'Flip this House' Montelongo on TV again - in disguiseMontelongo
rose to prominence with the now-defunct A&E reality show “Flip this House.” He currently is CEO of Armando Montelongo
Cos. Inc., which is based in the Alamo City and specializes in seminars on wealth creation and financial independence.
Initially, divorces can be puzzleMontelongo
, who starred on the reality show “Flip This House” on A&E, through a spokesman declined to comment on his 2011 divorce
from wife and one-time co-star Veronica
. McGinty, the state district judge who was a lawyer in 2007 when he split from his ...
Don't 'Flip This House' unless you're ready to spend big
The introductory seminar lasts about two hours and doubles as an advertisement for a $1,500, three-day workshop where you'll hear another sales pitch: For $25,000, you could be trained by Montelongo
himself in California, touring neighborhoods to learn ...
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 ...
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
He has plenty of fans but relishes telling a story about a drunken woman who told him what she thought of him - a slurring rant that might have earned as many bleeps as one of Montelongo's
TV shows. "I said, 'Girl, you don't know the half of it ...