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Tarek mentors first-time flippers, helping them steer costly errors as they race to get a renovated property on the market.

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A mother and son struggle to build their family flipping business when their Long Beach, Calif., project causes tension; when contractors don't show and the duo battles over design, Tarek steps in to bring the flip and the family back together.
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A couple put their savings on the line to flip their first home in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.; she's obsessed with expensive design, while he's neurotic about losing money; with no plan and no contractor, Tarek steps in to help.
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Contractor and real estate agent brothers should be the perfect team, but their business is a flop due to different priorities.
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A mother-son duo takes on its first flip in Woodland Hills, Calif., and a fire rips through the house halfway through the project; their loan grows while they wait on an insurance settlement, and Tarek must help get the flip over the finish line.
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A duo wants to quit their jobs to earn a massive return on a dilapidated LA Craftsman, but a shared driveway and stress from their loan complicate it and they call on Tarek to get it back on track.
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A couple are tired of mediocre profits and ask Tarek to help with their next flip in Anaheim, Calif.; even with his guidance, they struggle to make the right decisions and face an uphill battle when the local market starts to buck.
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A couple that flipped a home with Tarek in the past calls on him again after buying a home with stalactites on the ceilings and competition nearby; when Tarek learns they didn't call the city about permits, he doubts whether the project can be saved.
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Professional dancers-turned-house flippers see dollar signs with a high-end project in Brentwood, Calif.; however, an expensive loan and a major foundation problem threaten their flip, and Tarek must step in to help them navigate their obstacles.
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Amateur flippers in Fullerton, Calif., tackle the worst house Tarek has ever seen; they work to transform the fetid hoarder home, which once housed over 300 rabbits, but every step reveals new problems that chew away at their potential profit.
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A 19-year-old ignores his family's pleas to go to college to start his real estate investment career; an investor agrees to let him take lead on a flip, and Tarek must coach the teen to be fearless when facing an $80,000 renovation.

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Tarek and Christina El Moussa lead dizzying professional lives. After finding success as real estate agents and then experiencing the drastic downside of the housing market, the Californians switched career gears: They now buy distressed properties -- foreclosures, short sales and bank-owned homes -- remodel them and sell them at a profit. At least, that's the way it's supposed to work. "Flip or Flop" tracks the El Moussas' roller-coaster journey in each episode, beginning with a cash purchase at auction of a home -- often sight unseen -- and the fix-it-up process, to the nail-biting wait to find a buyer.
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Tarek El Moussa mentors rookie house flippers and helps them renovate homes for a profit.
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Seizing on the popularity of "Flip or Flop," starring Tarek and Christina El Moussa buying, renovating and then selling houses in Southern California, HGTV expands the franchise to include new duos in cities across the U.S. The first offshoot is set in Las Vegas, where Bristol Marunde and his wife, Aubrey, take on one of the country's most expensive, competitive, and unpredictable housing markets. After buying dilapidated properties via auction sales and real estate sites, the couple do most of the construction work themselves to keep their margins high. Aubrey is the designer and real estate agent; Bristol is the general contractor -- and his background as a mixed martial artist comes in handy during demolition. Together, they showcase their skills to complete stunning showpieces worthy of their top dollar zip code.
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Canadian-born Dave and Kortney Wilson met in Nashville, Tenn., and a few years later they were making a family and music together, dropping their solo careers to perform as the Wilsons. Ever creative, Dave and Kortney have since packed the microphones and left the studio to take advantage of the Music City's burgeoning housing market. "Masters of Flip" tells of the couple's adventures through the messes and stresses of renovations and the anticipation of enormous profits. Tireless contractor Dave and award-winning realtor Kortney have built their real estate business through flips, buy and hold properties, and vacation rentals.
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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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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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Well-known stars and flipping masters each renovate a similarly priced house with similar renovation budgets in different cities; host Alison Victoria proves how location, different budgeting strategies, and types of design can affect the outcome.
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Egypt Sherrod imparts her 15-plus years of house-flipping experience to novices who are navigating the unexpected realities of purchasing, renovating and selling a home for profit. The key, she says, is to find the right house -- often the worst house on the block -- and to stay on budget. During the series, Egypt advises newbies to overlook an old home's stains, smells and dirt to envision its potential -- but will the "flipping virgins" heed her advice? In the end, Egypt and her pupils work together to implement smart renovation choices in hopes of earning maximum profit.
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The booming Southeast real estate market of Atlanta is the setting of this installment in HGTV's "Flip or Flop" franchise, which began with Tarek and Christina El Moussa buying, renovating and then selling houses in Southern California. Doing the same in Georgia's capital are Ken and Anita Corsini, a reno-savvy husband and wife who believe no project -- even houses that have been abandoned for years and trashed by squatters -- is too big for their family business. Ken's skills as a licensed contractor and Anita's know-how in real estate and design set the stage for the couple to produce top-dollar flips.