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2020

THE DEED: CHICAGO #201 - DESIGNER DREAMHOUSE

Caren and her husband Nic have a good track record as home flippers but their first attempt at building a house from the ground up is causing them serious problems. The couple have only just started construction on the elaborately designed, luxury four-bedroom house but Sean is shocked to learn that it's already $100,000 over budget. And Caren, an award winning interior designer seems reluctant to compromise on any of her big ideas or her costly finishes. Sean sets out to get the project back on track but teaching Caren to build for profit not just for prestige, proves a real challenge.

THE DEED: CHICAGO #206 - THE COMEBACK QUEEN

First time flipper Latitia scored a bargain fixer- upper in a great location and was convinced she could make a six figure profit. But one year in she's been ripped off by her contractor and her sure fire money maker is a money pit. Latitia's finances and self confidence are at rock bottom and worse still, her house is even in danger of falling down. However, Sean still sees potential in the 4000 sq foot property and sets out to help turn this nightmare flip and its forlorn flipper around. Trouble is, Latitia has zero clue about construction or design so if Sean can't educate her fast any hope of hitting the market and turning a profit will be lost.

THE DEED: CHICAGO #206 - THE COMEBACK QUEEN

First time flipper Latitia scored a bargain fixer- upper in a great location and was convinced she could make a six figure profit. But one year in she's been ripped off by her contractor and her sure fire money maker is a money pit. Latitia's finances and self confidence are at rock bottom and worse still, her house is even in danger of falling down. However, Sean still sees potential in the 4000 sq foot property and sets out to help turn this nightmare flip and its forlorn flipper around. Trouble is, Latitia has zero clue about construction or design so if Sean can't educate her fast any hope of hitting the market and turning a profit will be lost.

THE DEED: CHICAGO #206 - THE COMEBACK QUEEN

First time flipper Latitia scored a bargain fixer- upper in a great location and was convinced she could make a six figure profit. But one year in she's been ripped off by her contractor and her sure fire money maker is a money pit. Latitia's finances and self confidence are at rock bottom and worse still, her house is even in danger of falling down. However, Sean still sees potential in the 4000 sq foot property and sets out to help turn this nightmare flip and its forlorn flipper around. Trouble is, Latitia has zero clue about construction or design so if Sean can't educate her fast any hope of hitting the market and turning a profit will be lost.

THE DEED: CHICAGO #205 - THE BUNGALOW KINGS

Best friends Mike and Liviu want to become the Bungalow Kings of Chicago. The young rookie developers have snapped up two of these tiny, old-fashioned houses. Not only do they plan to supersize both into three-story, ultra-modern, four-bedroom homes, but they also think they can supersize their profits by renovating both at the same time. Sean is tempted by the potential for a double-profit and is intrigued by Mike and Liviu's business plan of cornering the market in bungalow renovations all across the city. However, will partnering with these inexperienced developers on a challenging reno really turn out twice as nice? Or, will it just cause double the trouble?

THE DEED: CHICAGO #205 - THE BUNGALOW KINGS

Best friends Mike and Liviu want to become the Bungalow Kings of Chicago. The young rookie developers have snapped up two of these tiny, old-fashioned houses. Not only do they plan to supersize both into three-story, ultra-modern, four-bedroom homes, but they also think they can supersize their profits by renovating both at the same time. Sean is tempted by the potential for a double-profit and is intrigued by Mike and Liviu's business plan of cornering the market in bungalow renovations all across the city. However, will partnering with these inexperienced developers on a challenging reno really turn out twice as nice? Or, will it just cause double the trouble?

THE DEED: CHICAGO #205 - THE BUNGALOW KINGS

Best friends Mike and Liviu want to become the Bungalow Kings of Chicago. The young rookie developers have snapped up two of these tiny, old-fashioned houses. Not only do they plan to supersize both into three-story, ultra-modern, four-bedroom homes, but they also think they can supersize their profits by renovating both at the same time. Sean is tempted by the potential for a double-profit and is intrigued by Mike and Liviu's business plan of cornering the market in bungalow renovations all across the city. However, will partnering with these inexperienced developers on a challenging reno really turn out twice as nice? Or, will it just cause double the trouble?

THE DEED: CHICAGO #101 - FIRES ON EVERY FLOOR (TV-PG)

Chicago real estate mogul Sean Conlon lends his capital and mentorship to novice property flippers struggling to pull troubled projects back into the black. In this series premiere, Sean partners with Berta, a real estate broker who started flipping condos on the side. She invested all her savings into her latest project, a large 1912 two-unit row house. But unreliable partners and her own negligence led to little progress after nine months. Now, Berta is left to right the mistakes her partners made while trying to dig herself out of financial ruin. Will Sean be able to help this sinking ship, or will Berta prove to be too inexperienced to stand at the helm?

THE DEED: CHICAGO #104 - PLAYING DEFENSE ON THE DEAL (TV-PG)

Sean meets Kai and Bernette, a duo whose reckless house-buying spree has left them cash strapped. Though once-successful flipper Bernette was hit hard in the housing crash of 2008, the couple has re-entered the real estate market with little regard for past mistakes. Can Sean teach them how to manage their money or will history repeat itself?

THE DEED: CHICAGO #204 - WILL THIS HOST MAKE THE MOST? (TV-PG)

Sales executive Robin is ready to ditch the 9 to 5 and embark on her dream career: Real Estate. She's snapped up a three-bedroom period house in one of Chicago's hottest neighborhoods, Woodlawn. But should she renovate and flip the property to walk away with a tempting six figure profit? Or try to make even more money by creating an ultra-cool Airbnb? Sean discovers that Chicago's best vacation rentals generate huge profits and thinks Robin can make twice as much money by converting her single family home into two separate apartments. But is launching a successful Airbnb really as simple as it seems? And will Robin's blind loyalty to her underperforming contractor threaten to derail the whole renovation before either she or Sean can see any profit?