Property Brothers

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Property Brothers
Property Brothers logo.png
Genre Reality
Starring Drew Scott
Jonathan Scott
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes over 100
Running time 45 minutes
Original channel

W Network

Original run 4 January 2011 (2011-01-04) – present
External links

Property Brothers is a Canadian reality television series that is produced by Cineflix. It airs on W Network (Canada) and HGTV (US). It airs as My Dream Home in Australia on LifeStyle Home,[1] in New Zealand on ChoiceTV,[2] as Irmãos a Obra in Brazil on Discovery Home & Health and as La casa de mis sueños in Spain on Divinity and on Decasa. Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott (born 28 April 1978) help home buyers to purchase and renovate "fixer-uppers."[3]

Drew and Jonathan Scott also have several other shows: Brother vs Brother, Buying and Selling and Property Brothers at Home in addition to Off Topic with the Scott Brothers, a 13-week, 60-minute lifestyle radio series which aired on Corus Radio.[4] Drew is a real estate expert who scouts neglected houses and negotiates the purchases. His brother Jonathan is a licensed contractor who renovates the houses. Together, the Property Brothers help families find, buy, and transform fixer-uppers into dream homes on a strict time-line and budget.[5][6]

Each episode starts with the brothers showing buyers a house with everything on their wish list that tends to be substantially over their budget. Afterward, the brothers show them fixer-uppers with potential to become their dream home. After the buyers narrow it down to two houses, the brothers use computer-generated imagery to reveal their re-imagined vision of the home after renovations.

The show has a condensed time-line of the renovations. Typical of home improvement shows with an accelerated renovation format, the brothers have three experienced crews work on the house to finish in the 4-6 week timeline. They work with real project budgets set out by the buyers.[7] The buyers own the property and pay for the remodelling, but the show is able to provide about $20,000 to $25,000 worth of furnishings.[8]

The first season was recorded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[9] For the third season, the show was recorded in Austin, Texas for half of the year and Canada for the rest.[8]


Drew (left) and Jonathan Scott at the 2015 World Dog Awards

Jonathan Scott, a licensed contractor, and Drew Scott, a real estate agent, have managed real estate holdings for nearly 15 years. In 2004, they founded Scott Real Estate, Inc., a company that oversees the sales and construction of residential and commercial projects, with offices in Vancouver, Calgary, and Las Vegas.[6]

Drew and Jonathan started buying and renovating property when they were teenagers.[10] They bought their first house when they were 18 years old. After renovations, they sold it a year later for a $50,000 profit, while attending university.[11] However, before going into real estate as a profession, the brothers tried acting. Both Jonathan and Drew appeared on the Canadian television show Breaker High. Drew had a role on Smallville and Jonathan was on the X-Files.[10] The two also did improvisational comedy and Jonathan became an illusionist. They decided to go back to school for construction and design. Their business soon grew and they were approached to do the television show.[10]

Both brothers are licensed real estate agents. Drew was licensed in early 2004 and continues to be a licensed agent with Keller Williams Elite in British Columbia. Jonathan became a licensed agent in Las Vegas when they founded their firm that same year. But for the show, Drew is shown as the realtor and Jonathan as the contractor.[9]

They founded Dividian Production Group in 2002 with their older brother JD. They live in Las Vegas.[8] Both brothers stand tall at 6' 5".[citation needed]


Season 1 Season 2 Season 3[12]
  1. John & Christine
  2. Kieron & Emma
  3. Stefan & Owen
  4. Matt & Aleya
  5. Stephen & Julie
  6. Julie & Peter
  7. Lise & Andrew
  8. Sammy & Monica
  9. Jessica & Jason
  10. Janice & Rob
  11. Monica & Kevin
  12. Andrea & Dave
  13. Raun & Jasprit [13]
  1. Tina & James
  2. Sarah & Scott
  3. Tim & Michelle
  4. Nancy & Dan
  5. Katherine & Jordan
  6. Lica & Nicholas
  7. Jose & Connie
  8. Marianne & Steve
  9. Liat & Zack
  10. Vincent & Helena
  11. Mike & Avi
  12. Jay & Cara
  13. Delecia & Dwyane
  14. Wyatt & Whitney
  15. Morgan & Kristin
  16. Dan & Brittany
  17. Stan & Leslie
  18. Kate & Cole
  19. Steph & Micah
  20. Lana & Jacob
  21. Amber
  22. Rob & Jessica
  23. Olivia
  24. Sophie & Preston
  25. Cori & Suroosh
  26. Jeanette & Tony
  1. Kristi & Jay
  2. Courtney & Luke
  3. April
  4. Kristine & Paul
  5. Sarah & Mari
  6. Samira & Sean
  7. Angie & Titol
  8. Matt & Krysten
  9. James & David
  10. Parker & Francesca
  11. Caitlin & Steve
  12. Rose & Giancarlo
  13. Kate & Dave
  14. Megan & Greg
  15. Marla & Adam
  16. Sandra & Kyle
  17. Mark & Priscilla
  18. Christine & Mathieu
  19. Kathryn & Eric
  20. Danielle & Chad
  21. Joey & Mark
  22. Kari & Boris
  23. Stephane & Karina
  24. Christa & Sumit
  25. Nancy & Rhonda
  26. Veronica & Andrew

See also[edit]


  1. ^
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  3. ^ Wilson, Jennifer (14 October 2011). "We have the same creative spirit". Toronto Star. Retrieved 17 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Scott Brothers Entertainment". Retrieved 23 November 2014. 
  5. ^ "Interview: Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott Fix Up Canada". 2011. Retrieved 17 January 2012. 
  6. ^ a b HGTV. "Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott". Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
  7. ^ "Interview: Property Brothers- Jonathan and Drew Scott Fix Up Canada". Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
  8. ^ a b c Nicole Villalpando, Property Brothers transforming Austin homes for TV, Austin American-Statesman, February 25, 2012, accessed May 1, 2013.
  9. ^ a b Adair, Connie. "Property Brothers the Latest Real Estate TV Stars". Retrieved 6 February 2013. 
  10. ^ a b c Lauren Brown, 10 Amazing Secrets About HGTV's Property Brothers' Jonathan and Drew Scott--AKA Your New Crushes, Glamour, June 20, 2012, accessed May 1, 2013.
  11. ^ Cockrell, Katie. "Meet the Property Brothers". Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
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  13. ^ The couple got possession of the featured house on January 7, 2011, the filming of the renovation began the next week and was completed by January 31 with an initial broadcast of March 31. The show renovated four rooms under the initial C$700,000 budget, and the couple hired the same contractor from the show to complete the rest of the house afterward. The director of their episode soon moved onto another show, HGTV Canada's Decked Out, and the town house had its outdoor area renovated on that show, also in 2011. Connie Adair, For Sale: Home appeared on Property Brothers and Decked Out, National Post, November 1, 2011, accessed July 11, 2013. In November 2011, the home was listed by the couple for C$1,127,000 and sold. MLS # C2210801 SOLD, Sutton Group-Associates Realty Inc., Brokerage, accessed July 11, 2013.

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