With the premiere of CNBC’s “Cash Pad” tonight, engaged couple, and “The Bachelorette” alums, JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are ready to help homeowners turn their scrappy properties into, well, cash pads.

After competing as a contestant on “The Bachelor” Season 20, JoJo returned to reality TV to once again try to find love, this time on “The Bachelorette” Season 12. It was during her time on this series that she found her fiancé, former pro quarterback Jordan.

Now, the duo’s going from one reality show to another. After already finding love with each other, “Cash Pad” sees the couple helping others find love…with their housing properties. JoJo and Jordan are taking their hobby of house flipping and using the skills they’ve acquired from their time spent with the activity to help others with their projects.

cash pad premiere details Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher team up for new CNBC series, “Cash Pad.” Photo: Felicia Graham/CNBC

“In this eight-episode series, the dynamic couple partner with homeowners who are in serious need of extra income and hoping to turn their properties into thriving short-term rentals,” the synopsis shares of the show. “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 and help expand JoJo and Jordan’s growing short term rental portfolio.”

Aside from the engaged hosts, the cast of episode 1 also features homeowners Henry and Karen Rolhfs. According to the synopsis, the “empty-nesters…are hoping JoJo and Jordan will partner with them to convert an empty cottage into an upscale, short term rental. Located in the heart of Texas wine country, Stonewall is a romantic tourist destination with few rental options. Can JoJo and Jordan take advantage of this untapped market and create a revenue-generating vacation getaway?”

JoJo and Jordan’s “Cash Pad” premieres on CNBC on Tuesday at 10 p.m. EDT.