The Snow Sisters

Builders, Texas Flip N Move

Toni and Donna know a thing or two about houses. These seasoned veterans have been flipping homes for decades. With a nose for a bargain and eyes for a gem, these spunky sisters love rebuilding homes with personality. Toni and Donna are the daughters of longtime Fort Worth home mover H.D. “Daddy” Snow. Together, the sisters possess an uncanny foresight to see houses not merely for what they are but for what they might become.

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Take a stroll through “Quanah.” Donna and Toni won a 3 bedroom, 1 bath at the auction. The Snow Sisters tried to salvage as much of the house as possible and in the end they made a profit.

HD Snow and Co.

Flipping N’ Moving houses is a family affair for The Snow Sisters. Three generations and there ain’t no stopping yet.


The best thing about being in the game so long, is all the great people you meet along the way.


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Take a walk through the “Thompson” home designed by the Snow Sisters during Season 5 of Texas Flip N Move.

Hard Work

Hard work and a little bit of know-how will take you far.

Just Go For It Toots! 

The work never stops. That’s why it’s so important to do what you love. Just go for it toots!

Auction Time, Auction Time

There’s nothing quite like hitting our goal at a sell auction, and then watching the auction cards keep popping up in the air.

Keep On Moving

Donna and I keep running into hungry young home flippers who ask us to give them advice. The truth is that it took years for us to get to where we are at now. Today on the job site I was reminded that this is actually a good thing.

If you’re a young hustler out there just trying to make an honest living— don’t forget that your best work is ahead of you, not behind you. Keep on moving.

Oh My!

Oh My!

They did what? Where?

Asking For Advice

A lot of people keep asking me, “Toni, how did you get so good at flipping homes?”

And the truth is, that I made it a point to never stop learning from other people. Just because you have a little DIY in your bones doesn’t mean you can’t ask somebody for advice here and there.

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