Space-less to Spacious
Scott, Sarah and the twins' condo is busting at the seams. They need a space where they can relax and spread out. Sick of all the shared spaces in the condo, they are looking to expand into a house. They find bigger is not always better as the Property Brothers help them discover the need for a fixer-upper home.
Not Suburban or Subdivision
Nancy and Dan are not subdivision savvy and they are ready for the convenience of the city. Location is key as the couple is looking for a home that will not only make for an easy work commute, but also be near a park for the dog and kids to play. They also want an open living space so they can be both more productive and spend more time together. With their list of demands, the Property Brothers help them to see the possibilities a fixer-upper home can offer.
Empty Nesters Explore the City
Tina and James are recent empty nesters, with a long list of wants. They want to downsize and move closer to the city. They want a house that's move in ready and they don't want to do any renovations. The Property Brothers help them explore dated homes and work to convince them that on a budget, a renovation is the only way to go.
Suburbs to City Life
After financially making it back into the black, Tim and Michelle are ready to leave their suburban lifestyle behind for the lights of the city. They're now taking their uptown attitude to downtown fixer-uppers. With their tight budget and high expectations, they turn to the Property Brothers for help. So it's up to Drew and Jonathan to try to show the couple the big picture and convince them they can have their downtown oasis.
Condo to Reno
Katherine and Jordan are looking to buy a move in ready family home in a trendy neighborhood. Against the Property Brothers' advice, the couple gets into multiple bidding wars on new homes. Then, it's up to Drew and Jonathan to save the day and find the perfect fixer-upper for the couple to turn into their dream home, even as budgetary disasters, water damage nightmares, and delayed doors threaten to derail the entire project.
Commute to Compromise
The Property Brothers must convince Lica and Nicolas to be open-minded in order to find the open concept home they want. Looking for storage space and rooms that flow well through the home, they are anxious to find and renovate their new home. Opening up a space proves to be much more challenging than initially expected.
Expanding the Family Fun
Jose, Connie and their three kids need a larger space. They are stuck in a home that seems to keep getting smaller. The family loves to have fun together, but no longer have a space for it. They have a long list of what they want, and are unwilling to settle for anything less. With the Property Brothers help, can they be convinced they can change a house to fit their wants and needs?
Renting to Renovating
Searching in a specific neighborhood, Steve and Marianne are ready to have a place of their own. They have flipped houses before, but now they have enlisted the help of the Property Brothers to find their perfect home. They are set on a specific neighborhood and have a strict budget. The Property Brothers accept the challenge to find and transform a home to exactly what Steve and Marianne want.
Zack and Liat's kitchen lacked the space they needed. A devoutly religious family they need to keep their kitchen kosher. They have two sets of dishes, cookware and counter spaces, and their home didn't have enough kitchen space to handle it. They are looking for a new home that has the kitchen space they need and room for their family of four to grow. But on their budget, it's up to Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan to show them how unrealistic a move-in ready home would be. After choosing a house to renovate, structural problems have the couple wondering if they have made a mistake. It's up to the Property Brothers to transform this house into Zack and Liat's dream home.
First Home Jitters
First time homebuyers, Vincent and Helena, are ready to move in together in their own space. They want to find their dream home, but the Property Brothers must first give them a lesson in house hunting. Drew and Jonathan try to show the couple the potential of the homes within their price range. Then, Vincent and Helena must survive a bidding war, faulty ductwork, and countertops full of blemishes as they attempt to transform a fixer-upper into their perfect home.
Construction to Quiet
Mike and Avi have been fighting construction noise around their home for two years. With their kids needing naps, the noises have become a bigger problem, and their space is now too small. They are ready to find a new home for their family and turn to the Property Brothers for help. From there, it's up to Drew and Jonathan to help the family find a home that will satisfy their need for more space in a quieter location.
Almost Newlyweds, Almost Home
Soon-to-be-newlyweds, Jay and Cara, are searching for their perfect home as they plan their wedding. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan have come in to help them find a home. Jay and Cara have plenty of things they want in their house, but don't have a budget for a move-in ready home. Now, Drew and Jonathan have to convince the couple adding renovations to their to-do list could give them their dream home and save their budgets.
Out of the In-Laws' House
Delecia, Dwyane and their son Dekar are living in one bedroom in Dwyane's parents' house. They are tired of living out of suitcases and boxes. They need a space of their own. They say they don't need anything too ornate, but would love to find their dream home. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan are ready to help them find that house, but realize it might take more work than the couple would like, especially after finding aesbestos and structural issues within the house.
Kristi & Jay
Paralyzed by indecision and tired of renting, Kristi and Jay are desperate to buy a new house. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match their expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple quickly decides between two major renovation projects, and Drew works fast to negotiate the deal. Jonathan gets right to work, but the couple wants everything done a mach-speed and pressures Jonathan to fast-track the renovation. When an ominous home inspection reveals terrible problems, Jonathan's budget takes a hit and he only has five weeks to complete the job. To make matters worse, he notices a ceiling sag that could mean big structural problems. A host of other serious issues threaten the budget and timeline. And while every nasty surprise makes frugal Jay's blood boil, Kristi still wants to spend, spend, spend!
Luke & Courtney
Cramped in a tiny condo with newborn twins and a two-year-old daughter, Luke and Courtney are desperate to buy a new house. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple finally decides between two huge renovation projects, and Jonathan only has six weeks to complete the job. But the home inspection reveals foundation problems that blast the budget, and knocking down the walls proves to be more difficult than originally planned. Juggling kids and renovations quickly whips the couple into stressed-out zombies. Then Jonathan hits a snag when a centrepiece counter won't fit through the front door. With only a few days before Luke, Courtney, and little ones, become homeless, he has to act fast!
Working long hours and eager to upgrade her starter home, April is looking to buy a new house in the downtown core. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help her find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match her expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. April finally decides between two massive renovation projects, but is quickly frustrated when she can't close the deal immediately. Drew works his magic, and the pressure is now on Jonathan who only has five weeks to complete the job. April gets discouraged when she makes an unannounced visit and sees her new home in mid-renovation. Freaking out and micro-managing every aspect of the job, Jonathan is forced to push back to regain her confidence.
Kristine & Paul
Stuck in a tiny apartment with their rambunctious young son, Evan, Kristine and Paul are desperate to buy a new spacious home. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help the couple find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. While Kristine prefers to live downtown, Paul favours size, and the couple can't agree on anything. They finally decide between two big renovation projects, but the home inspection reveals a litany of problems that hammer their budget. With only five weeks to complete the job, Jonathan has to hustle. But when they rip out the walls, Jonathan uncovers potential danger. The renovation goes from bad to worse when every single aspect of the house seems severely damaged. Watching their dreams disintegrate, the couple struggles to keep cool while Jonathan races to finish the job on time and on budget.
Sarah & Mari
Crammed in close quarters with her sister's family, Sarah, and partner Mari, desperately need a house to raise their baby daughter. They want a spacious, open concept place in a family-friendly neighborhood. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. Sarah and Mari are excited by Jonathan's designs but a snag in the deal stresses everybody out. As they peel back the layers of the old house, Mari and Sarah wonder if they've made a mistake. Then, unforeseen issues threaten to sink the budget while another unwanted surprise jeopardizes the completion date. While managing his own stress, Jonathan must find a fun distraction for the tense couple as his team races against time to seal the deal.
Samira & Shawn
Busy medical professionals Samira and Shawn are living out of a suitcase as they hunt for the perfect house. They want a luxury pad close to Sean's office that is move-in ready. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. When unexpected issues arise, anxiety literally goes through the roof for the new owners. A startling discovery poses a health risk and adds to an already-maxed budget. When neither doctor will compromise on their preferences, arguing adds to the already tense renovation. Jonathan must contend with one time-consuming surprise after another while managing his client's growing misgivings and reining in their sky-high expensive tastes.
Angie & Tito
Angie and Tito are living in a cramped apartment full of their kid's toys. Even their car doubles as storage space. They want a large, modern house they can grow into, close to downtown, with a gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, and lots of closets. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple is leery of the state of the house despite Jonathan's assurances. Angie's worst budget fears might be realized when the city inspector throws a wrench in the works not once but twice. But it's Tito's expensive tastes and opposing design preferences that could put her anxiety over the edge. As the renovation team races to complete the job on time, the nervous couple makes an exciting new discovery that adds even more pressure to the project's successful completion.
Matt & Krysten
Matt and Krysten are trading in their condo for a large modern house where they can put down roots. Matt won't leave their pricy neighborhood, while Krysten would like to roam a little further and buy a little cheaper. But they agree on the essentials: open-concept, lots of character, and a fireplace. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. And Drew must break out his mediation skills when Matt and Krysten get into a serious disagreement. But then trouble really strikes: an early shortcut leads to many unwanted discoveries, threatening the completion date. Krysten also gets some unexpected news that has the couple second-guessing their purchase. As Jonathan navigates these obstacles, Matt wants to celebrate with a budget-blowing present. Facing one issue after another, the couple's move-in date could hit a brick wall!
James & David
James and David are desperate to escape their nightmare townhouse, the one with mountainous stairs beside a stinky sewage plant. They want way more space, natural light and high ceilings, close to downtown. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The renovation is underway and James quickly gets swinging, with a sledgehammer, on their future dream home. That is, until control freak David becomes an interior design diva and makes life difficult for Jonathan with a growing list of expensive add-ons. Living under the renovation in the basement starts to wear on the couple, but it doesn't stop David from making one more adjustment to the plan. It's up to Jonathan to find a way to get the boys out of the house and stop the renovation madness!
Parker & Francesca
Parker and Francesca live on top of each other in a tiny condo overlooking a concrete jungle. They want a roomy, open space with a chef's kitchen, a grand staircase, and a move-in date right after their wedding in Italy. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. But with a wedding two weeks away, and tons to do for the big day, the couple is under a tight timeline. When asked to make vital design decisions, Francesca balks under the pressure. At the same time, Parker gets impatient with time delaying surprises in the dining room, and puts the pressure back on Jonathan. As the couple races to the airport, Jonathan might be facing his stiffest challenge to date, and a honeymoon suite hangs in the balance.
