Drew, since this focuses more on the realtor’s side, he gets a lot more camera time.

You get to learn a lot more secrets about how to make your home sell.

We have a moment where we’re up in this dusty old attic, and then we both vanish from on top of a grand piano and appear back in the portrait together. It’s something that you would use for commercial projects. Related Link: Tags: Buyinh & Selling | drew scott | Drew Scott single | jonathan scott | Jonathan Scott single | property brothers | Property Brothers dating | Property Brothers girlfriend | property brothers interview | Property Brothers not gay | Property Brothers single | Property Brothers women SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Get the hottest fashion, beauty and celebrity updates from the week's top stories, enter exclusive subscriber giveaways and be the first to receive the full digital version of REAL STYLE magazine.

In the last few months, I’ve been trapezing 4 or 5 times because we wanted to try something new. We actually have pictures of Jonathan doing a toe-hang.

That was a property we bought for $250 down on a $200,000 home.

If you’re thinking about it, you have to put yourself into the mind of the buyer.

If you have some old couch that your grandpa gave you when you went to college and it’s not very appealing, if you try to stage your house with that, even if you de-clutter it, it’s not very appealing.

We used the money that we had saved up to do a renovation on it, and again made a profit of about $50,000. Can you tell us what is the perfect complement because it’s about people who’ve been trying to sell their homes and haven’t been able to.

We go in and we do a light makeover on the property and stage it appropriately to sell and market it properly and get them into a new home.What is one of the most outrageous bloopers that has happened on the show so far?We were shooting one of our interview scenes where we were talking to the director about what was going on.We were shooting for probably about 2 minutes of non-stop conversation. They had filmed another real estate show there previously, so they had some contacts there already. We also work with a network of realtors in whatever city we’re working in to find families that way. Has anyone on the show been particularly difficult when you were just trying to help them out? We understand that buying and selling a home – things can get really stressful, especially for those who are living in the home during renovations, which we never recommend. The audience doesn’t get to see everything that goes on.The crew was giggling and laughing, and I didn’t know what was going on. It turns out that Drew had done the whole scene pantless. They found that we had a huge fan following in Texas, and in Austin in particular. If you go there and look under “info,” it has it all. The production company Cineflix take the first end of it. They weed it down and pick the people who they think are the best pick. That’s how we’re actually able to pull the wool over their eyes with the dream home because a lot of the families we’ve had on the show have never actually seen the show. It can be very stressful on a relationship living through a renovation. He understands that it’s not him they’re getting mad at, it’s the stress of the situation. Fortunately, we’ve never had anyone be unhappy with the final result. So much more happens when the cameras aren’t rolling. My job is to take them just beyond their comfort zone and give them something new that they would have never thought of on their own. Jonathan and my other brother JD nicknamed me “The Robot.” They say I’m all business. And myself, I’m a director and Jonathan’s an illusionist.