From Seasons 1-3, Mark was the victim of different jokes, gags, and pranks, mainly from his older brothers Brad and Randy, who had thought up such pranks and gags on the spot for him.
In his younger years, Mark found out he needed glasses due to poor eyesight.
On their HGTV show “Property Brothers,” the real estate agent and licensed contractor duo prove to couples in search of modern abodes that a little TLC — or in some cases, a total demolition — can transform an older, run-down property into the home of their dreams.
He and his wife, Jill, raise three boys who are racing toward adulthood.
The Taylor family often relies on next-door neighbor Wilson, who provides unconventional wisdom and perspective to the Taylors' personal and familial crises.
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One way to avoid a “money pit” is to make sure there are no major issues, such as problems with the home’s structure, electrical and plumbing.
Jonathan and Drew don’t charge for their time, so the homeowners save on realtor and contractor fees.
Plus, the network throws in anywhere from ,000 to ,000 of free appliances, flooring or handcrafted furniture.
The twins say they are often asked about the budget “norm” for renovation projects, but there is no single answer: It all depends on what you hope to accomplish.
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