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Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott aim to help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes. The brothers use state-of-the-art imagery programs to unveil their plans for how the properties will look after the transformation. But the potential home buyers have to take a risk to make the twins' vision come true, and it's up to Jonathan and Drew to convince the couples that purchasing an older home in need of work is the best option.

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After frequent moves and a too-small rental apartment, Jennifer and David want a Nashville property where they can raise their family; Drew lands a house with great bones, but when the walls come down, the unexpected costs start piling up.
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A couple with a baby living in her dad's cramped condo look for a home near Music Row in Nashville, Tenn.; after getting outbid in the city's hot market, Drew finds them two great contenders.
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A couple is eager to relocate with their twin toddlers, but their house hunt leaves them exhausted and discouraged; Drew helps the couple close on a great home in their preferred school district, but the seller's counter offer raises eyebrows.
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A Nashville couple and their kids are moving for the 10th time in 15 years; Drew is on board to find a sprawling suburban property that will become the family's forever home; Jonathan struggles with the renovation budget as costly problems add up.
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After a year in cramped quarters, a couple is ready to move out of a tiny backyard shed and into a cozy cottage of their own; Jonathan and Drew help them search for a unique live-work space that suits their clashing home-office requirements.
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A couple prepare to tackle their first renovation together and Drew leads the search for a private, family-friendly property; while Jonathan tries to find a design compromise, the reno is riddled with wonky issues.
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A suburban family is eager to cut down their commute and move into a home in central Nashville; it's up to Jonathan to turn a forgotten property into a modern dream home, but as soon as the walls come down, the disasters start piling up.
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A single mom and her three cheerleading kids search for a new home where they can make a fresh start; Drew leads the search for a spacious gymnastics-friendly home with grandma's support.
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A couple is ready to give up on their home search after viewing more than 200 properties and losing out on 14 bids; to make matters worse, the couple's condominium has sold more quickly than expected, and they're crashing at her parents' house.
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Downtown dwellers give up their tiny urban condominium to find a detached home with more space; Drew finds a tired mid-century frame for Jonathan to transform, then they discover a toxic disaster that stretches to every corner of the house.
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After more than 30 years in their rented farmhouse, a couple is on the hunt for a rural retirement home of their own with plenty of space to entertain family and friends.
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A couple with a toddler and newborn get ready to move out of his old bachelor pad condo and into a dream home close to family; Jonathan transforms a century-old property into a modern gem that suits both of their opposing tastes.
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Drew helps a semi-retired military man make an offer on his dream home, but Jonathan discovers a major weakness in its foundation.
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After years of moving around the country, Lesli and Dave are ready to call Nashville home; Drew leads the hunt for a fixer-upper with potential to be a forever home; Jonathan must keep Lesli calm as the budget takes a series of hits.
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A couple sell their Las Vegas home before they can find a new one. With seven kids and another on the way, they're desperate to get out of grandma's place.
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After bouncing around from one rental to the next, a couple is ready to find a first home that's as quirky as they are; with a slew of nasty surprises, Jonathan struggles to stay on top of the schedule and budget while balancing an eccentric style.
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The Property Brothers promise to make a fixer-upper feel like home for a couple who recently moved to a new city; Drew takes charge of the house hunt; it's up to Jonathan to transform a single-story property into a family-friendly oasis.
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A young family in Las Vegas wants a kid-friendly home in an established neighborhood away from the Strip; Drew finds a retro option, and Jonathan manages to deliver a knockout property complete with backyard oasis on a small budget.
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Hoping to find a bigger property for their family, Susy and Scott put their perfect but undersized home on the market; an unexpected quick sale leaves the family of five squeezed into a hotel room while they search for the perfect, sprawling house.
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After moving back to his hometown of Nashville, Tenn., to be closer to family, a couple's home search takes longer than expected; the couple, desperate to get out of a childhood bedroom, seek a kid-friendly dream home of their own.
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A family searches for a sprawling suburban dream home to call their own.

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