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Three teams of hard working Texas real estate entrepreneurs compete head-to-head in a fast-paced and thrilling real estate flipping competition. Our flippers are under the gun to buy low, work fast and sell high. But they have one major hurdle to overcome, when they buy a house at auction, they have to move it off the property that day, a task that can be downright dangerous. Once the house is moved to their lot, it's a race against time to get it renovated and ready for auction. Who will turn the biggest profit? Who will gamble it all and lose big? Who will destroy their house mid-move? And who will get their chops busted by their annoying rivals on Texas Flip N' Move?
The Snows nab a vintage 80-foot-long passenger train car from a scrap yard, and they can't wait to save this piece of history by transforming it into a cozy home
Casey and Catrina win a home with lots of charm, but once they look inside, they find it has been completely gutted; across town, Randy wins a large two-bedroom house at auction and encounters a catastrophe of his own.
The team face a big challenge in a utility structure with no interior walls and a slab floor, complicating their plan to create a bunkhouse.
Gary's Girls win an old train car from a fellow mover's lot and plan on retaining the industrial look while including some updates. The girls will create a studio with exposed pipes, a wood burning stove and stainless steel touches. Randy wins a relaxing ranch home but realizes there is a lot of termite damage and the house is too wide to get past the gated entrance. Randy is forced to chalk this one up to bad luck and abandon the project.
An arched entryway in the Girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme for the remodel. Casey and Catrina win two very small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.
Randy is approached by a potential buyer who is looking for a coastal-themed vacation home. Randy works to bring the beach to North Texas, but the two-bedroom renovation isn't all smooth sailing. Meanwhile, Donna and Toni get more than they bargained for when they find an unexpected critter living in their newly purchased ranch home. They evict the varmint and hope their stylish ranch remodel will attract better tenants.
Casey and Catrina score big on a house that is practically new. The problem is, someone previously bought it, tried to finish out the interior and failed. Now they're faced with the task of correcting the botched job and creating a home that will appeal to a buyer that Casey already has on the line.
Randy wins a large home with very big bedrooms, but there's no defined living room and it has a fairly small kitchen and dining room. He must create a floor plan that will open up the space for a communal living area while maintaining bedroom space for maximum profitability.
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