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‘Property Brothers’ Book Tour Will Be a House Party

‘Property Brothers’ Book Tour Will Be a House Party


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Drew and Jonathan Scott, the identical twin real estate savants best known from HGTV’s Property Brothers, kick off their nationwide tour, “The Scott Brothers’ House Party,” on September 5 to celebrate the release of their new memoir, It Takes Two: Our Story.

“Jonathan and Drew’s House Party tour offers fans an uncensored look into their lives,” according to the promotional website — but we wanted more.

The Daily Meal spoke with Jonathan Scott about the tour, the new book, and his favorite cities for food as well as a few kitchen do’s and don’ts.

“This is not going to be your standard book tour,” he told us. He wants his variety show of “all things brother” to feel like “a party with 2,000 of our closest friends attending.”

Yes, there will be brother versus brother challenges, “worst room” fan submissions, digital room makeovers, and even magic performed by Jonathan, who is an illusionist as well as a construction contractor.

When asked what his favorite cities to tour in were, the older (by four minutes) Scott twin had nothing but great things to say about virtually everywhere. “I have memories in all the places we’ve been,” he shared, but did throw out Nashville and Chicago as places that he found particularly fun. “One of the things we ask for in each city is must-do-things as audience suggestions.”

However, Scott is more specific about his favorite cities for food. “Vegas goes over the top,” he says of the cuisine in the town where he resides. He also loved the food in New Orleans. “Beignets oh my gosh,” he marveled. “New Orleans blew me away.”

We did ask for a few do’s and don’ts from the design pro when it comes to redesigning your kitchen space.

“Don’t put lipstick on a pig,” he said. “Don’t be hasty to go buy everything last minute, because that’s when you’ll pay the highest price. Look for deals.”

And as for design do’s he offered, “Do think of how you would use the kitchen. Do think of a seamless look. Go for an open concept. Think of how you can open sight lines to add value.”

Scott wants Daily Meal readers to know that all tour-goers will receive a copy of It Takes Two: Our Story with their ticket purchase. He revealed that one his favorite stories in the memoir is one that you might not have anticipated. “It’s an unexpected story of romance,” he says of the chapter.

Tickets to the House Party Tour can be purchased here, and It Takes Two: Our Story can be pre-ordered through this link. Jonathan Scott can be followed on twitter at MrSilverScott and Drew can be followed at MrDrewScott.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner

Over the 320 different episodes that “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott have filmed, they have only had to walk away from a homeowner once in the middle of filming.

“They were trying to do something illegal,” said Drew Scott during an HGTV panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday. Scott was joined by his brother, Jonathan, and the network’s newest sibling pair, Leanne and Steve Ford on the panel.

The Scotts delved more into what happened on that ill-fated shoot. “Sometimes I think they cast people to give me grey hair, but 99 percent of the home owners are fantastic and wonderful,” said Jonathan. “And there’s the 1 percent that’s really sometimes a pain.”

But for this particular shoot, the brothers say, it wasn’t that the homeowner was a nasty person, but that he was dead set on making a poor investment that would’ve run afoul of property laws. Considering the homeowner’s career, you think he would’ve known better.

“It was a firefighter,” Jonathan Scott continued. He lamented that the firefighter was going to have fellow fireman come and help with the renovations. “Oh this will be the sexiest episode ever,” Jonathan remembers.

But Drew Scott explained that when they were house hunting, the firefighter was particularly set on a neighborhood that used to be an old landfill, and the soil was not properly attended to. “All the houses in the neighborhood were sinking. Literally sinking,” Drew said. He continued that specific house this person wanted had different ceiling heights in the front and the back. The front was a standard height. The back? “[It] had about about a 4 and a half foot ceiling.”

Jonathan chimed in that the guy wanted him to “just level the floor out, don’t worry about the structure.” He couldn’t do that, because that would’ve been illegal, he claimed.

“We ended up walking away, and unfortunately he ended up buying that house,” said Drew.


Watch the video: We got to tour the Property Brothers property (December 2022).