Abby, David, and their son are already feeling the squeeze in their tiny home. And with another baby on the way, they've got just five months to relocate to their forever home. The couple's lofty plan hinges on selling their current home for top dollar, but with its lackluster unfinished interiors, that's not going to happen. Jonathan is determined to give the property the polish it needs, and narrowly averts a crisis in the kitchen. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a budget dream home that matches the family's extensive wish list. That's easier said than done, because while David has his eye on a fixer-upper, Abby is set on finding a picture perfect move-in ready home.
With three generations living under one roof, Chuck and Kim are feeling the squeeze. Plus, getting the kids to school every day means a grueling four-hour daily commute for mom. It's definitely time to relocate. But they'll have to spruce up their current home first or they won't be able to afford the upgrade. Jonathan has a plan to revamp the home's worn-out interiors, but a heavy-duty surprise in the kitchen means he has to rejig the design. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find a spacious suburban home with a separate living area for grandma. But the real challenge is finding a budget-friendly property in an exclusive school district.
With a big dog, a rambunctious toddler, and a baby who literally sleeps in the closet, stay-at-home dad Chip, and working-mom Danielle, juggle their busy schedule in a home they've long since outgrown. They're eager to relocate to a bigger property, but their current home's dreary decor is holding them back. Jonathan steps in with an ambitious ten-day renovation plan that includes an overhaul of the kitchen and master bathroom. And once the walls come down, he uncovers a nasty surprise. Meanwhile, Drew hits it out of the ballpark by delivering a home with everything on the couple's wish list. But when they lose the property to another buyer, Drew's got to motivate the couple to search for a house all over again.
Jack bought his bachelor pad nearly a decade ago, well before he met Clifton and they adopted two sons. With lack of space a serious problem, the couple has spent two frustrating years looking for the perfect property. To make matters worse, their current home is overrun with toys and poor design choices, and is hardly a magnet for buyers. Drew and Jonathan are convinced that with a few key improvements, they can sell the couple's current house for top dollar and get them settled into a sprawling new family home. Drew's challenge is to find a centrally located property that combines the charm of an older home with the luxury of a new build. Meanwhile, improving their current home's curb appeal means some backbreaking work for Jack and Clifton. And as for Jonathan's masterful makeover, you never know what you're going to find behind the walls of a 90-year-old home.
Laura was an artist living in the big city until she married Ken and settled down in the suburbs. And while they're now prepared to find a downtown property that's big enough for their two kids and Ken's race car collection, their worn-out home is not ready for sale. Jonathan vows to finish the partially renovated kitchen and modernize the outdated interiors, but runs into a potentially hazardous structural problem along the way. Meanwhile, Drew's hurdle is finding a downtown home that satisfies the couple's suburban wish list. Later, with a paintbrush hanging in the balance, Drew accepts a racetrack challenge that could put him in coveralls for the night.
With three-year-old twin girls and a baby boy, ex pro-footballer Adesola and his wife Jennifer are desperate to find a bigger nest. But with its rainbow palette, disastrous master bath, and toy-filled interiors, their house just isn't ready for the market. Drew and Jonathan agree it will take more than a makeover to sell the couple's house at top dollar. And while Jonathan gets busy with a major overhaul, Drew leads the search for a move-in ready property. When a potentially lethal hazard is uncovered, the family must relocate to a hotel. And when a key deal falls through, the house hunt is back to square one.
Pastor Chris and Jennifer's house may be big enough for the average family, but their family is anything but average. With nine children, three bedrooms, a home classroom and just one bathroom, space is at a premium. And though they needed a bigger home yesterday, they'll have to spruce up their tired old property before they go anywhere. Drew and Jonathan kick things off with a decluttering initiative that includes a garage sale faceoff. Later, Jonathan tackles an ambitious kitchen and bathroom overhaul, and gets the kids working on a surprise for Mom and Dad. Meanwhile, Drew leads the search for a sprawling budget-friendly home that everyone will love.
Alisha and her contractor husband bought a sprawling fixer-upper they planned to transform into their dream home. Tragically he passed away last year, leaving Alisha to raise their four-year-old son and maintain the ramshackle five-bedroom property on her own. Alisha is desperate to buy a smaller maintenance-free home, but knows her current property needs a major makeover before it's ready for market. Drew and Jonathan step in with a creative plan to make the most of her limited budget. In order to get top dollar for Alisha's place, Jonathan undertakes an ambitious ten-day makeover that stalls when demolishing a stone accent wall proves tougher than expected. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a brand new suburban home and help Alisha navigate the bittersweet journey along the way.
Busy parents Lazarus and Evonna's dream home turned into a nightmare when a foundation problem drained all their renovation money. So while they're ready to relocate to a move-in ready property with plenty of room for their three growing kids, their dated interiors are holding them back. Drew and Jonathan step in with a plan to transform the couple's current home into a showpiece. And while Jonathan gets busy with the ambitious overhaul, Drew soon learns that restoring the couple's faith in real estate agents is a tough job. Jonathan uncovers a potentially costly problem during the bathroom demolition and later settles a painting wager with Lazarus on the basketball court. Meanwhile, Drew slowly wins the couple's trust, one house tour at a time.
Greg and Kristin's house used to be a perfect fit, but five kids later, it's bursting at the seams. The busy family is desperate for a sprawling suburban home where everyone will have a room of their own. But Mom and Dad have no time for house hunting. Not to mention their well-worn kid-centric home is overrun with toys and won't fetch the money they need to afford their dream home. Enter Drew and Jonathan Scott. The brothers are determined to turn things around for this great family. Jonathan starts with a makeover destined to transform the couple's home into a sophisticated adult-friendly space, but the bathroom demolition reveals a major surprise. Meanwhile, Drew's challenge is to find a spacious six-bedroom home on a limited budget. And Greg and Kristin soon realize they may have to sacrifice their preferred location to get everything else on their wish list.
Sunita and David are desperate for more space, but their current home's overcrowded interiors are holding them back. With two kids and no storage space, the house is overrun with toys and David's hobbies. The couple is hoping to find a larger house in their up-and-coming community, but with rising property values they may be in for sticker shock. And there's even more on the line since they've got just two-months to sell before a major financial deadline could cost them big money. The Property Brothers step in to turn things around. And as Jonathan tackles a sophisticated overhaul of the couple's diminutive home, Drew is determined to find them a spacious dream property that fits their budget and their wish list. Jonathan kicks off demolition day with a frightening discovery inside a kitchen wall. And as Drew leads the couple's house hunt, Sunita comes to realize that paying less for a home will mean spending way more time in her car.
With half-finished projects everywhere, Eric and Misty are living through a DIY disaster in a home they've long since outgrown. With three daughters and another one on the way, they're feeling the squeeze in their cramped quarters. And Eric's half-finished projects are preventing the sale of their home. Jonathan and Drew promise to turn things around. And while Jonathan transforms the family's tired old property into a showpiece, Drew leads the hunt for their sprawling new dream home. Eric gets a DIY wake-up call along the way. But before they can find the perfect property, the couple must first agree on their priorities.
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