New parents Diane and John are desperate for a home of their own.
New parents Katie and Justin lead a nomadic lifestyle while trying to find the perfect home.
After having a rough year, a single mother is ready to buy her dream home.
Carlie and Drum need to move out of their tiny condo so they can grow thier family.
Angela and Ro are looking for a home in a good neighborhood where they can start a family.
Tory and DArren want a spacious family home in the suburbs.
Gabby and Jim want to move from their city apartment into a suburban home.
After 10 months of camping out in her parents' basement, Julie, Adam, and their two little ones are ready to find a home of their own. They'd like to stay close to family, but finding a move-in ready property in the expensive neighborhood is proving tougher than they'd imagined. After navigating two renovations on their own, the couple is reluctant to take on a fixer-upper. And that's when the Property Brothers step in with a plan. First, it's up to Drew to negotiate a deal on a family property with great bones and then it's up to Jonathan to put the reno-phobic couple at ease. Demolition therapy proves to be a great stress reliever for everyone, but once the walls come down a torrential downpour reveals a laundry list of costly repairs.
Property Brothers, contractor Jonathan Scott and real estate expert Drew Scott, take us through the last 5 years of episodes. 100 episodes, 100 renovations, 100 reveals, 100 plaid shirts, is how Jonathan and Drew sum up the last 5 years on the Property Brothers. From the property search all the way to the reveal, they take us behind the scenes and show us what it takes to make an episode.
High school sweethearts Craig and Laurel quickly sold their previous property and are now living with his Mom until they find their ultimate dream home. But that may take a while since the couple has sky-high expectations and isn't prepared to compromise. Drew and Jonathan stage a real estate intervention and convince the renovation-phobic couple to take a calculated risk. Drew finds a rare gem in a sought-after neighborhood and leverages a troubling home inspection at the negotiating table. Later, while Jonathan tackles an ambitious reno and uncovers a whack of problems in the process, his biggest challenge is satisfying his hard-to-please clients.