Host and renovation expert Scott McGillivray will help homeowners with high mortgage payments and low cash flow create "rental suites" in their homes as a way to help cut monthly expenses. Each episode will reveal how homeowners turn their unused rooms into rental spaces and increase the overall value of their house.
Jon and Kate need to reno their vacation rental so it starts making money - especially now that they have a four-week old baby.
Foster parents, Rob and Heidi, need to renovate their basement into apartment to safely ease their foster sons into adulthood.
Rebecca and Stew traded in the city for an artisan lifestyle in the country. To fund their new lives, they need to cash in on local tourism with a vacation property. Scott McGillivray presents two options for their property: build a B&B within their home vs. convert their freestanding art gallery into an apartment.
Three sisters, Liza, Mary, and Stella team up to transform Liza’s basement into a retirement apartment for their aging parents. Scott McGillivray presents two options for the space: a one-bedroom vs. a two-bedroom layout.
Helene is an actress who needs to make money from her home because acting gigs can be unpredictable and infrequent.
Andrea and Mike want to build a portfolio of vacation rentals. To save up for their second property, they need to transform their humble waterfront cottage into a place that makes money year-round. Scott McGillivray presents two options for the property: one that upgrades the interior vs. one that extends outdoor space.
Michael and Kristine need rental income for financial security while they both work for the same solar energy startup.
Nuala and David need to renovate and rent their lakefront property so they can afford to carry it after baby #4 arrives in five months.
Nicole and Michelle need to find and renovate a dedicated income property in order to repay Michelle’s student debt, while making a joint investment to secure both of their financial futures like their late mother would have wanted.
Jennifer and In-Suk experienced a financial setback. With Jennifer on maternity leave and In-Suk unemployed for the last seven months, this couple needs an income suite to offset their mortgage costs and help them afford the home they love in a great neighbourhood.
Award-winning musician, Justin Rutledge, needs to renovate and rent out his waterfront cabin to supplement his irregular income.
Adrian and Jennifer need to find a home with an income suite so that they can repay the debt they’ve accumulated while planning their wedding. They know that they’re beginning their lives together on the wrong financial foot, so they’re anxious to find a home with an income suite so that they can dig themselves out of debt while helping secure their joint financial future.
Barry and his girlfriend, Jenn, need to rent Barry’s lakeside property to help put his kids through school, so he and Jenn can start to save for a home together.
Andrew’s taken apart a duplex to turn it back into his own single family home – and he wants this to make him money. Mending this drawn-out mess means Andrew’s got to lose the tools and gain some roommates.Watch Now:Amazon
Kathy, a high school teacher, is ready to move out of her parents’ house for the first time. With her sister in tow, she's needs to build an income property to ease her into homeownership expenses. Scott McGillivray presents two options for the side-split: a one-bedroom vs. a two-bedroom.
Jen and Brock dream of buying a home downtown, but it needs to have an income property if they want to afford it. Scott shows them a 100-year-old row house, a single-family home, and an east end duplex; before sky-high housing prices threaten to scare them away from buying altogether.
Roz, a television personality, and Katherine, a photographer, need a retreat from the limelight. To help them afford a country cottage, they need to transform the dated space into an upscale rental retreat. Scott McGillivray presents two options for the property: a cosmetic update vs. a major overhaul.
Anne and Jody bought a cottage duplex for their young family. To afford the mortgage, they need to renovate and rent one half of it. Scott McGillivray presents two options: a cosmetic upgrade vs. a cosmetic upgrade with higher-end finishes.
With her dad, Ron, by her side, Caitlyn needs to reno and rent her primary residence in cottage country so she can afford a home as a single lady.
Jasmine needs help to move this renovation forward so she can get the rental suite occupied, as it is the foundation of the financial plan that will pay for her son’s university education.
Sisters Jen and Elana need to reno and rent their vacation property so they can keep it for the long haul to care for their mom once she retires next door.
Shannon and Noah need to reno and rent out their multi-building vacation property to make a dent in their mortgage before enjoying it themselves.
Sisters, Kelly and Nancy, need to renovate their mom’s basement into an apartment to get rid of the mold - and help mom afford the mortgage.
Leah and Stew are ready to grow up and move out of Leah’s mom’s house. They want to renovate the main floor of their house to bring in extra cash to cover their first mortgage. Scott McGillivray presents two options: a two-bedroom vs. three-bedroom.
Jen and Paul need to build a basement apartment to repay the $82,000 debt incurred by the renovation of their disaster home. But there’s a catch: Jen will only go through another renovation, if her old high school friend, Scott McGillivray, is the contractor.Watch Now:Amazon
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