Next Episode of Property Brothers: Buying + Selling is
Season 7 / Episode 1 and airs on 13 July 2017 01:00
Join the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, as they help homeowners sell their current home and buy a new property in HGTV's new series, Property Brothers: Buying + Selling. Jonathan renovates the family's current home for a successful sale, while Drew checks out the best options for the family's new property. Drew then oversees the selling of the renovated home and the buying of a new house.
Terri and Paul's sons were accepted to a prestigious school in a great district. But if their parents don't sell their current home and move in time, they'll lose their hard-won spots. Mom and dad are willing to relocate, but after three months on the market, their under-loved property threatens to derail their plans. Determined to maximize the home's value and encourage a sale in just two weeks, Jonathan tackles an ambitious makeover and uncovers some potentially lethal DIY along the way. For Drew, finding a perfect home that meets the couple's wish list is a tall order, but the real challenge is getting them to agree.
With three babies under three, Julie and Blake have outgrown their current home and desperately need more room. They're hoping to find a spacious one-story property with plenty of perks. But unless they update their house and sell it at top dollar, they won't be going anywhere. When Jonathan unveils the long list of renovations, the couple is daunted by the cost and scope of overhauling the property. Drew's search for the family's new home eventually yields a few gems, but not before a hidden hazard sends them packing.
A devoted widowed father of five, David needs to downsize to a smaller home so he can afford to pay for college tuition. The ideal property must be spacious enough to fit the family and their friends, but small enough to fit their budget and future plans. Jonathan gets the entire family involved in revamping their current home and Drew unveils a cost-effective strategy for staging it. Although David insists he is ready to downsize, he finds fault with every property he visits. The family bravely faces a fresh new start, but packing up their memories and walking away from the family home may be more than they can bear.
With three kids and a hectic schedule, working parents Janna and Michael are desperate for more space. They've outgrown their starter home and urgently need a bigger house. But unless they revamp their cramped kitchen, chances are they'll be staying right where they are. Drew and Jonathan unveil a plan for the ultimate property swap, and although Janna is defensive about their feedback at first, the couple agrees to a strategic overhaul. Jonathan makes dramatic changes that make the house sparkle. Meanwhile, Drew finds a perfect suburban home that fits the bill, but is out of the couple's price range and preferred neighborhood.
With two rambunctious kids under three, Jeremy and LaShelle have outgrown their starter home and are looking for a spacious suburban property. But unless they revamp their current home and sell it for top dollar, their dreams will remain well beyond their budget. Drew eventually convinces the reluctant couple to spend money in order to make money. But getting them to agree on the ideal home proves tricky and LaShelle threatens to fire him twice. Meanwhile, Jonathan focuses on the renovations and tries to keep everyone on track. The couple finally falls for a pricey move-in ready property, but when it's time to make a decision, they're still not sure what to do.
With two young kids, a dog, a rabbit, and a chicken, Cristal and Scott are struggling to keep up and their cluttered home isn't helping. The family is desperate for more room, but before they start shopping for new digs, they've got to revamp their current property. Drew and Jonathan reveal their plan for a dramatic overhaul, but an emotional Cristal is reluctant at first. During the renovations, she's also unenthusiastic about celebrating the couple's seven-year anniversary in the garage and her extravagant taste clashes with the design plan. Meanwhile, the house hunt is exhausting, and with time running out, the couple is faced with a tough decision.
Caught between their new professional lives and their old student lifestyle, quirky accountants Robert and Marie may be ready to move on but their disheveled home is holding them back. With water damaged floors, confused rooms, and a master bath turned storage area, the property is unsellable. In order to leverage its value, Jonathan comes up with a plan to breathe fresh life into the home. A single tile proves to be a costly setback, and when Drew finds them a rare showpiece, the couple gambles on a short sale to land a great new home.
When Shane renovated his deluxe bachelor pad he was a single dad. But now he's married to Sydney and they're looking for a spacious property where they can expand their family. In order to sell the couple's current house for top dollar, Drew and Jonathan come up with a strategic makeover plan. Jonathan focuses on a kitchen whitewash, but relocating the laundry room proves more costly than anticipated. Meanwhile, Drew comes up with a number of great houses and the couple must choose between two perfect properties.
With a rambunctious toddler and another baby on the way, Halley and Justin urgently need a more child-friendly home. But they can't even list their current property until they undertake a major overhaul. Drew and Jonathan are determined to help them move on and come up with a strategy. But once the walls come down, the problems start piling up as Jonathan uncovers a major leak, faulty wiring, mold, termite damage, and a rat's nest. The couple is overwhelmed by the news and the skyrocketing price tag. As for finding them a new property, Drew struggles to get Halley and Justin on the same page.
When Kristin married Craig, she moved into his crowded house with his three kids. In urgent need of more space, they're now looking for a sprawling family-friendly home in a great location. The couple tried to sell their home last year, but didn't get a single offer. So Drew and Jonathan come up with a colorful makeover plan that's guaranteed to turn things around. While tearing down a wall, Jonathan uncovers a potentially lethal situation in the bathroom. Drew's search for the perfect property yields a few showstoppers, but satisfying the couple's expectations proves tricky.
New parents Jenn and JP are determined to give their son a great start. But they bought the wrong house in the wrong neighborhood and are now hoping to find a family-friendly home in a vibrant community. The couple agrees to Drew and Jonathan's makeover plan, even if it means maxing out their savings. Revamping the home's curb appeal is a cinch, but Jonathan's kitchen makeover hits a serious snag. Meanwhile, the search for the perfect family home becomes more complicated as Jenn and JP continue adding to their growing list of must-haves.
With two high-achieving daughters, Christi and Peter have outgrown their noisy open concept home and, in time for the new school year, are urgently looking for a sprawling property in a great district. In order to sell their current home for top dollar, nearly every room needs an update, and with the couple's tight budget, Drew and Jonathan get creative. Jonathan's dramatic kitchen makeover hits an early setback. Meanwhile, Drew shows the family every listing in their price range but finding the perfect property proves tricky and stressful.
With a rambunctious toddler and another baby on the way, Zane and Marie desperately need a bigger home. But until they spruce up their charm-free property, they're not going anywhere. In a neighborhood full of look-alike properties, Drew and Jonathan vow to make the couple's house stand out. Jonathan tackles an ambitious ten-day makeover. Meanwhile, Drew leads the couple to the perfect new family property. But they soon find out that putting in an offer doesn't guarantee they'll live happily ever after.
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