CNBC has announced Cash Pad, which will star the engaged couple as they help transform ordinary homes and apartments into lucrative short-term rental properties, will premiere on Thursday, July 25 at 9PM ET/PT.
When the network announced in January it had ordered the newCash Pad show, CNBC initially slated the show for a May premiere date.
Cash Pad is part of CNBC's first-ever real estate programming block and will air as part of the business news cable network's new "Real Estate Thursdays" primetime lineup on Thursday nights.
House flipper JoJo and her sports-analyst fiance, who met and fell in love on The Bachelorette's twelfth season, will partner with homeowners in Dallas, Austin, and Phoenix who are in serious need of extra income and hoping to turn their properties into thriving short-term rentals.
"Whether they're transforming a decrepit shipping container, a rundown airstream, or a garage in disrepair, JoJo and Jordan are up for the task of creating one-of-a-kind vacation hot-spots that will provide a life-changing financial boost for their homeowner partners," teases CNBC.
Cash Pad is being produced by Electus with Chris Grant, Drew Buckley, Tim Puntillo, Craig Plestis, Ming Lee Howell, Jim Ackerman and Marshall Eisen serving as executive producers.
JoJo and Jordan previously launched their Engaged with JoJo and Jordan web series in October 2018 on the digital-entertainment network Kin.
Engaged with JoJo and Jordan turned out to be a combination of reality TV and DIY home decor, while fans also got to learn about the high points, low points and difficult times in their relationship.
The web series was available to watch on Kin across on YouTube, Facebook Watch, Instagram, Twitter and Amazon.
Prior to landing the web series, JoJo had discussed with People how starring on a home-renovation series similar to Bravo's Flip or Flop or Fixer Upper would be a dream come true and she would "totally" love to be given such an opportunity.