The Deed

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  • TV-14
  • 2017
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.8  (30)

The Deed is a real estate reality show that follows Sidney Torres, a self-made New Orleans real estate mogul, and Anna Vocino, a seasoned interior designer and real estate investor, as they help struggling property investors turn their fortunes around. The premise of the show is simple: Torres and Vocino come to the aid of homeowners who are struggling to make their real estate investments profitable. The show takes place in various locations across the United States, and the participants are different each episode. The property owners are usually small-time investors who have no experience in the real estate world, resulting in them making poor decisions that lead them into financial trouble. Torres and Vocino use their knowledge and expertise to help solve these problems, ultimately turning the properties around and making a profit.

The show is filled with twists and turns, as the participants are often difficult to work with and have personal issues that interfere with their ability to manage finances and make rational decisions. It’s up to Torres and Vocino to work through these problems and help set the participants on the right path. The duo work with the property owners to identify issues and formulate a plan to turn the property into a profitable investment. They provide an invaluable service by guiding the investors through the real estate process, including everything from identifying the right location, to negotiating a favorable deal, to handling unexpected challenges that arise during the project.

What sets The Deed apart from other real estate shows is the focus on helping inexperienced investors as opposed to seasoned veterans. It’s a refreshing change of pace that makes the show relatable and informative for homeowners who may be considering investing in real estate themselves.

The dynamic between Torres and Vocino is one of the standout features of the show. Torres comes from a rough background, having grown up in the projects of New Orleans, while Vocino is a California native with years of experience in the real estate and design industries. The two have different approaches and personalities, but they work well together and provide a balanced perspective. Torres is the tough-talking, no-nonsense businessman who isn’t afraid to take risks, while Vocino provides a more nuanced approach that balances the risks with the rewards. Their conversations are spirited and engaging, providing viewers with a glimpse into the world of real estate and investing.

Another impressive aspect of the show is its focus on community building. Torres and Vocino understand that investing in property goes beyond just making money – it also means investing in the local community. The show places a strong emphasis on the importance of community and creating a sense of pride in the neighborhoods where the projects are located. The duo strives to make sure that the renovations they undertake not only benefit the investors but also enhance the community and the people who live there.

Overall, The Deed is an informative and exciting look at the world of real estate investing. With its focus on helping inexperienced homeowners turn their properties into profitable investments, the show provides a unique perspective on the industry. Sidney Torres and Anna Vocino make an excellent team, and their chemistry is captivating. The various locations and properties they work on offer a sense of variety and excitement, while the emphasis on community building adds an important layer of social responsibility to the show. Fans of real estate shows and anyone who is interested in investing in property should definitely check it out.

The Deed is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on March 1, 2017.

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12 Steps to Success
6. 12 Steps to Success
July 25, 2018
First-time flippers Chelsea and Porter have invested so much money in seminars that they're drowning in debt; they've got a gutted New Orleans fixer-upper on their hands, and without Sidney's help, they risk losing it all.
Too Much, Too Young
5. Too Much, Too Young
July 18, 2018
At just 21, Preston Tadesco earns his real estate license, flips his first property and studies law; Sidney offers him a 50/50 partnership on his next flip, but Preston nearly blows it when he gets greedy and starts cutting corners.
It's a Family Affair
4. It's a Family Affair
July 11, 2018
Ten years ago, Emanuel and Tonya bet everything on a ramshackle house they wanted to flip but no bank would lend them the money to renovate. Fortunately, Sidney looks past the numbers. Impressed by their commitment to show their son EJ that hard works pays off, he agrees to fund the flip. Sidney soon discovers that Emanuel's desire to make up for lost time means cutting corners and making costly mistakes. If Sidney can't get Emanuel to change his ways, then the family's first flip could be their last.
You're Their Boss - Not Their Friend
3. You're Their Boss - Not Their Friend
June 27, 2018
Anne's flipping career received a huge setback when she suffered a personal tragedy. She hopes a run-down cottage in one of New Orleans' hottest neighborhoods will get her back on track, but the only problem is she can't afford to buy or renovate it.
Putting Lipstick on a Pig
2. Putting Lipstick on a Pig
June 20, 2018
Longtime friends Mike and Craig plan to flip a small Creole cottage after a cosmetic renovation, but it doesn't sell, and now it's putting stress on their finances and friendship.
Don't Fall in Love with Your Flip
1. Don't Fall in Love with Your Flip
June 13, 2018
Sidney must help his old friend, James, who has broken the golden rule of real estate by falling in love with his flip.
Where to Watch The Deed
The Deed is available for streaming on the CNBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Deed on demand at Amazon, CNBC, Google Play, Apple TV and Peacock.
  • Premiere Date
    March 1, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (30)