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With more than a decade of experience renovating homes, Cherie Barber knows that "time is money" is not just a well-worn idiom. It's the key to her business of buying outdated homes in need of cosmetic changes, beautifying them, and then reselling the newly polished properties. While other contractors accomplish a flip in weeks or even months, Cherie has figured out how to get in, get to work and get it back on the market in just five days. She and her team incorporate quick, high-impact improvements like updated kitchen backsplashes, modern mudrooms and fresh wall finishes, salvage such items as hardwood floors and light fixtures, and add cost-effective landscaping.

Latest episodes

aired 389 days ago
Upgrades to a four-level home include marble countertops, custom wood trim, converting a powder room into a full bath and marble tiles.
aired 396 days ago
An unused closet is transformed into a home office with an eight-foot desk, utilizing a rear entry as a butler's panty.
aired 403 days ago
Poorly defined spaces become customized rooms for everyone in a family; creating a 6-foot cutout between the kitchen and living room.
aired 410 days ago
Cherie converts a storage closet into a second bathroom and adds floor-to-ceiling tile; butcher block counters and a farm sink help maximize a small kitchen's space; plus a new living area and an updated bathroom.
aired 417 days ago
A mid-century Rambler receives an open kitchen plan that flows into a dining room, and a modernized bathroom.
aired 424 days ago
A 1915 bungalow undergoes renovations; upgrading an outdated kitchen; creating a banquette; a master bedroom; window seat.

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