Rodrigo and Ana need to find and renovate their first dedicated income property so that they can fund opening an orphanage in Rodrigo’s native Ecuador. In order for them to afford a home in an expensive urban city, Ana’s parents will invest their retirement savings into funding this property.
Cheryl and Amreed desperately want to start their lives together, but the only way that they can afford to lay down roots with their own property is to buy one with a rental apartment. They’ll use the apartment to supplement their mortgage and monthly household bills, while repaying Cheryl’s student loans, and finally living under one roof.
Lysa was downsized from her job, so she needs to sell her current home to find and renovate a house with income suite to help supplement her income until her new business can sustain itself. She believes the opportunity to work with Scott will not only alleviate her financial stresses, but will finally provide her with the freedom to follow her dreams and become personally-fulfilled.
Robert and Stephanie need to find and renovate a house with a basement apartment so that they can make up for the time and money lost during the two years that Rob was unable to work as he awaited his immigration papers. They literally cannot afford to fall further behind, so they need to make sure that they get this project right on the first try.
Jamie tries making some money off of a property.
Miranda and Fab work together to make money off of properties.
First time home owners put a suite in to help pay for the mortgage.
Alexis and Craig put a income suite in their home to try and help pay for the mortgage.