How Much Does It Cost To Hire The Property Brothers?
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How Much Does It Cost To Hire The Property Brothers?


Drew and Jonathan Scott came to fame via their
insanely popular show, Property Brothers, which has inspired several spin-offs, including
Buying and Selling and Forever Home. The lovable duo are just as well-liked for
their budget-friendly renovation tips as they are their easy rapport with each other. “What happened to your face?” “I got hair on my face. What happened to your hair? It’s like, hold on…” Drew and Jonathan are in high demand, and
fans are curious just how much they’ll need to shell out to get the Scott brothers into
their homes for one of their stunning renovations. The bad news is that you can’t hire the Canadian
twins privately. The good news is that there is a way to get
your Property Brothers makeover, you just have to meet the criteria. If you desperately want the Scott bros to
redo your space, you’ll need to apply to appear on an upcoming season of Property Brothers
via the HGTV website. Although they don’t necessarily charge a fee
up front for their services, you will need to have at least $90,000 set aside for your
renovation and design budget to be considered for the show, and don’t forget, you also have
to buy a new home. According to a January 2019 casting call,
there are a few other requirements that potential Property Brothers participants must meet. You must … “…be buying and renovating a ‘fixer-upper;’
be outgoing, energetic, opinionated, and fun, with unique stories to tell; need expert design
and construction help; be able to make quick decisions in order to keep to tight timelines;
be available for up to 7-10 days of filming (staggered over 7-8 weeks); be enthusiastic
about working with Jonathan and his design team who have the know-how to help create
your dream home; and be 21 years of age or older.” That’s a tall order, but that’s not all! You’ll also need to be in a certain part of
the country. In the January 2019 casting call, it was Las
Vegas, for example. Additionally, the application requested information
about the participant, their family, their occupation, what the relationship dynamic
is like, and what their general experience is with home renovation, since participants
will be expected to pitch in. There are a lot of requirements, and it’s
a lot of money, but The Spruce reports some good news: If you’re lucky enough to be chosen
for the show, Property Brothers will handle the remodeling, design, and construction of
your home, of course, and will also contribute financially towards the overall costs of the
renovation. Sounds like a pretty good deal, right? The Spruce actually suggests contacting the
producers directly, to show your enthusiasm, if you’re really desperate for HGTV to roll
up. Those without the sizable $90,000 required
budget on hand can get a small taste of the Property Brothers experience via Casaza, a
shopping platform created by the Scott brothers that they described to Vox as an “inspiration
hub for people in the home space.” The selection of items for sale is curated
by Drew and Jonathan, alongside a team of other designers. There are even whole looks which you can shop
and, via the platform itself, hire designers to redo your own space. As Drew Scott told Vox, “The biggest thing people ask us is how can
they have Jonathan and me come to their house and help them with their home. But this is a way we can scale where a lot
more people can get that inspiration. Casaza is taking the whole experience of what
you see on our shows and bringing that to you.” If you’re more interested in Jonathan’s and
Drew’s oratory than you are their handiwork, you can hire them to do speaking events for
the princely sum of $75,000. That’s the low end of the spectrum, they might
charge up to $150,000, depending on the event, according to their talent agency profile listing. Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more List videos about your favorite
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