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Host and renovator Scott McGillivray shows homeowners with cash problems how to create rental suites in their home, as a way to generate additional revenue to defray mortgage costs. In each episode, McGillivray presents his client with two design options. After they pick the one that meets their needs, the host and his team of contractors renovate the space, with the meticulous McGillivray overseeing a sleek and cost-effective makeover.

Latest episodes

aired 42 days ago
A couple searches for an urban house with a basement apartment.
aired 42 days ago
Joe needs an income property to help pay down his debt.
aired 42 days ago
Scott helps Jason and Peky find a house with a basement apartment.
aired 42 days ago
Marissa and Bryan need Scott's help to find a home with an income suite.
aired 42 days ago
A couple looks for a home with a rental unit in a hot neighborhood.

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