Caitlin & Steve
Having sold their downtown condo, Caitlin and Steve are wearing out their welcome with friends in the 'burbs. They want a big, open concept, eco-home within walking distance of all amenities. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple must make tough choices right away when a higher price eats into the reno budget. Jonathan plays with luck by testing an old superstition during the demo. Plumbing issues add to Caitlin and Steve's stress as they live through the chaotic construction. But things really come to a head when Jonathan gets ready to tackle the kitchen. With time ticking away, the couple struggles to keep cool as they tackle additional obstacles and disagreements.
Kate & Dave
Young newlyweds Kate and Dave are really excited, and a bit nervous, about buying a first house together. They want a bright, airy space with parking, a modern kitchen and a bit of character. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. An unusual source warns Kate and Dave about doing renovations but, nevertheless, they get to work on renovating their new home. When Jonathan finds multiple plumbing issues, the couple's financial plan could get flushed. And as the crew works overtime, Kate and Dave's daily visits and nitpicky questions start to grate on Jonathan. If the couple isn't careful, the constant intrusions could actually move back the move-in date!
Rose and Giancarlo
After selling their condo, Rose, Giancarlo, and their daughters are camped out in her parents' tiny basement. They want a spacious, one-storey house with a gourmet kitchen close to good schools. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. Once they buy into the plan, Rose and Giancarlo start second-guessing Jonathan at every turn. Their late breaking changes cause major delays, yet impatience still gets the better of Giancarlo. And his offer to help with the wiring turns out to be no help at all.
Dumping the Duplex
Morgan and Kristin decided not to renew the contract on their rental duplex in hopes of buying their first home. On their budget, they had to choose a fixer-upper. With the help of Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan they were able to see through the dirt and grim, to a house they can make their own. It needs work, but has the character they love. As the renovations get underway, issues arise when a storm ruins some of the progress. They're counting on the Property Brothers to salvage the work and restore the character to make this fixer-upper into their dream home.
Abundance of Appliances
Dan and Brittany are ready to move from their tiny apartment into a house where they can entertain. Dan has collected loads of appliances for their house, and is ready for a house that can fit them. They need a larger home, and with it, they want more style, but on their budget that's nearly impossible. So, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan are ready to help the couple find a fixer-upper and then renovate it to become their dream house. Even though Dan's all jokes as they tour the homes, will the reality of knocking down walls and extensive renovations still have him laughing?
Under Their Own Roof
Whitney and Wyatt live with her parents, and are tired of the lack of space and the long commutes to work. They're ready to buy their first home, and know what they want, but are limited by their small budget. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan help them see how a renovation can give them their perfect home. After choosing a fixer-upper, the design plan runs into a wall causing the anxious first-time homeowners to wonder if they'll ever have a place of their own. It's up to the Property Brothers to create the couple's dream home.
Looking for Wow
Stan, Leslie and their two daughters, Stacy and Sarah each have a list of what they want in their family's home, but they all agree on one thing - they've got to get out of the condo they're living in now. They sold their house and are living there until they can find their perfect home. But with all the requirements they have, and their budget, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan have a lot of work to do. After the renovation starts they realize it's going to be harder than they thought working with handy man Stan.
Space for a Crowd
Social butterflies Kate and Cole have been renting a house for too long. They're ready to get out of the cramped space and purchase their first home. They want a house with an open floor plan so they can socialize and entertain their friends, as well as have space for their 2 dogs. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan show them fixer-uppers they know will meet their needs, but Kate and Cole are skeptical of the work and costs required to transform it into their dream home. With a difficult demolition, schedule delays and extra costs, will the Property Brothers be able to get the renovation done in time and within the budget?
Downtown Dream Home
Micah and Stephanie have been married a few years and are ready to find a home to settle into. They both work downtown, and would like to find a home nearby. They can't afford a move-in ready house, but with the help of Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan, they decide on a fixer-upper in the perfect location. Yet, after buying the old house, it seems to have more issues than they bargained for - and they start to second guess their decision. It's up to the Property Brothers to keep this renovation on track and turn this house into the downtown home of their dreams.
Picturing the Possibilites
High school sweethearts Jacob and Lana are ready to get out of their tiny one bedroom apartment and into their first home together. A move-in ready home is too expensive for their tight budget and they are skeptical about a full renovation. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan work hard to show the couple that they can turn an affordable fixer-upper into a home that they desire, but the couple still has a hard time envisioning the final results.
Newly single Amber is looking to get out of her friend's parents' house and into a space of her own. She wants something glitzy and glamorous, but doesn't have a large budget to get the ready-made place she was hoping for. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan show her afforadble homes that can be transformed into the her dream house. To help with the renovation, she enlists the help of her mom and sister. But, with unexpected costs and other issues along the way, she's counting on the Property Brothers to turn her fixer-upper into a beautiful home with the perfect amount of sparkle.
Rob, Jessica and their 5-year-old daughter, Coco, sold their home and are now living with Jessica's parents. They want a high-end home but have a low-end budget. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott work hard to find the perfect fixer-upper to renovate into the family's dream home. The low cost of the house allows for a large renovation budget, but issues along the way quickly devour the extra money and threaten their chances of getting the high-end upgrades they want. It's up to the Property Brothers to turn this house into their family dream home.
An Eclectic Vision
Olivia is ready to get out of her cramped studio apartment and purchase her first home. She wants a home that matches her eclectic style and has plenty of room for her out of town guests. Since a move-in ready home is out of her price range, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott find her a funky fixer-upper to renovate so it will reflect her style. Her last-minute requests and vintage purchases throw curveballs at the brothers, but she's relying on them to transform the house into her perfect home.
Fit for a Family
Sophie and Preston have been renting a small home but their lease is about to run out. They are ready to stop renting and purchase their first home. They want a place with plenty of storage and an open concept floorplan with room for their son Fin to play. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott have to convince the skeptical couple that they can turn a fixer-upper into their dream home. However, the budget is tight and compromises are made in order for the renovation to be completed. Will the Property Brothers make ends meet and give this couple their dream home?
Extended Family Fun
Cori, Soroosh, and their two young sons, Zaidan and Kasra are ready to escape the cramped quarters of their apartment and move into a home with a large inviting space. They want a modern place ideal for family gatherings with Soroosh's large Persian family. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott show them how they can transform an old, outdated house into the house of their dreams. The low cost of the house and large renovation has everyone excited, but the couples excitement causes Jonathan more stress than he planned for.
Active in the City
Tony and Jeanette are living in a duplex with their friends, but the tight space has them ready to leave. They want a place of their own in the city that will fit their active lifestyle. They'd love a move-in ready house, but their budget is limited. That's where Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan come in. They'll help couple find a house with the potential to become their dream home. The couple is ready to find their dream home, but will all the decisions and second-guessing get in the way of turning this house into their dream home?
Megan and Greg
After living and working abroad, Megan and hockey pro Greg are ready to settle down and start a family. They want a sunny, open space with a backyard and man cave in Greg's childhood neighborhood. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.
With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. Megan and Greg's reno anxiety is confirmed, though, when demo day uncovers unwanted visitors and shoddy structural issues. Then, their indecision over quickly needed design choices makes Jonathan nervous. A game of road hockey provides a fun distraction, but the loser must perform a tedious chore. As Jonathan races to meet the deadline, an unexpected gift throws a wrench into his schedule. And Drew resolves a dilemma for Greg just in time for the couple to make an exciting announcement.
Sandra and Kyle
Sandra and Kyle have been renting her late grandma's shabby, outdated house and it's time for something more modern. They want an open concept design with a killer kitchen, on the subway line, and a short walk from all amenities. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. This time, however, Drew's first suggestion is a real surprise. The house also holds some unwanted glitches that add time and money to the redesign. As Sandra and Kyle struggle with living above the renos, Jonathan compensates with some retail therapy. But when a planned living room feature is threatened, the couple could start to regret their decision unless Jonathan can work his usual magic in time for move-in day.
Marla and Adam
Newlyweds Marla and Adam are ready to move out of her mom's place and start their lives together as a married couple. They want a kitchen to accommodate their kosher lifestyle, extra bedrooms for visiting family, and a quick
commute to work. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. But the real challenge lies in resolving Marla and Adam's many stylistic differences. So Jonathan resorts to a unique method of building consensus, while also dealing with daily visits and constant questions from Marla. But her background in property management results in a couple of good suggestions. And the demolition uncovers a nice cost-saving surprise. But then the couple throws the kibosh on a key feature of Jonathan's design throwing a wrench in the schedule. Jonathan must figure out a way to discourage Marla's visits if he's going to get any of the finishing touches done!
Mark and Priscilla
Back home after years of exotic travel, and with a second child on the way, Mark and Priscilla are desperate to escape their cramped rental. They want a big, detached, open-concept house in a family friendly neighborhood. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. But Mark's expensive tastes result in a pricy fixer-upper. So when a slew of unexpected structural, electrical and plumbing issues surface, rising costs create major tension for the mom and dad-to-be. And setbacks to the schedule add pressure on Jonathan who has promised to deliver the reno before Priscilla delivers the baby. But his focus on essential structural solutions is diverted by Mark's premature fixation with finishes. With time quickly counting down to move-in day, Jonathan must find a way to fend off eager Mark while bringing the whole house to code!
Christine and Mathieu
Christine, Mathieu and two active kids are living in a cramped rental. With little time left on the lease, the family urgently needs to escape. They want way more space, a gourmet kitchen, stylish floors and easy access to nature trails. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. And the demolition reveals some unexpected surprises that have budget-conscious Mathieu wringing his hands. Christine adds to his worries with demands for costly upgrades to Jonathan's original plan. But the nervous couple is buoyed by the work-in-progress. That is, until some bad dreams plunge Christine into further anxiety. This leads to an unwelcome surprise visit and a less-than-welcome response from Jonathan. As the family contends with growing restlessness in a small apartment, and growing excitement over a new home, Jonathan must race against the clock to deliver on-budget, on a very tight deadline.
