Here's How You Can Get Your House On Property Brothers

Are you a fan of anything and everything that the Property Brothers do? From Brother vs. Brother to Brothers Take New Orleans to the classic original Property Brothers, it seems like anything Drew and Jonathan Scott touches turns into real estate gold. 

If you're a fan of the show, you've probably fantasized about getting the Scott brothers to flip your house or find you a forever home. Well, if you live in Las Vegas, that dream is just a short application away! Currently, the Canadian twins are looking for Las Vegas-based families who are looking to turn their house into a forever home (via Fox 5 Las Vegas). As long as you meet some of the official requirements, you might be seeing your house on the next Property Brothers show!

You do need to meet a few requirements in order to qualify

If you've applied to be on any of their shows before, then you know that there are a few qualifications that you have to meet. Usually, these involve budget, location, ability to move, and so on. 

Specifically, for this Las Vegas casting, there are a few requirements. These include: You must currently own a home in Las Vegas, the home you own is the house you consider your forever home, you need to have a design budget of $90,000 ready to spend, you need to be out of your house for the renovation (and the shoot) for five to seven weeks, and you need to be available for roughly seven days of those weeks out of the house for filming. Oh, and you need to be fun and energetic — you're going to be on Property Brothers, after all!

Here's the low-down on what being on the show is like

Before you apply, you need to make sure that you know what you're expecting should you be chosen to appear on the show. Jenny Remold, a Nashville mother whose house was chosen to be the out-of-budget inspiration to show the house-hunting couple what Drew and Jonathan could do for them, says that overall, you can expect a good experience (via People). 

She said that the twins were very warm and welcoming, noting, "They are the kind of guys you'd want to invite to your Sunday barbecue. Just two very normal guys who happen to be talented enough to have their own TV show." However, she did mention that the thing that threw her off was the 7 a.m. call time and the five-hour shoot for the short, five-minute segment. "As a mother of seven children, you can imagine the panic that set in when I was told that we were the first shoot, on one of the most chaotic days of the school year," she told the outlet. 

She said they even had to remove some of their art for copyright issues and add some more interior design touches to match the "coastal living" look the producers asked for. 

While it does sound a bit wild, this could be a dream come true for somebody who is living in Las Vegas. Is it you?