It was just the two of them when Rob and Julie moved in to their cozy home in a lakeside community. But two kids and a decade later, they're desperate for more space. The couple tried their hand at home improvement over the years, but their poor design choices ended up lowering the value of their home and now it's holding them back. Drew and Jonathan step in with a design plan to transform the tired property into a showpiece, and to make the couple's dream of a beautiful move-in ready home a reality. The budget immediately takes a hit when Jonathan uncovers a costly fix during the kitchen demo. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a luxurious suburban home in the couple's exclusive waterfront neighborhood. And while a frugal Rob is determined to stick to the budget, compromise is the name of the game.
With two growing daughters and a jam-packed home, Lori and Michael are drowning in clutter. A self-proclaimed packrat, Lori has filled every corner with stuff. And though they're desperate to move to a larger home, the couple's disastrous interiors would send any potential buyer running for the hills or to the nearest dumpster. Determined to give the family a fresh new start, Jonathan and Drew stage a real estate intervention. And while Jonathan oversees a major cleanup and tackles an ambitious kitchen overhaul, Drew begins the house hunt by showing the couple what a clutter-free home looks like. Lori and Michael have an oversize wish list and are adamant about getting everything they want. But even with their healthy budget, staying in their exclusive community will come with a hefty price tag. And that may just mean a compromise somewhere along the line.
Nyahsa and Hezekiyah bought their current home at a great low price intending to spend their savings on updates and repairs. But shoddy workmanship and half-completed repairs have turned their dream home into a reno nightmare. And now with their savings tapped out, it's up to the Property Brothers to fix their home and find them a move-in ready new property. Jonathan and Drew step in to rescue the couple from real estate limbo. And earning their trust is step number one. Jonathan vows to restore their faith in contractors and promises to rip everything out and start from scratch. But during the kitchen demo he uncovers a health risk so dire the couple must move out of their home. Meanwhile, between budget restrictions and extra renovation costs, finding the couple a house with everything on their wish list proves tricky. That is, until Drew comes up with an innovative solution that could have everyone smiling.
With baby number two on the way, busy parents Krystal and Cam are eager to swap their high-maintenance century home for a turnkey property. But while the home has plenty of character, its dated layout, microscopic kitchen and long list of much-needed renovations are preventing them from making the move. Jonathan steps in with a renovation plan designed to maintain the home's signature charm while giving it a luxurious modern update. But he uncovers a potentially costly fix during the bathroom demo. Meanwhile, Drew's challenge is getting the couple to agree on a wish list. Krystal's traditional tastes clash with Cam's modern sensibility, and so the search is on for a dream home that will satisfy them both.
Noam and Ela's suburban party pad suited their lifestyle when it was just the two of them. But with the arrival of a baby girl, they've got an all-new outlook and need a house that better suits their growing family. The problem is, they can't sell their current home for top dollar until the inside of their home gets a full make-over and their overgrown front garden gets some much-needed curb appeal. Jonathan and Drew are determined to solve the couple's real estate woes. Drew sets out to find them a sprawling budget-friendly income property and Jonathan's renovation plan includes turning a makeshift walk-in closet back into a bedroom. Meanwhile, the search for the couple's forever home proves trickier than expected. Ela throws Drew a serious curve ball as he struggles to match the couple's oversize wish list with their limited budget, but Drew is able to come up with a shrewd solution that puts a smile on everyone's face.
Daniel and Vanessa have outgrown their starter home. With a baby on the way, they've got just two months to find a larger home where they can put down roots for good, and entertain their huge circle of family and friends in style. Drew and Jonathan step in with a solution. In order to get the couple into their forever home, the brother's plan starts with an overhaul of their current property's lackluster interiors. Jonathan comes up with an ingenious solution for a potentially nasty surprise in the kitchen, and later enlists Vanessa's artistic flair to help stage the home for sale. Meanwhile, Drew's main challenge is keeping the couple in the same exclusive neighborhood and finding them a budget-friendly property that satisfies his need for a man cave and her yen for bling.