Kathryn and Eric
Expectant parents Kathryn and Eric are ready to trade in his downtown bachelor pad for a family-friendly house in the suburbs. They want a big bright kitchen with a formal dining space, cozy living room, and a beautiful nursery for baby. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. A smooth demolition is an initial relief for the nervous parents-to-be. But it leads to new scheduling demands from an impatient Kathryn. As Jonathan rushes to accommodate, he and the couple have some potentially costly design disagreements. But the team comes together on a fun-filled day shopping for baby furniture. Then, with time ticking, a major miscommunication seriously jeopardizes the move-in date. It's a race to the finish for Jonathan's team especially since no one wants to be late for the baby!
Danielle and Chad
Danielle and Chad, and three rambunctious young kids, are sharing a tiny bedroom in his mom's house after a stint abroad. They want a private, detached home with four bedrooms, spacious kitchen and playroom, plus a nice backyard. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. And the pressure is on from the start as the anxious family lives upstairs through the loud, dusty renovation. Structural issues could impact key design features and Danielle isn't shy about voicing her displeasure especially when it comes to the kids' playroom. But Chad's mother eases pressure on Jonathan with an unexpected solution. Meanwhile, Danielle can't resist the urge to snoop around. So even though the kids lend a helpful hand in the garden, busy Jonathan must devise an exit strategy for the family in order to bring the ambitious project in on time.
Joey and Mark
Joey and Mark and their baby daughter are desperate to escape his sister's tiny downtown basement for peace and quiet in the country. They want a big master bedroom, in-law suite, modern kitchen and bathroom, plus ample stable space for her three horses. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. Handyman Mark proves himself up to the task with a bunch of jobs well done. But Jonathan must then reluctantly return the favour in the horse stalls. Despite the extra helping hands, Joey becomes increasingly impatient. So Jonathan and Drew hightail it to the furniture store where one of the brothers decides to sit down on the job. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Jonathan discovers Mark's first misstep, and must decide whether or not to keep him on the crew as time counts down to move-in day.
Kari and Boris
Avid video gamers Boris and Kari are expecting a baby so it's time for better digs. But with their tiny condo already rented out, time is ticking. They want four bedrooms, gourmet kitchen and nursery, plus a high tech games room and space for Boris' geeky action figures. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The pressure is on, though, when a tough negotiation leaves less money for the upgrades. Kari experiences arachnophobia during the demolition, and an unexpected plumbing issue throws more money down the drain. Boris ups the budget with unplanned technical demands but must then make a difficult decision in order to pay for them. Design choices in the nursery are clearer after Kari's ultrasound, despite Jonathan's attempts to influence the baby naming. And Kari's patience wears thin when they face costly delays as Jonathan races to complete the job before the baby arrives.
Stephan and Karina
Stephan and Karina have moved 12 times in 15 years and their animated kids, Samuel and Alicia, have had enough! Tired of renting and renovations, the doting parents promise to set down roots in a super-stylish modern home. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan are forced to convince Stephan and Karina to see the potential of a fixer-upper. After the kids are bribed with sugar and the green light to design their own dream bedrooms, a massive renovation is off to the races. It's all fun and games until a major mechanical issue rips the budget apart and threatens the home's original treasures. Then Stephan and Karina brazenly override Jonathan's kitchen design sending the timeline into a tailspin. While the couple struggles to open up a new business of their own, Jonathan struggles to satisfy his clients. Young, feisty, and fiercely picky, Alicia proves to be the toughest of the bunch!
Nancy and Rhonda
Nancy and Rhonda have been dating for five years and finally it's time to shack up! They're both eager to move away from cramped city living into a serene and stylish home, but the power couple needs tons of space to make it work. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The demolition is all fun and games until Jonathan reveals some hidden problems that could catapult the budget to new and impossible heights. His problems increase when the couple constantly drops by unannounced to inspect his work and make unhelpful purchases for the house. To get everything finished on time and get them out of his way, Jonathan concocts a ploy to gain their confidence. If it works he can work in peace. If not, they will continue to snoop and drive him up the walls!
Crista and Sumit
Crista and Sumit have reached their limit and want to flee from their cramped townhouse. With four dogs and plans to have kids, it's time to settle into a large free-flowing home with all the modern fixings. But it's never that easy! The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple almost instantly regrets their decision when a string of unexpected surprises hurt the budget and threaten the timeline. But it doesn't stop Crista from insisting on a long list of new upgrades that she must have. And she grows increasingly cranky when the couple is forced to move into the construction site. Jonathan thinks he has it all under control when an 11th hour snag threatens everything!
Veronica and Andrew
Veronica and Andrew have had it with their cramped condo. With Veronica's maternity leave coming to an end, the clock is ticking to find the perfect turnkey home in which to raise their young family. But it's never that easy! The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. From the second the couple decides between two huge renovation projects, multiple disasters conspire to max out the budget and set the schedule back. Jonathan scrambles to reconfigure his designs but Andrew, happily oblivious to the details, continues to demand a top-of-the-line barbecue! Forced to live through the renovation, Veronica struggles with the pressure, and Jonathan is pushed to work miracles that even he doesn't think he can manage.
Chris & Mike
After years of sharing a tiny pool house in their parents' backyard, brothers Chris and Mike have saved up a tidy nest egg and are ready to break out on their own. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a sprawling party palace with plenty of space for their future roommates. But it will mean buying a fixer-upper and giving it an overhaul. Drew takes charge of the house hunt, but the brothers are in for a real estate roller coaster. Later, it's up to Jonathan to create the ultimate bachelor pad. But an ever-growing wish list, a host of structural surprises, and a waning budget put him to the test.
Maria & Dave
After six months of hotel living with their dog and two sons, Maria and stay-at-home dad Dave are feeling the squeeze. Fed up with their cramped quarters, they're finally ready to find a sprawling suburban home of their own. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a great property in a solid school district, but explain the only way to get everything on their wish list will be to renovate a fixer-upper. Maria soon finds herself balancing location with a longer commute. And after the couple seals the deal with their lowball approach, there's no turning back. The demolition reveals a potentially costly setback. And when it comes to the final unveiling, the Property Brothers literally make a splash.
Franklin & Heather
Tired of living in their cramped condo, Franklin and Heather are hoping to find a sprawling move-in ready home where they can entertain in style. The only problem is their wish list is way out of step with their budget, and they don't want to compromise on anything. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with the perfect property. That is, as soon as they've convinced the couple to purchase and renovate a hardcore fixer upper. A rocky home inspection throws a wrench into the works. And once demolition begins, a host of serious issues threaten to fray nerves and completely derail the project.
Melissa & Joe
With their two small children, Melissa and Joe outgrew the family home, so they sold the property and moved in with her parents. But now they're even more cramped for space than before, and it's high time they found their forever home. Drew and Jonathan promise to deliver a perfect property in record time. But the only way to satisfy the couple's wish list is to buy a fixer-upper in their preferred neighborhood and customize it to their specifications. It's Drew's job to find a property with lots of potential. And then it's up to Jonathan to deliver an awesome guest suite and home theater where the family can entertain and unwind in style. Along the way, Jonathan and the couple don wetsuits to test showerheads at the showroom, and an unexpected repair hits the budget hard.
Edith & Fred
Since their last real estate deal fell through, Edith and Fred have been living with their son, and it's high time to move on. The couple has big dreams for their next home, and they're determined to find a resort-style oasis where they can live large and entertain family and friends in style. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with an irresistible staycation party home, but the only way to satisfy the couple's over-the-top wish list on their limited budget is to renovate a fixer-upper. Drew makes things tricky by giving the couple two potentially perfect homes to choose from. And once they've sealed the deal on a huge property, it's up to Jonathan to transform the tired pool and pool house into the ultimate palm-tree lined resort complete with a home theater and games room.
Stephanie & David
Done living in his parents' cramped basement, newlyweds Stephanie and David are on the hunt for their forever home. They know exactly what they want, but unfortunately their long wish list is completely out of step with their budget. Jonathan and Drew convince the couple to customize a fixer-upper into a move-in ready dream home. But narrowing down the potential options proves challenging. Once demolition begins on a home with great bones, Jonathan uncovers a host of potentially nasty surprises that could end up costing big money. Meanwhile, Stephanie and David reveal a surprise of their own that has Jonathan scrambling to finish the project on time.
Sandy & Susy
With an empty nest and a new lease on life, Sandy is looking to live it up in an urban pad of her own. And she's enlisted her identical twin sister and best friend Susy to help her find the perfect downtown property. Adding even more twin power to the real estate mix, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan promise to find Sandy her dream home. But that will mean buying a fixer-upper and customizing it to fit her exhaustive wish list. Drew takes charge of the house hunt. But when Sandy finally falls for a home with great bones, an unwelcome surprise threatens to derail the entire deal.
Aven & Phillip
Engaged and taking on a host of major challenges, Aven and Phillip are ready to put down roots after recently relocating to his hometown. And in addition to planning their wedding and starting a new business, they're hoping to find a dog-friendly dream home so they can finally move out of their temporary hotel digs. Jonathan and Drew step in to make the couple's real estate dreams come true. And it starts with a reality check. Aven admits she's scared to death of renovations. But since the couple's budget doesn't measure up to their wish list, the brothers convince them to take the plunge with a fixer-upper with lots of potential.
Beatriz and Brandon
With busy careers and an active lifestyle, Beatriz and Brandon have outgrown their cramped condo. But they're ready to give up on their frustrating house hunt, too. Because after nine months and a series of unsuccessful offers, they just can't seem to seal the deal. Drew and Jonathan are confident they can turn things around. And they start by convincing the couple to invest in a fixer-upper that can be perfectly renovated to their specifications. Beatriz falls head over heels for the first property they visit. But the road to home ownership is paved with unexpected twists and turns, including a crash course in foreclosure negotiations and some foundation-shaking news.
