Scott Disick's reputation has been built as a member of the Kardashian family, but the star hopes to come into his own and build on his love for property development with a new show called Flip It Like Disick.
"I'm excited to bring fans a new series that shows what I'm really passionate about professionally, which is flipping real estate and doing crazy and impressive renovations on celebrity homes," says Disick.
In a new promo with friend Khloé Kardashian, the pair introduces the new eight-episode show. Starting this summer, each episode of the E! television show will last an hour in length and air every Sunday.
Disick will be teaming up with interior designer Willa Ford to transform high-end homes into dream locations. The promo showcased Disick driving a tractor into a wall and joking with his team of renovators.
According to People, Disick's love for renovating came from his first successful home flip more than five years ago. Since then, he has renovated and developed the homes of fellow A-listers, including the playhouse for his three children with ex Kourtney Kardashian.
That's not to say that Disick won't experience a few hang-ups along the way. Home renovating is known to unveil additional problems and costs within a home that must be dealt with before the fun stuff can begin. For example, it's estimated that one in 15 American homes have high levels of radon. This is made even more difficult when his exterior design budget is reigned in by an HOA, which residents have a one-in-five chance of moving into throughout the United States.
It isn't known if Disick will run into any of these problems on his show just yet. We'll have to wait for the series to premiere on August 4 only one month after Khloé Kardashian's show Revenge Body.
Disick is also slated to produce the show with the help from Kardashian mom Kris Jenner. He will also receive help from business partner Benny Luciano and contractor Miki Moor to improve celebrity houses.
Disick's team will likely rely on the help of hard money loans, a term which has been around since the 1950s. While these shows are growing in popularity, this type of investment isn't for the faint of heart; these quick turnaround investments can make or break a house flipper's career.
Even popular house renovator Joanna Gaines recently admitted to experiencing dread before a house flip.
In a personal essay published by Magnolia Journal the Fixer Upper star wrote that she feared each flip would be the one that proved she wasn't cut out for this line of work.
"There was this continual, underlying dread that any one of those decisions that I was trying to pull out of thin air could be the one that proved once and for all that I was no good at this work," wrote Gaines. It was only after she let go of her perfectionist attitude that she was able to let her designs flourish.
After all, it can take whole home remodels up to one year to complete while home additions might take between three and nine months.
Disick, on the other hand, seems confident in his ability to achieve success on his show.
"E! has never had a show like this before. It's a bit different than viewers are used to seeing, but I think they will be both entertained and inspired by my team," he said in a statement.
But if all goes according to plan, Disick hopes to renovate Khloe Kardashian's home if he gets a second season.
E! reports that the show will air on Sundays at 9 p.m. starting on August 4.