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