The Snow sisters land an old school bus from their father; for the flip, they draw inspiration from his old travel bus and turn this one into a small yet functional travel wagon for a local aspiring musician.
Casey and Catrina win a gutted house and turn it into a functional family home featuring a stunning kitchen with a walk-in pantry and decorative dormers on the outside.
Paige and Raf win a small structure at auction and turn it into a lakeside cabin complete with an upper deck and other fun features.
The Snow sisters create a stunning space for a buyer who needs specific accommodations; Gary and Jerry's build takes inspiration from Alys Beach, Fla., with a little added Texas flair.
Randy puts the fun in functional by converting an old garage into a gorgeous game room complete with a custom bathroom; Gary's Girls create a family-friendly home with space-saving elements.
Paige and Raf design a house for friends with a passion for fitness; their plan for the house includes a fitness room, two stunning bathrooms and colors picked out by Random Raf.
Gary and Jerry put a shed on a trailer, turning it into a traveler's paradise with custom built-ins and retractable decks; Gary's Girls go big with upscale finishes and design features, spending more money than they intended.
Randy breathes new life into an old craftsman by adding a sauna in the bathroom and a galley kitchen; Casey and Catrina give their house an art deco style with a Texas twist after termite damage forces a floor plan change.
Casey and Catrina make minor structural changes to their house, salvaging as much as they can to save money and to preserve its character; Paige and Raf focus on making the kitchen a standout feature in their home after striking shiplap gold.
The Snow sisters want to keep their home's existing layout, but it only has one gutted bathroom; to make the house more functional, they add a second bathroom and salvage what they can from the original house to offset the expense.
Casey and Catrina don't see eye to eye on some of the design elements but eventually end up with a stunning family home complete with custom touches.
Randy wins a huge house at auction and brings Casey in to help turn it into a bed and breakfast-style home at the request of a potential buyer; to create a unique experience for each guest, he plans different features and designs for each room.
Inspired by its tall ceilings and large rooms, Gary's Girls bring an old craftsman-style home back to its former glory; the Snows are knee-deep in knotty pine and plan to refuse as much of it as possible.
Paige and Raf flip a house that gets a brand-new roof and a specific design style; inspired by Raf's Boston roots, Paige designs a house with an East Coast aesthetic.
Catrina plans on turning a duplex into a single-family home, but Casey surprises her with twin buyers who want to keep the home as a duplex.
After Gary's Girls win a house at auction, Paige is inspired by her daughter's homework to choose a design with Cuban influence.
Randy scores a big house and makes some major structural changes, while Casey and Catrina design a house and outdoor space that's perfect for entertaining.
The Snows and Randy go to two auctions in one day; after Randy snags the first house, he devises a plan to join together with the Snows, and they end up with two separate builds, splitting a house between them.
Gary's Girls turn a bare-bones barn into a two-story house with special installation requests from the buyer including a unique elevator.
Donna and Toni are contacted by an old friend who is looking for a house to buy; their surprise buyer requests a sleek industrial look, and the sisters deliver a house that far exceeds his expectations.
Paige and Raf share a house with Casey and Catrina, who have a specific buyer in mind; Casey and Catrina put the house high up in the trees on their buyer's plot of land; Paige and Raf combine their different styles to create one modern house.
The Snows renovate a fairly large house and focus on making the kitchen area custom and unique, while Casey and Catrina create a contemporary home with a true galley kitchen.
Gary's Girls score a Craftsman-style house at auction filled with character; the women try to preserve the character of the house by mixing the old with the new and re-purposing original materials.
The Snows take a small, bare-bones house and turn it into an airy home with custom built-ins; Gary's Girls create a charming home using tile both inside and out.
Casey and Catrina re-imagine a dated brick house by focusing on the kitchen and bathrooms and adding upscale features including unique tubs, showers and sinks.
The Snow sisters walk away with a moldy house, while Randy gets a house that's been stripped completely bare inside; Randy and the sisters swap houses and get to work on the much-needed improvements.
Donna and Toni win a house with a bad layout and obnoxious paint colors, and they create a design plan that is serene and relaxing.
Casey and Catrina win a small farmhouse with a bonus room upstairs; they design a chalet-style home that makes the best use of the square footage; Donna and Toni design their build with a Spanish villa in mind, adding some European flair.
