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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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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 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 family searches for a sprawling suburban dream home to call their own.
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A couple with different wish lists searches for a home in Nashville; Jonathan works with a very tight budget.
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After four moves in nine years, a family get ready to trade in their townhouse for a customized forever home, causing the brothers to juggle their constantly growing wish list.
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A couple with two kids is desperate to move out of his bachelor pad and into a spacious family home; after a lowball offer shuts them out of a negotiation on a stately property, their house hunt takes a surprising turn.
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Jonathan and Drew help a couple transform a sagging century home after welcoming their baby boy into the world.
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The brothers help a couple of Las Vegas newlyweds update their first home together with a limited budget.
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A super planner that's been crashing at her best friend's place knows it's time to find a Nashville pad of her own, but the list of add-ons keeps piling up on an ambitious renovation.
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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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A woman moving to Nashville with her dog and best friend search for a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood.
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After a family crisis moved them back in with mom and dad, a couple is ready and eager to move into a home of their own; the brothers try to convince them to see potential in an unfinished DIY disaster; Jonathan works on a dazzling renovation.
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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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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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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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Empty nesters Karen and Rick sell their home on its first day on the market and want to find a deluxe retreat where they can hang with their grandsons in style.
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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 Minneapolis couple relocates to Las Vegas in search of a mid-century modern gem; Drew finds a classic property for the two men, one of whom has a drag queen alter ego named Margo; a famous drag queen offers design tips.
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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 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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The brothers convince a family to move out of their friend's basement and into a downtown fixer-upper; Drew must leverage a home inspection to prevent them from overpaying, then Jonathan must find a compromise for their very different styles.

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Jonathan and Drew Scott have renovated hundreds of family homes on three hit HGTV series: "Property Brothers," "Buying and Selling" and "Brother vs. Brother." But they have never faced clients as tough as the ones in their newest adventure, "Property Brothers at Home." The series follows the twins as they complete a massive renovation of their own home in Las Vegas just in time for a family reunion. Joined by older brother JD, the two redesign and rebuild the plain 5,000-square-foot Mediterranean home into a perfect family retreat. Customized features include 24-foot built-in shelves that showcase unique keepsakes from around the world, and outdoor "fun zones" like a water slide, a putting green, a theater and a swim-up bar.
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