Luca, Anne & Barbara
Ready to take their relationship to the next level, Anne and Luca are looking for a budget dream home in the city. And while they agree on steering clear of the suburbs, their styles are miles apart. Drew and Jonathan are determined to find a property that satisfies both Anne's traditional taste and Luca's modern flair. But getting them on the same page proves challenging. When they finally find a property they can both live with, a hardball tactic threatens to derail the deal. Later, what seemed like a straightforward renovation job is anything but. And beyond tackling a slew of last-minute design changes, Jonathan's main challenge is installing materials that are nowhere to be found.
Nicole & Colby
Married and eager to start a family, Nicole and Colby are hoping to find a picture-perfect dog-friendly home where they can put down roots. And in the meantime, they're squatting at a friend's place increasingly concerned they may never find a property of their own. In order to get the couple into their preferred neighborhood, Drew and Jonathan start by convincing them to buy and renovate a fixer-upper. Even with expert guidance, the house hunt takes longer than expected, and Nicole is determined to hold out for a home that feels loved. Later, Jonathan must deal with a laundry list of nasty surprises, and a collapsing ceiling is just the beginning.
Nadine & Greg
With busy careers, three kids and another one on the way, Nadine and Greg have a hectic schedule. And now that he's battling cancer, they're more focused on family than ever before. They've outgrown their current nest and their top priority is to move to a more spacious property closer to their loved ones. Drew and Jonathan promise to transform a fixer-upper into the home of their dreams. Nadine is initially concerned about undertaking a major renovation project given her pregnancy and Greg's health concerns. But he's raring to go and plays hardball with the bank. A major risk ends up paying off for the couple, and then it's up to Jonathan to tackle a major overhaul and get creative with his design plan when a laundry list of surprises seriously derails the budget.
Dionna & Natasha
A full-time teacher, student, and single mom, Dionna dreams of providing the best home possible for her young son. They've definitely outgrown her tiny apartment. And now with her stylish best friend along for the ride, Dionna is determined to track down a budget-friendly dream home that's fit for a queen and her prince. Drew and Jonathan's first order of business is to reconcile Dionna's blinged-out wish list with her modest budget, but she's not quite ready to give up on her big dreams. A looted luxury home catches her eye, but the property comes with a roller coaster ride of surprises. And once Jonathan gets started on a major makeover, he's got to hustle to keep the project on time and on budget.
A Suburban Home All On Their Own
Soon-to-be-weds Belinda and Tiago are determined to move out of their respective parents' homes. And the sooner they find a suburban dream property of their own, the sooner they'll be able to start their lives together in private. When they finally accept that move-in ready luxury is out of their reach, the Property Brothers convince them that a fixer-upper is the way to go. The couple agrees, but only if their families can actively participate in the reno. Drew eventually leads Belinda and Tiago to a tough decision, and then has serious misgivings about their lowball strategy. Later, Jonathan uncovers a costly issue with the sub-floor. And while a family effort gives a big boost to the budget, Jonathan gets more input than he bargained for.
Keeping it in the Family is Tough Competition
Newlywed power-couple Amy and Graham are eager to ditch their basement digs at her mother's place for a luxurious home of their own. But their busy schedules mean they have no time for a house hunt. That's where power bros Drew and Jonathan take over. The good news for Jonathan is that Amy and Graham see eye-to-eye on interior design, but then he literally hits a brick wall during the kitchen demo. As for Drew, the bad news is that Graham only wants a home in the neighborhood he grew up ina sought-after enclave where competition is tough and every house sells for more than asking price.
Single in the City and Looking for A Deluxe Pad
Tired of couch surfing and ready for a home of her own, urban singleton Catherine is desperate to find a deluxe bachelorette pad. And while she's got sky-high expectations and is notoriously indecisive, her best friend Viviane has promised to keep her on track and make sure she gets the most bling for her budget.
Squashing Sibling Rivalry by Going From Cramped to Spacious
After being apart for a decade, competitive twins Krista and Jennifer are sharing a cramped condo, and it's slowly driving them crazy. Desperate for more space and eager to put down roots in a new neighborhood, they're pooling their resources and hoping to find a stylish downtown pad where they can entertain in style. When they realize their wish list is way out of step with their budget, Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew convince the renovation-phobic sisters to take a calculated risk on a fixer-upper. Drew lines up a slew of tired homes with great bones, but getting Krista and Jennifer to see their potential proves challenging. Later, apart from uncovering a series of costly surprises, Jonathan's major challenge during the reno is getting the sisters to agree on anything.
Escaping the In-Laws for a Family Functional Home
For three years now, David, Isabella, and their two small children have been living with grandma and grandpa. The couple desperately wants to move before they overstay their welcome. But so far, their house-hunt has been lackluster and both agree they're difficult to please. Drew and Jonathan vow to get the family into a space of their own. But it soon becomes clear that the only way to satisfy their exhaustive wish list is to transform a fixer-upper into the home of their dreams. The risk-averse couple reluctantly agrees to the gamble, but getting them to appreciate ramshackle diamonds in the rough proves tricky. Later, the home they eventually buy puts the squeeze on Jonathan in more ways than one, and the pressure is on to create picture-perfect interiors, including fantasy-themed bedrooms for the kids.
Chic and Modern Home to Entertain in Style
After raising their kids, Glenda and Dave moved to the country, but soon realized they'd made a big mistake. They've since sold the house and moved back to the city. And while they're currently in a less-than-desirable rental property, they're looking to buy a chic and modern downtown home where they can entertain in style. With a history of renovation nightmares behind them, Glenda is particularly resistant to the idea of transforming a fixer-upper. But Jonathan guarantees he'll take care of everything. And along with Drew's shrewd real estate advice, promises to deliver a dazzling and glamorous property on time and under budget.
Meeting in the Middle for the Perfect Property
Desperate to be closer to friends and family, new parents Andrew and Sarah just moved back to the city. But their basement digs at Grandma's are seriously cramping their style. And while they're eager to find a perfect home of their own, they're miles apart when it comes to style. With the renovation-phobic couple's dream home well beyond reach, the Property Brothers step in with a plan. And it all starts with tracking down a dog-friendly fixer-upper with forever-home potential. After an exhaustive search, everyone agrees the couple has found a steal. That is, until Sarah and Andrew begin facing a jaw-dropping laundry list of hidden expenses. And with their renovation budget dwindling, Jonathan is more determined than ever to transform the property into an eclectic home they'll both love.
Room to Grow in Time for a Surprise Delivery
Expecting their first child within months and fed up with squeezing into their urban condo, Derek and Jennifer are facing a serious time crunch in their search for a sprawling home in a family-friendly lakeside community. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a great property where they can put down roots. Sold on the brothers' fixer-upper strategy from the start, the couple immediately dives into an ambitious house hunt. But getting them to see the potential of ramshackle real estate proves tricky. Faced with the potential for multiple offers, Drew comes up with a heartfelt plea to win over the seller. Later, Jonathan is hit with a long list of setbacks that threaten to derail the budget and the design plan, and then a surprise delivery changes everything.
Wish List and Budget are Out of Sync
After years of hard-core studying and dorm-size apartments, nurse Shannon and doctor Darl are ready for their real estate graduation. And since they're now expecting their first child, they've got mere months to get out of their cramped basement digs and into a move-in ready space where they can put down roots, raise a family, and entertain in style. With the couple's wish list completely out of sync with their budget, it's up to the Property Brothers to convince them that an urban fixer-upper is the only way to go. Since they're seriously worried about adding a massive renovation to their already hectic lifestyle, Jonathan assures Shannon and Darl he'll take care of all the details and the stress. But with an ever-growing list of delays, nasty surprises, and major cost overruns, that's easier said than done.
She Wants a Fully-Loaded Suburban Home
Tired of crashing on her best friend's couch, biker chick bombshell Nancy is hoping to score a suburban pad of her own, complete with a feminine-industrial flair that reflects her personality, and a two-car chick-cave for her beloved motorbike. Drew and Jonathan are determined to find her exactly what she's looking for. But with a long list of must-haves, Nancy's house hunt begins with a reality check. In order to find a budget-friendly home with all the bells and whistles, she's soon convinced that a fixer-upper is the only way to go. With Drew leading the way, Nancy plays hardball from the start. Later, Jonathan uncovers several costly repairs and with his design plan in jeopardy, goes back to the drawing board.
An Urban Dream Home for Their Happily Ever After.
Samantha and Yaron recently orchestrated their dream wedding, and now they're on the hunt for an urban dream home to match. For the moment, the couple's compact downtown condo is cramping their style, and these newlyweds are eager to find a quiet and sophisticated property where they can start a family. With the couple's long list of luxurious must-haves, Jonathan and Drew kick things off with a reality check. While at first reluctant to undertake any renovations at all, Samantha and Yaron soon find themselves with a major rebuild on their hands. During demolition, the walls reveal a major hazard, but a discovery in the ceiling actually ends up saving them money. Meanwhile, it's up to Jonathan to capture the couple's modern sensibility and finish the ambitious project on time and on budget.
Promise of a Downtown Dream Home
With a baby on the way, Christine and Thomas are ready to settle down. Thomas has promised to find Christine her downtown dream home before their baby arrives. But until he does, they're crashing at a friend's place and time is running out. Jonathan and Drew step in to ensure that Thomas lives up to his lofty promise. But the search for a move-in ready property starts with a wake-up call. With the couple's wish list way out of step with their budget, the brothers convince them that a fixer-upper is the only way to go. Getting Christine to recognize a diamond in the rough proves tricky for Drew. Later, with mounting costs for a major makeover, Jonathan looks for ways to save money while still delivering French-inspired interiors with a modern flair.
Taking a Gamble on a Fixer-Upper
New parents Chase and Jessica are all about family, but after crashing at Grandma's place for the past four months, they're eager to find a city dream home where they can put down roots and entertain in style. The Property Brothers step in with a solution that will match the couple's budget with their luxurious wish list, but it will mean tackling the major renovation project they were hoping to avoid. Drew goes to bat to land an underpriced home at fair market value. Later, Jonathan's budget takes a hit from the start. And as the walls come down, the hidden costs just keep adding up.
