Paul and Angela are fighting to save their small business, and to do it, they want to generate more cash flow by splitting their single-family rental into a duplex. Scott gives them two options: a 2 bedroom, or a souped-up 2 bedroom with a rooftop deck.
New couple Andrew and Maria just bought the perfect home in the perfect neighborhood, but they need an income suite to manage their huge mortgage. Scott gives them two options: a 2 bedroom or a 3 bedroom; then transforms their upper floor into a stunning rental.
Vic needs to pay for his aging mother's care by converting her old apartment into a money making income property. Scott gives him two options: a large 1-bedroom layout, or a 2-bedroom.
Joe and Nellie need to fund their teenagers' college educations, so they invested in an income property. They already have a tenant on the ground floor, so Scott gives them two options for the basement: a 2 bedroom or a 3 bedroom suite, then helps build a 2nd apartment so they can build their savings.
Jeff and Lee plan to fund their retirement with multiple income properties. Scott gives them two options for the basement: a 1 bedroom or a 2 bedroom; then helps turn their second property into a moneymaker.
New parents Richard and Leanne want to start a college fund for their son. Their sister Michelle wants to invest in real estate. Instead of sitting on their hands, the trio joined forces and bought an income property. Scott gives them two options: 1 bedroom or 1 bedroom plus den, then helps build a basement apartment so their triplex turns a profit.
Sisters Liza, Mary and Stella team up to transform Liza's basement into a retirement apartment for their aging parents. Scott gives them two options: a 1 bedroom or a 2 bedroom layout.
Kathy just bought her first home. With her sister Fanche in tow, she's building an income property to cut down her mortgage payments. Scott gives them two options: a 1-bedroom or a 2-bedroom layout.
Scott's friend Jen and her husband Paul bought and renovated a fixer upper in their dream neighborhood. To help pay for it all, they need an income suite in their basement. Scott gives them two options: a bachelor or a 1-bedroom layout; in one of his biggest challenges to date.
Leah and Stew made big sacrifices to save a down payment for their first home. Now they're counting on a rental unit to help them with the mortgage. Scott gives them the option between a 2 or 3-bedroom layout.
Roz and Katherine need an escape from the limelight. But to help them afford it, they need to transform their outdated cottage into an upscale rental retreat. Scott gives them two options: one with a high-end master and more luxurious upgrades.
Rebecca and Stew left the city to follow their dreams in the country. To make ends meet, they need to cash in on local tourism with a vacation property. Scott gives them two options: convert a portion of their country home, or fully convert their freestanding art studio.
Andrea and Mike need to transform their humble waterfront vacation property into a moneymaker so they can save for retirement. Scott gives them two options: Both with major interior upgrades, and one with full patio overhaul.
Anne and Jody bought a 2-unit vacation property for their family and need to rent out 1 unit to help pay the mortgage. Scott gives them two options: both with full interior upgrades, but one with a higher-end bathroom and patio.
Rob and Heidi's foster kids are coming of age. To prepare them for life on their own, they're building a basement suite where they can be independent but still close to home. Scott gives them two options: a 2-bedroom or a 3-bedroom layout.
Kim and Tracy want to fulfill their dream of someday helping animals and retiring to Mexico by building an income suite in their basement. Scott gives them two options: a spacious 1-bedroom or a 3-bedroom layout.
Helene bought a 4-unit home to safeguard her financial future as an actress. She plans to keep two existing tenants, live in one unit, and upgrade the other to maximize rental income. Scott gives her two options: a 2-bedroom, or 3-bedroom layout.
Kat and Andrew are struggling to start a family, so they're counting on an income property to help pay for fertility treatments. Scott gives them two options: a 1-bedroom or a 2-bedroom layout.
Pat wants to retire in her home, but she won't be able to afford it unless she builds an income suite in her moldy basement. Scott gives her and her adult daughters two options: a 2-bedroom, or a 3-bedroom layout.
Sheri and Dan invested in a 2-unit home and they're counting on the rental income to afford multiple organized sports for their three boys. Scott gives them two options for the lower unit: a 2-bedroom or a 3-bedroom layout.
Dany's a firefighter planning a future career change. To finance it, he and his wife Genevieve invest in an income property. Scott gives them 2 options for the upper unit: a 2-bedroom, or an executive 1-bedroom layout.
Michael and Kristine are scientists working for the same start up company, so they invested in a 2-unit income property for added financial security. Scott gives them two options for the upper unit: A 2-bedroom layout, or a large 1 bedroom.
Asad is a Professional Stage Hypnotist. He's on the road for weeks at a time, so he wants to rent out his condo short-term while he's away. Scott gives him two options: a full upgrade on the existing 1 bedroom layout, or an all-new 2-bedroom layout.
Tyler and Ashley were keen to invest in real estate, so when the run-down house next door went up for sale, they snatched it up. Scott gives them two options: both full gut jobs, one with the existing layout and one with a new powder room.