How much are the Property Brothers worth? HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott’s wealth explored! (edited)
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How much are the Property Brothers worth? HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott's wealth explored! (edited)

HGTV’s Property Brothers hosts Drew and Jonathan Scott are lately blessing their fans with brand new episodes of the show every Wednesday.

The identical twins who hail from Vancouver British Columbia, Canada, are two of reality TV’s biggest stars, in the home improvement genre.

Lately their show Property Brothers: Forever Home is airing on HGTV every Wednesday at 8|7c (8 p.m. Eastern Time; 7 p.m Central time).

Their show’s wild success has catapulted them to fame. They are also set to host and star in season 2 of Celebrity IOU, which will feature a new celebrity guest every episode.

Celebrity guests like Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow will accompany Drew and Jonathan in season 2 as they reform houses and make them beautiful.

The Property Brothers’ success in reality TV has made many wonder how much their net worth is!

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How much are the Property Brothers worth?

  • Celebrity Net Worth portal has revealed that the Property Brothers’ net worth is approximately $200 million.

The brothers started collaborating to work and run businesses at a very young age.

Their first business was at the age of seven when they were producing nylon covered hangers. Both Drew and Jonathan went door to door trying to sell them until a woman reportedly ordered thousands of them.

As young boys, the duo had seen their father commonly renovate family properties. He would often hire them to build and repair fences, decks, and barns when they were young.

The property improvement bug bit the two very early on. The HGTV stars started buying and renovating properties when they were still teenagers. By making some early investments into real estate the brothers bought their first property at 18.

Following renovations the duo began renting it, thus making a profit all around.

After playing around with it for years, Drew and Scott finally started their real estate firm, Scott Real Estate, Inc. in 2004.

Finally, in 2010, they forayed into Entertainment, which had been their life-long dream. They started an independent production company and focused on filming original content for TV and the internet!

However, HGTV stars’ most successful venture so far has been their home improvement franchise show Property Brothers.

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Property Brothers family: Their Spouses and Children

Jonathan was previously married to Kelsy Ully,  who is an American WestJet crew scheduler. Kelly is also famous on social media for her travel content. The pair remained married for 6 years between 2007-2013.

Jonathan doesn’t have any kids from his marriage. He is currently dating actress Zooey Deschanel.

Drew on the other hand is married to Linda Phan.

The pair tied the knot in 2018 and she is currently involved in the Scott family business. She also an architectural and real estate background like Drew.

The pair does not have any kids yet!

How many Property Brothers are there?

Drew and Jonathan have an older brother named JD Scott. The 45-year-old has appeared on-screen alongside his brothers, on various shows.

He is also the online host of HGTV’s behind the scenes coverage for the show Brother Vs. Brother.

JD is popularly also the host of All-American Amusement Parks in Great American Country. The reality TV star has worked both in the entertainment and construction business.

He is married to Annalee Belle, a make-up artist from Vegas. The pair tied the knot in 2019.

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