Desert Flippers' Lindsey and Eric Bennett take on a desert house that was left in disrepair. Meanwhile, Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell from Boise Boys wrangle a midcentury fixer-upper in the city's high desert that's in need of a major update.
Going for Sold's Jon and Mary flip a rundown three-bedroom home, while Aubrey and Bristol from Flip or Flop: Vegas tackle a modest, tiny condo. The huge size difference could alter profits, but the market will decide who gets the most bang for their buck.
Flip or Flop Atlanta's Ken and Anita Corsini take on a small house with warped floors and ceilings. Then, Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins of Flip or Flop Nashville flip a cramped cottage with issues of its own.
In Palm Springs, California, Eric and Lindsey Bennett buy a midcentury home with a big surprise that reveals a number of issues. Meanwhile in Los Angeles, Jessie and Tina Rodriguez are restoring a 1920’s hillside home to its former glory.
In Forth Worth, Andy and Ashley turn a messy house with a serious smell issue into a high-end Texas home. Meanwhile in Nashville, Page and DeRon have to deal with piles of trash and a roach infestation before they can start flipping their brick cottage.
In Indianapolis, Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E. Laine tackle a huge house with big charm and some big problems for the modern buyer. Meanwhile in Atlanta, Anita and Ken Corsini double the size of a tiny two-bedroom home to make the flip worth the risk.
In Palm Springs, Eric and Lindsey flip one of the city's Alexander homes that has lost most of its original charm. Meanwhile in Anaheim, Tarek and Christina get the chance to revive a house designed by influential midcentury architect Cliff May.
In Indianapolis, Mina and Karen take on a brick house with overgrown landscaping on the outside and animal droppings on the inside. Meanwhile in Fort Worth, Texas, Andy and Ashley flip a house damaged by a fallen tree and a rat infestation.
Page and DeRon find themselves dealing with a basement full of water damage that threatens their flip in Nashville. Meanwhile, Jon and Mary have to deal with copper-wire theft and pet damage to a home's restored hardwood floors in Houston, Texas.
Luke and Clint get more than they bargained for when they take on a farmhouse that seemed to be in good condition in Boise, Idaho. Meanwhile, Anita and Ken must overcome weather delays to transform a dated '70s ranch into a modern farmhouse in Atlanta.
In Fort Worth, Texas, Andy and Ashley work on a big, corner-lot house with some cracks that hint at serious structural damage. Meanwhile, Jon and Mary deal with major foundation issues while flipping a home in one of Houston's hottest neighborhoods.
In Nashville, Page and DeRon create vaulted ceilings and reimagine a cottage's footprint to make the most of their 858 square feet. Then in Southern California, Jessie and Tina work to reintroduce vintage elements for their tiny cottage built in 1907.
In Atlanta, Ken and Anita are tackling a confusing 1970s split-level home, while Tarek and Christina are flipping an older southern California home that looks like it hasn't been updated or cleaned since the 60s.
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