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Flip This House

A real-estate company turns a fixer-upper into a showcase home. 

4/21/14
04:00 PM
"Fast Money the Hard Way"  Rudy attempts to flip a giant old house with as many tenants as there are issues.  (Repeat) BIO
4/22/14
04:00 PM
"Everything's New at Newton"  Candice spots a promising property while cruising for deals in East Atlanta; Brian wants to add a second-story addition to the house.  (Repeat) BIO
4/23/14
05:00 PM
"Veronica Montelongo for Vice-President"  Armando is gone and Veronica has to step up to the plate for her first flip.  (Repeat) BIO
4/23/14
06:00 PM
"Brent's Big Break"  Armando puts Brent in charge, and his paycheck at stake, for their latest flip.  (Repeat) BIO
4/23/14
07:00 PM
"It'll Cost You"  Mistakes happen, time flies and contractors drive up the budget on an upscale renovation.  (Repeat) BIO
4/23/14
08:00 PM
"Rudy in Charge"  A Spanish-style bungalow in Los Angeles' Mount Washington neighborhood; in order to close on the property, Rudy must agree to fix the front retaining wall; Rudy decides to take on the role of general contractor for the flip.  (Repeat) BIO
4/24/14
12:00 AM
"Rudy in Charge"  A Spanish-style bungalow in Los Angeles' Mount Washington neighborhood; in order to close on the property, Rudy must agree to fix the front retaining wall; Rudy decides to take on the role of general contractor for the flip.  (Repeat) BIO
4/24/14
04:00 PM
"Hartford Headache"  The team runs into some unforeseen troubles when renovating a home in Hartford, Conn.  (Repeat) BIO
4/25/14
04:00 PM
"The Two Year Itch"  Brian and Peter celebrate two years with Foundation Investments by starting a flip on Atlanta's West Side.  (Repeat) BIO
4/25/14
05:00 PM
"Peter's Short Sale Steal"  Peter and Brian plan for a big return on a small house in southeast Atlanta; multiple problems cause the crew to strip the house down to the studs.  (Repeat) BIO
Flip This House

Premise
Tensions often run high as real-estate investors in New Haven, Conn., San Antonio, Los Angeles and Atlanta buy homes, renovate them in record time and then try to sell them for a profit.

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