Finally, the show will air at 2 p.m. June 24, featuring a home on Tonawanda Creek Road in Clarence Center. After what seemed like an eternity that was actually a four-month delay, Buffalo area house flippers will finally debut their national television series on HGTV.

The series was originally scheduled to hit the air last February, the premiere was postponed the first time because of the Winter Olympics and then postponed again by the Dayton 500.

"Risky Builders" features Chris and Lorissa Naugle, a married couple who own FlipOut Academy at Eastern Hills Mall, along with local artist Blair Rusin of Art by Blair. All three live in Williamsville.

FlipOut Academy is billed as a place where people can "learn how to find, fund and flip real estate"

Their space at Eastern Hills Mall serves as headquarters for the real estate education program the couple established in 2014, The Naugles and a group of coaches teach students the process of flipping houses, then work with them as the students flip houses themselves.

The Naugles rehab and resell homes in the Buffalo market under the LC Strategic Realty brand.

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