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“Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott discuss what, where and how you should renovate your home, especially if you’re on a fixed budget.
It pays to be a Property Brother — hgtv’s favorite twins a whopping $500 million in 2018!
Their successful efforts, including a whopping six hgtv shows and a home furnishings line, created by Jonathan and Drew Scott, the happiest of failed actors on the planet.
“There are probably fewer than 100 actors who have more than we do in our empire,” Jonathan admitted to Entrepreneur magazine. “We thought it was the bee’s knees to be a successful actor, but pursuing that would never have opened up this world for us.”
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In addition to their TV shows and real estate empire, the 40-year-old Scott twins are also published authors and Scott Brothers Entertainment, and a new attempt, Casaza, that the functions which have been decorated by designers hand-selected by the Property Brothers themselves. Consumers can buy all the items of the editors, and the brothers say that they eventually will be able to hire the designers to come to their houses and design for them.
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It is a lot of work, but the Scotts divvy their workloads during downtime on the set. Drew usually has more of that since the sale of a house is a lot less time-consuming than demolition and renovation, they note, so he will include e-mail often during the filming.
“Between the photos, we are always on e-mail,” Jonathan said. “Our team knows that we divide and conquer; if Drew has responded [to an email], not me.”
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What makes them so successful? While one TV exec said that the aesthetics of “two young guys in tight jeans,” the Scotts think that it is something else.
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“We want our company to be the easiest relationship that anyone has ever had,” said Drew. “A lot of talent on the shows of high-maintenance jerks. At the end of the day, people want to work with who they want. We have the same thing between us.”