Tarek and Christina give a new contractor a try after buying a newer home in need of some renovations in the hilly neighborhood of La Mirada, Cal.
Tarek and Christina take a gamble on a new contractor and a listing that could prove too good to be true.
Tarek and Christina take on a renovation of a dated house situated on a busy street near an airport and noisy elementary school.
Tarek and Christina make an offer on a bank-owned listing that has great potential, but also comes with many problems.
Tarek and Christina take out an expensive loan to buy a home that needs major updating in the upscale neighborhood of Whittier, Cal.
The possibility of water damage to a family home in an upscale California neighborhood doesn't deter Tarek and Christina from buying it for $490,000.
Tarek and Christina purchase a small home in Whittier, Cal., which they hope to renovate on a tiny budget.
Tarek and Christina consider buying an Anaheim home even though they aren't allowed inside the property.
Termite damage is discovered after Tarek and Christina purchase a home in need of cosmetic fixes in Ontario, Cal.
A master bathroom that's covered in toxic mold gets treated by Tarek and Christina, who also deal with fire and termite damage as they work to flip a five-bedroom home in Bellflower, Cal.
Tarek and Christina discover the foreclosure they purchased for $430,000 has been vandalized and they are left with broken windows, damaged floors and major plumbing problems to fix.
Tarek and Christina take a gamble on a four-bedroom home with a pool offered on a short sale, believing that all the place needs is a face-lift.
In the Season 2 premiere, Tarek and Christina broaden their search for homes to flip and find a promising property in Los Angeles County, which they bid on sight unseen.
Tarek and Christina step out of their comfort zone when taking on an architecturally significant mid-century modern home.
A for-sale-by-owner property in Garden Grove, Cal., has the potential to be too good to be true.
Tarek and Christina end up with a junk yard after taking a chance on a small, but interesting Long Beach property with a massive structure in the backyard.
Tarek and Christina's efforts to modernize a 1960s-style home in Fullerton, Cal., are followed.
Tarek and Christina spend more than they planned on a foreclosure with an awkward layout in Yorba Linda, Cal.
A dirty and dated house looks like a bargain to Tarek and Christina—that is, until after they win it at auction and learn that it requires more than an inexpensive cosmetic rehab.
Tarek and Christina receive financial assistance and some unwanted renovation advice from a real-estate investor when they try to flip a home with an initial price tag of $700,000.
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