Is Property Brothers buying and selling real?
Keeping this in consideration, do you get paid to be on property brothers?
Drew and Jonathan Scott don't have a fee for their renovation services on the show, but there is a clear financial threshold for any prospective participant. According to 2019 casting documents, HGTV requires Property Brothers show prospects to have at least $90,000 to spend on a renovation.
Subsequently, question is, what is the difference between property brothers and buying and selling? While Property Brothers features half of Drew and half of Jonathan for the whole hour, a lot of Buying & Selling focuses on Drew's work; going around town, looking for the perfect property and working the deals for homeowners buying their new residence, and then selling their current.
Similarly, it is asked, do the property brothers actually do any work?
Back in 2015, a Reddit user who was in the process of being vetted to appear on the hit show revealed that the Scott brothers aren't working alone. In fact, much of the hard work is allegedly done by hired hands who might not be as, er, camera ready as the lovable Canadian duo.
How much do the Property Brothers cost?
Budgets usually range anywhere from $50,000 to $200,000. The Scott brothers usually finish on budget, but they have been known to go several thousand dollars over budget on rare occasions.