The Property Brothers scandals are far and few between, but some of them will shock you. Not to mention you'd need to make sure the mortgage will for sure get approved, the home inspection comes back clean, there is no addendums (like renters in the house) or even people still living there while showing the place. Jonathan and Drew Scott warned their fans to not fall for it. Yeah, standard def TV was so much more authentic. By Marika Kazimierska Apr 04, 2020. More about us. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. My grandma was a realtor for 40 years. Soon after, she received a Facebook message from a man who claimed to work for the home renovation show. My cousin was on property brothers. The clients have budgets and timelines that Jonathan and Drew have to … "I was like, 'Oh my God! Actual almost answer, needs to be at the top until actual person from the show shows up. Supposedly the producers try to find houses similar to other properties the buyers considered before they bought their house, but who knows if that's true. I'd like to know if they're genuinely annoyed when they've been shown around their "dream" house and they find out it's 500k above their budget. Well that's a hell of a lot better than "Here's 3 houses, pick one to live in for the next 20 years"... From what I understand that's actually how ALL episodes of House Hunters are actually produced. 1. He went on the show to learn that his girlfriend was cheating on him with another woman, and then to reveal that he was cheating on her with the same woman. We are currently accepting applications for moderators! What got me, and really broke any believability (not that I had much) in those shows was an episode of "flip or flop" where they bought a house that was built in the 40s and pretended like they were absolutely shocked that the house had knob and tube wiring and would cost $30k to fix. She was in charge of the food and some volunteers. There was a running theme through the episode where he would request expensive additions and the property brothers would get frustrated about how they could never do it within the budget, but in reality, he's rich af and there was never any issue with the expenditures. OMG...that means the Survivor camera crew didn't have to eat worms for dinner, like the contestants did?? Here's this though: https://www.reddit.com/r/RealEstate/comments/2i0cxx/how_are_the_property_brothers_able_to_maintain/, Some people commenting had been on the show and their comments seem to answer some of your questions. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. It was a slideshow and each slide had 20+ ads and about half a sentence on average. Thankfully they took a closer look at the official-looking contract and found a few red flags. One particular sentence took 5 slides to finish. I watch Pawn Stars" and I know as soon as they say that they are complete morons. "We want to remind you that there are scammers who might want to take advantage of your love for HGTV, so please be careful of solicitations offering free home makeovers," HGTV wrote. "I always have a cricket on my shoulder about what's a scam and what's not.". How am I going to explain this to Keith? You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. 2. '", "My first response was, 'Seriously? She wouldn't say a word against the show. ", 36 Best Pumpkin Farms to Visit This Autumn, 30 Best Fall Flowers and Plants for Your Yard, 10 Charming Country Products by Black-Owned Brands, 5 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of \'Property Brothers\', No, Joanna Gaines Isn\'t Leaving \'Fixer Upper\'.