Your city could be Drew and Jonathan Scott's next stop.

By Michelle Darrisaw
AOL Build Presents The Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott
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Interior design enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers all across the country already know and love the most famous brothers in home improvement, Jonathan and Drew Scott. The 39-year-old twins have been making countless number of homeowners' dream-house fantasies come true on the hit HGTV franchise Property Brothers. Beyond Jonathan and Drew's hilarious on-screen antics and witty brotherly banter, the identical design duo helps families renovate fixer-uppers to sell for top dollar. It's just the kind of TV show that has us all wanting the brothers to transform our mundane floor plans into fun and interesting spaces.

If watching Jonathan and Drew on their various spinoffs—five, to be exact—have you itching for them to come to your town to film an episode, here's how you can get the twosome to work their redesign magic on your residence or a home near you. Surprisingly, you don't need an "in" to be on the show yourself. In an exclusive interview with PopSugar, the brothers revealed that all you have to do is send them a message on social media, tagging HGTV and the specific show.

"There's always hope because we actually move to a different city every two to three months," Jonathan told PopSugar.

The Scott brothers just finished filming in Nashville for Property Brothers and Property Brothers: Buying & Selling. Once they wrap up shooting Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House in Los Angeles, they'll start filming in Toronto for three months. After that, any location in the U.S. is up for grabs, including filming an episode in the South.

"We've been to Texas twice," said Drew. "We went to Austin and we went to Galveston because people said they wanted us there [on social]. We love the idea of coming to new cities."

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With a little nudging on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, the Scott's could be headed to a town near you very soon. To make an appearance on the actual series or the network, head over to HGTV to get details on all the shows that are currently casting.