“Each property we buy has its own unique problems,” said Andy. “Ashley and I have learned that when doing a flip, we need to make the best use of the home’s space. This is the most critical change we can make to add the most value.”
During the series, Andy and Ashley take the fixer uppers down to the studs while saving the original features that will most appeal to buyers. The series also will highlight the duo’s commitment to hiring fellow veterans to assist on their projects, including landscape designer Andrew Turner who helps Andy and Ashley add curb appeal to several homes during the season.
“Our flips can get a bit chaotic,” said Ashley. “But that’s good when flipping a house because it means things are rolling and you’re getting closer to selling the home for top dollar.”
To learn more, visit www.hgtv.com/FliporFlopFtWorth for compelling facts about the hosts, a sneak peek of the season and exclusive before and after photos. Viewers also can interact via social media using #FlipOrFlop.
HGTV’s Flip or Flop phenomenon, which started with Tarek and Christina El Moussa flipping houses in Southern California, already has expanded to include new duos and additional titles set in cities across the United States. Flip or Flop Ft. Worth joins Flip or Flop Vegas and Flip or Flop Atlanta which both premiered this year. Flip or Flop Nashville, Flip or Flop Chicago and Flip or Flop Paradise are all slated to premiere in 2018.
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