"We love to buy, renovate and flip houses—but the craziest part is that we’re exes,” said Page. “Thankfully, in business, we work great together.”
“Flipping a home successfully is a balancing act,” added DeRon. “You need the right improvements to make the house appealing to buyers, but you don’t want to overspend and lose your profit.”
During the season, Page and DeRon showcase why Nashville is a great place to flip homes, with its booming housing market and older houses that need renovation. In the season premiere, Page surprises DeRon by purchasing a partially renovated house in an in-demand neighborhood.
“I can’t believe Page bought this house without telling me,” said DeRon. “That’s probably why we broke up!”
The home, an outdated 1960s rancher, needs a complete overhaul inside and out, including replacing ill-fitting doors and finding matching brick that has been discontinued for decades. To sell the property for top dollar, Page and DeRon incorporate a bright modern kitchen and a large master suite to increase the home’s square footage.
HGTV’s digital platforms showcase DeRon and Page with special online and social videos that highlight their knowledge of Nashville’s housing market and share how they started their flipping business. Throughout the season, fans can visit www.hgtv.com/FliporFlopNashville to get to know the hosts and see exclusive before and after photos. Viewers also can interact via social media using #FlipOrFlopNashville.
Beginning Thursday, Dec. 28, the premiere episode of Flip or Flop Nashville will be available for free via HGTV.com, video on demand, download, as well as the HGTV app via mobile, tablet, streaming devices and Smart TVs.
HGTV’s Flip or Flop phenomenon, which started with Tarek and Christina El Moussa flipping houses in Southern California, has expanded to include new duos and additional titles set in cities across the United States. Flip or Flop Nashville joins Flip or Flop Vegas, Flip or Flop Atlanta and Flip or Flop Ft. Worth.
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