The Slays transform a school building, and the Snows score a quick flip.
Three teams of Texas real estate entrepreneurs are under the gun to buy low, work fast and sell high in a thrilling flipping competition. As soon as they buy a house at auction, they race to get it renovated and ready for auction.
Snows Hit The Rails Green Rock Island Railcar gets a new life!
Texas flip I love this show! It gives me so many ideas. It bums me tho when someone looses their house and then we only see one transformation.
Great show Good to see homes being saved from the wrecking ball.
Love this show I just started watching the series and I'm addicted. Love the show. I highly recommend if you love house flipping and remodeling shows.
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Angelica Felice Martinez
Entertaining!!! Love watching all the families and all the different ideas they come up with. A+++
Rosemary P August 3, 2016
Snows Hit The Rails Green Rock Island Railcar gets a new life!
Best known for his '90s music, pop-icon Vanilla Ice also brings more than 15 years of home improvement experience to this 7,000-square-foot Palm Beach mansion. In each episode of DIY Network's The Vanilla Ice Project, Vanilla Ice (a.k.a. Robert Van Winkle) and his crew of contractors get down to business and renovate a different room of the home. He'll pound nails and call the shots in this room-by-room renovation. SEASON TWO: Rock star turned home improvement all-star Vanilla Ice and his crew are back for another season of info-taining renovations as they tackle a new, busted-up Palm Beach mansion in DIY Network's The Vanilla Ice Project. This time, Vanilla Ice's imagination runs wild as he chases down the hottest home-improvement trends and technology. But first, he's going to move walls, tear out the shoddy work, and build this house up from the studs, and his team of contractors have his back every step of the way.
"Flipping Out" follows the antics of one of Los Angeles' most colorful real estate speculators, Jeff Lewis. It takes a special kind of personality to handle flipping six multimillion-dollar houses at one time, but Lewis, an obsessive compulsive successful businessman, pulls it off and turns a six-figure profit on every property. Lewis makes his living with the help of a group of diverse and oft disgruntled employees he counts as friends. These include an assistant who moonlights doing voiceover work, a housekeeper and two house assistants, as well as his official "trash man," who moonlights as an actor and his assistant's husband. Add to the mix his business partner and former boyfriend, his various therapists and spiritual advisors and it's clear that this intriguing cast of characters lives as one big dysfunctional family.
MMA fighter Bristol Marunde and his wife scoop up neglected homes in Las Vegas, Nevada. Using his demo strength and her design sense, they'll create stunning showplaces with the hopes of winning big in Sin City.
DIY Network is on a mission to crash, demolish and raze bathrooms, transforming them into stunning, functional and modern living spaces in the series Bath Crashers. Produced similarly to the popular House Crashers and Yard Crashers series, crasher Matt Muenster ambushes homeowners while they're home improvement shopping. When he identifies the ultimate bathroom challenge, he follows the lucky homeowner home and totally overhauls a bathroom in need of repair.
You never know what you'll be bringing home from the home improvement store. You go in for grass seed but come home with new patio chairs and a bag of cement. If you're lucky enough, you could also bring home a professional contractor. On DIY Network's Yard Crashers, experts Matt Blashaw and Ahmed Hassan wait at stores looking for the perfect weekend warriors who could definitely use their help. Once they find their target, the Yard Crashers crew follows the surprised shoppers home and completely transforms their yards.
A home makeover competition series hosted and executive produced by Oprah Winfrey protege Nate Berkus, who will also serve as judge and advocate, mentoring the contestants week to week. On the series, two teams tackle two new homes each week. In every episode, Berkus will present contestants with extensive design and build challenges. The contestants will be evaluated by Berkus and his team of experts to determine which team did the best.
Follow along as "First Time Flippers" set out to turn a profit by flipping their very first home. Armed with varying skill levels, we watch as novice flippers attempt to turn a disaster house into a high dollar flip. Do they have what it takes to cash in on the real estate market? Or will they break the bank?
The fourth addition of the successful "Million Dollar Listing" franchise heads to the City by the Bay. "Million Dollar Listing San Francisco" profiles three expert real estate agents as they compete against each other to sell multi-million dollar properties in one of the most scenic cities on Earth. With its breath-taking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and beautifully hilly streets, San Francisco is attracting young tech millionaires, celebrities, and other wealthy property buyers. It’s a good thing these experienced real estate sharks know a thing or two about how to lure ultra-wealthy clients and land huge deals. With egos as big as the price tags on the properties they sell, these ambitious realtors frequently clash with one another as they look to score even bigger listings.
Property Brothers Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott compete against each other to see who can flip a home for the highest selling price. Armed with dream teams of renovators and designers, they battle it out from demolition to sale.
Million Dollar Listing has expanded into the sexy city of Miami where three luxury real estate agents battle it out in the world of high-end real estate. With a surging market in South Florida, properties are selling for record rates and agents are cashing in on massive commissions like never before.
Texas design and remodeling pros Chip and Joanna Gaines are helping homebuyers to look past the superficial, convincing them to buy the worst house on the best block and then make it beautiful. Chip and Joanna take the wrong house in the right neighborhood, and then design, construct and transform the diamond in the rough into the home of their client's dreams. And at the end of the day, they have a fixer upper of their own to work on, an old Waco farmhouse where they live and raise their four kids.
This reality series follows some of Manhattan's most relentless realtors as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a yellow cab runs a red light. New York is the height when it comes to real estate -- nowhere else in the world is the property as glamorous or expensive. These hustling agents know that you have to be at the top of your game to play in this premier market and that an actual Million Dollar Listing...would be a bargain in this town.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an undiscovered designer to catapult into the big time by winning his or her own show on HGTV. Each week the competing designers are put through creative challenges that are unexpected, suspenseful and ultimately showcase their talents. At the end of each episode one to two designers' will be eliminated until the final winner is chosen. Hosted by David Bromstad, and panel members Vern Yip, and Genevieve Gorder, there's never a loss for talent in TV's hottest reality competition show.