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Masters of Flip

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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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