The Flipping Virgins TV show has been renewed for a second season on HGTV. The show features property expert Egypt Sherrod. Season two will consist of eight one-hour episodes. It is slated for a January 2017 premiere.
No virgins are flipped during production of this show. In the real estate rehab series, Sherrod counsels novices on the art of house flipping.
Get the details from this HGTV press release:
HGTV Orders New Eps Of ‘Flipping Virgins’ Starring Property Expert Egypt Sherrod
12 July 2016
New York [July 11, 2016] HGTV has picked up a second season of Flipping Virgins featuring property expert Egypt Sherrod. Eight new one-hour episodes of the series will premiere in January 2017, showcasing Egypt as she helps house-flipping novices navigate the unexpected realities of purchasing, renovating and selling a home for profit. From how to choose the right fixer upper to the wisest ways to stay on budget, Egypt will show house-flipping virgins how to navigate the unpredictable world of real estate.
“In Flipping Virgins, I’m here to show first timers the right risks to take and the mistakes to avoid so they can maximize their real estate investment,” said Egypt, a successful house-flipper with more than 15 years of experience.
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