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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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