After 16 years in her compact home, single mom Lolita is desperate to find a larger property for herself and her four growing boys. But until she spruces up her well-worn current digs, the family's not going anywhere. And that's when Drew and Jonathan step in with a real estate intervention. With his limited renovation budget, Jonathan focuses on critical elements inside the house that will restore the home's value. Ignoring the concrete backyard, he overhauls the kitchen, bathroom, and installs new flooring throughout. Meanwhile, Drew's price-conscious house hunt starts with preparing his client for sticker shock in a red-hot real estate market. And then his main challenge is finding a budget-friendly four-bedroom home in Lolita's tiny non-negotiable search area.
After five years, Andrea and Santino's love affair with the suburbs is over, and with their two little boys in tow, they're now desperate to head back downtown. But there's a hiccup in their master plan. If they don't spruce up their well-worn family home and sell it for top dollar, they won't be able to afford their pricey urban upgrade. Armed with power tools and a winning strategy, the Property Brothers step in to make the family's downtown dream home a reality. And with unfinished DIY projects everywhere, Jonathan gets busy with repairs and a massive overhaul. Meanwhile, Drew has a tricky job on his hands because while Santino would prefer a fixer-upper, Andrea is fed up with renovations and has her heart set on a turnkey DIY-free beautiful, move-in ready property.
Fire chief and single dad Joe lives in the suburbs with his two teenage daughters. But the non-stop driving is taking its toll, and they're desperate to trade their detached home and crazy commute for a downtown condo with all the perks. That's when the Property Brothers come to the rescue. Because unless Drew and Jonathan step in to modernize the family's bland home, Joe and the girls won't be able to afford their expensive urban upgrade. Jonathan enlists the entire family to help transform their bachelor-pad interiors with an eye-catching makeover. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a move-in ready condo that will fit Joe's budget and his daughters' high-octane wish list. But the problem with downtown living is the bedrooms get smaller while the price tag increases.
With three grown daughters who are happy living at home, Simone and Madan ran out of room long ago, and their crowded house is seriously cramping their style. The entire family is eager for more space, but that won't happen until Mom and Dad can agree on their priorities. Jonathan and Drew step in with a plan, but the project proves to be a major challenge from the start. The well-worn family home needs a sophisticated overhaul before it can be sold for top dollar. Plus, Simone and Madan have locked horns and neither one seems willing to budge on their conflicting wish lists. Jonathan wields his power tools and expertise to stamp out every trace of the home's dated décor. Meanwhile, facing a stalemate, a confused Drew employs an ingenious strategy to get the couple on the same page.
A hardworking single mom who loves providing for her family, Jonie didn't hesitate when her eldest daughter Taisha asked to move back in with her own young daughter. But while Jonie's heart is huge, her home isn't. And after five years, their cramped quarters have put a serious squeeze on their lifestyle. Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew step in to turn things around. But in order to get the family of five into a larger and more expensive home, they've first got to spruce up the one they've got. Jonathan tackles a contemporary transformation that includes an irresistible gourmet kitchen. And though Drew works overtime to find a budget-friendly suburban property that matches the family's wish list, the house hunt eventually leads them outside their comfort zone.
Francis and Juanita moved from India to Canada five years ago and bought the first house they could afford. They still love the property, but with two kids and a dream of reuniting their extended family under one roof, the house is now too small and they need to move fast. Drew and Jonathan step in to help, and the intervention starts with a complete overhaul of the family's cluttered interiors. In order to maximize the value of the property, Jonathan's goal is to make it look like a brand new home with an up-to-date kitchen and a total bathroom overhaul. Meanwhile, Drew leads the search for a sprawling and sophisticated new home, but with a limited budget and high demands, innovation is the name of the game.
A year ago, Lesley and her son moved in with firefighter Ryan and his two boys, but the house is way too small for their blended family and they desperately need more space. In order to afford an upgrade, the couple must sell their property for top dollar. But the bachelor pad interiors and a DIY-disaster in the bathroom are seriously holding them back. Drew and Jonathan step in to kick-start the family's future, and the pricey but essential master plan is guaranteed to set their home apart from the competition. Jonathan tackles the major overhaul, but a costly surprise in the bathroom has the entire family pitching in to keep the budget on track. Meanwhile, the house hunt takes a detour when Drew accepts a firefighter fitness challenge, and Lesley and Ryan must decide between size and location.
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