Cory and Julie want a larger home for their growing family, but to afford it, it needs to have an income property. After two failed real estate ventures, they are hoping Scott can help make the third time the charm. He helps them chose between a detached bungaloft, a county dream home, and a suburban bungalow.
Sherief, Christine, and their 4 kids have outgrown their small, 3-bedroom home. They need to upsize, but they can't afford to without an income property. Scott helps them choose between a custom home, a new build, and a suburban home.
Dan and Tania are ready to buy their first home. They want to cut down their commuting time by living downtown, but to make it happen, they need their first home to also be their first income property. Scott helps them choose between a duplex, a triplex, and a Victorian row house; then renovates a beautiful income suite.
Mike and Vita have saved up, and now they are ready to invest in their 1st income property to help fund their retirement. Scott helps this established couple choose between a semi-detached home, a retro 2-story home in a desirable neighbourhood, and a bungalow on a large lot. Scott then guides these new investors through a large, budget conscious renovation.
Bryan and Marissa have been living with Marissa's mom for six years. They've saved up and now they want to buy an income property where they can live for now, and count on as an investment down the road, all with their wedding on the horizon. Scott helps them choose between a downtown duplex, a recently renovated duplex, and a beautiful suburban home.
Nick and Karen are trying to start a family. They want to upsize from their condo, but to afford the house of their dreams, it has to have an income property. While they wait for the stork to arrive, Scott shows them a Victorian Triplex, an American Colonial home, and a Tudor-style home.
Eve and Grant have a growing family, and are ready to buy their first home, but it needs to have an income property so they can afford to visit Grant's family in Australia every year. Scott takes them to see a detached bungalow, a purpose built triplex and a two-story family home.
Stephanie and Elise have saved, now they want to use their hard earned cash to buy an income property in the city. They want to start a family and they want maximum cash flow to start planning for the future. Scott helps them decide between a condo, a small detached home and a back-split, then helps it realize its income potential.
Jessica and Aaron are newly engaged, and they want to buy their first home, but they can't afford it unless it has an income property. Scott shows them a Semi-Detached Bungalow, a Three Storey Row House, and a New Build Semi.
New parents Richard and Leanne want to start a college fund for their son. Their sister Michelle wants to invest in real estate. Instead of sitting on their hands, the trio joined forces and bought an income property. Scott gives them two options: 1 bedroom or 1 bedroom plus den, then helps build a basement apartment so their triplex turns a profit.
Alexis and Craig are freelance workers who are ready to buy their first home together. They're on a tight budget so they need an income property to make it work. Scott helps them choose between a city bungalow, a downtown fixer-upper and a suburban bungalow.
Astrid and Sheldon decided to buy a vacation property after a tough year made them realize life is too short. The only way to keep their lake house dreams a reality is to renovate and rent out the space to offset the carrying costs. Scott gives them two options: an interior facelift or an interior facelift with a massive Boathouse deck to get top dollar.
Justin Rutledge, an award-winning musician, sold his city home to move to the country for some inspiration. He now needs to renovate and rent out his waterfront cabin to help supplement his irregular income. Scott gives Justin two options: an interior remodel to cover the basics or an interior model with an exterior upgrade to maximize curb appeal.