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Southern California is the office of real estate maven/contractor Jessie Rodriguez and his wife, Tina, who have taken their passion for vintage homes and turned it into a thriving business. "Vintage Flip" follows the couple as they purchase dilapidated, distressed dwellings, restore them with custom design features and architectural elements, and sell them for profit. Jessie and Tina specialize in rehabilitating classic American homes. Among featured projects are a 1929 Tudor, a 1902 turn-of-the-century cottage, a rare Eichler-style post and beam, and a 1924 Spanish revival.

Latest episodes

aired 164 days ago
Jessie and Tina tackle the renovation of a 1912 Craftsman-style bungalow in San Dimas, Calif., a community with a small town feel and unique architecture.
aired 164 days ago
Jessie and Tina work on a turn-of-the-century cottage that they want to modernize while restoring some of the original details.
aired 171 days ago
Jessie and Tina dive into restoring a 1923 art deco bungalow in Ontario, Calif.; while the property is in a great neighborhood, the house itself is a confusing mishmash of styles.
aired 171 days ago
Jessie and Tina roll up their sleeves and take on a 1952 postwar home in Covina, Calif. with a rich, industrial history ready to be restored, but problems lurk around every corner.
aired 178 days ago
Jessie and Tina work to bring an 1899 Queen Anne Victorian home full of original details and vintage character back to life in Redlands, Calif.
aired 178 days ago
Jessie and Tina take a chance on a small 1936 Spanish hacienda home in Long Beach, Calif. in an expensive neighborhood.
aired 185 days ago
Jessie and Tina take on a neglected Folk Victorian home built in 1898 in Redlands, Calif., in such bad condition they quickly realize they must use everything they have to make it work.
aired 185 days ago
Jessie and Tina renovate a Craftsman home, complete with an unpermitted room, in the area of Retro Row in Long Beach, California.
aired 192 days ago
Jessie and Tina are restoring an abandoned ranch home in West Covina, Calif. that was built in 1952 during Southern California's car culture boom, and they are excited to channel a vintage car theme in the home's design.
aired 192 days ago
A Spanish-style home in Monrovia, Calif., has lost all of its character; Jessie and Tina work to restore its glory within the confines of a budget and strict building regulations.
aired 199 days ago
Jessie and Tina restore a 1959 midcentury modern dream house in Upland, Calif. with vaulted ceilings, huge windows, and open floor plan, and streamlined exterior.
aired 199 days ago
Jessie and Tina purchase a small one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage in the up-and-coming downtown area of Pomona, Calif., and want to reconfigure the 1907 home to add a second bedroom and bathroom.
aired 206 days ago
Jessie and Tina have closed on a huge house on the historic register in Ontario, Calif., and they're excited to get started on this 1918 homestead.
aired 206 days ago
A couple takes a risk in buying a 1925 Spanish home in LaVerne, Calif., before seeing the inside.
aired 213 days ago
Jessie and Tina purchase a massive Craftsman in a desirable neighborhood of Claremont, Calif., that has been a fixture of the area ever since 1914, but desperately needs renovation.
aired 213 days ago
While Tina goes out of town, Jessie comes across a quaint home in downtown Upland, Calif., that was built in 1924 and sits across the street from an old railroad station.
aired 479 days ago
Jessie and Tina work to restore a Tudor Cottage home from 1923 in their hometown of Claremont, Calif. that is completely gutted on the inside.
aired 493 days ago
Jessie and Tina work on a Craftsman home that is in close proximity to the Claremont colleges, which gives it an edge during resale.

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