Here’s How Much Money the Property Brothers are Actually Worth

published Feb 3, 2018
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If you’ve ever considered going into business with family, look no further for role models than Jonathan and Drew Scott. Having found fame as hosts of the hit HGTV reality series Property Brothers, the pair really brings home the bacon. And by bacon, we mean money. And by money, we mean a combined net worth in the millions.

Property Brothers Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott have flipped their way to a combined net worth of $20 million according to

Ready to throw caution to the wind and pursue a lucrative career overhauling homes? Well, don’t quit your day job just yet. There’s a whole lot more to Jonathan and Drew’s fortune than hammers and nails — the talented siblings have money pouring in from multiple revenue streams.

For starters, yes, they have served as the hosts-slash-talent for ten seasons (as of 2018) of Property Brothers. “[When] our company took off, we were approached to do a show called My Dream Home. We mulled it over to make it [about] what we were doing with clients, and that’s what Property Brothers became. And the rest is history,” Jonathan revealed to Parade. Today, millions of viewers in nearly 150 countries tune in to watch Jonathan and Drew on HGTV.

So in actuality, their original revenue stream (and one which they continue to benefit from) was their work together in real estate: buying, selling, and flipping houses. Their success in that venture led directly to landing Property Brothers, and the show has since spawned several successful spin-offs, such as Buying and Selling, Brother vs. Brother, and Property Brothers: At Home. Also in the entertainment realm, the brothers created the independent production company Scott Brothers Entertainment to produce TV, movies, digital content, and more.

Outside of entertainment, the Scott brothers have parlayed their authority as home design experts to build a veritable empire of home-related goods. In 2015, they launched an outdoor furniture line called Scott Living. They used that as a springboard to introduce Dream Homes, a high-end (as in, price tags in the millions) extension of Scott Living offering upscale custom architectural and home elements.

If you have any lingering doubts about their versatility, let me lay those to rest: Jonathan and Drew are also published authors. In 2016, their first book, Dream Home: The Property Brothers’ Ultimate Guide to Finding & Fixing Your Perfect Home was released and subsequently shot to the top of several bestseller lists, including The New York Times. Their second book, It Takes Two: Our Story, hit shelves in 2017.

Rounding out their many revenue streams, the brothers pick up occasional special interest gigs. For example, in 2015 they hosted a Carnival cruise called “Sailing with the Scotts.” In 2017, they were both invited to appear on Dancing with the Stars 25th season. However, citing his very physical construction-work career, Jonathan declined. Drew accepted, making it all the way to fourth place.

And finally, the brothers have also begun a somewhat surprising back-up career: singing! While hosting their 2015 TV special Property Brothers at Home on the Ranch, Jonathan and Drew premiered the singles “Hold On” and “Let the Night Shine In” — the former of which reached no. 38 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

It’s no wonder these bros make bank… they’re arguably the hardest working siblings in show business.

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