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Property Ladder USA

Property Ladder USA: Fri 21 Apr, season 1 episode 12

Partners Chris and Mark first met over their love of restoring old homes. Together, they purchased a dilapidated Victorian and made it their dream house.

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Jacque and Melissa have a baby on the way and are trying to renovate an old home in California before parenting duties make them flip out.

A 25-year-old barista and aspiring real estate mogul hopes to make a ton of cash in just 12 weeks by doing a modern makeover on a classic Craftsman in California. However, denied loans ruin his …

A woman must hire contractors to help with her first condo renovation after her fiance leaves her, forcing her to do the renovation alone.

Partners Chris and Mark first met over their love of restoring old homes. Together, they purchased a dilapidated Victorian and made it their dream house.

Eleonora takes her first step in renovating with a ranch-style home in Houston. Only problem is, she's never renovated before, and her prize house needs major roof, foundation and plumbing repairs.

Brothers Tony and Joey take a giant first step onto the property ladder when they buy three properties to renovate. Working on weekends, they attempt to finish it in 12 weeks, on a tiny budget.

In Houston, Texas, Kathy and Alain take out three loans to fund their first renovation. Together, they'll take on the remodel of a four-bedroom home with less than $10,000.