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Catch The Latest Episode Of Flipping Vegas On A&E
Are there really any run down homes in Vegas? For sure there are, and Scott Yancey and his wife want to do something about it. If you think about it, it seems like a great place to invest in real estate for sure. So what this couple does is invest in those run down homes that no one wants, and once they have budgeted a remodel and made the repairs, they flip the houses.
That is why the show is called Flipping Vegas. In some small way, the couple really is flipping the city one house at a time. Notice I said their venture became a television show, which runs on A & E. Since it is a reality television show, do you think it is real? Certainly at least part of it is real. I'm sure they are flipping houses in Vegas, but how much of what happens is doctored.
You already know it is edited. Do they show the times when the houses don't fetch the expected price? They probably get all climatic with the episodes and things that go wrong, but then everything is wrapped up in a nice neat little package by the end of the show, right? That is usually how those types of reality shows work. Here is a website with great information on flipping houses for maximum profitability http://houseflippinginfo.com/
That doesn't mean it's not a good show and doesn't depict truthfully what Scott Yancey and his wife are doing down there in Vegas. It seems like a really neat, adventure, too. Personally, I really like A&E as a channel and watch it often, yet had not seen Flipping Vegas yet. I look forward to getting a chance to check it out soon so I can see what the rest of the hype is about. It seems to be quite a popular show. Have you caught an episode of it yet?