It's easy to get public attention if you're on television, more so if you host a popular and very interesting TV show. Just take the case of Richard C. Davis who is president and CEO as well as founder of Trademark Properties based in Charleston, South Carolina. For the thousands of fans of home flipping shows in the U.S., this man is a real pro, a great host and team leader.
Richard Davis gained so much popularity for creating and hosting television shows on home flipping like the original "Flip This House" aired on A&E before moving on to the current "The Real Deal" on TLC. Known as the residential king because of his prowess in buying, remodeling and reselling homes for profit, Davis has become a favorite of home flipping fans for many years now. In fact, an avid fan has created a "Flip This Lawsuit" website just to keep track of Davis' lawsuit against Flip This House producer A&E. As you may already know, Davis sued A&E for failing to compensate him for his program which prompted his Trademark team to leave the Flip This House show.
Watch Richard Davis, Ginger Alexander and other from Team Trademark in this funny video:
Okay, so you Real Deal fans agree that Richard and Ginger make a great pair.
They have a wonderful rapport on and off the small screen, they are both
gorgeous and smart people and are successful in their home flipping jobs.
However, just to clear things up, 43-year-old Richard is a married man and a
proud father of three kids - all boys. If you happened to watch the TLC special
"A Home Run For Trademark," you would have seen that Richard is very involved
with his children. In fact, it was one of his boys who inspired the project. As
for 27-year-old Ginger, she loves her dog Jack and may be better off with a
younger man. His loyalty to Trademark Properties and his boss is just
misinterpreted by many fans.
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