Flip This House

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  • 2005
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.3  (1,179)

In this nonfiction series, real estate speculators try to make money by buying bargain properties, fixing them up, and selling them for a profit. Debuting on A&E in 2005 during the peak of house-flipping mania on cable TV, the series was cancelled in 2009 in the depths of America's financial crisis.

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Paul's Bad Hair Day
9. Paul's Bad Hair Day
August 29, 2009
J.D. attempts to woo the neighbors of one of CT Homes rental properties. Paul and Than help a hair dresser flip her business.
Hurricane Ike Flip
8. Hurricane Ike Flip
August 22, 2009
Rudy heads to Galveston, Texas, to help his aunt whose home was badly damaged in Hurricane Ike. Rudy agrees to repair the house and then flip it for his aunt.
Armando to the Rescue
7. Armando to the Rescue
August 15, 2009
For the last ten years, Armando Montelongo has been flipping houses in San Antonio, Texas, and building a real estate empire. Now, with the real estate market tanking, Armando has turned his attention to helping homeowners in trouble. He believes when it comes to money most people create their own bad luck. It’s Armando’s mission to set investor-wannabes straight and tackle one real estate nightmare at a time. In this episode, Armando travels to San Clemente, California, to help Tom and Deb Finnegan.
Than's California Dream
6. Than's California Dream
August 8, 2009
The team at CT Homes is moving to sunny California! Than is working hard to get his feet on the ground while getting to know the Southern California real estate market. The team is opening up a satellite office in San Diego where a crushing downturn in the housing market, followed by thousands of foreclosures, has created big opportunities for experienced flippers.
A Flipping Wedding
5. A Flipping Wedding
August 1, 2009
CT Homes heads to the nearby town of Hamden, CT for their next project. JD gets the lead on a “for sale by owner” Cape Cod-style single family home on Daniel Street. The elderly owner has moved to a retirement facility and his daughter is overwhelmed by the extensive repairs needed to get the house in shape to sell in a down market. Underneath the peeling paint, Than, Paul and JD see great potential in the property for a successful flip in a charming neighborhood.
Suburban Steal
4. Suburban Steal
July 25, 2009
One of Paul and Than's investor proteges gets them a deal on a 3,000-square-foot home in an upscale suburb; a quick flip turns into a serious challenge with the discovery of an outdated septic system and faulty plumbing.
Everything's New at Newton
3. Everything's New at Newton
July 18, 2009
Candice spots a promising property while cruising for deals in East Atlanta; Brian wants to add a second-story addition to the house.
Rudy in Charge
2. Rudy in Charge
July 11, 2009
Rudy and Carlos find a Spanish-style bungalow in LA’s Mount Washington neighborhood
Rudy's Rodeo Steal
1. Rudy's Rodeo Steal
May 16, 2009
Rudy buys a foreclosed house for $170,000; the house turns out to be a mixed blessing with a shoddy roof, a crooked foundation and a misplaced gas meter.
Description

In this nonfiction series, real estate speculators try to make money by buying bargain properties, fixing them up, and selling them for a profit. Debuting on A&E in 2005 during the peak of house-flipping mania on cable TV, the series was cancelled in 2009 in the depths of America's financial crisis.

Flip This House is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (76 episodes). The series first aired on July 24, 2005.

Where to Watch Flip This House

Flip This House is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Flip This House on demand at Philo, Hulu and A&E.

  • Premiere Date
    July 24, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (1,179)