“We’re taking new risks this season, especially as we try to flip some of the homes in transitional areas of town,” said Dave. “Our hope is that the homes we renovate could spur the start of further renovations in these charming neighborhoods.”
The fresh episodes will feature bigger financial stakes and astonishing reveals as the Wilsons tackle a variety of property flips, including the expansion and renovation of small historic homes and their first ultra-modern house design.
“The budgets are super tight, so we have little room for error in our design plans,” said Kortney. “We will maximize the results by preserving the original charm of the older homes, add show-stopping elements to properties that are underwhelming and bring in tons of color to punch up the appeal.”
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