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 house, narrowly beating Jonathan, who made a net profit of $1.2 million on his flip.Jonathan’s house was called “The House Next Door,” while Drew’s nearby home was called “The Corner Chateau.”During the latest season, the brothers had each budgeted $2 million for renovations, but as flipping often goes, they exceeded the budget. Jonathan was $40,000 over in the end while Drew was $50,000 over budget.Both made their respective houses worth much more after renovations. After receiving multiple offers on both homes, Drew bought his home for $2.35 million, then flipped it for $5.8 million. Jonathan bought his house for $2.4 million and sold his at $5.64 million. These were the most expensive homes the two have managed to flip on the series so far. Throughout the season, it was unclear who would win the finale; Drew nailed master bedrooms, bathrooms and extra space renovation challenges. Jonathan won for his work on living rooms, kitchens, guest bedrooms and bathrooms. Jonathan installed a pool, while Drew chose not to. The proceeds from this season’s “Brother vs. Brother” home sales will go to Turn Up! Fight Hunger.