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Have you ever wondered about the properties that goes up for auctions and how it works? With the new show Property Wars, it is all about people bidding on different properties. The bid on the properties for they will be able to flip the properties. There are two people; one person is at a different location and on their cell phone with the second person. While the other person is at the property and trying to figure out what the property is all about.

The person at the house cannot go into the house or the yard. They have to look everywhere possible to see inside the yard and in the yard. They do this to know the property is like and to tell the first person if it is worth bidding on it or not. With not being able to go into the property, it is somewhat hard to know if it is worth bidding on it and if it is worth bidding on it, then what the limit would be.

When it is time to start bidding, the first person tells the person that is at the property the amount to bid. After the auction is over, then the person that is, actually paying for the property will go to the property and actually be able to go into the property because now they have the key. When they are able to go in to the property that is when they will be able to what has to do to fix the property up to resale it.

Property Wars, is a very interesting show to watch because you will never know what the property has in store for the people that is buying it. When they are able to go though the property that is when they start thinking about they are able to do without spending a lot of money but is able to get a big return when they go and resell it again. They do this to make sure that they receive as much of a profit as they possibly can get.

Thursday 10:00 PM et/pt on Discovery Channel
2 Seasons, 35 Episodes - Currently Airing
July 12, 2012
Family
5.1/10
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Property Wars Full Episode Guide

  • The buyers scramble to get to the first house today. Too busy, Scott must depend on Lou to inspect it.

  • Doug is relentless with his bids on a house; a rare opportunity arises.

  • Scott spots a vacation home; Christina tries to distract Scott and Ed with cookies.

  • Scott and Christina face off.

  • There a new team from LA is in town to shake things up. The new girl, Christina squares off with Scott, who is determined to show her that it takes more than pretty looks to succeed in the Phoenix.

  • The buyers compete for a two-story home. Scott is determined to get the property, but Doug decides to leave it up to fate for his next bid.

  • At the first home Doug is impressed by the home's potential and hopes that the house is as nice on the inside. Later, Scott thinks he may have found a big winner of the day while Ed is doubtful.

  • Things are switched up in Phoenix, with Steve trying his hand at buying properties and Ed taking his turn at the auction. The fellow buyers decide to put the newcomer through the wringer. Will Steve beginner's luck come through?

  • The Phoenix buyers are willing to get the today's newest properties by any means necessary. Scott eyes a house in a desirable area, and uses his puppy to get a leg up on the competition. Next, Ed's anger over Scott leads him to bet big on a small home.

  • The buyers start off the day at a house Scott thinks is ideal for a snowbird client. Later, they check out a small house that Ed is drawn to for nostalgic reasons, while Doug sees at as an easy moneymaker.

  • A newcomer faces off with Doug; John has his eye set on a move-in-ready house.

  • Despite the stormy weather, the buyers are ready for today's properties. They start at home where Scott does his best to rattle Ed. Meanwhile, John pursues a possible fixer-upper, relying on his veteran buyer's instincts.

  • A rural home near a dairy farm is explored.

  • Ed eyes a rental property; Doug and John target a house on a golf course.

  • Doug and Ed compete for a property; John gambles on a house.

  • A cold snap scares off all but the most hearty buyers. A surprise turn from the auctioneers results in a huge win. Uncharacteristically Doug goes strong on a fixer-upper, John's usual territory. John takes advantage of Scott's being sick...and whiney.

  • Scott takes his son to work with him.

  • A rural home near a dairy farm is explored.

  • Doug overpays for a house; Ed and Steve make a risky bid.

  • John invests in an old mansion; Doug purchases a horse property in the desert; and Scott and Ed clash over a rental property.

  • John bids on a historic house; Scott is willing to make a gamble.

  • Ed checks out a house in a questionable neighborhood; John and Scott disagree over a property.

  • Doug and Ed fight for a property; John gambles on a house.

  • An upscale home and a house in a rough neighborhood are purchased.

  • Scott digs through trash in search of clues in the second-season opener.

  • Ed's inexperience with the Phoenix market could hurt him. John bids strong on a colorful historic house. Stuck in traffic, Scott bids on a house blindly.

  • Scott and Doug's rivalry reaches it's boiling point, leading Doug to overpay for a house with many nasty surprises. Ed and Steve gamble on a bold bid.

  • Will New Yorker Scott's unusual inspection techniques be to his advantage in Phoenix? Tempers flare and phones fly when Ed finds some valuable clues and competes against Doug. A rare 30-yr-old "horse property" might be a vintage gem.

  • John competes in a high bidding war in attempt to win a rare, million-dollar home. The Phoenix natives help LA buyers Ed and Steve learn a lesson about scorpions the hard way. Doug bids high on a house he wants for himself.

  • Scott is late to a home with a low opening bid. Will he get burned without the proper time to inspect like the others had? John thinks a secret is hiding in a 3-bedroom home. Doug goes through a home's trash looking for clues to its true value.

  • Doug, a veteran home buyer, drives the bids up to defend his territory, but will it pay off? Newcomers Ed and Steve try to stake their claim with their first Phoenix property. The home John gambles on may require serious repairs.

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