Real estate experts David and Chenoa get a lead on a former vacation house that's for sale in Paradise, CA. The bank-owned property is in need of some massive updating and repairs, but it's priced to sell quickly, so they act fast to buy the dilapidated home. Even though the home has a potential to pay off big time, they'll need to make quick decisions and smart moves to renovate and get this latest flip back on the market in record time, without breaking the bank. But as they dig deeper into the house, they find hidden issues that stop them in their tracks. Will they be able to get the flip done in time and on budget or will outside forces ruin their plans of flipping this mountain home into a woodsy retreat?
David and Chenoa purchase a rustic, midcentury-style house sight unseen in Paradise, CA. With no keys in hand, they're forced to break into their newest project, only to discover there's a lot of work to be done with some unexpected challenges along the way.
David and Chenoa are excited to tackle their first manufactured home in Paradise, CA, because if they get it right, it could open up a new revenue stream. However, unfamiliar territory comes with unfamiliar problems as they try to add rustic-glam touches to the dated 1970s space.
David and Chenoa take a chance on a Paradise, CA, house they bought sight unseen. Despite the home's neglected state and strange interior design, they feel they can get it back on the market and turn a quick profit. However, as soon as they start working on the space, the renovations come to a screeching halt.
David and Chenoa Rivera take on one of their biggest flips to date with a house that was abandoned by other flippers. Although the home is high-end, they learn that a larger home comes with larger risks when they uncover more problems the deeper they dig.
David and Chenoa pick up a house in the nearby city of Chico, CA, where they met in college. With original hardwood floors, space for a brand new master suite and midcentury bones, this house appears to be a flipper's dream. The potential for a big profit is high, but flipping a house in a bigger city also comes with bigger risk.
David and Chenoa purchase a house on the brink of foreclosure that was for sale by owner in Paradise, CA. While the exterior has a charming frontier design, the inside is a mishmash of styles and funky additions. With the weather turning colder and sales beginning to drop, the pressure is on for David and Chenoa to get this house back up for sale before the market decides to shift.
David and Chenoa dive into restoring a historic home in Paradise, California. With a potentially serious foundation issue, this could be one of their riskiest flips yet. But in this business, no risk means no reward. If they manage to get this right, they'll not only turn a profit, but bring a historic part of their community back to life for future generations to enjoy.
David and Chenoa purchase a house at auction they've only seen in an old picture. Once the renovation starts, they realize they may have taken on more than they anticipated and could be faced with one of the biggest financial hits they've ever taken on a flip.
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