Shine on, you crazy diamonds.
Flipping a house is an emotional roller coaster. If you’re thinking about following the lead of DIY’s First Time Flippers, here’s …
A married couple flips their first home in Locust Grove, GA. He has construction experience, but the flip becomes harder than expected when she gets easily distracted, threatening their ability to finish the project on time.
A couple is forced to spend half their budget and timeline fixing structural issues on a house she chose in Clyde, NC. He wants to bring in professionals to finish the job, but she's desperate to stay on budget and do the work themselves.
A couple flips a home in College Park, GA, and thinks the hard part is over because the interior demo is complete. However, when their first project goes awry and their timeline is busted by permit delays, they worry the flip is nothing but a money pit.
Garren and Beau struggle to find common ground while attempting their first flip in Columbia, TN. When the renovation gets derailed by flooding and a major roof leak, they must decide whether to risk it all in order to finish the house or walk away.
After realizing their hometown of Franklin, TN, is too expensive for their first flip, a couple decides Memphis' market is right for their budget. However, flipping 200 miles from home has its drawbacks and they worry about finishing in four weeks.
Two friends go all-in on a partially renovated home in Atlanta, GA. It's clear from their first project that they're in over their heads, and when permits shut down all interior work, the duo worries they are stuck in a financial disaster.
Though they may not have a lot of experience, some first-time flippers find success in the real estate market with their renovations. Since nothing sells a home more than a great kitchen, these flippers know where to put their money by transforming old, run-down kitchens into beautiful spaces any buyer would want.
There are a million things that can go wrong for first-time flippers! These newbies learn the hard way that one should never underestimate the difficulty or safety of a routine renovation.
With plenty of preparation, smart design choices and a little hard work, savvy flippers who know what buyers want create stunning homes by making dynamic and jaw-dropping renovations.
Family ties are put to the test in colorful and unforgettable flipping moments involving siblings, cousins and parents. Success is still possible, but only if they can come together to get the job done.
Kitchens and baths may sell homes, but curb appeal draws buyers from the sidewalk into the door. Memorable first time home renovators take on exterior issues from logging to masonry.
From non-stop questions to incorrect use of tools, flippers find themselves in some seriously funny situations. They experience trials, tribulations and hilarious moments during their renovations.