Downtown Dreaming, Suburban Reality
When they found out they were expecting, new parents Diana and John sold their downtown condo to buy a spacious suburban home instead. But that was a year ago, and since their house hunt went nowhere, they're now living with the in-laws and desperate for a home of their own. Drew and Jonathan step in to help, but the couple has conflicting ideas about what they want and Diana says she isn't prepared to compromise on anything. A real estate reality check quickly readjusts their priorities and the search is on for a fixer-upper with forever-home potential. First, a bidding war heats things up. And once the deal is sealed and demolition begins, Jonathan is confronted with a series of structural issues that are bad news for the couple's confidence and their bottom line.
Room to Roam in Their Dream Home
Carlie and Drum are ready to expand their family, but their tiny urban condo is holding them back. They're hoping to find a spacious suburban home with lots of room to roam, but their sky-high expectations are completely out of step with their budget. Jonathan and Drew convince the couple that renovating a fixer-upper is the only way to go, but once they seal the deal on a property with loads of dream home potential, they suddenly find themselves in a vortex of nasty surprises and escalating costs. With structural issues and a leaky roof, the news is as bad as it gets. And with the budget spiraling out of control, Jonathan is under tremendous pressure to come up with creative solutions to reveal the silver lining.
New Parents Go Big With a Blinged-Out Pad
With a busy schedule and crazy commute, new parents Katie and Justin spend weekends in their downtown home and crash at his parents' place during the week. But their nomadic lifestyle is driving them crazy and they're looking for a blinged-out suburban pad where they can put down roots. The Property Brothers step in with a plan, but it's Justin himself who comes up with a rare opportunity. One of his landscaping clients is listing their house and is offering to sell it privately before it hits the market. The personal relationship could make things tricky and Drew steps in to negotiate. Later, Jonathan uncovers a host of dangerous and costly issues during demolition, but there's a silver lining when the revised design plan reveals a dazzling new feature.
Desperate to Settle Into a Place of Their Own
When their lease was up, parents-to-be Marc and Ashleigh had to flee their tiny apartment. So now they're living with his parents where they face a daunting daily commute and the risk of getting stuck in real estate limbo. Enter Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott. They're determined to get Marc and Ashleigh into a sprawling home of their own before the baby arrives. For Drew, that means a high-stakes house hunt that becomes more stressful than anyone ever anticipated. Later, Jonathan promises to work his magic on some seriously dated disco interiors. But as the walls come down a long list of problems begins to emerge, and every nasty surprise has a catastrophic impact on the budget and the design plan.
New Beginnings and a Forever Home for a Single Mom
Devoted single mom Anna has had a tough year, but she always looks on the bright side. And though she's grateful to be living with family for now, she's ready to invest everything she's got in a forever dream home of her own. Jonathan and Drew are determined to help, and though Anna is at first reluctant to take on a renovation project, the Property Brothers promise to deliver a custom property tailored to her family's needs. Anna falls for a fixer-upper with great potential, but the home's checkered past raises major concerns. Later, in order to save his design plan, Jonathan steps in to toilet train the family puppy and, with cost overruns and a laundry list of issues, Anna feels like the project is coming off the rails.
Big Decisions for the Perfect Property
Fed up with compact condo living and eager to start a family, Angela and Ro are looking for a spacious property in a great neighborhood. And though their wish list is well beyond their budget, they're not yet ready to compromise. A dose of sticker shock proves an effective wake-up call and the search is on for a fixer-upper with great bones. When Angela and Ro set their sites on a foreclosed property, it's up to Drew to lead them through a tricky online auction. Later, Jonathan has his hands full with a mega-renovation of a once abandoned home. With extensive damage and the potential for costly surprises, he proceeds with caution. But while Jonathan looks for ways to save money, the couple insists on a major change that has the budget spiraling out of control.
Hoping to Get Lucky with a Fixer-Upper
Darren and Tory love the city, but with a dog and two kids, they're tired of squeezing into a tiny urban apartment. The couple is desperate to find a spacious family property in the suburbs. And with their lease quickly coming to an end, they need to find it before they get the boot. Drew and Jonathan step in with a real estate rescue operation and step number one is right-sizing the couple's expectations. With the renovation-shy couple on board, the search is on for a fixer upper with tons of potential. Though Drew warns against it, a low-ball offer lands the couple in hot water. Later, it's up to Jonathan to pick up the pace as structural issues, rising costs, and a surprise sprinkler system install leave him scrambling to complete the massive project before their deadline.
Independent and Ambitious
Tired of living in a cramped rental apartment, hardworking attorney Gina is ready for a swanky home where she can entertain in style. But finding a turnkey property in her ideal neighborhood is beyond her budget and that means something's got to give. Enter the Property Brothers. Drew vows to find Gina a fixer-upper with lots of potential and Jonathan promises that his jaw-dropping renovation will reflect her sparkly personality. The house hunt hits an unexpected roadblock at the bank. And later, bad news about structural issues, water damage, and mounting costs threaten to derail the budget and the bling-factor.
Ready to Fall in Love for a Home of Their Own
After tying the knot, newlyweds Kristen and Ben moved in with her parents. And though they're eager to find a home of their own, their house hunt has been more frustrating than expected. They've made half a dozen offers so far, but every time they try to close a deal they lose out to the highest bidder. Jonathan and Drew step in with some much-needed real estate guidance and it starts with an unexpected course correction. With a turnkey property out of reach, the search is on for a fixer-upper with great bones, but a bidding war soon threatens to derail the couple's plansagain. Later, Jonathan uncovers a series of nasty surprises and then vows to turn Ben into the ultimate handyman.
From Basement Blues to Property Perfection
After 10 months of camping out in her parents' basement, Julie, Adam, and their two little ones are ready to find a home of their own. They'd like to stay close to family, but finding a move-in ready property in the expensive neighborhood is proving tougher than they'd imagined. After navigating two renovations on their own, the couple is reluctant to take on a fixer-upper. And that's when the Property Brothers step in with a plan. First, it's up to Drew to negotiate a deal on a family property with great bones and then it's up to Jonathan to put the reno-phobic couple at ease. Demolition therapy proves to be a great stress reliever for everyone, but once the walls come down a torrential downpour reveals a laundry list of costly repairs.
Competitive Couple is Challenged with a Reno
Gabby and Jim are ready to trade their cramped big city apartment for a family-friendly home in the suburbs. And the couple desperately needs the Property Brothers to find them the perfect place to call home. At first, Gabby and Jim find themselves in pole position for an unlisted fixer-upper with dream home potential, but then it's up to Drew to navigate their wild ride through a surprise bidding war. Later, preserving a home's historic charm takes extra-special care and turns up some big issues along the way. Prankster Jonathan gets a surprise of his own from the competitive new homeowners and then puts his Midas touch on a blinged-out powder room.
Particularly Particular With Their Wish List
High school sweethearts Craig and Laurel quickly sold their previous property and are now living with his Mom until they find their ultimate dream home. But that may take a while since the couple has sky-high expectations and isn't prepared to compromise. Drew and Jonathan stage a real estate intervention and convince the renovation-phobic couple to take a calculated risk. Drew finds a rare gem in a sought-after neighborhood and leverages a troubling home inspection at the negotiating table. Later, while Jonathan tackles an ambitious reno and uncovers a whack of problems in the process, his biggest challenge is satisfying his hard-to-please clients.
More Time for Family
When their home sold more quickly than anticipated, Tom, Bridget and their two boys moved in with friends. So now they're more desperate than ever to find a new family pad. And that's where the Property Brothers step in to turn things around. With their pricey target neighborhood already at the top of their budget, Drew and Jonathan convince Tom and Bridget that a fixer-upper is the only way to go. It's up to Drew to track down a great property that will also cut down on the family's daily commute. Later, Jonathan has a mega project on his hands, and admits that delivering a brand new home in just seven weeks is mildly terrifying.
Ready to Spend it All on a Perfect Home
The busy parents of two energetic boys, Michelle and Tom are paying a fortune for a temporary rental and need to find their forever home fast. But their taste for luxury means their dream property is way out of reach and their house hunt could take a while. That's when the Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention. Michelle is already on board with transforming a fixer upper, but Tom proves harder to convince. Drew leads the search for a property with great bones and the resulting negotiations are tempered by a touching gesture from Michelle. Later, Jonathan uncovers a major issue and has to dig deep to rescue Tom's deluxe mancave. And though Jonathan tries to get the runaway budget back on track, the couple isn't willing to budge on their luxurious upgrade.
Relocation Woes into Dream Home Joy
Along with their two teenage daughters, Kevin and Suzanne are in the midst of some major life changes. An unexpected relocation means they've had to say goodbye to their beloved home and community. And now they're looking for a new dream home where they can put down roots. The Property Brothers take the family under their wing and promise to transform a fixer-upper into a showstopper. During the house hunt, Drew leverages the results of a home inspection, but the savings are quickly reinvested in a faulty subfloor. Meanwhile, Jonathan's main challenge is nailing the couple's rustic-meets-modern esthetic. And when it's time for the big reveal it's the couple's teenage daughters who steal the show with their artistic flair.
Chasing the Suburban Dream Home
Urbanites Sukhvir and Beeban have decided that condo living is cramping their style so they're heading to the suburbs where they can spread out and raise a family. The only problem is that with sky-high expectations and a long wish list, they're about to get a reality check. To right size the couple's demands, Drew and Jonathan step in with some real estate therapy. And before long, the search is on for a fixer-upper with a handsome frame. A surprise bid on a listing they love means Sukhvir and Beeban soon find themselves back at square one. Later, it's up to Jonathan to make the most of a shrunken reno budget and that means finding creative ways of saving money.
Taking the Renovation Leap
Pema and John's downtown condo was plenty big when it was just the two of them. But with two dogs and a baby, it's now pure chaos, and they're desperate for a spacious family property with a large backyard and plenty of room to grow. Drew and Jonathan step in with a plan, and their first job is shaking Pema's fear of renovations. At the negotiating table, the couple's low-ball approach threatens to derail the project before it's begun. Later, when the walls come down, the problems pile up as Jonathan uncovers a series of worst-case scenarios.
