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In this real estate sales series, a Midwestern couple move from Wisconsin to arid California to try to make money in the house-flipping business. He's a real estate agent, she's a designer, and her brother is a contractor. Together, they'll try to buy bargain properties, fix them up, and sell them for a profit.

Desert Flippers is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (31 episodes). The series first aired on August 25, 2016.

Where do I stream Desert Flippers online? Desert Flippers is available for streaming on HGTV, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Desert Flippers on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes, HGTV online.

Thursday 11:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
3 Seasons, 31 Episodes
August 25, 2016
Cast: Eric Bennett, Lindsey Bennett
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Desert Flippers Full Episode Guide

  • Eric and Lindsey Bennett take on a property in disrepair that has been deemed a tear-down by the seller. The flippers think they can salvage the home and give it new life, but the more they uncover, the more frightening this flip becomes. A rotting carport, a damaged roof and severe mold send the renovation costs skyrocketing and leave the couple wondering if they should have listened to the seller and torn the whole thing down.

  • Eric and Lindsey tackle a home he's had his eye on for over a year in a luxury neighborhood. However, the risky flip gets even riskier when they run into permitting issues and thousands of dollars worth of equipment is stolen.

  • Eric and Lindsey overpay to get a foot in the door of a rundown property in a highly desirable neighborhood. This flip will be worth the high cost if they can change the home's 1970s style into a desirable midcentury design but if they want to get there, they'll have to risk tearing everything out and completely changing the look. When an unexpected roof problem arises, the duo scrambles to rework the design in hopes of staying on budget while turning a profit.

  • Eric and Lindsey buy a house sight unseen and then find a surprise.

  • A three-bedroom home with a swampy pool and a lack of outdoor aesthetic catches Lindsey and Eric's eye. If they want to make top-dollar, the duo will need to update every room and revamp the entire floor plan. Everything goes according to plan until a rare torrential downpour in the desert threatens to rain on their flip parade and their potential for profit.

  • Lindsey and Eric seem to be the only ones willing to take on a challenging fire-damaged home with a low price tag and high market risk. What looks like a few charred walls turns out to be a much larger issue that takes a chunk out of the profit when major roof repairs are required. The flippers have to make some hard decisions on design if they want to attract buyers while staying under budget and on schedule.

  • The team picks up a home full of water damage, signs of termites and more.

  • An easy in-and-out renovation in a desirable neighborhood with low inventory gets messy when Lindsey and Eric run into some unexpected and costly complications.

  • Lindsey and Eric find a five-bedroom home with a list price well below the area comps.

  • Lindsey and Eric Bennett look to turn a quick profit after finding a great deal on a house. The flip seems like a simple job at first but when the cost of renovation begins to rise, the couple decides the house needs a little something extra to interest buyers. They're hoping that by installing a backyard pool and spa, the selling potential of the house will increase and the costly investment will be worth the risk.

  • Lindsey and Eric take on a promising home with a strange layout.

  • The team decides to take a risk and purchase a property that sits at end of an airport runway.

  • Lindsey and Eric take a risk when they overpay for an "easy" flip. To make up for the inflated purchase price, they decide to add high-end finishes that they hope will attract high-end buyers, but mounting renovation costs prove this flip to be anything but easy.

  • Lindsey and Eric buy an abandoned, overgrown home and hope to update the design and maximize on the stunning mountain views. However, many obstacles stand in their way, including a 50-foot tree that's grown into the roof.

  • A mountaintop home that is abandoned mid-renovation looks to be a diamond in the rough for Lindsey and Eric. With loads of original charm and stunning views, there is plenty to work with but they quickly realize why the previous owner gave up in the first place. Will adding a pool and elevating the outdoor appeal be enough to make this investment pan out?

  • Eric and Lindsey take a chance on a less-than-luxurious home located in a nice neighborhood. They need to make the home competitive in the tough market, but termites and a rotten overhang threaten to sideline their plans.

  • Lindsey and Eric score a deal on a house listed below the market value of the neighborhood, so they make an offer sight unseen, but the couple quickly realizes the 1990s ranch has many structural surprises that aren't up to code.

  • Eric and Lindsey take a chance on a less than luxurious home located in a luxury neighborhood with termites and a rotten overhang.

  • Lindsey and Eric take on the challenge of reviving a mid-century modern home that was abandoned mid-renovation.

  • Lindsey and Eric buy a property lacking in both function and form, so to get top dollar, the flippers set out to rework the home's funky floor plan.

  • Lindsey and Eric ignore location and flip a house on a busy road; the dated '90s style house gets revived as an open-concept dual-master retreat.