Randy is approached by a potential buyer looking for a coastal-themed vacation home, but the renovation isn't smooth sailing. Donna and Toni evict a critter in their ranch home and hope their remodel will attract better tenants.
The Snows nab a vintage 80-foot-long passenger train car from a nearby city. They can't wait to save this piece of history from the scrapyard by transforming it into a cozy home, but the challenge will be turning this empty shell into a one-bedroom, one-bath home while maintaining its original character.
When Donna and Toni score two houses from the same lot, they're ready to make some major profit, but after looking at the scope of work for both houses, they realize this might be a two-team job. To solve the problem, the sisters call their friends Jordan and Michelle Olgletree to help with the remodels. The Snows tackle the fishing cabin while the Olgletrees take on the two-bedroom house with no hallway.
Casey and Catrina win a home with lots of charm and curb appeal, but once they look inside, they find it has been completely gutted. They must design a floor plan that will bring the interior appeal up to that of the cute exterior. Across town, Randy wins a large two-bedroom house at auction and has a catastrophe of his own.
It's a family affair when two houses go up for auction on the same street. Donna and Toni win one auction, while their nieces, Gary's girls, win the second home. While both houses are roughly the same size, the two teams approach them in drastically different ways. Donna and Toni opt for bright splashes of color in a Tuscan villa theme, while the girls use subtle touches for a modern glam house.
Upon winning a long utility structure with no interior walls and a slab floor, Casey and Catrina realize they have a big design challenge ahead of them. Their plan to create a bunkhouse from the bare building will take more time and money than they had originally anticipated. Meanwhile, Gary's daughters struggle to find a mover for their newly purchased home when he is unable to help them.
Gary's Girls win an old train car from a fellow mover's lot and plan on retaining the industrial look while including some updates. The girls will create a studio with exposed pipes, a wood burning stove and stainless steel touches. Randy wins a relaxing ranch home but realizes there is a lot of termite damage and the house is too wide to get past the gated entrance. Randy is forced to chalk this one up to bad luck and abandon the project.
Casey and Catrina score big on a house that is practically new. The problem is, someone previously bought it, tried to finish out the interior and failed. Now they're faced with the task of correcting the botched job and creating a home that will appeal to a buyer that Casey already has on the line.
Casey and Catrina score a three bed, two bath house but realize they must cut half of it off in order to move it. When they lose half their square footage before they start, they must figure out how to still make it profitable. Meanwhile, the Snow sisters get a large house with a couple of bonus rooms, and the extra space allows the ladies to get creative with their family-friendly design plan.
Disaster strikes Randy and Casey's investment on an old mobile home. Meanwhile, the Snow sisters come up with an eco-friendly design for their house that they hope will put some extra green in their pockets.
Casey and Catrina combine two shipping containers to create a one bedroom house with an outdoor courtyard area. During the build, Gary's Girls approach Casey with an offer to sell him their container house after their previous sale fell through. Casey and Catrina decide to combine the two houses to make the ultimate container home.
An arched entryway in the girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme for the remodel. Casey and Catrina win two very small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.
Randy wins a large home with very big bedrooms, but there's no defined living room and it has a fairly small kitchen and dining room. He must create a floor plan that will open up the space for a communal living area while maintaining bedroom space for maximum profitability.