“Bachelorette” alums JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers recently got re-engaged -- and the second ring was somehow even more stunning than the first -- but they’ve been plenty busy, anyway. Fletcher, who grew up around renovation zones and followed a real estate development path before her ~journey to find love~, quickly pulled her new fiancé on board, and the result was “Cash Pad.” The NBC show features the couple flipping rental properties together, getting up close and personal to the dirty and gritty process. And, of course, there’s plenty of adorable banter to go around.
While your first thought may have been to roll your eyes -- Bachelor Nation “spinoffs” featuring individual couples are largely snoozefests, like Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell’s “Happy Ever After?” -- “Cash Pad” may be an HGTV lover’s dream, and their already-flipped properties are available on Airbnb! For season 1, the couple stuck to Arizona and Texas rentals, but they hope to expand nationwide -- perhaps in subsequent seasons? Check off how many of Fletcher and Rodgers’ rentals you’d stay in and we’ll know how easily you could become a house flipper.
This open-concept loft on the second story comes with a nook for the bed, and the decor is light, airy and rustic-ly bohemian. The main perk? A giant private deck perfect for entertaining or just lounging surrounded by greenery unique for a city. Book now!
This. View. Though. Escape to the Arizona mountains in this home with a spacious patio situated on a breathtaking, 6,500-foot overlook. Floor-to-ceiling windows will offer you plenty of natural light, and the cozy kitchen covered in southwestern decor makes for a home away from home. Book now!
Visit Granbury Square in style. Outfitted in deep colors throughout with rich details like wood flooring, exposed stone walls and pocket doors, you’ll feel like you've stepped into a manor from the movies. Book now!
An industrial space if I’ve ever seen one, this two-bedroom rental features unique amenities like a rock-climbing wall, wood pallet coffee table and built-in bunk beds. It’ll feel like a WeWork, only more private. Book now!
The airstream trend is alive and well. Parked (ha) just 15 minutes from the restaurants and shopping of downtown Austin, the camper may be small, but comes with a covered patio area for an indoor/outdoor stay (and showers!). And you won’t mind it once you see the pool, fire pit and hot tub. Book now!
Around the corner from SoCo (South of Congress Street) and the accompanying wineries and distilleries is this shipping container-turned-rental. The backyard it’s situated on provides plenty of privacy and shade so you can hang on the oversized deck, and the windows completely open for an indoor/outdoor experience. And there are dogs on the property, so, sold. Book now!
Welcome to Stonewall wine region, where this cheeky little farmhouse can be yours for the weekend. The theme is “upscale country,” and it shines through features like a true country front porch (complete with rocking chairs), a custom barn door for the bedroom and a welcoming backyard space. Book now!