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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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Realtor and flipping expert Egypt Sherrod shows a couple of design-savvy friends the ropes as they look for their first flip around Atlanta; they begin renovating a ramshackle gem in a run-down neighborhood, but bad news hits the budget hard.
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Expecting their first baby, a couple step up to the challenge and prepare to tackle their first flip; Egypt's strategy to score a property with existing offers pays off big and so does leveraging a home inspection to bring down the price.
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A couple seeks to flip an Atlanta duplex to raise funds for their own forever home; while he's prepared to get dirty, she wants to earn a maximum profit with minimal sweat equity; realtor Egypt Sherrod steps in to guide them through the process.
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An woman teams up with her mother and takes on a flip with lots of profit potential; Egypt scores them an unlisted duplex to turn into a single-family home; the ladies prove they're not afraid of power tools, while Egypt's husband offers his support.
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Atlanta sisters are prepared to take major risks; realtor Egypt Sherrod soon lands a choice property for less than the asking price; a fireplace is discovered during demolition but a nasty surprise delays the project for weeks.
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Busy parents Noelle and Ron are raising three kids and running a business together, and now they're determined to tackle their first house flip.
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After her first attempt at renovating a house ended in divorce, a woman teams up with her best friend to tackle an Atlanta flip that could mean huge profits.
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First-time flippers gamble their life savings on a neglected rental.
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A couple of first-time flippers driven by their desire to max out their income are enthusiastic about diving into their first project.
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A couple with three kids just moved from California to Atlanta and wants to take on their first-ever flip; Egypt Sherrod helps them find a dated property with profit potential and seals the deal well below asking.
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Two best friends are ready to mix business with pleasure by transforming an Atlanta fixer-upper into moneymaker, but Egypt's idea of a property with profit potential gives the friends nothing but nightmares.
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A woman is ready to leave her family's business to start flipping houses, and her mother is prepared to roll up her sleeves to help make it happen, but the house hunt reveals a steep learning curve for the ladies.
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A father-daughter duo is determined to transform a modest nest egg into a handsome profit that will pad her children's college fund; they search for an Atlanta fixer upper with great bones and a big profit margin.
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Hoping for a new career that will allow them to work side by side, an Atlanta couple puts their life savings on the line for a fixer-upper with big profit potential; an ambitious renovation involves shoring up a weak foundation.
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A pair of first-time flippers hope to create a legacy for their young family but don't have enough experience to know where to start; Egypt Sherrod leads the way and gets the couple to look past the junk to see the profit potential.
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A mother-daughter duo tackles their first flip with plans to donate the proceeds to a cause close to their hearts -- schoolchildren in their native Nigeria; Egypt helps them seal the deal on an ambitious property.
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A couple is hoping to subsidize the family income with some flipping, but are nervous about using their life savings on a single venture; flipping expert Egypt Sherrod warns that a small price tag could come with costly surprises down the line.
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A couple of teachers want to supplement their income by flipping homes and they invest their life savings to make it happen; Egypt agrees to show them the ropes and begins with an ingenious way to subdivide a property to increase their earnings.
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Hoping to cash in on Atlanta's red-hot real estate market, Denise and Ryan are determined to flip their first home, and they are even prepared to reinvest the proceeds to launch a flipping business.
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First-time flippers Bonnie and Drew want in on Atlanta's hopping real estate market, and Egypt Sherrod tells them to act quickly.
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Best friends Brent and Patrick have been talking about flipping a house for years, and need help to prevent them from making costly mistakes that could cost them their lifelong friendship.

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