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.
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.
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?
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?
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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