Follow Utah-based real estate investors, Doug Clark and Mike Baird in Flip Men, as they attempt to turn foreclosed property into profit. After a fierce daily bidding war at auction, the duo acquires homes sight unseen. When they first enter a newly purchased house, they never know what's behind the door: a biohazard, a meth lab, or an angry former tenant who just doesn't want to leave. Now they have to clean up the place, renovate it, stage it, get it to market, and flip it…fast. It's a race against time, because every day means thousands of dollars out of their pocket. They're the ultimate prospectors, and the stakes couldn't be higher.
A home that was used as a meth lab must be tested for toxins in the opener of the reality series following two Salt Lake City business partners who acquire foreclosed homes to renovate and resell.
A ransacked home that a street gang uses as a clubhouse poses problems for Doug and Mike.
Dealing with outdated decor becomes the least of Doug and Mike's problems once an act of vandalism floods their new home.
Mike and Doug think they've struck gold with a house that needs minimal repair, that is until they experience something they've never had to deal with before...the unexpected return of the former home owner.
The guys regret their decision to buy a home sight unseen when they discover fire damage.
After a bidding war, Mike and Doug end up purchasing a house with a shocking past.
A fallout shelter isn’t the strangest thing in the Flip Men’s new home…something else reeks and is just waiting to be discovered
Doug and Mike snag a bargain of a home, but when they bust down the door and take a look around they realize the foundation is…alive and “growing.”
Doug’s recklessness prompts Mike to walk off the job at a house laden with insects, larvae and fungus.
Doug over pays for a house with a mysterious dungeon.
Mike and Doug fall for a classic bait and switch when they buy a home with a great exterior but a very hazardous interior. Faced with the most dangerous situation of their careers, they struggle to get out of the money pit alive.
A $1.6 million mansion comes with spiraling costs for the hosts.