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HGTV renovation stars face off against one another as they try to add value to identical properties in the Los Angeles area with only four weeks to complete the project and win a cash prize.

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aired 9 days ago
The designers tackle their great rooms and outdoor living spaces by tearing down walls and adding fireplaces and pergolas to increase the homes' value.
aired 9 days ago
A couple receives a dream renovation, three years in the making, to their dated house that incorporates special features indoors and out.
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Leanne, Alison, Mina and Jasmine reach the final week and finish the remaining rooms and exteriors; Drew and the appraisers inspect each house.
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The designers take on their kitchens; Leanne takes a big leap by losing her upper cabinets; Alison banks on high-end appliances; Mina adds loads of storage; Jasmine goes for the wow factor with an entertaining center; Drew has a surprise delivery.
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The designers tackle their master suites; Leanne creates a his-and-hers bathroom; Alison adds touches of Chicago chic in the bedroom; Jasmine goes with airy, livable designs; Mina gets creative with high-end shower features.
aired 16 days ago
A tract home is modernized by opening up spaces and turning a courtyard into a cozy outdoor family area.
aired 24 days ago
A late 1800s historic home receives a major expansion, including a massive kitchen with a 13-foot island.
aired 31 days ago
The Round 1 winner transforms a former warehouse into an industrial living space, complete with a modern, yet cozy, master suite.

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