Fix my flip arrives on HGTV in March. In the new series, Page Turner (Flip or Flop Nashville) will help California homeowners get back on track when they get overwhelmed with their project. The first season will consist of six episodes.
HGTV revealed more about the upcoming series in a press release.
“Licensed real estate agent Page Turner, who first caught the attention of real estate aficionados as the co-star of the hit HGTV Flip or Flop Nashvillereturns home to California to help overwhelmed pinball machines in her new series Fix my flip. First Thursday, March 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the six-episode series will follow Page – who has sold millions of real estate, owned a brokerage employing up to 40 agents and performed 110 successful flips – as she encounters struggling flippers to visit mid-market properties. -courses that are in distress, seemingly hopeless financial situations. Page taps into his deep expertise and invests his own money to help floundering pinball machines fix everything from bloated budgets and poorly managed schedules to uninspired upgrades and lackluster design. With her impressive track record, Page steps in to fix the flips so everyone can make big profits.
“I’ve been a real estate expert for two decades and I’ve seen the costly mistakes people make,” Page said. “I’m going to invest my time, my money and my expertise to show them how to do it right so they stop losing money.”
In the season opener, Page will come to the rescue of a mother/daughter turnaround team in Lake Arrowhead, Calif., who hopes to succeed after not turning a profit on his first turnaround. With only about six weeks to complete the project before winter drives buyers away, the duo need help fast. After a tour, Page knows the flip is headed for trouble. To maximize the layout of the tiny house, Page suggests undoing several completed upgrades, such as removing a newly constructed wall in the kitchen and moving the house’s new heating system. Once his vision for the cottage comes to life, the house will have the character and rhythm that is sure to attract buyers.
“I’m determined to help these fins succeed,” Page said. “When the house is done well, they will know what it takes to win from now on.”
Fans excited to see Page in action can get a glimpse of the real estate stunner as she stars as a guest judge in the second season of HGTV’s hit home improvement competition series. Toggle block. The show, along with episodes of Page’s first HGTV series, Flip or Flop Nashvilleare available to stream on Discovery+, the quintessential non-fiction, real-life subscription streaming service.
What do you think? Are you planning to check Fix my flip on HGTV next week?