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After getting engaged on the season 12 finale of "The Bachelorette," JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers return to television on CNBC's reality TV series, "Cash Pad." Real estate developer JoJo introduced her fiancée to house flipping and they began remodeling homes together, even renovating a 1950s fixer-upper in Dallas that they decided to keep for themselves. On "Cash Pad," the couple helps homeowners hoping to turn their properties into profitable, short-term vacation rentals. The show takes place in Dallas, Austin and Phoenix and features unusual properties such as a shipping container, an Airstream and a garage.

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After getting engaged on the season 12 finale of "The Bachelorette," JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers return to television on CNBC's reality TV series, "Cash Pad." Real estate developer JoJo introduced her fiancée to house flipping and they began remodeling homes together, even renovating a 1950s fixer-upper in Dallas that they decided to keep for themselves. On "Cash Pad," the couple helps homeowners hoping to turn their properties into profitable, short-term vacation rentals. The show takes place in Dallas, Austin and Phoenix and features unusual properties such as a shipping container, an Airstream and a garage.
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A newlywed couple looks for help updating a rundown granny flat in the Great Hills area of Austin, Texas.
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A couple in Prescott, Ariz., look to update a substandard kitchen and bathroom to attract more renters.
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JoJo and Jordan help a young married couple turn their detached garage into an elegant one-bedroom rental in Phoenix.
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In Granbury, Texas, JoJo and Jordan partner with Kyle and Lauren Young to transform a historic bank building into a short-term rental space, striving to meet the needs of modern guests while maintaining the bank's original charm and splendor.
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Homeowner J Kvale hopes to partner with Jordan and JoJo to renovate his WWII-era warehouse into a luxe-modern vacation hotspot; Jordan and JoJo seek to transform the bare-bones industrial space into a luxurious and profitable short-term rental.
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Matt and Michael Wall-Pizzutti want to re-imagine their beat-up Airstream as a resort-style Airbnb; they hope their partnership with JoJo and Jordan will turn their vintage trailer into a lucrative cash pad.
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Nestled in the hip Austin, Texas, community of South Congress, homeowners Erin and Tommy Shook look to JoJo and Jordan to overhaul the rusty shipping container on their property into a money-making Airbnb rental.
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In Stonewall, Texas, empty-nesters Henry and Karen Rolhfs are hoping JoJo and Jordan will partner with them to convert an empty cottage into an upscale, short-term rental in the heart of Texas wine country.

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