A couple of first-time flippers, driven by their desire to max out their income, are enthusiastic about diving into their first flip project. Host Egypt Sherrod is on hand to make sure they don't break the bank in the process and begins by encouraging a cautious approach to choosing the right house. After they've decided, the ambitious couple are hands-on when it comes to demolition. Unforeseen permit delays threaten their plans, however, and it's up to Egypt to save the day.
Best friends who have been talking about flipping a house for years receive help from host Egypt Sherrod, who steps in to prevent them from making costly mistakes that could cost them their lifelong friendship. After considering their options, the guys agree to transform a four-bedroom duplex into a single-family home. But their shoestring budget soon takes a hit with a series of costly surprises, and it takes all of Egypt's expertise to get this flip back on track.
After her first attempt at renovating a house ended in divorce, a woman is teaming up with her best friend to tackle an Atlanta flip that could mean huge profits. That is, if the project doesn't cost them their friendship first. The duo have a healthy budget, but they quickly learn that a bigger house comes with bigger risks. The two friends debate between taking a cautious approach vs. taking a gamble on riskier projects.
Busy parents who are raising three kids and running a business together are now determined to tackle their first house flip. Luckily, flipping expert Egypt Sherrod steps in to help keep them and their project on track. But just when she thinks she's making real progress, Egypt uncovers a major curveball that threatens to put the entire project in the red.
A couple who made a major career change hope to subsidize the family income with some serious flipping. They are nervous about plowing their life savings into a single venture and insist on seeing lower-priced properties, but host Egypt Sherrod warns that a humble price tag could come with costly surprises down the line. When the demolition ends and the dust settles, the bad news starts piling up from the basement to the roof.