Scott has to break some hard truths to two sets of homeowners. Kevin and Vanessa have a big Victorian fixer upper, but they’ve inadvertently paid for a bad renovation. Alex and Emma have a grungy semi-detached, but their non-traditional financing could make profits hard to come by. Both houses have a ton of potential in hot markets, but the rookie mistakes of the past will play a big part in Scott’s decision.
Eric and Denise are ambitious newlyweds who have poured all their money into purchasing a dated two-story house. They want Scott’s cash so they can make big changes and garner a big profit. Matt, Jason and Braydon are an equally ambitious trio of brothers, but their property is a neglected mess that needs a total overhaul. With Scott’s money on the line, he’ll have to decide which property - and which investors - stand the best chance for success.
Scott travels to a brand new city to visit with two sets of homeowners. One has suffered some flipping setbacks and needs Scott’s guidance, while the other is starting a flipping business and needs Scott’s know-how. With similar properties in similar markets, Scott leaves it all up to the numbers, but he quickly discovers that flipping in a new city can have some unexpected financial repercussions.
Everything is not what it seems when Scott has to choose between two sets of investors with two classic Colonial homes. One house is suffering from years of neglect, while the other has some very serious foundation issues. With these types of properties, some renovation surprises are to be ex-pected, but when Scott discovers a “phantom” third floor, it takes this rehab to a whole new level.
When it comes to investment properties Scott has done it all or has he? Craig and Lindsay have an upscale heritage home that requires extensive restoration, while Kenson and Charles have an average home with a unique building opportunity. With two exciting proposals in front of him, Scott crunches the numbers to decide which one is the safer bet.