The Deed: Chicago


Produced for CNBC by Cineflix with Dave Hamilton and Mark Powell as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Adam Barry are the executive producers for CNBC.

On CNBC's "The Deed: Chicago," multi-millionaire mogul Sean Conlon signs on to help struggling Chicago developers avoid disaster. Conlon uses his own cash, design savvy and years of expertise to rescue inexperienced developers who are on the brink of financial ruin. The series follows Conlon in Chicago as he throws these distressed developers a lifeline in exchange for a piece of the property and a percentage of the profits. Flipping may be a fast track to the American dream, but it's a high-stakes gamble to take these troubled projects to payday. Profits can quickly turn to dust, but with a partner like Conlon, lives and fortunes can change with just one deal.

Full Episodes

The Deed: Chicago - The First 10 Minutes

  • The Issopo's are in the midst of a massive build and are facing some major curveballs along the way. Can real estate mogul Sean Conlon help get these newbies to build the dream home they've put so much effort into? Catch the first 10 minutes of the season premiere of "The Deed Chicago" and don't miss the all new episode Wednesday, March 4 at 10P ET on CNBC.

  • Robin wants to make a killing on vacation rentals. But after this ambitious go-getter bought a 19th-century Greystone on Chicago's South Side, she's found herself over budget and months behind schedule. Catch the first 10 minutes and don't miss an all new episode of "The Deed Chicago" Wednesday at 10P ET on CNBC.

  • A successful Chicago broker with impeccable taste has no idea how to manage a flip. Between relying on all of the wrong people and not showing up, it's going to be up to real estate mogul Sean Conlon to get him back on track. Catch this sneak peek and don't miss an all new episode of "The Deed Chicago" Wednesday at 10P ET on CNBC.

The Deed: Chicago - Season 1

  • Sean Conlon's Quirky Quotes

    Sean Conlon, host of CNBC's The Deed: Chicago, has a tendency to use some interesting analogies that will make you ask "what did he just say?" Check out some of the best ones.

  • The Deed: Chicago | "Playing Defense on the Deal": Flippers Kai and Bernette are a week behind schedule with construction on their investment property and they claim it's all the fault of a lazy general contractor. But host Sean Conlon sees another reason for the lack of progress: They keep paying in advance for unfinished work. The Deed: Chicago All-new Wednesdays 10P ET/PT

  • Host Sean Conlon just happens to be in the neighborhood when he notices a fire truck parked outside flippers Kai and Bernette's property. When he goes to investigate, he's met with another surprise at the door: a potential buyer. And Kai and Bernette are nowhere to be found. The Deed: Chicago All-new Wednesday 10P ET/PT