|Flip or Flop Atlanta|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||28|
|Production location||Metro Atlanta|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||July 20, 2017 – |
December 6, 2018
|Related shows||Flip or Flop (franchise)|
Flip or Flop Atlanta is a television series that originally aired on HGTV hosted by real estate agents Ken and Anita Corsini. It is a spin-off of the HGTV series Flip or Flop . It premiered on July 20, 2017 and was filmed in the Atlanta, Georgia area.On August 21, 2017, HGTV announced Flip or Flop Atlanta would be renewed for a second season, with 14 episodes, which premiered on September 13, 2018. On August 16, 2019, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the show was canceled.
On March 1, 2017, HGTV announced that Flip or Flop would expand to Atlanta, Georgia. The shows will feature a new couple, Ken and Anita Corsini, flipping houses in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The Corsinis have the same roles and functions that Tarek and Christina had held previously.
A pilot episode called Flipping the South aired on HGTV in May 2016. HGTV rebranded the show as part of an expansion of the Flip or Flop franchise.
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Ken Corsini is a full-time real estate investor who lives in the suburbs of Atlanta with his wife Anita and their three children. He founded Georgia Residential Partners in 2005 and since that time has bought and sold over 500 properties.
Ken Corsini has a bachelor's degree in risk management from the University of Georgia as well as a master's degree in residential development from Georgia Tech.
Ken and Anita Corsini run a family business, renovating many houses a year in the Atlanta metro area.
|Title||Original air date||Cost of home ($)||Rehab cost ($)||Sale price ($)||Gross Profit/loss ($)|
|1||1||"Big Money in Buckhead"||July 20, 2017||$400,000||$120,000||$684,000||$164,000|
|2||2||"Big Build on the Atlanta Beltline"||July 27, 2017||$489,000||$120,000||$799,000||$190,000|
|3||3||"From Trash to Rustic Treasure"||August 3, 2017||$110,000||$90,000||$299,000||$99,000|
|4||4||"Small Farmhouse with Big Flop Potential"||August 10, 2017||$100,000||$95,000||$220,000||$25,000|
|5||5||"Rundown Rental House Redo"||August 17, 2017||$108,000||$65,000||$273,500||$100,500|
|6||6||"From a Frog to a Prince"||August 24, 2017||$79,500||$69,000||$180,000||$31,500|
|7||7||"1970s Estate Sale Gem"||August 31, 2017||$50,000||$55,000||$155,000||$50,000|
|8||8||"Frankenstein House to Craftsman Cutie"||September 7, 2017||$115,000||$100,000||$242,000||$27,000|
|9||9||"Small House, Big Ideas and Funky Design Touches"||September 14, 2017||$112,000||$60,000||$232,000||$60,000|
|10||10||"Shut Down in a New Town"||September 21, 2017||$65,000||$55,000||$164,000||$44,000|
|11||11||"From Junky to Funky"||September 28, 2017||$145,000||$65,200||TBA||TBA|
|12||12||"Small Budget, Big Kitchen"||October 5, 2017||$142,000||$50,000||$260,000||$68,000|
|13||13||"Tiles Gone Wild"||October 12, 2017||$160,000||$72,000||$301,500||$69,500|
|14||14||"Southern Home Rescue"||TBA||$60,000||$80,000||$240,000||$100,000|
|Title||Original air date||Cost of home ($)||Rehab cost ($)||Sale price ($)||Gross Profit/loss ($)|
|15||1||"Close to home"||October 11, 2018||50,000||105,000||TBA||TBA|
|16||2||"Duplex or Don't Plex"||October 11, 2018||150,000||103,000||380,000||110,000|
|17||3||"Manor Makeover"||October 18, 2018||220,000||91,000||535,000||195,500|
|18||4||"Not so Funhouse"||October 18, 2018||75,000||80,000||280,000||119,000|
|19||5||"Go Bigger or Go Home"||October 25, 2018||77,000||133,000||346,000||126,000|
|20||6||"The Cabin in the Woods"||October 25, 2018||92,500||73,000||257,000||83,500|
|21||7||"This Old Boarding House"||November 1, 2018||57,000||103,500||299,000||123,500|
|22||8||"Trash or Treasure"||November 1, 2018||140,000||94,500||320,000||85,500|
|23||9||"99 Problems"||November 8, 2018||99,000||91,000||269,900||69,900|
|24||10||"No Strike Outs in Mozley Park"||November 15, 2018||82,000||97,500||265,000||74,500|
|25||11||"Making History"||November 29, 2018||137,000||80,000||345,000||118,000|
|26||12||"Smells Like Trouble"||November 29, 2018||112,000||77,000||265,000||73,000|
|27||13||"That '70s House"||December 6, 2018||150,000||102,500||440,000||174,500|
|28||14||"Little House of Hoarders"||December 6, 2018||85,000||97,500||280,000||84,000|
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