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Nathan Morris, founding member of the R&B group Boyz II Men, is swapping his microphone for blueprints as he enters the house-flipping market.

Nathan 8 sept 2018The DIY Network four-part series Hit Properties with Nathan Morris premieres 6 Oct in the US, and follows Nathan’s odyssey as he transforms an 8,200-square foot, dated and neglected mansion in Orlando, Fla, into a magnificent modern estate.

“On the business side, I’ve invested in some lucrative real-estate deals, and, on the personal side, I’ve done some construction, renovating and designing,” said Morris. “But I’ve never brought the two together in one project. This was my chance to do that—on a massive scale!”

In each episode of the home improvement series, Morris works on turning the home into a grand showplace, with jaw-dropping home renovations. Morris is a hands-on remodeller who upgrades the house with luxurious amenities, including a gourmet kitchen, two master bedroom suites and a resort-style pool complete with fibre-optic lighting to give the water a star-like effect. He also adds smart-home upgrades, including remote-controlled toilets, Wi-Fi-enabled lighting and mirror TVs, to pump up the glamour and appeal to the sophisticated buyer.

However, before the team can finish the reno on this dream home, they must overcome a Category 2 hurricane, a costly plumbing leak and the consequences of new landscaping devoured by wildlife. Once the overhaul is complete, the home will be, in his own words, “Nate-a-cised,” and worthy of its multi-million-dollar price tag.