The Young Guns score a house that used to be a church, but when they're called out of town cousin Casey takes over the flip. Donna and Toni win a tiny one-room service building that they completely transform into a cottage retreat.
Donna and Toni get orders from Daddy Snow to buy a house that's very special to him, and it's coming up for auction. He grew up in it and his father moved it years before. The sisters' renovation keeps the old place true to history and to the period in which it was built.
The other movers are wary of moving a house with a stucco exterior, but not Randy. He's certain he got a steal on this place until he gets inside and finds water damage and black mold. When Casey is left to turnaround a shabby lakeside home by himself, he decides to hire a new hand -- the Snows' contractor, Catrina.
The Lone Wolf wins a house that has a few major issues and creates an interior that will appeal to city guys. Meanwhile, the Young Guns take on a building that could have been a garage. They decide to create a cute "in-law" studio suite.
The Snow Sisters score a house that looks pretty rough. They like the cedar shingle exterior but don't like that they'll need to cut the house apart to move it. The interior will need to be reconfigured, and the exterior will need some real work to add curb appeal. They decide to open up the interior and make the kitchen the focal point of the house: a Cook's Kitchen.
Casey grabs a neglected house that must be cut in two before it can be moved. He decides to double his profits by taking the two halves and making a new house out of each. His plans are almost dashed when a Texas twister destroys one of the halves, but he decides to pick up the pieces and rebuild.
The Snow sisters and the Lone Wolf each win a house with the same size, layout and footprint. Both teams learn of a buyer who is looking for small houses like these to put on a guest ranch so both try to design with the customer in mind. Will the customer take one, both or neither?
The sisters buy a house that sits right next door to one that the Lone Wolf snatches up. With the house rental market heating up, they both decide to tailor their flips to that clientele.
The Lone Wolf bites off more than he can chew when he picks up large house that needs plenty of work. He's too busy to get it to auction quickly so he calls in fellow flipper Casey to lighten his load. Together they turn this worn-out three bedroom into a home to behold.
A cute cabin in seemingly good condition turns out to be a constant headache for the Lone Wolf, while the Snows take a house that was made into an office and turn it back into a home.
The Lone Wolf tackles a house that is in pretty good shape, but there's an add-on and an attached garage that he'll need to leave behind. He decides to turn it into the ideal home for empty nesters but needs the help of the Snow sisters make it happen.
Donna and Toni buy four containers to turn into two houses. It turns out these kinds of homes are even more popular than they had anticipated when two different buyers contact them each wanting a container house right away. Brother Gary suggests that his four daughters take on one of the builds to help the sisters out.
Casey scores a house with good hardwood floors near downtown Fort Worth. In order to move the house, he needs to cut part of the roof off and later discovers asbestos siding that has to be removed. Casey and contractor Catrina turn this tumble down house into an ideal place for a home-based business.