Scott McGillivray is presented two excellent opportunities to invest in properties with amateur investors. Amanda and Marty have purchased a 1950s corner-lot bungalow in the very same small town where Scott got his real estate start. Jessica and Jeremy purchased an early 1900s two-story corner property with a large fenced-in yard. Now it's up to Scott to choose the partner with the potential to make the most profit.
Scott has to decide between a massive Victorian fixer-upper and a dilapidated semi-detached. Both houses are in hot markets, and both have a ton of potential, but the rookie mistakes that have already been made will play a big part in his decision.
Scott must choose between a cute yet dated two-story home and a neglected bungalow with a basement apartment. With his money on the line, he will have to decide which property stands the best chance for success.
Adam and Kelly have a great house in a great neighborhood. It needs a little work but it's already tenanted and making money. Shane and Deb, on the other hand, won't make any money until they finish their renovation, which is ongoing even after four years! Both teams need Scott's help so he'll have to decide which one needs him more and which opportunity will reap the most reward.
A desperate married couple and two business-minded sisters compete for Scott"s cash in a suburban face-off. When faced with the realities of both situations, he may need to ignore the numbers and go with his gut.
Craig and Lindsay have an upscale heritage home that requires extensive restoration while Kenson and Charles have an average home with a very unique building opportunity. With two exciting proposals in front of him, Scott McGillivray will have to crunch the numbers and decide which one is the safer bet. Being in a brand-new city and unfamiliar market, however, won't make it any easier.
Scott puts his real estate skills to the test when presented with two homes in an unfamiliar market. He quickly discovers that flipping in a new city can have some unexpected financial repercussions.
Scott faces a tough decision when he has to choose between two classic Colonial-style houses. Some renovation surprises are to be expected, but when he discovers a "phantom" third floor, it takes the rehab to a whole new level.
Scott takes his investment dollars to sunny south Florida, where he's pitched two appealing properties. Both have great value-adding potential, but when he finds himself drowning in structural issues, Scott questions whether he will sink or swim.
Scott McGillivray debates partnering with an eager couple new to flipping and another couple stuck in a mid-flip crisis. With two great houses full of value adding possibilities at his fingertips, Scott is confident that he can't make a wrong choice. But when some exterior issues threaten to derail the project, Scott and his new partners learn there's no such thing as a sure bet.
Scott thinks he has a pretty easy decision to make after touring a dated house in need of an overhaul and a large home with a bizarre layout. Scott's all set to deliver the news, but when an unexpected change in financing comes into play, he changes his mind on the spot.