"Texas Flip and Move" features four teams of Texas-based real estate entrepreneurs as they competehead-to-head to buy low, work fast and sell high in a property-flipping competition. However, in a compelling twist, agents must enlist a construction crew to literally pick up the home and move it to a new location. (Source: HGTV)
A house on Main St. in Haslet, Texas is a charming historic home that was the original telephone operator's headquarters in the area. Donna and Toni think it is adorable and, even though it is a 'T' shape which means a more complicated move, they know that Gary and Daddy can handle it. They make no secret of their excitement about it. Randy is lukewarm about it, but is interested if the price is right. Suzi loves the house but Cody is adamant that it would be too complicated for Casey to move it and they will have to pass. During the auction, it looks like Donna has it wrapped up when Randy drops out after the price starts to climb. At the last second, Suzi jumps in unexpectedly and the price continues to climb.
A House on Foster Drive in Lake Worth Texas is a quaint stone-clad house with a small addition. Both the Slays and Randy like it; the Slays because Cody thinks it will make a nice hunting cabin and Randy mainly because he can make some money just selling the stone. The Snows think it is more work than it's worth. The bidding gets nasty between the Slays and Randy, but Cody and Suzi eventually win it. But before it can be moved, Cody will have to sweat it out and hack off the stone facade by hand. During the renovation, Cody and Suzi butt heads when she wants to add some of her special glam touches to her Cabin and Cody wants to make it a manly space. Another house on Huron Trail in Lake Worth is a two-bedroom 1960's era house in need of a significant renovation.