Flip or Flop Atlanta
Flip or Flop Atlanta Number Of Seasons: 2 (28 episodes)
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Season premieres on October 11, 2018
HGTV, 14 episodes
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Season premieres on July 20, 2017
Finale: October 21, 2017
HGTV, 14 episodes
Flip or Flop Atlanta is on HGTV (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 14 (Little House of Hoarders) - Air Date: Dec 06, 2018 (7 months ago)
'Flip or Flop Atlanta' Experts Ken and Anita Corsini Tease a 'Supersized' Season 2 - TVInsider - per Tvinsider
This eyesore of a kitchen in a 1950s red-brick ranch was tiny. “We thought the house was too small to enlarge this space, but once we drew out the plans, we realized we could,” Anita says. Something you can’t see in the picture: “It was the smelliest house we ever set foot in!” she adds. They spent $15,000 on the overhaul.
Flip or Flop Atlanta: Ken and Anita Corsini Tease Season 2 (EXCLUSIVE - Life & Style Weekly - by Lifeandstylemag
“There’s a big WOW factor in terms of…the transformations are huge, pretty unbelievable and the conditions of the houses that we’ve found — I mean, I think they top the chart,” Anita said.
'Flip or Flop Atlanta': Can This Married Duo Out-Renovate Tarek and Christina El Moussa? - Realtor.com News - via Realtor
In their first episode, "Big Money in Buckhead," they gamble big when they buy a five-bedroom, three-bath, 2,600-square-foot house for $400,000. That's way more than they usually spend—and their choice is also considerably bigger than the houses they usually renovate.
Flip or Flop Atlanta: Everything You Need To Know - TVOvermind - by Tvovermind
Their flipping business is in Atlanta, which is one of the country’s most competitive housing markets. It is a serious collaboration between the two, who are both very talented in their own right. Just like the original Flip or Flop, Ken handles the real estate end of things and Anita is the designer in the family. Ken doesn’t get to make any more major design decisions ever since he made one back in 2010 that his crew will never let him forget. It involved the exterior paint color on a flip house and the green color that he chose resulted in it being called the “Kermit House”.