After years of commuting back and forth to the city, Craig and Simone are ready to leave the suburbs for good, and are searching for a downtown family home where they'll have more time to enjoy the good life. But their current property is stuck in the 90s and will need a complete overhaul before they can afford to make the switch. Enter Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott. They've got a plan for a total property facelift and Jonathan gets started with the drastic changes required to get the time warp home ready for a close-up. Meanwhile, the couple soon learns that urban real estate comes at a premium and they're underwhelmed by the pricey options that fall short of their expectations. Drew comes up with a number of solutions to stretch their budget, but ultimately it's up to Craig and Simone to decide what matters most.
With a teenage daughter and grandma just about to move in, Nick and Julie's tiny house is seriously cramping their style. And while they'd love to find a spacious property with room for everyone, their cluttered interiors and the home's over-the-top yellow façade are holding them back. The couple is thrilled when Drew and Jonathan come to the rescue, but then suffer temporary sticker shock when they find out how much the major makeover is going to cost. Jonathan uncovers another costly surprise when the kitchen wall comes down. And while sprucing up the home's exterior is a piece of cake, Drew has his hands full with an ambitious house hunt where the couple's budget and wish list simply don't add up.