Together, the Property Brothers help families find, buy, and transform fixer-uppers into dream homes on a strict timeline and budget.
Using the expertise of the Scott brothers, prospective homebuyers find a "fixer-upper" and remodel it into their dream home while staying within their budget.
Property Brothers is a Canadian reality television series produced by Cineflix, and is the original show in the Property Brothers franchise.
However, beginning with season 6 (10), Drew began to explain from the start that the home would exceed their budget, and should only serve as inspiration.
In either scenario, Drew and Jonathan then highlight the advantages of purchasing an older home.
The graphics are made by an outside company using Neezo Renders software at a cost of about $10,000 per episode.
After the family makes a final decision, Drew leads them through the process of bidding on and purchasing a home.
a plane flying overhead), to highlight how protracted problems were resolved, or because the cameras did not capture the real-time shot.
Though Corus Entertainment commissioned and developed the program, the company did not take an ownership stake in the series or the concept, so did not see any revenue from international broadcast sales or from spin-off series in the franchise.The featured families and individuals are often working towards a deadline, like the birth of a child or a special occasion.Originally, each episode started with Drew showing potential homebuyers a house with everything on their wish list, only to later reveal that the house was outside of their reach financially.Scott participates in charity and philanthropic activities.He resides in Los Angeles, California with his fiancée, Linda Phan.The sponsorship also included broadcast and internet ads, billboards, and a contest on the W Network for viewers to win one of three C,000 prizes for their homes, a strategy designed to direct traffic to the Mazda website.