Yet another property flipping show, well not exactly. Instead of showing amateurs trying to make a quick buck in real estate, this show follows a "professional" property development company in South Carolina. You get to know the team as week to week they work on different properties. My favorite part was in the first episode when the police stopped them for working without construction permits. Remember, these are professionals. But don't worry, a call to the right people in town hall and...well, they still get fined, work gets stopped and they have to beg for the permits.
I'm liking it. In the second episode they take on a waterfront house with a million dollar view, and a $1.2 price tag. The summer selling season is just 2 weeks away, so the crew has a 10 day deadline. No problem for our crew, we'll just work late hours and on weekends. Oh, yeah, they get visited again by the police, seems the waterfront house has strict zoning rules - Construction is only allowed between 7am and 6pm, no weekends. Well they manage to get it done. It's all good and the real estate broker on the team values the house at 1.7 to 1.9 million, but they didn't have a buyer by the time the show aired. Let me just say, I would never pay a million dollars for a house with formica counters.
Oh Yeah, don't confuse this show with Flip That House on Discovery Home (That show is a clone of Property Ladder, I mean an identical twin).