Carolina and her team find a small but perfect investment, a 1950's block home with an interesting masonry wall and a lot of potential. It's an eyesore now and filled with the previous owner's junk, but that won't stop Carolina. She tackles the kitchen, floors, walls, roof and windows - and more, to turn this mid-century wreck into a cozy Miami cottage. But will she turn a profit?
Carolina buys a new house in an online auction, sight unseen. She kicks off the renovations by breaking through brick walls to bring in the light and completely gutting out the kitchen. The renovation is moving fast until a one-inch misstep throws a wrench into the works, and Carolina must hustle to stay on track.
Carolina turns her attention to the front of the house where she's kicking up the curb appeal. Her tight budget takes a hit when a quick roof repair becomes a larger job, and city codes require extra work for the new driveway build. Carolina pushes to keep the project moving along, despite the costly overages.
A determined Carolina saves money while making over three bedrooms and a master bath. She reuses materials in need of a good cleaning and refurbishes abandoned furniture to use for staging.
Carolina's on the last leg of this renovation and is keen to get it on the market. She transforms the overgrown backyard into its very own slice of paradise. Last up, she guts out the 70's bathroom and replaces it with all new modern, sleek finishes, just in time for the open house!
Carolina's new flip is on a tight schedule, so she wastes no time getting to work, gutting out bathrooms and ripping up smelly carpet. But just as quickly as work starts, everything comes to halt when an infestation of ants is uncovered.
Carolina's new flip is quickly turning into a money pit and work in the kitchen proves to be no different. Carolina is devastated to learn that all the plumbing needs to be replaced.
Another costly fix causes Carolina to reevaluate her budget and game plan for this flip. Carolina realizes she's in much deeper than she originally planned, and decides to go all in to market her new flip as a complete remodel.
This little flip has presented more than its fair share of challenges! Carolina hopes that the extra work and dollars spent will pay off in the end. Last up, Carolina tackles the sunroom, where the hits keep coming. She learns that the additional room is not up to code and must be rebuilt. Carolina goes all in, and keeps her fingers crossed that the open house will bring her some good news.
Carolina has her hands full as she takes on the abandoned eyesore of the neighborhood. Work kicks off in the great room where Caro demolishes the dated drop ceiling and gets an unfortunate surprise! But quickly, she has an idea to make up for her loss by cashing in on an abandoned gem.
Honeybees have taken up space in Carolina's soffit and they have to be relocated before renovations can begin on the exterior. As work finally gets rolling, it turns out that the bees are the least of Carolina's worries in making over her jungle of a backyard.
Carolina's master suite feels cramped and the bathroom lacks a proper vanity, so she gets to work reconfiguring the space. So far, she's managed to stay on budget, but a slow drain in the bathroom forces her to open up the floor.
Carolina has one last hurdle to leap before she can put her flip on the market. The front needs a major makeover, from top to bottom, starting with the unsightly faux brick wall. But just as Caro patches one mistake, another problem pops up. The pressure's on to finish in time!