Do you currently own your forever home? Would having that forever home renovated by HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott make you want to stay there, well, forever?
Part of the appeal of "Property Brothers: Forever Home," which premiered in 2019, is that viewers can tune in with the expectation that the homeowners will be keeping these homes for the long haul—as opposed to turning around and selling them, capitalizing on the premium that the house was featured on TV. (The first episode of "Property Brothers: Forever Home" was the highest-rated series premiere for HGTV since March 2017.)
So you can only imagine our surprise when we learned that the house featured on the series premiere episode—a modest yet charming three-bedroom, three-bathroom in Richmond, CA—recently went up for sale. Naturally, we had to recap the episode and dive deeper into the story on "House Party."
Press play to listen to our no-holds-barred thoughts on the renovation, and why we think the homeowners decided to move on from their supposed forever home.
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