Davis is the proud father of three boys.
As a result of Davis' lawsuit with A&E, Trademark Properties was not involved with the second season of the show.
Richard C. Davis is the president, CEO, and founder of Trademark Properties in Charleston, South Carolina.
A fan-created website, Flip This Lawsuit, follows the progress of the lawsuit that Davis has with A&E.
Richard and his company sued A&E due to a contract dispute arising out of the latter's refusal to compensate him for his program.
Richard graduated in 1986 with a degree in financial management.
Richard C. Davis was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity at Clemson University.
Richard and his team at Trademark had a very famous house "flip" in 2005. The team renovated and relocated the house of "Shoeless Joe" Jackson, a famous baseball player from Greenville, SC. Trademark moved the house from it's original location to a new location next to Greenville's minor league baseball stadium. The house will be used as a museum.
Richard is a graduate of Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina.
Richard C. Davis is the President & CEO
Director of Acquisitions at Trademark Properties.
Richard C. Davis is a native of Charleston, South Carolina.
Richard C. Davis prides himself in his dedication to the ever-changing community he knows and loves.
Richard C. Davis isn't afraid to show his employees who is boss.
Richard C. Davis is the mastermind behind Trademark Properties.
Richard: Get in, get out, go home.
Richard: Every day I wake up is a good day to buy real estate.
Richard: Do ya'll feel like you're in the presence of greatness?
Richard: Save the drama for your mama.
Richard: We don't hold anything back. We show what it takes to be successful in this business. (On the appeal of his show , 'Flip This House')