Popular Reality TV Show Looking for Cast Members from Mississauga
Do you like reality TV?
Do you want a major home renovation?
If you do, you might be interested to hear that locally famous brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott, are looking for families in Mississauga and Etobicoke who dream of turning their house into their forever home.
Yes, you read that right—the HGTV gem that is Property Brothers is casting in Mississauga.
The show says the homeowners who will be chosen aren’t looking to flip their property or make a quick buck.
"They know their house is 'the one' and want to grow old together but just haven’t been able to put those ‘forever home’ design plans into action," says Alina Duviner, vice president, communications, Scott Brothers Global.
If you love everything about your home—the neighborhood, the amenities and the solid bones—but know it needs a little extra TLC inside and out, the brothers might just be able to turn your design dreams into reality. In short, they can make you a forever home.
Duviner says successful participants should prepare for a major renovation completed over an accelerated 5-7 week timeline. Homeowners will hand over the reins when it comes to permitting, sub trades, designs, etc.
It might sound crazy, but Duviner points out that it's a fun, once in a lifetime opportunity to appear with the Brothers on an exciting new HGTV show.
How do you qualify?
You just need to own a house that has the potential to be your forever home. Homeowners must also have a renovation/design budget of at least $100,000 ready to go.
For more information on how to apply, go to propertybrothers.com
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