Flip This House is a television series which airs on the A&E (Arts and Entertainment) television network. In season one, the series followed the activities surrounding the Charleston, South Carolina-based Trademark Properties, founded by Richard C. Davis. Each episode spotlights the purchase and renovation of a single unit. All episodes included listing the price of the purchase, the cost of renovation, and the market value (including potential profit) of the "flipped" property. Biography is one of A&Es longest-running and most popular programs. ...
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Richard C. Davis is President, CEO, and Founder of Trademark Properties in Charleston, South Carolina. ...
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Due to a contractual disagreement A&E decided not to invite Trademark back for Season two of the show. The show was recast with a team from San Antonio and another in Atlanta. San Antonio (the Spanish name of Saint Anthony) is a common toponym in parts of the world where the Spanish language is or was spoken: Argentina San Antonio, Jujuy province Belize San Antonio, Cayo District Chile San Antonio Mexico San Antonio, San Luis Potosí Philippines San Antonio, Quezon San Antonio...
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In July 2006, Trademark Properties filed a lawsuit against A&E alleging breach of contract and fraud. Davis signed a series deal with TLC, and the new series, titled The Real Deal, will air April 21, 2007. TLC Network is a cable TV network in the US that carries a variety of informational and reality-based programming. ...
Season One regular cast
- Richard C. Davis - Founder and head of the company.
- Ginger Alexander - Davis' right-hand associate who searches for houses to flip
- Dawn Nosal - Project coordinator
- Kevin Molony - Head of construction during the flipping process
- Vance Sudano - Real estate broker who sells the finished houses
Season Two regular cast
San Antonio Team
- Armando Montelongo - Montelongo house buyers  co-founder
- Veronica Montelongo - Armando's wife, who sells houses
- David Montelongo - Armando's brother and partner
- Melina Montelongo - David's wife, who handles marketing
- Sam Leccima - Founder of Leccima Real Estate  
- Shanni Leccima - Sam's wife and partner
- Lamont Martin - Sam's right-hand man and construction manager
- Angela Wilford - Works for Keller-Williams Realty and collaborates with the Leccimas to sell the flipped houses.
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