Brothers Helping Brothers
Brothers Scott and Trevor have been feeling the squeeze in their claustrophobic condo. And now thanks to financial help from their grandparents, they're pooling their resources and looking for an all-in-one investment and living solution. Determined to keep sibling rivalry to a minimum, Drew and Jonathan step in with a plan. First, Drew leads the charge for a dog-friendly property and then leverages key information at the negotiating table. Later, when the demolition uncovers expensive problems, the entire family pitches in to save money. Jonathan comes up with a solution for a dated ceiling, and then scrambles with a major last-minute change.
Not Ready for the Suburbs
Lexa and Pete's condo sold much faster than expected, and they've been crashing at her brother's place ever since. The couple is eager to buy a new home ASAP, but while she longs to settle in the suburbs, he's a city boy at heart and wants to move back downtown. Drew and Jonathan convince the couple that a fixer-upper is the way to go, but that still leaves Lexa and Pete with a major decision on their hands. During demolition, the couple's budget takes a beating as Jonathan uncovers a long list of costly issues. Meanwhile, Lexa's busy travel schedule means letting go of the reins, and furniture shopping proves daunting for an ever-optimistic Pete.
Putting the 'Om' in Home
As busy entrepreneurs and parents of teenagers, Michelle and Michael don't have time to search for a new home. But they've outgrown their awkward townhouse and it's time for a change. With Michael focused on the family's new pizzeria, it's the couple's 16-year-old daughter Felicia who joins forces with Mom to find and renovate the perfect family home. First, Drew leads them on an ambitious house hunt and then gives critical advice when a bidding war erupts over a deal that's too good to be true. Later, Jonathan is on track to deliver everything on their wish list. That is, until his clients slash the budget just weeks before the big reveal.
Charming Fixer-Upper with Unexpected Issues
A chemical engineer with a jet-set lifestyle, Karima has been workingand livingall over the world. But after six years as a nomad, it's time to reconnect with family and friends so now she's looking for a deluxe urban home of her own. With his client asking a lot from her modest budget, it's up to Drew to find a well-priced diamond in the rough. Later, the renovations on a ramshackle Victorian are plagued by a series of break-ins that shake Karima's confidence. Meanwhile, it's up to Jonathan to rejig the design as a pileup of costly surprises threatens to derail the project altogether.
Dream City, Dream Job, Dream Home
After years of living out of a suitcase, it's time for globetrotting Aussies Levi and Alysha to put down roots. And since they've already landed dream jobs in their dream city, the only thing left on their list is a dream home. With the couple more focused on lifestyle than size, Drew leads the hunt for a dog friendly home in a trendy urban neighborhood where compromise is key. Later, Jonathan comes up with an optical illusion to compensate for saggy walls in the kitchen, and the vintage charm of a century home reveals its dark side with a shocking surprise that threatens to bust the budget wide open.
Ready for Home Sweet Home
Since relocating for his dream job, Jaeme, Bliss and their two little ones have been crashing with friends in the city. They need to find their own home fast, but the odds are stacked against them. Their wish list is too long, and for a homesick Bliss, the family's dream home is the one they left behind. Drew's advice with a tricky estate sale proves critical, and it's up to Jonathan to transform a dusty home into a midcentury modern gem. Unfortunately, Bliss' exacting standards have Jonathan seriously concerned about the big reveal.
Bachelor Pad Condo to Family-Friendly Home
Tired of squeezing into his bachelor pad condo and ready to move to the suburbs, Erin and Adam are searching for the perfect family-friendly home. But while they've got a healthy budget and a very clear wish list, these indecisive newlyweds can't seem to make up their minds. The couple's house hunt proves to be an uphill battle from the start as Adam's lowball approach leads to a series of rejections. That is, until a patient straight-talking Drew intervenes. At the negotiating table, Erin makes a snap decision that could come back to haunt them. During the demo, Adam's 91-year-old grandpa pitches in. Later, Jonathan breezes through a disaster-free renovation though he finds himself juggling last-minute changes and serious indecision.
Spending, Add-Ons and a Property That Fits the Bill
Sarah and Kevin spent years renovating their tiny home, but with a baby boy and changing priorities, they're desperate for a sprawling suburban home with all the bells and whistles. Drew and Jonathan vow to find them a stylish midcentury-inspired property that fits the bill, but the only way the couple will agree to renovate is if Drew grabs a tool belt and pitches in. Multiple offers threaten to complicate their exhausting house hunt, and a tricky demolition challenge finds Drew running the streets in his boxers. Meanwhile, Jonathan struggles to keep up with ongoing design changes as Sarah's spending threatens to derail the budget.
Perfect Pair Ready for a Perfect Pad
Ambitious newlyweds Michelle and Jon are determined to move out of his parents' basement and into a forever home of their own. But even with an ample budget, their real estate dreams are out of step with the market. That is, until Jonathan and Drew step in with a wakeup call and a custom solution guaranteed to satisfy these two perfectionists. Drew soon learns the downside to showing Michelle a house with everything she wants, because now she wants everything. Later, Jonathan leads the search for a time capsule that's rumored to be hidden in the couple's new home, and then comes up with creative way to keep them from draining the budget.
Navigating Rough Waters for a Picture Perfect Property
Tyler and Lindsay love their waterfront lifestyle, but their tiny condo is giving them the squeeze. They desperately need a family home where they can put down roots, but finding a property in their exclusive neighborhood will mean compromising on their wish list. Jonathan and Drew step in with a solution, and Drew leads the search for a fixer-upper with lots of charm. Determined to secure 'the one,' Lindsay reaches out to make a personal connection with the seller. Meanwhile, it's all hands on deck for an ambitious reno, especially when costly surprises in the kitchen and basement have Jonathan scrambling for ways to save money.
Searching for Glitz and Glam
Busy parents Dorothy and John have been crashing in his parents' basement, and with baby number two on the way, they're desperate to find a home of their own. Drew leads the couple to a property with great bones and makes the best of a rare opportunity. Meanwhile, Jonathan works his magic while tackling the couple's conflicting tastes. As the walls come down, the problems pile up, and even though their budget is under siege, the couple earns Jonathan's respect as two of the most optimistic people he's ever met.
Monique and coach Carl have been house hunting for five long years, but he's fixated on a move-in ready mansion and they're running out of time. Taking his turn as coach, Drew challenges the couple to make a decision after just one day of showings, and then it's up to Jonathan to tackle the ambitious renovation. Demolition day turns into a competition as the brothers lead rival teams to dusty glory, but there's nothing funny about a flooded basement and a massive pile-up of costly fixes. Jonathan tries to get the budget back on track, but Carl makes it clear that there are some must-haves he won't sacrifice.
Collaboration and Teamwork
Kevin and Shirley are stuck in rental limbo after selling their house much faster than they had anticipated. The Property Brothers are there to help them find a home that will cut down their commute time so they can spend more time with their daughters and customize it to perfectly fit their needs. They think they've found the place, but with renovations eating up the budget, will these busy parents end up with the dream home they're wanting for their family?
Character and Closed Concept
Barbra and Greg are ready to set down some family roots in a home of their own after living in five rentals over four years. Jonathan and Drew help this busy family find a live-work property in a neighborhood they've been eyeing and customize it to meet the family's needs, but renovations unearth a triple threat of deadly issues in the kitchen. Despite the issues, the Property Brothers are determined to take care of this family and come through with a special surprise.
Debra and Dan are squeezed into a tiny urban condo with their three small children and have dreams of staying in the heart of the city. The Property Brothers are leading the charge to help this family find a fixer-upper to transform. Once Drew finds them an older home, Jonathan sets out to turn it into a sleek, modern space with vaulted ceilings and modern finishes. Will Jonathan and Drew be able to manage this design-savvy family's rising expectations?
Delivering a Dream Home Just in Time
With three kids and another's due date fast approaching, Dave and Lizzy are desperate to get out of their rental and into the home of their dreams. Jonathan and Drew step in with a real estate intervention that starts with a targeted house hunt and the couple compromising on style. During demolition, Jonathan uncovers a laundry list of small issues but is determined to give the kids everything on their wish lists, while hardworking Lizzy steps in with an innovative solution for a pricey fix and Dave works on a surprise for her. Will they have their dream home before Lizzy's due date?
Condo to Countryside
Tennis pros Jessica and Nathan have been living the cramped condo lifestyle for way too long and they're desperate to find a sprawling home in the country where they can put down roots and entertain family in style. Drew jumpstarts their new life by finding a perfect suburban home with everything on their wish list, but as the walls come down, Jonathan and his shell-shocked clients are faced with massive repairs from the foundation to the roof. Somehow Jessica and Nathan manage to take it all in stride as Jonathan vows to work his contractor magic.
Unexpected Dream Home
Juggling after-school activities and busy careers, Mark and Eugenie haven't had much time for house hunting. And while the couple has a luxurious list of must-haves, Drew and Jonathan warn they'll need to compromise if they want to box up their rental situation for good. Encouraging the couple to keep an open mind, Drew comes up with a creative range of options including a sprawling showstopper that might just deliver everything on their wish list. During demolition, the added repairs add up faster than anyone expected. Jonathan comes up with a germophobe-friendly solution for the massive fireplace. But even with the budget stretched to the max, the couple rejects nearly every one of his money-saving suggestions.
Century Home Showstopper
Sandi and Phil have lived in their park-filled waterfront neighborhood for years. But with the arrival of their baby boy, they've suddenly outgrown their one-room, loft-style apartment and are searching for an allergy-free forever home where they can put down roots. The Property Brothers step in with a plan to maximize the couple's nest egg, but winning Sandi's trust is job number one. Drew leads them to a house with great bones and successfully leverages the results of a home inspection at the negotiating table. Meanwhile, Jonathan is determined to transform a sagging century home into a showpiece, but from the basement to the roof, he uncovers every imaginable setback along the way.
