7 Real Estate Shows That Can Teach Investors a Thing or Two #8211; Motley Fool

TV shows can be a wonderful way to just relax or have fun. And for real estate junkies, there#8217;s no shortage of real estate shows to enjoy. House Hunters and Million Dollar Listing may be fun to watch but are catered to a wider audience. Luckily, with more real estate TV shows than ever, aspiring and experienced real estate investors can learn and be entertained at the same time. Here are seven real estate shows that can teach real estate investors a thing or two.

Flipping 101

Flipping 101#8216;s star is Tarek El Moussa, a real estate investor whose career took off during the 2008 market crash and now has over 300 properties under management. The show focuses specifically on how to fix and flip residential real estate, with Tarek mentoring new investors through the process of turning a profit on a house.

What sends this show to the top of the list is that its target audience is real estate investors. This hour-long show airs on HGTV and can definitely help aspiring flippers learn something new.

Fixer Upper

Chip and Joanna Gaines are featured in one of HGTV#8217;s most successful home renovation shows. Buyers choose a property from three run-down properties in Texas that seemingly have no potential and turn it into a dream home.

While this show is loved by just as many homeowners as it is by investors, there is plenty of content for professionals in the real estate industry. The show focuses on houses under