A huge five bedroom house, in a new development, with an amazing backyard is just sitting on the market in San Francisco.?Design Expert Roger Hazard and host Tanya Memme help swap between a few major rooms to make more space.
Jeremy brings in a dollhouse of a home ? only 650 square feet. Winter weather leads to broken pipes and flooded basements and construction delays but Than is confident that this little home has a lot of heart and will make a perfect flip.
Armando reveals his softer side when he helps out a woman in trouble by buying her recently deceased parent's home. This un-characteristic bit of generosity seems to immediately backfire when substantial problems are revealed.
Jeremy gets the scoop on a run-down but beautiful two family on New Haven's historical West Hazel Street. With only a cursory glance at the outside, Jeremy brokers a deal, but CT Homes gets more than it bargained for.
A hot tip leads Armando to a house that's seemingly stood unchanged since the 60's. The retro interior brings back memories of bell bottoms and peace signs, and it's up to Armando and his team to bring this house into the 21st century.
Danielle steps into the spotlight with a run down brick house in Atlanta. Angie and Harris let Danielle take the reins with this ambitious flip. Her fourth baby is on the way and as the pregnancy progresses so do the problems at the house.
A student from Paul and Than's lecture circuit shows up with an easy flip for CT Homes. The house on North High Street looks to be a quick and simple fix, but the New Haven team is about to learn that looks can be deceiving.
Angie and Harris have teamed up again with investors Peter and Brian and are headed back to East Atlanta for what should be an easy flip. What looks to be a modest job turns out to be much more work than Angie or her investors bargained for.
The Montelongos have met their match with a house that has accumulated years and years of filth. Feral cats and walls full of rats are the smallest of the problems. The house is in such bad shape that Armando can't find a contractor to work the job.
Armando discovers a real estate bargain. He makes a midnight visit to the property and after scanning the exterior with a flashlight, he seals the deal. By day, he discovers a few problems with his new purchase, starting with cockroaches.
The Montelongos are back, and this time they've sold their own home. With only 2 weeks to move, Armando leads the family in turning this 5 bedroom on a 3 acre lot into "Rancho Montelongo."
Armando Montelongo shows us how to negotiate the best deal for the house of a deceased movie star. Then, along with his brother, wife and sister-in-law, he show's why "the Montelongos mean business."
The guys of CT Homes are a hands on kinda crew. If something needs doing, like knocking down a column, digging up a driveway or standing guard over an empty house, this team puts their shoulder to the wheel and gets it done.
In a Flip This House: Do it Yourself video, the New Haven guys show viewers how to do it themselves and have a little fun in the meantime.
In a Flip This House video, Angela Wilford talks about the most important rooms to highlight when selling a house.
In a Flip This House video, curb appeal plays an important role because appearance is a big factor in selling a house.
ATL: Angie gives a lesson on focusing on the rooms that maximize the resale value of the house: the kitchen, the bathroom, and the master suite.
ATL: Angie gives a flip tip about the importance of curb appeal in selling a home.
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