During the premiere, Drew and Jonathan meet a family of six who are eager to sell their too-small home and buy a larger place in the same neighborhood. To help them score top dollar on the resale, Jonathan must overhaul the cramped and outdated kitchen and transform it into a functional and modern space.
“If we fix the flaws in this home, we can get a lot more money on the sale,” said Jonathan. “If we don’t, people are going to walk in and walk right back out.”
Drew faces the real estate challenge of finding the family a new home that meets the size, location and price requirements.
“This family is determined to stay in this neighborhood,” said Drew. “But finding a home for a big family is going to come at a big price.”
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