Financial roof falls in on pair of TV house flippers
David and Melina Montelongo
, former co-stars of the A&E show “Flip This House,” claim they can't pay back their debts. Last week, the couple filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation in San Antonio. They have about $31,000 in assets and owe creditors ...
Don't 'Flip This House' unless you're ready to spend big
Jr. was living in his in-laws' garage 11 years ago, surviving on food stamps and borrowed money. It was then, Montelongo
said, that he made a promise to himself. If he ever became rich, he'd share his secrets with the world. In just ...
Montelongos feuding again — this time in court
and his wife, Veronica
, were on the show for three seasons. David and Melina Montelongo
left after two seasons — with a brotherly rift that appeared to begin during an episode that became known as “the cat house.” “Flip This House” ...
The house flipper's second act
BILLY CALZADA : SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS A&E FAME: Armando Montelongo
Jr., who shot to fame as a star of the A&E show Flip This House, takes the wide view of a house in San Antonio. He makes money teaching students his real estate techniques. "We teach ...
MATTER OF RECORD: WEEK OF SEPT. 22, 2013
16: Jose A. Montelongo
and Amanda M. Castillo; Javier J. Alvarez and Adelina Velazco; Justin R. Kindel and Shelbi R. Samford; Orlando Torres II and Kimberly H. Ramirez; Michial T. Hesson and Chelsea L. Minnick. ... 9: Everardo Orozco and Teresa Curiel ...