Scott and twin brother Jonathan Scott competed by flipping homes in Los Angeles, with Drew making a internet revenue of $1.four million on his Hancock Park home, narrowly beating Jonathan, who made a internet revenue of $1.2 million on his flip.
Jonathan’s home was referred to as “The Home Subsequent Door,” whereas Drew’s close by house was referred to as “The Nook Chateau.”
Throughout the newest season, the brothers had every budgeted $2 million for renovations, however as flipping typically goes, they exceeded the finances. Jonathan was $40,000 over ultimately whereas Drew was $50,000 over finances.
Each made their respective homes price rather more after renovations. After receiving a number of presents on each properties, Drew purchased his house for $2.35 million, then flipped it for $5.eight million. Jonathan purchased his home for $2.four million and bought his at $5.64 million.
These have been the costliest properties the 2 have managed to flip on the collection up to now.
All through the season, it was unclear who would win the finale; Drew nailed grasp bedrooms, loos and additional house renovation challenges. Jonathan gained for his work on dwelling rooms, kitchens, visitor bedrooms and loos. Jonathan put in a pool, whereas Drew selected to not.
The proceeds from this season’s “Brother vs. Brother” house gross sales will go to Flip Up! Battle Starvation.