more problems.
Tarek and Christina take on a home that's full of surprises in Santa Ana, California. They work to modernize the house as much as possible to appeal to the modern-day buyer, but with every challenge comes many problems.
Tarek and Christina get a lead on a home in Hacienda Heights, California, where they find some outdated designs and others that are in-style once again. The retro property could be profitable in this hot market, or they might just find something hiding underneath the old shag rug.
Tarek and Christina get a good lead on a 1500 sq. ft. house in Whittier, CA. The home is dirty and dated, with a large fireplace in the center that will cost a fortune to update. They struggle to find a happy medium between design cost and profitability, but run the risk of underestimating the flip and ending up at rock bottom.
Tarek gets a lead on a house in Buena Park, CA, and calls Christina to check it out. When they arrive at the house, they find that it's dated inside and out and requires much more work than they'd hoped. As the renovation continues, Christina struggles to tell Tarek she wants to sell the house they lived in together because the news could send their flip off the rails.
Tarek gets a lead on a house in Diamond Bar, CA, and asks Christina to meet him to view the property. Tarek rushes off for a date, however, and Christina relentlessly pokes fun at him. The underlying tension leads to a blowout, which could get in the way of finishing the flip and making a profit.
Tarek and Christina are out of town when they get a lead on a house in La Mirada, California, and are forced to buy the house sight unseen. Christina worries the house may be packed with problems, but Tarek believes big risks come with big rewards.
Tarek and Christina flip a four-bedroom, tri-level home in Orange, CA, with a pool full of problems and a dated interior floor plan. As the problems pile up with the flip and Christina considers whether her new boyfriend is impacting her work relationship with Tarek, they work together to get this million-dollar flip finished without a falling-out.
Tarek and Christina flip a large home in the unfamiliar neighborhood of Arcadia, CA, but their differing opinions threaten their profit margin in an area with a high market standard.
Tarek and Christina find a good flip in Garden, CA, but Christina is worried that Tarek's penny-pinching will prevent them from making the necessary design decisions to maximize profits. As the flip goes along, Christina keeps pushing for big design to impress buyers while Tarek tries to manage the bottom line.
Tarek and Christina take a gamble on a million-dollar possibility in Anaheim Hills, CA, that is rotted with mold. Tarek wrestles with keeping the project on track while Christina tip-toes around her ex being in a bad mood as things get worse with the home. The duo will have to come together and agree on a solid design if they want to sell the house for over a million dollars, otherwise this rotten flip may prove to be more than they can handle.
Tarek and Christina take on a home in a trendy Costa Mesa, CA, neighborhood but if they want to give the hip homebuyers what they want, they'll first have to nail the design. While Christina is shooting for the stars with her designs, however, Tarek has a hard time spending the money. Will they be able to attract the right kind of buyer in this hard-to-please neighborhood or will their design miss the mark?
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