Donna and Toni win a red and green house infested with roaches; the sisters must clean out the house to make a stylish design free of insects; Randy scores a cabin in the woods with tons of character, but it's surrounded by trees.
Donna and Toni score a duplex at auction, and one side is in great condition, while the other side is a total disaster; their design plan calls for combining the two sides into one cohesive floor plan.
Gary's Girls win a large square home with no curb appeal; they decide on a bunkhouse design, and, with the help of their father, Gary, they create a home for some very special buyers.
Gary's Girls win a house that was originally built with mail-order parts, and they restore the home with an open and airy design plan; Randy scores a house in good condition with 9-foot ceilings.
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 members and guests.
Casey and Catrina have big ideas for a rusty old barn they've won, and they set out to make 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.
Casey and Catrina win a large house that must be moved in two separate trips; their design divides the home into a playful children's side and relaxing parents' wing; Gary's Girls need to rethink their investment.
Casey and Catrina have a bit of bad luck when their home turns out to be barely salvageable, and they have to knock it down and start over; Randy makes his own luck by renovating a ranch-style home in good condition.
Gary's Girls win a 27-foot grain bin and formulate a plan to make the bin livable while maintaining its unusual look; Randy scores a home in almost perfect condition, then misses an important deadline that turns the flip into a flop.
The Snow Sisters turn a ramshackle home into a modern masterpiece; Casey and Catrina spruce up their build with a contemporary theme full of sleek lines, bright colors and unique designs.
Randy wins a house riddled with problems, including a lack of bathrooms and major termite damage; the Lone Wolf discovers some shiplap from vintage shipping crates hidden in the walls.
Randy wins a large home with big bedrooms but no defined living room and a small kitchen and dining room; he must create a floor plan that will open up the space for a communal living area.
An arched entryway in the Girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme; Casey and Catrina win two small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.
Randy wins an old mobile home at auction and strikes up a deal with Casey so they can both make a profit; the Snow sisters come up with an eco-friendly design for their house.
Casey and Catrina combine two shipping containers to create a one-bedroom house with an outdoor courtyard area; during the build, Gary's Girls approach Casey with an offer to sell him their container house after their previous sale fell through.
It's a family affair when two houses go up for auction on the same street; Donna and Toni win one auction, while their nieces win the second home; Donna and Toni opt for a Tuscan villa theme, while their nieces go for a modern makeover.
Casey and Catrina score a house, but they can't move it until removing half of it; after losing half their square footage, Casey and Catrina must figure out how to make it profitable; the Snow Sisters get a large house with a couple of bonus rooms.
Randy is approached by a buyer who is looking for a vacation home with a coastal theme; Randy works to bring the beach to North Texas; Donna and Toni get more than they bargained for when they find an animal living in their ranch home.
Casey and Catrina score a house that is practically new, but they are faced with the task of correcting a botched finishing job and creating a home that will appeal to a buyer that Casey already has on the line.
Gary's Girls win an old train car and plan on retaining its industrial look while including some updates; Randy wins a relaxing ranch home but realizes it has a lot of termite damage and is too wide to get past the gated entrance.
Upon winning a utility structure with a slab floor and no interior walls, Casey and Catrina realize they have a big design challenge ahead of them; Gary's daughters must find a mover for their newly-purchased home since Gary is unable to help them.
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.
When Donna and Toni Snow score two houses from the same lot, they realize it may be a two-team job after assessing the scope of the work; to solve the problem, the sisters call their friends Jordan and Michelle Olgletree to help with the remodels.
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.
A cabin appears to be in good condition but turns into a headache for the Lone Wolf; the Snows turn an office back into a home.
The Lone Wolf decides to turn a house into the ideal home for empty nesters, but he needs the help of the Snow sisters to make it happen.
In Fort Worth, Texas, Casey scores a house with good hardwood floors, then discovers asbestos siding that must be removed; Casey and Catrina turn this tumbledown house into an ideal place for a home-based business.
The Snow sisters buy a house next door to the one that the Lone Wolf has snatched up, and they all decide to cater to renters.
Randy finds water damage and black mold in a house he considered a steal; Casey hires the Snow's contractor, Catrina, to make over a shabby lakeside home.
