Tarek and Christina are lured to North Hollywood, CA, by a 1930s Spanish home. They want to appeal to trendy Los Angeles buyers by preserving the historic architecture, but the home's inconvenient distance causes unexpected issues during renovations.
Tarek and Christina find a small house in Lakewood, CA, to flip quickly. However, when they discover an unpermitted addition, they are faced with a dilemma of bringing the addition up to code or tearing down the nicest part of the house.
Tamara tackles a 1952 Traditional home with a massive open concept living space. She triples the size of the mudroom and chooses a stunning surround for the living room fireplace. Later, Tamara and her dad race to find the perfect dining table.
A couple fell in love with a home in a coveted family friendly community near a golf course and hastily purchased it before they had even started a family. Now, three kids later, she's decided the dated house cannot accommodate all the clutter and activity of their busy family. While she's ready to move into a house that functions better for all of them, he loves their street and cannot dream of leaving it behind. Can the couple love their home again with Hilary's help or will David find them a house with all the space they need?
A couple with an idyllic yet quirky house near a lake is now feeling cramped after their family doubled in size. Although they'd love to raise their children in this location, the 1,650-square-foot house doesn't provide enough private space for everyone. While Hilary's mission is to make them fall in love with their property again, David searches for a better fit for their family.