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Property Brothers: Buying & Selling

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The "Property Brothers," Drew and Jonathan Scott, take their tag-team real estate partnership to the next level in "Buying and Selling." Drew helps home buyers find the right property to purchase, but before closing on the deal, the buyers' current home needs attention, and lots of it, in order to make it salable. That's where Jonathan comes in. To leverage its value, Jonathan comes up with a plan to breathe fresh life into the home, and he and his contracting team take over from there. Drew then oversees the selling of the renovated home and the buying of a new house.

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Two suburbanites are ready to move back downtown with their daughters; Jonathan helps transform the family's lackluster home into a showpiece, but he must rework the design when the budget takes a major hit; Drew leads the hunt for a dreamy downsize.
aired 6 days ago
Danielle and Steve loved their home when they bought it, but now they're looking for a sprawling home further from the city.
aired 6 days ago
With rambunctious twin boys, Paul and Mary are desperate for a bigger home and are hoping to stay in their exclusive neighborhood, but their outdated home is holding them back.
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Adina and Trey want to downsize and are eager to sell before a subdivision floods their neighborhood with brand new homes, but their outdated property is making a lousy first impression.
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Lisa and Chris bought their Nashville home six years ago, but with four kids and Grandma all squeezed under one roof, it's time to overhaul their log-cabin interiors so they can afford a bigger nest; Jonathan gears up for a radical renovation.
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With three young daughters, Kylah and Jon are desperate to find a bigger house.
aired 6 days ago
When they started out on their own, Dan and Chandra's home had plenty of space, but with two growing kids, they're desperate for more.
aired 6 days ago
City living is costing too much, so Joe and Lana want a suburban home.
aired 10 days ago
Despite a backyard pool that makes their kids happy, a mom and dad struggle in their home after three years of living there thanks to a poorly designed kitchen and a DIY disaster in the basement.
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A growing family is in desperate need for more space, so Drew and Jonathan create a plan to completely transform their awkward and dated interior; during demo, Jonathan discovers a cost-saving surprise in the walls.
aired 10 days ago
David and Siobhan desperately look for a new home after being outbid in their city's red-hot market; Jonathan faces an uphill battle with David's traditional aesthetics, and Drew leads the house hunt in one of the most expensive neighborhoods.
aired 10 days ago
Beth and Chris want to move to a better school district before the school year begins.
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A widow is selling the suburban home she bought with her late partner and is looking for a cozy downtown property where she can start her next chapter; Jonathan steps in to transform her lackluster property into a showpiece.
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Dana and Andy ripped apart their home for an all-out overhaul, but then Andy got a new job, the huge project stalled, and now they're stuck; Jonathan steps in to finish the job, but soon uncovers a host of scary and expensive fixes.
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Nashville musicians Lee Roy and Lisa want to blend their families and move in together; before they can buy their dream home, though, they need to transform his tired old property into a number-one hit on the real estate market.
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A couple wants to trade their huge suburban heritage home for a turnkey property closer to the city and call in the Property Brothers to make it happen.
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Julie, Jason and their kids don't really want to move, but new school zone boundaries mean that they have mere months to find a new home just a few streets over; Drew scrambles to find the perfect family home in a very limited search area.
aired 20 days ago
Blanca and Teddy's home is too small for their family; they want to move to a larger, budget-friendly home.
aired 20 days ago
Michelle bought her home when she was single, but now with Danielle and their three kids living there, too, it's cramped and chaotic.
aired 20 days ago
Mike and Steve's family has outgrown their cozy cottage.
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Drew works with a family when their wish list prices them out of their preferred neighborhood.

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