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DeRon Jenkins played college football at the University of Tennessee, and his seven-year career as an NFL defensive back included a stint with the Tennessee Titans. So it isn't surprising that once Jenkins retired from football, he decided to make the Volunteer State his permanent home when he fell in love with the capital of Nashville. That's where Jenkins became a licensed contractor and began a romantic and professional relationship real estate agent Page Turner. Now an ex-couple, DeRon and Page still work together, taking advantage of the Music City's booming housing market and older houses that need renovation. This entry in HGTV's "Flip or Flop" franchise follows the business partners, who find depressed properties in Nashville and transform them into stylish and functional family homes.

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The market forces Page and DeRon to move outside their comfort zone and purchase an abandoned Colonial farmhouse in Smyrna, Tenn.; the house has good bones, but it has suffered damage at the paws of previous residents: a colony of unruly raccoons.
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Page and DeRon pick up a two-bedroom bungalow in the historic Old Hickory neighborhood where they find the bizarre homemade furniture and a carpet of cat hair inside.
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DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner see big potential beneath the confusing floor plan of an East Nashville home, but a minor roof repair reveals hidden problems; with DeRon out of town, Page steps up to manage the crisis before he returns.
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Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins take on a neglected brick ranch house in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Woodbine; for the flip to work, however, they have to transform a bug-infested basement into a bright, modern living space.
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DeRon and Page have to do some creative problem solving while trying to add square footage to a modern home in the suburban neighborhood of Franklin, Tenn.
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When demo reveals fire damage, foundation problems and shoddy repairs, a century-old East Nashville duplex becomes the most challenging flip of Page and DeRon's career; they must decide whether to gut and rebuild or cut their losses and walk away.
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To make sense of a Southern-style cottage with a bizarre floor plan, Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins must relocate every room; they hope to add square footage and value by turning a cramped loft into a spacious bonus room.
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DeRon and Page set out to breathe new life into an unfinished renovation and discover that a house with no walls can still have hidden problems.
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Flippers Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins uncover layer after layer of hidden problems as they tackle a 100-year-old house with multiple additions. They pull out all the stops to make sense of the mismatched elements and bring the house back to life.
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Flippers DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner want to transform a run-down north Nashville, Tenn., cottage into a cozy, modern farmhouse; their plans hit a snag when hidden damage to the subfloor threatens to sink the entire project.
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DeRon buys a modern, North Nashville cottage without consulting Page, hoping it will be an easy, cosmetic flip; things get tricky when they discover an infestation of six-legged pests that are quite literally eating them out of house and home.
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DeRon and Page rehab a brick ranch-style house in the tranquil Nashville suburb of Whispering Hills, Tenn.; when unexpected costs start to mount, however, they attempt to add value by remodeling the home's bizarre basement.
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Page and DeRon get the chance to flip a cozy brick cottage in an up-and-coming neighborhood; to make the most of its limited space, they must downsize the home from three bedrooms to two, which is a risky thing to do with a flip.
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DeRon and Page tackle a tiny brick cottage in the historic neighborhood of Inglewood, hoping it will be a quick flip, but when they start the demolition, they realize the house is in worse shape than they thought.
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Page and DeRon find a three-bedroom home with a partially finished basement in a pristine neighborhood, but it becomes more complicated than anticipated.
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Page finds a three-bedroom house on a huge corner lot in the heart of Donelson, but the rambling ranch has a cramped and confusing interior.
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Page and DeRon purchase a cute two-bedroom, one-bath cottage in the historic Inglewood area, but the house turns out to be nothing but trouble for them as they discover water damage, asbestos and more.
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Page and DeRon buy a cozy North Nashville cottage that stretches the definition of a third bedroom, and the pair devise some renovations to make this incredibly tiny house feel huge.
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The pressure mounts for Page and DeRon to flip a 1960s Nashville gem she bought on a whim; the two upgrade the house by creating new rooms and new problems, but in the end they create a space perfect for future homeowners.
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Page and DeRon rehab a 1950s cottage with a confusing floor plan; DeRon plans to reimagine the awkward 1980s addition into a sprawling master bedroom suite; Page becomes determined to create a new master bathroom.
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The flipping duo buy a cute cottage in the neighborhood of North Nashville in the hopes that the small house will bring a big profit.

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