This season, the location is L.A.’s historic Hancock Park, and the Scotts, both 42, are given a tight timeline to find, ... RELATED VIDEO: HGTV's Brother vs. Jonathan paid … This is Drew's second win since the brothers started competing solo. The real-estate market has spoken, and Drew Scott has won Season 7 of HGTV’s “Brother vs. Brother.” Drew Scott made a net profit of $1.4 million on his Hancock Park … RELATED: Drew Scott … Jonathan and Drew Scott of the “Property Brothers” on HGTV have shelled out $2.4 million for a fixer-upper in Los Angeles. If you have an entertainment scoop or a story for us, please reach out to us on (323) 421-7515 Tune-in to HGTV on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT as the Property Brothers compete against each other for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that only Disneyland can provide. Brother' HGTV's "Brother vs. Property Brothers are back with Season 7 of 'Brother vs. Drew Scott won 'Brother Vs Brother' Season 7. Jonathan was reluctant at first but he eventually agreed to pick houses in Hancock Park because it would be the "sweetest 'Brother Vs. Brother". In each season of HGTV's Brother Vs. Property Brother Drew Scott Renovating Home in Hancock Park September 16, 2017 Patricia Lombard 4 Last week, the LA Times reported that HGTV home makeover twins Drew and Jonathan Scott are renovating a 1921 Hancock Park home, reportedly never been [more…] Scott and twin brother Jonathan Scott competed by flipping houses in Los Angeles, with Drew making a net profit of $1.4 million on his Hancock Park … He made a net profit of $1.4 million from the sale of his Hancock Park house, while Jonathan Scott sold his house next door for $1.2 million. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott are going mono e mono on HGTV Canada's new season of "Brother vs. USA TODAY The twins—famous for their home renovation and real estate expertise—will engage in an all-out property and renovation battle in L.A.’s historic Hancock Park. Club got the brothers Scott on the digital horn to talk about whether this season’s location choice was at all selfish, working with mega-stars for one of their other shows, Celebrity I.O.U., and the Canadian snacks the dual citizens always pick up when they’re in the great white north. Brother win ever". For this season, the brothers are buying and renovating million-dollar homes in the pricy Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Brother" is back for Season 7, and this time it's set in Drew's backyard, L.A.'s Hancock Park. Fans of the Property Brothers will not want to miss this special episode of “Brother vs. Brother” as Drew and Jonathan Scott experienced the magic of the Disneyland Resort earlier this year. Brother New Season Teaser. The new season of Brother Vs.Brother premieres tonight, and in anticipation, The A.V. The renovated home that turns the largest profit upon resale determines the win, with the proceeds being donated Brother “Hollywood edition” in LA's historic Hancock Park. Brother, Drew and Jonathan Scott spend only a few weeks transforming two homes. Emser Tile Seen in Brother vs.