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The hard-to-beat weather, relaxing vacation-centric amenities and booming housing market attract many people to Palm Springs, Calif. Leaving Wisconsin behind, Eric and Lindsey Bennett moved to Palm Springs to further their house-flipping business. In this series, the couple take on challenging renovations while dealing with triple-digit heat, harsh landscapes and raising three small children. Real estate agent Eric and designer Lindsey work alongside Lindsey's contractor brother, "Uncle Mike" Schneider, to transform dilapidated properties that have amazing potential. The result is desert-style oases with great curb appeal, high-end finishes and sparkling pools that Palm Springs buyers crave.

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Eric and Lindsey overpay to get a foot in the door of a rundown property in a highly desirable neighborhood; this flip will be worth the high cost if they can change the home's 1970s style into a desirable mid-century design.
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Lindsey and Eric Bennett score a home with a strange layout but a lot of potential for profit; to turn the property into the four-bedroom that it was advertised to be, they must completely reconfigure the floor plan and update everything.
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A three-bedroom home with a swampy pool and lack of outdoor aesthetic catches Lindsey and Eric's eye; everything goes according to plan until a rare torrential downpour in the desert threatens their renovation.
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Lindsey and Eric get more than they bargained for when they buy an abandoned, overgrown home; after peeling away the dirt and grime, they hope to update the design and maximize the house's stunning mountain views.
aired 217 days ago
Lindsey and Eric purchase what appears to be a seemingly easy flip, but they quickly realize the house is not as structurally sound as they had initially thought.
aired 217 days ago
Lindsey and Eric score a deal on a house listed below the market value of the neighborhood, so they make an offer sight unseen, but the couple quickly realizes the 1990s ranch has many structural surprises that aren't up to code.
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Eric and Lindsey's hilltop house causes a struggle between a balanced budget and a big design change.
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Eric and Lindsey face the elements to flip a boarded up house with an unbearable stench in the harsh desert.
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Eric and Lindsey Bennett take on a property in disrepair that has been deemed a tear-down by the seller; the flippers think they can salvage the home and give it new life, but the more they uncover, the more frightening this flip becomes.
aired 224 days ago
Eric and Lindsey take a chance on a less than luxurious home located in a luxury neighborhood with termites and a rotten overhang.
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Eric and Lindsey bid on a property sight unseen and it looks like a good bet at first glance; the well-maintained home has an outdated style but no major red flags, until a crack in the floor threatens to add thousands of dollars to the budget.
aired 231 days ago
Lindsey and Eric go big restoring a termite-infested mid-century gem by making bold design choices like vibrant orange tiles, a pink front door and a cocktail grove addition in the backyard.
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Lindsey and Eric find a five-bedroom home with a list price well below the area comps; although the property looks good on the outside, the interior is a mess that was left in a state of mid-renovation.
aired 238 days ago
Lindsey and Eric ignore location and flip a house on a busy road; the dated '90s style house gets revived as an open-concept dual-master retreat.
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Eric gets a hot tip about a home that's going on the market soon and locks it up at the asking price to avoid a bidding war; the house comes with plenty of risks including water damage, a drained pool, signs of termites and a funky floor plan.
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Lindsey and Eric take a risk when they overpay for an easy flip; to make up for the inflated purchase price, they decide to add high-end finishes that they hope will attract high-end buyers.
aired 245 days ago
Lindsey and Eric battle windstorms while making a space flow with a total rework of a house's floor plan.
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A mid-century flips becomes a nightmare; the budget balloons as the property needs a hefty investment to fix all the issues.
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Lindsey and Eric Bennett look to turn a quick profit after finding a great deal on a house; when the cost of renovation begins to rise, the couple decide that the house needs a little something extra to interest buyers.
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Lindsey and Eric take on a challenging fire-damaged home with a low price tag and high-market risk; what looks like a few charred walls turns out to be a much larger issue that takes a chunk out of the profit when major roof repairs are required.
aired 252 days ago
A mountaintop home with loads of original charm and stunning views was abandoned mid-renovation and looks to be a diamond in the rough for Lindsey and Eric.

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