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Exes-turned business partners Christina "Nina" Klemm and Michael LeSure have turned their breakup into a positive outcome by starting a business together flipping high-end homes in "Flipping Exes." Nina and Michael's business is in Carmel, Ind., nicknamed "the Beverly Hills of the Midwest" and while they work well together, their rollercoaster relationship can be a challenge when it comes to handling the day-to-day operations involving demanding clientele. Between the ups and downs, Nina and Michael buy, renovate and sell high-end properties all while keeping each other on their toes.

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aired 157 days ago
Nina and Michael rehab a flip that Michael bought at auction; when Michael busts down the front door, the graffiti-covered interior is a shocker; Michael and the team throw Nina a surprise party for their three-year business anniversary.
aired 164 days ago
Nina and Michael work with a new investor, and it's love at first sight for a modern farmhouse; romance is in the air, both for the house and for Nina; Michael feels the pressure to find new flips and secretly buys a property to surprise Nina.
aired 171 days ago
Business is booming for Nina and Michael who must complete two flips at the same time, causing a lot of stress and financial burden; a wily investor and construction growing pains hamper the duo's progress, and something's got to give.
aired 178 days ago
Nina and Michael rehab a house hoping to impress the investor and secure future business; Nina and Michael put in a bid to renovate and sell David Letterman's childhood home, and the competition to sell this modest property is unexpectedly stiff.
aired 182 days ago
Nina and Michael take on their first renovation client, a family that returns to Indiana and buys a childhood home in Eden Estates; it's a sweet, sentimental rehab until a major mishap puts Michael and Nina's problem-solving skills to the test.
aired 182 days ago
Michael and Nina work with a questionable investor who hands them a very small budget, a half completed house and a strict deadline; every new obstacle brings out the devil in Nina as her budget dwindles and her temper rises.
aired 182 days ago
Nina and Michael flip their first historical house, only to find that the Historical Society, not Nina, gets the last word on a major rehab decision; Nina sells a multimillion-dollar home for over list price in record time.

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