Fixer-upper For Dog Lovers
Leslie and Tim have been living with her parents since they sold their condo, and while they agree it's time to move, she prefers the city while he wants to live in the suburbs. Jonathan and Drew step in to find a dog-friendly fixer-upper with potential to be a forever home, but their first job is getting Leslie and Tim to agree on location. The couple follows Drew's advice and scores a hot property in a competitive market, but Jonathan faces a basement flood while coming up with a contemporary design that will earn Mom's seal of approval.
Kyle and Jackie have a healthy budget for a home of their own, but they've set their sights on one of the city's priciest neighborhoods. Their demanding jobs and lifestyle leave no time for renovations, so the Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention. Drew teaches them how to succeed in a competitive market, and later, Jonathan pulls off a minor miracle to deliver an out-of-stock flooring option while his clients overthink his rustic-modern design.
Modern Masterpiece for Two
Engaged and homeless, Andrew and Phil are couch-surfing their way around the city while dreaming of a sprawling downtown home of their own. Phil is hands-on, and Andrew has an eye for design, and together with the Property Brothers, they're determined to transform a dog-friendly fixer-upper with dream home potential. Drew presents a lowball offer that leads to a surprising outcome, and Jonathan tackles a total gut job. The result is a blank slate for Andrew's modernist vision, but Phil has three veto votes to ensure the result is fit for two.
Hunting for The One
A couple with a baby on the way searches for the perfect suburban home close to their family. The Property Brothers step in with a custom solution but since the couple's target area is only a few blocks wide, the hunt for a fixer-upper proves particularly tricky. Once they find "the one," it's up to Jonathan to transform the dated canvas into a midcentury modern masterpiece.
Building a Solid Foundation
The Property Brothers attempt to combine a couple's different wish lists in order to help them put down roots in Nashville, but the house hunt hits a snag with a substantial mark-up of a century-old contender. With the budget stretched to the max, Jonathan must walk a tightrope to avoid any unanticipated costs.
Big City Move
A busy woman packs up her frantic life and moves to Nashville to begin living the life of her dreams. Drew helps her find a cozy, eclectic pad in an up-and-coming neighborhood that's big enough for a new dog and visitors from back home. Jonathan works with her imaginative boho-chic style, but struggles to keep the renovation on track after unexpected repairs start piling up.
After living in a rental property for three years, a family realizes they've outgrown their home and is ready to find a permanent place in their exclusive lakefront community. Drew and Jonathan take charge trying to find a home in the immediate neighborhood and quickly run into unforeseen obstacles. While the family's taste for equestrian chic proves expensive, the project is completed after a surprise contribution comes in from an unexpected source.
A couple tries to move closer to family and friends to cut back on their morning commute. While they agree a move is necessary, they're miles apart when it comes to design. The Property Brothers step in to find them the perfect suburban home but immediately run into potentially serious issues. Once they settle on a home and the walls come down, Jonathan finds himself fighting to keep the budget under control. After he gets the project back on track, a snag at city hall comes up that may bring all their hard work to a screeching halt.
Craving More Space for the Family
Jonathan and Drew accelerate the house hunt for a close-knit but cramped family of four. Jonathan is determined to deliver a family-friendly space for entertaining, but his budget goes out the window after the design-challenged homeowner goes rogue.
Frustrated by their urban house hunt, a couple agrees to a radically different approach as Jonathan and Drew take them on a tour of an amazing rural community. They are soon sold on the long list of perks, and it's up to Jonathan to come up with an open-concept design that dovetails with his clients' lifestyle.
Honeymooning and House Hunting
Newlyweds with two dogs and a mile-long wish list are determined to move out of their cramped condo into the perfect modern property, and the Property Brothers promise to make it happen with a fixer-upper. After Drew successfully coaches the couple through a potential bidding war, Jonathan wrestles with asbestos, ancient wiring and structural issues to keep the ambitious project on time and on budget.
Straightening Out a Sagging Century Home
The Property Brothers help family of five search for a forever home in their high-demand school district. Drew somehow manages to come up with a short list, and then it's up to Jonathan to straighten a seriously sagging century home. The problems start piling up as soon as the walls come down, and then the renovation is thrown completely off track by a hole that threatens to sink the entire project.
A Different Dream
A single mom adjusts to her new life by selling her sprawling Nashville dream home and searching for a more manageable property. Drew and Jonathan promise a worry-free transition and begin their search for a low-maintenance urban property with plenty of country flair. Jonathan is able to transform a tired old ranch home into a fabulous showpiece and Drew commemorates the occasion by organizing an official welcome-to-the-neighborhood block party.
Overcoming Analysis Paralysis
A super-planner that's been crashing at her best friend's place knows it's time to find a Nashville pad of her own. After her best friend comes up with an off-the-market solution, Jonathan tackles an ambitious renovation, but the list of add-ons keeps piling up.
Empty nesters that sold their home the first day it was on the market want to find a deluxe retreat where they can hang with their grandsons in style. Drew lines up family-friendly properites, and Jonathan has big plans to inject French country charm into a dated fixer-upper.
Making Their House a Home
A military couple with twin toddlers has outgrown their cramped Nashville condo and want to find a farmhouse-style home where they have room to grow. After a contender is sold out from under them, a surprise solution gets them back on track. However, while Jonathan is determined to deliver a showstopper, the renovations are slammed with unexpected challenges.
Costly Charm for a Vintage Dreamer
An up-and-coming musician is ready to settle down in Nashville. It's up to Drew to find a home with great bones and loads of vintage charm, while it's Jonathan's job to transform a vintage abode into a hip home without breaking the bank.
Searching for the Heart of the Home
A homesick couple from Wisconsin is ready to put down roots in Nashville after relocating for a dream job. Drew leads the hunt for midcentury modern gem, while Jonathan starts a massive renovation that includes a second master suite for an aging dad.
Mad About Plaid
A family of four has been living under Grandma's roof to support her through a tough time, but now they're ready for a house of their own. After finding a fixer-upper with great bones, exclusive tastes and a slew of big-ticket surprises eat into the budget.
Family Above All Else
After moving back to his hometown of Nashville to be closer to family, a couple's home search has taken longer than expected. They're desperate to get out of his childhood bedroom and into a kid-friendly dream home of their own. They finally choose a home with Drew, and after demolition, Jonathan steps in to make some critical design choices when the homeowners are indecisive.
Striking the Right Chord
A couple with a baby is living in her dad's cramped condo while looking for a home near Nashville's Music Row. After getting outbid in the city's hot market, Drew finds them two great contenders. However, a bulging basement wall threatens to bring down the budget and the house.
Expecting the Unexpected
After traveling the world and tying the knot, newlyweds are on the hunt for a sprawling urban home where they can raise a family. Because their condo sold faster than expected, Drew signs on for an express house hunt. Then, Jonathan must find a style compromise that suits the couple's opposing aesthetics.
Floored by the Renovation
An exasperated couple is ready to give up on their home search after viewing more than 200 properties and losing out on 14 bids. To make matters worse, their condo sold more quickly than expected, so they're crashing at her parents' house. Drew and Jonathan are determined to turn things around, but the hunt for a pedestrian-friendly property ends with a calculated risk that could have major consequences down the line.
Country Chic for a New Generation
After more than 30 years in their rented farmhouse, a couple is on the hunt for a rural retirement home of their own with plenty of space to entertain family and friends. However, finding a sprawling country property that fits their wish list proves tricky for Drew and Jonathan, until their search leads back to a family homestead from the past.
Uplift and Electrify
A family of four hunts for a sprawling dream home to call their own. Jonathan and Drew lead the search for the deluxe suburban pad, but it's a tall order even with the family's big budget.
A couple with twin toddlers is eager to relocate, but their whirlwind of a house hunt has left them exhausted and discouraged. Drew helps the couple close on a great home in their preferred school district, but the seller's counter offer raises eyebrows and the budget. It's up to Jonathan to find savings wherever he can to deliver a stunning transformation on a tighter budget.
Mistress of Her Domain
A buyer looking for a fresh start hunts for a modern turnkey property to be her new home base. The search is on for a two-story home in the same community, but Jonathan and Drew convince her to make a move she never saw coming.
After four moves in nine years, a family is ready to trade in their townhouse for a customized forever home, causing the brothers to juggle their constantly growing wish list. Drew leverages a stale listing to get the best possible deal, and Jonathan works alongside a family member to infuse hotel-chic interiors with heart and soul.
Room to Roam Revisit
The Property Brothers quiz fans in Nashville with real estate trivia and cash prizes. Then they revisit a fan-favorite episode where Jonathan had to devise creative solutions for a fixer-upper after they were met with a vortex of nasty surprises.
The High Cost of Cool
Downtown dwellers give up their tiny urban condo to find a detached home with more space and the same modern aesthetic, but hope dwindles after missing out on four offers. Drew finds a tired midcentury frame for Jonathan to transform, but when the walls come down, they discover a toxic disaster that stretches to every corner of the house.
A couple with a toddler and newborn are ready to move out of his old bachelor pad condo and into a dream home that's close to family. During the house hunt, Drew is impressed by the couple's nose for real estate as they take a risk on a house that's no longer on the market. Later, it's up to Jonathan to transform a century-old property into a modern gem, all while finding a style compromise that will suit both of their opposing tastes.
After a family crisis moved them back in with mom and dad, a couple is ready and eager to move on in a new home of their own. But a tricky house hunt leads back to square one as the Property Brothers try to convince them to see dream-home potential in an unfinished DIY disaster. Later, it's up to Jonathan to act as mediator and deliver a dazzling renovation that makes them forget their troubled past.
After bouncing around from one rental disaster to the next, a couple is ready to find a first home that's as quirky as they are, and the Property Brothers are determined to make it happen. During the house hunt, Drew manages to find a low-priced gem in a red-hot neighborhood, but that's when their luck runs out. With a slew of nasty surprises, Jonathan struggles to stay on top of the schedule and budget while balancing their very eccentric style.
