Sarah Beeny's back on the south coast of England to revisit a singularly successful single mother.
In 2006, Sarah Beeney met the Fairall family, who successfully turned developing into a full-scale family business; this time around, things are not so smooth.
Michael and Sally Gregory found a dream project overlooking the Bristol Channel, put in the hours and managed to cash in a huge profit; two years later, they're taking on a much harder urban location in Clevedon Town.
Mark and Tammie Howard take on a big risk by splurging on a listed old bakery without knowing if they can remove its huge industrial oven; after many a sleepless night and some strong words from Sarah, they managed to transform the place.
Sarah Beeny pays a call on Myles Gilbert and his marathon penthouse development on Brighton seafront and finds out about his new $7 million property venture.
Sarah Beeny has her hands full with one set of developers trying to squeeze three bedrooms into two tiny cottages, while the others are tackling the DIY on two derelict semis themselves.
Bouncers Danny Smith and Sean Spencer make an unlikely pair of developers; they've taken on a Victorian terraced house and are determined to renovate it themselves on a non-existent budget.
Richard and Isabelle in Chiswick, West London, are doing lots of digging in a house to create a huge lower ground floor; they're looking for a big profit, but in Sarah Beeny's eyes, they're developing the wrong property in the wrong part of town.
Matt and Jodie risk all their savings on an unappealing house in Aldershot so that they can fund their dream house in Streatham.
Leanne and Addy attempt to renovate a house that suffers from subsidence; Milan and Tai try to secure planning permission so they can begin their project.
Heidi Sutton is determined to succeed as a developer despite the difficulties she faced on her first development; in Hitchin, Julie Thomas and Lee Jones want to do their renovation work themselves, but are long on enthusiasm and short on knowledge.
Sarah Beeny goes back to check on Kim Maoate's progress; Kim gave up a lucrative job to start a career in property developing.
At the tender age of 24, Chris Cieslak is designing his Brighton development to suit a family with two children under the age of seven.
Sarah meets developers who wanted to turn an old TV shop into a family home; halfway through the renovation the cash ran out, so now they need to sell it.
A couple wants to double the size of their home.
Developers decide to dig out their basements.
A couple purchases a 1911 Craftsman home that needs a lot of love.
A stay-at-home mom was looking for something to do in her spare time, so she purchased a house to renovate and resell.
A couple is trying to use a low budget to fix up a 2-story brick home they bought.
Sarah Beeny advises business partners Liz and Laura against an unnecessary cellar conversion.
A London couple gamble their savings on developing a two-bedroom ex-council flat.
After 20 years apart, twins Mark and Mitch Parsons have returned home to Staffordshire to convert their mother's barn.
Sarah Beeny gives newcomers to the business advice and tips on how to make money from property. Ssisters Tanya and Natalie Milton have committed the cardinal sin of property development and have fallen in love with their property.