And I was in Nashville. Flip Or Flop Nashville officially premieres Jan. The idea of creating a business that can inspire others and even draw more attention to their show is something that anyone in this position would want. Please keep this show on! My mission ever since has been to transform this city one house at a time. Other shows know that master en suites, true open concept kitchens, and double vanities in shared bathrooms are non-negotiable items. The only things that will change in shows like these are the locations and the individuals that are headlining the shows. Just to give it its own little personality.
For the next two years, he worked on 15 to 20 houses. Throughout the season, DeRon and Page are often shocked by the state of the homes they buy, sometimes sight unseen. He got his general contractor's license and built four homes. The only problem with this is selling it to make people believe and possibly get them on board with the idea that DeRon and Paige are in fact conflicted with one another over anything but business. Tom Foster Wake has been a freelance writer for the past several years now and has continued to do what he loves to do while attempting to get his work out to the masses. Their mutual love for house flipping is what makes their professional relationship work, despite any complicated romantic history.
The sophomore season is slated to premiere in early 2019. Costly fire damage, major foundation issues and surprise infestations are just a few of the pitfalls they overcome to overhaul homes and turn a profit in the highly competitive Music City real estate market. And who knows, if they can flip a house, maybe they can flip this professional relationship back into a romantic one in the future. The only thing what a person needs to remember in that case however is that very little is unplanned when it comes to these shows and everything has been taken into careful consideration when it comes to showing it to the public. Page couldn't think of anyone, but it later occurred to her that she and DeRon could be a good fit despite their breakup — and perhaps even because of it. But I learned a lot.
We delivered the news of the latest expansions in the series already, but today we are taking a closer look at Flip or Flop Nashville Stars DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner. The show should really have more episodes and be an hour long. Jenkins said renovating homes on television adds stress to the process because of time constraints. Download our free app today. And, as Flip Or Flop Nashville is a spinoff show from a, it's likely to find success with the dynamic Page and DeRon at the helm.
Jenkins said he came to Nashville at the right time. The drama is usually created by the show and less by the people involved. This team doesn't prioritize these basic flip upgrades. I know exactly what makes him tick, he knows exactly what makes me tick and we get all the work done. The network just announced season two of Flip or Flop Nashville debuts in January.
Even with a positive working relationship, they do still slip into moments of ex bickering, which is quite entertaining to watch. With that in mind the ability to play upon the former relationship of this couple is something that a lot of producers would likely salivate over since it opens up a whole array of possibilities that might be used in order to get the ratings up and keep them there. He decided to focus his efforts in Nashville, a city he loved. Jenkins highlighted respect and trust as keys to his and Turner's success. Before I knew it, I renovated this home. She became his real estate agent first, then his girlfriend.
DeRon and Paige are likely to remain business partners for a long time since it seems as though they get along just fine in a professional capacity. The duo went through an interview process, filmed segments and then a pilot. And so that was always in my back pocket. In 2003, Jenkins bought a house in Nashville and renovated it. In the new 12-episode season, premiering on Thursday, Jan. While their romantic relationship didn't last, they work well together as a team on the show, according to Jenkins. The two have known each other for over 10 years, dated, split up, and now work renovating houses and selling them for profit.
They met on the job, when Page was showing a client a house that DeRon happened to be working on. While their romance did not work, their professional relationship proved quite successful. They seem a couple years behind the times with up to date design trends. DeRon is a licensed contractor and Page is a real estate agent and have been running a house flipping business for several years now. Chemistry is way off there. Just making each one special 'cause they're going to be someone's home, so you want to make it special, and we try to do that. To him, it is more than just about making a profit, but about building up communities.
They've flipped houses in Nashville and Atlanta, but real estate wasn't always where DeRon made his money. It's a one two punch from this powerful team. But before getting to meet the house flipping team during the show's Jan. Check out Romper's new video series, Romper's Doula Diaries :. His greatest loves in life are writing, being a family man, and entertaining readers with his take on pop culture as it continues to change throughout the years. But Nashville is good, funny, down to earth.