Ken and Anita get a promising lead on a wholesale property in Marietta, Georgia. It could be a diamond in the rough, but after sitting vacant for four years it has more problems than they bargained for.
Ken and Anita purchase a 1000-square-foot home in an up-and-coming Atlanta neighborhood. Not only does the house have an all-tile exterior, but they also find serious issues with the foundation. They must get creative if they want to compete with the neighboring homes.
Ken and Anita get a lead on a 1950s brick ranch house in Ken's hometown of Marietta, Georgia. They need to balance inexpensive cosmetic fixes with big renovations in the kitchen and master suite without going over their small renovation budget.
Ken and Anita are in Tucker, Georgia, to flip a home that's been tied up in estate dealings for years. The house needs a lot of remodeling to update the floor plan, but surprises pile up and the flip gets shut down in the middle of renovations.
Ken and Anita flip a trashed rental house in Smyrna, Georgia, a popular Atlanta suburb. The house is on a big lot, and sales prices in the area look good, but the old structure reveals that it's more than just another ugly house.
Ken and Anita buy a farmhouse sight unseen on a large plot of land and arrive to find a home in a neighborhood of all new construction. After a back-and-forth flip strategy, an issue in the backyard could cost them tens of thousands of dollars and shut them down for months.
Ken and Anita get a bargain on an ugly 1970s split-level house in the sophisticated neighborhood of Buckhead, GA. It's more expensive than their typical flips and the renovation is pricey, but the potential for profit is way too good to pass up. Ken and Anita now need to renovate the house within budget in order to attract high-end buyers and make their biggest profit yet.