After Donna and Toni buy four containers to turn into two houses, they are contacted by buyers who want them right away; brother Gary suggests his four daughters take on one of the projects.
The Lone Wolf bites off more than he can chew with a large house, so he calls in fellow flipper Casey to help lighten his load.
The Snow sisters and the Lone Wolf renovate two similar houses to try to win over a buyer who is looking for small houses to put on a guest ranch.
The Snow sisters score a ramshackle house that requires a lot of work to add curb appeal; they reconfigure the house's interior, making the kitchen its focal point.
After the Lone Wolf wins a house with major issues, he plans to give it an interior that will appeal to urban men; the Young Guns decide to turn a service building into an in-law studio with a vaulted ceiling and a full-size kitchen.
Casey buys a house that must be cut in two before it can be moved; he decides to make two houses out of each half, then a twister destroys one of the two halves.
The Snow sisters buy their father's childhood home and renovate it in a way that stays true to its history and to the period in which it was built.
The Young Guns score a house that used to be a church, then they're called out of town, and cousin Casey takes over; Donna and Toni transform a one-room service building into a cottage retreat.
When Randy renovates a vintage 1972 Airstream travel trailer, he combines retro design with modern functionality; Cody knocks down a large house but transforms a backyard shed into a tiny house on wheels.
The Snow sisters win a termite-damaged house; the sisters transform the dark and dingy house with a new kitchen and updated bathrooms and bedrooms; they settle on a rustic western-design theme.
Randy's new house has a faux fireplace, a vaulted ceiling and knotty pine walls; he plans to update the house throughout while giving a nod to its 1970's style; the Snow sisters transform a pool house into an adorable cottage with a porch.
The Snows take on a large house that must be cut in half before it can be moved, and only one half arrives at the renovation lot because of bad weather; Donna tackles one half, while Toni tackles the other.
The Young Guns win a 40-foot metal shipping container and decide to turn it into a sporting lodge; Donna and Toni build a playhouse to auction off and donate the money to a children's charity.
Redesigning a duplex, Cody takes one side, and Suzi takes the other; Cody finds rot and termite damage on his side, tries to demolish it and brings the whole house crashing down.
The Snows turn a 300-square-foot building into a writer's retreat; the Young Guns buy a burned-out house for a dollar.
Donna and Toni turn a duplex into a single-family home with a whimsical bird theme; their renovation hits a snag due to termite damage.
Cody and Suzi turn a houseboat into a party boat by overhauling the living quarters and plastering a giant Texas flag on its exterior; Randy buys a building that looks like a roadside fruit stand and turns it into a rustic vacation cottage.
The Snow sisters and the Slays each score identical duplex homes at auction, and they go head to head to see who can get more creative with their makeover and make the most money.
The Snow sisters discover the interior floor plan of their new house will need to be reconfigured; an old piano inspires the sisters to create a country-melody design theme.
Travis convinces a reluctant Randy to make updates and improvements to a house for which he paid a premium; Donna is dismayed when Toni picks up a grain silo.
After Cody wins his bid for a tiny backyard barn, Suzi has to figure out how to turn it into a home; Randy wins a square building, where Bleu must create private zones in an open space.
The Snow sisters win a home that has been vacant for ages and are elated to find the interior is in excellent condition; Cody and Suzi take on a portable school building.
Cody and Suzi Slay win a house that has great potential, but the post-auction tour reveals the house was in the middle of being renovated.
The Snow sisters score a little cottage; Randy snags a little box house addition.
Casey refuses to move a house that is in tough shape; Randy wins a sweet little house that contains a surprise inside.
Randy wins an old schoolhouse in Lake Worth for next to nothing, but discovers it is just an empty room with no bathroom or kitchen facilities.
A charming historic home on Main Street in Haslet, Texas; an attractive ranch is up for auction that appeals to all of the movers, but especially Randy.
A quaint stone-clad house with a small addition in Lake Worth, Texas; a two-bedroom 1960s era house in need of a significant renovation on Huron Trail in Lake Worth, Texas.
Deception scores Toni a cheap house; one house has a buckling wall and serious structural issues; Cody literally flips a house by making the former entryway into the rear of the home and vice versa.
Flipped Texas houses are trucked across town.
Flipped Texas houses are trucked across town.