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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?
Randy wins a house at auction that he discovers is riddled with problems, the biggest of which is a serious lack of bathrooms and major termite damage. But it's not all bad when the Lone Wolf discovers some shiplap from vintage shipping crates hidden in the walls.
Casey and Catrina have a bit of bad luck when their home is barely salvageable and they have to knock it down and start over. Randy, however, makes his own luck by renovating a ranch-style home in good condition.
Casey and Catrina win a large home that must be moved in two separate trips. The design plan splits the house into a playful kids' side and relaxing parents' wing. Meanwhile, Gary's Girls might have hopped too quickly into a new purchase and need to rethink their investment.
Casey and Catrina have big ideas for a rusty old barn they've won and renovate the metal building into a 'Barndominium,' making it livable and trendy. On the inside, Donna and Toni's house needs some work, but luckily the junk in the front yard provides plenty of design inspiration.
When Casey and Catrina win a house that was moved from Texas Hill Country, they're inspired to create a vineyard-themed design plan. They create a floor plan that centers around being able to entertain family and guests alike.
Gary's Girls win a house that they discover was originally built with mail-order parts. They restore the home with an open and airy design plan. Randy scores a house in good condition that the previous owners had already started renovating. The 9-foot ceilings inspire a grand colonial design.
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