A lot of you may not know, but I am an avid viewer of HGTV. I have at least 6 shows set up on my DVR to record every week and usually end up watching them the same night they record because I love seeing real people go through the trials and tribulations of buying a new home or decorating their existing one.
The whole network is one big inspiration for me as I’m sure it is for many others. As if I needed another excuse to love this network even more, along came The Property Brothers.
For those who do not know who The Property Brothers are or have never seen their show, I ask you to step away from your computer, walk over to your television and record their next episode…go ahead, I’ll wait. Drew and Jonathan Scott are twin brothers who help people find and transform major fixer-uppers into their dream home. They take potential buyers from house to house and try to explain what is possible for these old, beaten-up houses, but not without hesitation from the buyers.
With a budget and timeline, Jonathan, who is the contractor and deals with the hard labor side of things, creates amazing CGI models of the homes using his skills and flair for construction. Drew wears the realtor hat and uses his knowledge to deal with all of the numbers and negotiating.
When everything is said and done, the end result of Drew and Jonathan’s talents are truly amazing and one of a kind. The homes look like ones that you would only see in a high-end home decor magazine and is all done within the client’s budget.
These extremely experienced and dedicated brothers are great at what they do, but they are also very funny and down-to-earth people who seem to genuinely care about keeping their client’s best interests at heart. It is very refreshing to see professionals do their job well while also exuding real feelings of frustration and happiness (It also does not hurt that they are handsome studs).
For an hour well spent and great tips for renovating a house, check out the Property Brothers as well as their brand new show, Buying and Selling, on HGTV.
Are any of you fans of the Property Brothers?