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Season 2 / Episode 5 and airs on 14 June 2021 00:00
Does owning a dream vacation property seem out of reach? Real estate expert and contractor Scott McGillivray offers the ultimate road map to renovation and rental success in Scott's Vacation House Rules. With years of smart real estate investing and renovation experience, Scott will unlock the rental potential of even the most uninspired properties. Finding and transforming tired, dated and rundown spaces into unique and buzz-worthy parcels of paradise, Scott's Vacation House Rules will prove that any dream property is always within reach.
Mother and son team Elli and Clark desperately need Scott's help transforming their neglected cabin into a successful vacation rental. With a tranquil waterfall just steps from the front door, Scott plunges into a design plan that immerses renters in the experience of the nearby waterfall. Very quickly, Scott uncovers some big surprises and more water than he bargained for.
Homeowners Jackie and Teresa purchase an aging two-bedroom property and need Scott's help transforming the haphazard, gloomy layout into a bright and spacious vacation rental that will help build their nest egg.
Scott harnesses his creativity and transforms a former art studio at the back of Sarah and Nick's property into an artistic retreat that doubles as a gallery where paying guests can view and buy the work of local artists.
Aleisha and Justin's rundown vacation property can't be rented in the state it's in; a week by the lake is the most popular vacation for young families so Scott adds fun, family-friendly amenities that will keep this property booked year after year.
Christine and Sam's newly purchased vacation property looks like a time capsule from the 1970's; Scott harnesses the swinging 70's look of the home, but adds 21st Century tech to create a groovy, functional tech getaway.
With property taxes and maintenance fees going through the roof, Tara-Lee and Bryan need their rarely-used vacation rental to start paying for itself.
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