Wide Open Dreams
After frequent moves and a too-small rental apartment, Jennifer and David need to find a Nashville property where they can settle down for good with their two boys. Drew handles a tricky negotiation to land a house with great bones, but when the walls come down, the unexpected costs start piling up. Jonathan transforms a hidden opportunity into a dramatic vaulted ceiling and calls on a friend to help with a surprise that ensures future accessibility for the couple's youngest son.
After years of moving around the country, Lesli and Dave are ready to call Nashville home. Drew leads the hunt for a fixer-upper with potential to be a forever home, but the couple must decide whether to go for their lakefront dream or stay closer to the city. Later, Jonathan must keep Lesli calm as the budget takes a series of hits, and then he hustles to finish in time for Dave's neighborhood housewarming party.
Property Brothers: Hall of Fame
After renovating scores of homes in the past decade, the Property Brothers look back at the most epic renovations, the biggest personalities, the best reactions and their all-time favorite moments.
Living in Harmony
After a year in cramped quarters, a couple is ready to move out of a tiny backyard shed and into a cozy cottage of their own. Jonathan and Drew help them search Nashville's red-hot real estate market for a unique live-work space that suits their clashing home-office requirements. Drew masters a nail-biting negotiation, but a higher-than-expected purchase price leaves Jonathan with a significantly reduced renovation budget.
After years of being on the road, Sonja has finally landed a job closer to family in Nashville, and her sister Michelle helps make her house hunt a priority. Drew leads her to a property with great bones, but an unexpected twist leaves Sonja with a tricky decision. Later, with Sonja as his design partner, Jonathan is determined to create a deluxe family hideaway.
Family Fun House
Hoping to find a bigger property for their growing family, Susy and Scott put their perfect but undersized home on the market. An unexpected quick sale leaves the family of five squeezed into a hotel room while they search for the perfect, sprawling house. Drew and Jonathan are determined to set them up with a house fit for entertaining, and Drew leads the couple to a Nashville property with loads of potential. Jonathan turns mish-mash medieval interiors into a contemporary showpiece, and when the budget takes a beating, everyone pitches in to save money and de-stress Dad.
Making Momma Happy
A suburban family is eager to cut down their commute and move into a home in central Nashville. Drew learns that when momma's happy, everyone's happy, and is surprised when the search leads to familiar grounds. Later, it's up to Jonathan to turn a forgotten property into a modern dream home, but as soon as the walls come down, the disasters start piling up.
A couple with two kids is desperate to move out of his bachelor pad and into a spacious family home. After a lowball offer shuts them out of a negotiation on a stately property, their house hunt takes a surprising turn. Later, Jonathan faces costly challenges that hammer the budget and leave everyone scrambling for creative solutions.
Cool Under Pressure
A newlywed couple is prepared to tackle their first renovation together, and Drew leads the search for a private, family-friendly property. While Jonathan tries to find a design compromise between Bohemian style and Vegas hotel chic, the reno is riddled with wonky issues from the floor to the ceiling.
Home With a View
A couple looks for a forever home to share in a popular lakefront community outside of Nashville, and the choice comes down to two very different contenders. Jonathan comes up with a cost-saving measure to save the vaulted ceiling, but a costly electrical issue emerges after the entire contingency fund is spent on upgrades.
Costly Charm for a Vintage Dreamer
Jonathan and Drew quiz fans in Nashville with real estate trivia and revisit a fan-favorite episode where they help a Nashville musician settle down after moving 27 times. Drew must find her a home with great bones and vintage charm. Then it's up to Jonathan to transform it into a hip home while keeping the budget from imploding under the weight of a host of nasty surprises.
A Little Bit of Home
A Nashville couple and their teenage kids are moving for the tenth time in 15 years. Drew is on board to find a sprawling suburban property that will become the family's forever home. During the renovation, Jonathan struggles with the budget as costly problems with the pool and chimney add up.
After their house sold quicker than expected, a family is squatting at grandma's place until they can find the perfect mountain-chic family pad. Though they're determined to stay in the same neighborhood, Drew warns they'll have to widen their search if they want to get everything on their wish list. Later, asbestos cleanup hits the budget hard, forcing Jonathan to race to finish the reno five days earlier than projected.
A single mom and her three cheerleading kids search for a new home where they can make a fresh start. Drew leads the search for a spacious gymnastics-friendly home with grandma's support. Later, Jonathan is forced to get creative while completing the cottage retreat as the budget takes a hit and a surprise reaction forces him to second-guess his approach.
The Homesick Cure
The Property Brothers promise to make a fixer-upper feel like home for a couple who recently moved to a new city. Drew takes charge of the house hunt and a decisive move proves critical at the negotiating table. Later, it's up to Jonathan to transform a single-story property into a family-friendly oasis, but unexpected problems soon threaten the bottom line.
Nutty and Proud
The Property Brothers convince a family to move out of their friend's basement and into a downtown fixer-upper. First, Drew must leverage a home inspection to prevent them from overpaying, then Jonathan must find a compromise for their very different styles. But after a major excavation in the bedroom, a delivery delay threatens to keep the family out in the cold.
From Fault to Vault
After selling their home sooner than expected, a couple with two young kids is desperate to get out of their temporary rental and into a family-friendly home of their own. Drew leads the couple to an unlikely house that may be exactly what their family needs after a little work. Meanwhile, Jonathan is determined to make this anxiety-causing renovation as simple as possible while working with a vaulted ceiling and an ambitious garage addition.
Party on the Hill
After navigating a long-distance relationship, a couple finally decides to put down roots and build a home together in Brazil. Now, the two outdoorsy engineers are looking for the perfect mountain-view home where they can entertain friends and family. The couple is enthusiastic about a major reno so Drew steps in to find an urban property that ticks all their boxes. Later, it's up to Jonathan to level a very wonky home while nailing down the clients' modern-yet-rustic style.
Gambles and Jackpots
Newlyweds sacrifice their honeymoon to find a dream home, but after visiting over 150 properties, they need an intervention. Drew leads the home search, and while she's quick to choose the first property they see, he's not quite so eager. Later, Jonathan pulls off a jaw-dropping renovation to make the clients feel like they're in paradise, even when they're at home.
Glitz and Glamour
A Minneapolis couple relocates to Las Vegas in search of a midcentury modern gem. Drew finds a classic 1960s property for the two men, one of whom has a drag queen alter ego named Margo. A famous drag queen offers design tips for Margo's "drag room." Jonathan works his magic and brings the bling, despite major cost overruns and a break-in.
A young family in Las Vegas wants kid-friendly home in an established neighborhood away from the Strip. Drew finds a retro option, but the couple's low offer is met with silence from the seller. Later, Jonathan struggles with the ambitious renovation on a small budget but manages to deliver a knockout property complete with backyard oasis.
New Start, New Home, New Memories
Las Vegas newlyweds do tons of charity work to give back to the city they love, and now the Property Brothers are stepping in to help this generous family find and update their first home together with no wiggle room in the budget.
A Home To Hug
A semiretired military man is looking for his dream home. After looking at more than 100 homes, Drew finds the one. Then a lowball offer nearly backfires at the negotiating table, and Jonathan discovers a major weakness in the home's foundation.
Strength in Numbers
A couple sold their Las Vegas home before they could find a new one. With seven kids and another on the way, they're desperate to get out of grandma's place. Drew leads the couple to a property with great bones, and Jonathan discovers no home is move-in ready for a family of 10.
Owning an Oasis
A couple of newlyweds in Las Vegas is eager to buy a dog-friendly property and never pay rent again. Drew is able to quickly narrow down their search. However, when a kitchen demolition uncovers a nasty surprise, Jonathan is determined to stretch the budget and rescue the design plan.
Tear Downs and I Dos
With their wedding just months away, this couple hopes to find and renovate their forever home -- with room for their growing brood of rescue dogs. A narrow search area puts Drew in the hot seat, and a low-ball offer eventually leads to a deal no one saw coming. Later, it's up to Jonathan to keep the reno on track so the couple can move in before tying the knot.
Fit to Reno
After moving from city to city to grow their businesses, a couple is settling down in Las Vegas, NV. Drew is determined to put an end to their moving streak, but the husband's low-ball offer threatens to derail a great deal. Later, Jonathan must figure out the couple's design style to transform a dated property into a fully-loaded, forever home.
A couple juggling house hunting and child rearing is desperate to get out of their rental close to the noisy strip in Las Vegas, NV. Drew must save the day when the couple walks away from the negotiating table. Later, Jonathan gets creative to blend their farmhouse and midcentury modern vibe.
Vegas For Good
After losing everything in a devastating house fire, soon-to-be empty nesters are seeking a perfect home in her hometown of Las Vegas, NV. Drew shepherds the couple through a tough negotiation that leads back to square one. Later, Jonathan pulls out all the stops to deliver a picture-perfect renovation.
A Miami couple moved to Vegas "temporarily" for work. Ten years, two kids and a bunch of rentals later, they have to admit it's permanent. Drew finds them a home that ticks all the boxes, while Jonathan juggles termite damage and last-minute changes.
Property Brothers Double Down: Lakeside Dreaming
The Property Brothers serve up real estate trivia and cash prizes at the Calgary Central Library. While there, the guys take a trip down memory lane with a fan-favorite episode where Jonathan and Drew come to the rescue of a family that has outgrown their rental and want to find a permanent home in their exclusive lakefront community. The couple's taste for equestrian chic proves expensive but the project stays on track with the brothers' expertise and a little budget help from grandpa.
Property Brothers Double Down: Striking the Right Chord
A musician couple and their baby are eager to find their forever home near Nashville's legendary Music Row. After a successful house hunt, Drew leads them to two great contenders that has all the amenities they are looking for. Meanwhile, Jonathan is determined to match the home interiors to the couple's edgy musical vibe.
Property Brothers Double Down: Particularly Particular With Their Wish List
Drew and Jonathan stage an intervention to convince a renovation-phobic couple to take a calculated risk. Drew finds a rare gem in a sought-after neighborhood and leverages a dodgy inspection at the negotiating table. Meanwhile, Jonathan uncovers a plethora of problems during an ambitious renovation, but his biggest challenge is satisfying his hard-to-please clients.