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Drew and Jonathan Scott have become household names in real estate and home renovation. And on Property Brothers, they're as determined as ever to help couples find, buy, and transform extreme fixer-uppers into incredible dream homes. First, real estate specialist Drew tracks down hidden gems with untapped potential, and then it's up to identical twin brother and contractor Jonathan to expertly overhaul these ramshackle properties. Convincing homebuyers to take a radical risk is their first challenge. Then they've got to deliver these ambitious renovation projects on time and on budget.
Michelle and Tom want out of their pricey rental and into a luxurious home.
After being unexpectedly relocated, Kevin, Suzanne and their teenage daughters search for a new home.
Urbanites want to find a home in the suburbs where they can spread out and start a family, but they are reluctant to compromise.
Lexa and Pete have been staying with her brother, and are eager to buy a new home. Lexa wants a suburban home, but Pete is looking for a place downtown.
Busy entrepreneurs outgrow thier townhouse and they don't have time to search for a new home, so thier daughter helps with the search and renovations.
Sarah and Kevin spent years renovating their tiny home, but with a baby boy and changing priorities, they're desperate for a sprawling suburban home with all the bells and whistles. Drew and Jonathan vow to find them a stylish midcentury-inspired property that fits the bill, but the only way the couple will agree to renovate is if Drew grabs a tool belt and pitches in. Multiple offers threaten to complicate their exhausting house hunt, and a tricky demolition challenge finds Drew running the streets in his boxers. Meanwhile, Jonathan struggles to keep up with ongoing design changes as Sarah's spending threatens to derail the budget.
Debra and Dan squeeze into a tiny urban condo with their three children, but have dreams of staying in the heart of the city.
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