Flipping houses is the most tried-and-true way to make a fortune in real estate, but with the current slump in the housing market, the casts of A&E Network's series FLIP THIS HOUSE™ are facing hard truths and real panic as they return for a 4th Season. Flip This House will once again showcase returning casts in San Antonio and New Haven and brand new casts in Atlanta and Los Angeles as they flip houses for profit - buying, refurbishing, and re-selling properties — making lots of mischief and money along the way.
Tackling one of the most exciting aspects of today's high-stakes real estate market — the transformation of an eyesore into a profit-making beauty — A&E's hour-long "docu-soap" follows the travails of real-estate investors in New Haven, CT, Los Angeles, CA, San Antonio, TX, and Atlanta GA, — where each boasts a team of characters that buys homes, renovates them in arecord time, then flips them for a profit. It sounds simple, but sparks fly and tempers are high before the fixer-uppers are ready to go back on the market.
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|Saturday, May 15 11:00am ET|
Every Texan needs a ranch, and when Armando gets a great deal on a huge property with a rustic feel, he decides to keep it for himself. Soon, he and Veronica are butting heads as they attempt to renovate the house quickly without blowing their budget. While Veronica focuses on quality kitchen cabinets and fancy tile floors, Armando keeps his eye on building equity until he's confronted by expensive construction snafus and a surprise snake attack. Meanwhile, Montelongo House Buyers has outgrown its small offices and David and Melina pound the pavement to find the ideal commercial space -- not their usual territory.
Saturday, May 22 @ 11am/10C
Veronica and Armando team up to help out family flippers. Vero's sister Becky and brother-in-law Jordan need some advice on how to flip their home. Armando sold them the house just a few years earlier and hardly recognizes the place when he and Veronica visit--doors dangle from hinges, broken glass litters the living room floor and five dogs have taken over the guest bedroom. Armando thinks the house has lost value since they moved in and is reluctant to help. Becky and Jordan need to prove that they can be responsible homeowners. Armando agrees to give them a second chance but not without putting them through flipping boot camp--they'll have to stick to a tight budget and do much of the work themselves. Becky and Jordan's laidback style clashes with Armando's take charge approach and it's up to Vero to mediate the family feud.
I only recently started watching a few episodes, but I have found the background
They are showing the final show again right now in San Diego.
At the end of the show today I decided to look up their house at the corner of Diamond and Dawes.Its for sale and it was last sold in 2007 ( when filming ended and they moved into that two story house ).They must have decided to sell it.
Edited by Hannah, 1 year ago
Flip this House is a great show which I‘ve been watching for years. I think a great idea for a new season would be if the “Go To Guy” Hercules had his own show were he would purchase 2 acres of land, buy old mobile homes, fix them up and sell them rent to own. I strongly believe he could carry a show with his great personalit
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