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Real estate agent Jon Pierre Tjon-Joe-Pin and his wife, Mary, are ready to tackle the worst homes in the Houston area as they take on a home renovation business together. They combine their talents in real estate and interior design to turn abandoned homes in high-end neighborhoods into sleek and modern abodes that won't break the bank. Each episode will follow the busy parents of two as they utilize bold features such as geometric artwork, bamboo sinks and removable wallpaper to entice young families that are looking for modern style but must stick to a budget.

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Jon gets a great deal on a house at an auction, but it needs a lot of work before it can go on the market; Mary aims for a classic but modern design, with brand new flooring, bold fixtures and a standout kitchen.
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Jon and Mary find a project in a charming community, a walking neighborhood with no driveways; they plan to open up the galley kitchen, but they'll need to fix the upstairs layout and add a third bedroom to attract buyers.
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Jon and Mary find a house that brings out a New Orleans vibe; the home is in a great location, but it's small and needs plenty of exterior work.
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Jon and Mary find a dated house in a desirable, family-friendly neighborhood but a mix-up stops all work for days.
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Mary and Jon decide to cut design costs after running into several setbacks while leveling the foundation of a house that Jon bought in an up-and-coming neighborhood.
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Jon finds a house to flip in a prime Houston location; Mary tries to sell Jon on a black-and-white design theme.
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Jon buys a home in a popular neighborhood without showing Mary first; Mary creates a masterpiece out of the old fake fireplace to help generate more profit.

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