The Desert Flippers take on a home in Palm Springs that has suffered some serious damage, while the Boise Boys attempt to update a mid-century modern. Which team will see a bigger profit?
Jon and Mary tackle a single-family home in Houston, TX, while Aubrey and Bristol flip a condo in Las Vegas. Both properties were purchased for around the same price, but the size difference could push one duo toward a bigger profit.
Lindsey and Eric find a big surprise in their desert flip in Palm Springs, California, while Jessie and Tina attempt to restore a vintage home to its former glory in Los Angeles.
Things get cluttered when Nashville's Page and DeRon flip a small brick cottage with a ridiculously big trash problem, while Ft. Worth, Texas' Andy and Ashely attack an overgrown mess of a house.
Mina and Karen face off against Anita and Ken as both teams try to flip houses of very different sizes to see who can make the biggest profit.
Tarek and Christina go head-to-head against Eric and Lindsey to see which midcentury modern renovation can bring in the biggest profit in southern California.
Mina and Karen face off against Andy and Ashley to flip two homes that suffered from some major animal infestations.
In Houston, Texas, Mary and Jon flip a home with potential hiding under piles of trash, while Page and Deron hope they can turn a messy house in Nashville into a big profit.
Clint and Luke in Boise, Idaho, are renovating a 1926 farmhouse, while Ken and Anita in Atlanta are looking to turn a dated home into a modern farmhouse.
In Texas, Andy and Ashley's flip causes concerns with some major cracks in the foundation, while Jon and Mary's cute house has big problems just beyond the front door.
In California, Jessie and Tina are looking to flip a hodgepodge cottage that is over a hundred years old, while in Nashville, Page and DeRon have their own tiny cottage that may have to be completely gutted.
Ken and Anita in Atlanta tackle a confusing 1970s split-level home, while Tarek and Christina in California face a house that hasn't been updated or cleaned since the 1960s.
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