Season 2, Episode 6 Go Bold or Go Home
Lindsey and Eric go big restoring a termite-infested midcentury gem. The duo makes some bold design choices such as vibrant orange tiles, a pink front door and a cocktail grove addition in the back yard. Going against the fundamentals of flipping, the team then gets rid of a room to enhance the outdoor living space. Will their risky design choices appeal to potential buyers?
Season 2, Episode 5 Funky Floor Plan
Lindsey and Erics flip project is plagued by windstorms that threaten to blow away any chance of making a profit. The duo starts out by completely overhauling the homes existing floor plan with some stunning design ideas. Lindsey hopes to create a cozy and inviting vibe by bringing in beachy design elements such as shiplap and a reclaimed wood mantle. With finishing touches that range from the revived outdoor living space to the spruced up casita taking this home over the top, getting top-dollar on this house will be anything but a breeze.
Season 2, Episode 4 From Trashy To Flashy
Lindsey and Eric score a deal on a house listed below the market value of the neighborhood, so they make an offer sight unseen. However, the couple quickly realizes the 1990s ranch is full of structural surprises that arent up to code, leaving them wondering if they can turn the eyesore into a profitable property.
Season 2, Episode 3 From Pit to Poolside
Lindsey and Eric take on the challenge of reviving a midcentury modern home that was abandoned mid-renovation. They work with its vintage charm while adding modern comforts like a custom pool and fire pit to create a swank outdoor oasis.
Season 2, Episode 2 A Prickly Situation
Lindsey and Eric buy a property that is lacking in both function and form. To get top dollar, the flippers set out to rework the homes funky floor plan. Problems like a broken AC system and a cactus with a mean streak, however, make Lindsey and Eric struggle to keep their cool in the hot desert market.
Season 2, Episode 1 Uneasy Street
Lindsey and Eric ignore the location, location, location credo of real estate and flip a house on a busy road. The dated 90s-style house gets revived as an open-concept, dual-master retreat. Will the stunning remodel be enough to lure in buyers, or will the noisy location drive away potential profit?