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What You Never Knew About the ‘Property Brothers’

In a new book, the home improvement TV stars reveal how they created buzz for themselves

When Jonathan and Drew Scott sat down to write their memoir, the brothers decided nothing was off-limits.

“We didn’t want to cut anything out of the book,” Jonathan Scott told People. “We talk about all the highs and all the lows.”

One low the “Property Brothers” stars reveal in their upcoming memoir, “It Takes Two: Our Story,” is their financial struggles.

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Drew Scott revealed he racked up $100,000 in debt while trying to pursue acting.

“I was taking acting courses, networking, and doing all the things I had to do to make sure that I was being seen,” he told the mag.

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Around the same time, his brother filed for bankruptcy. Jonathan Scott was trying to build his career as a magician, but after his props and equipment were stolen, he was put out of business.

“In the end, that experience was really important because it created the buzz for our first auditions,” Drew Scott said — “which got us on TV and made it worth it.”

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