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HGTV's "Flip or Flop" franchise moves to the Lone Star State, where military veterans Andy and Ashley Williams purchase rundown properties in and around Fort Worth and transform them into modern family homes. Working around tight budgets and even tighter timelines, Andy, a real estate agent and home renovator, and his wife, designer Ashley, gut the structures save for original features that most appeal to buyers. Episodes also highlight the couple's commitment to hiring fellow veterans to assist on the projects. Andy and Ashley met while serving in the United States Armed Forces in Iraq.

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Andy and Ashley take on a flip in the up-and-coming suburb of Watauga, but their contractor Blake has news that the entire sewer may need replacing.
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Ashley and Andy attempt to flip a foreclosure in the up-and-coming neighborhood of River Oaks; a low price tag promises big gains, but reno costs skyrocket when they try to cover up an exterior eyesore.
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Andy and Ashley get beach vibes from a house in Arlington Heights and start putting the cottage details to use right away, but they soon discover that their entire shipment of doors was lost in transit a week before the open house.
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Andy and Ashley take on an estate sale flip in the Benbrook suburb in a house that appears to be the perfect fast-money renovation until plumbing issues wreak havoc on both the house and their wallet.
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Rundown and beat-up best describes Andy and Ashley's next flip in West Fort Worth, and their renovation bill skyrockets.
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Andy and Ashley take on a rundown house with rats and an old tree on the roof in the transitioning Hurst neighborhood.
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Andy and Ashley take on flipping a beat-down house in the desirable suburb of Burton Hills, but once they break ground, their plan to turn a nasty outdoor patio into a luxurious master bedroom gets foiled when city permitting shuts them down.
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Andy and Ashley jump at the opportunity to renovate a ranch home in the desirable Hurst suburb, but while it appears to be a picture-perfect flip, they soon realize its foundation desperately needs repair.
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Andy and Ashley try to transform a dilapidated dump into a stand-out, modern ranch.
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Andy and Ashley take on flipping a charming cottage in the covetable Arlington Heights neighborhood; the house appears to be the perfect flip until they dig in and realize years of unresolved foundation issues might start to jack up their bill.

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