Here's How Much Heather Rae Young Is Actually Worth

Heather Rae Young is a real estate agent and reality star with an impressive net worth.

As she and her co-stars prepare for the upcoming fourth season of their hit Netflix series, "Selling Sunset," which is expected to be released by the end of this year, we're revealing how she accumulated her earnings.

According to a report from Celebrity Net Worth, the 33-year-old was born in Anaheim and began pursuing modeling at the age of 18. Quickly, she landed jobs for a number of companies, including Carrie Amber Lingerie and DOS Eyewear. Years later, in February 2010, Young was given the honor of Playboy Playmate of the Month.

Young also dabbled in acting, appearing in "The Malibu Tapes," "Love in the Time of Monsters," "Til Death," and "Comedy Bang! Bang!" before moving on to her career in reality TV. So far, as Life & Style reported, Young has been seen on 16 total episodes of "Selling Sunset" across its first three seasons.

Amid her career as a model and actress, Young obtained her real estate license and wasted no time getting to work. As the outlet explained, Young sold a $1.5 million condo and a $7.2 million house within the first three months of being a realtor at The Oppenheim Group.

Heather Rae Young is worth millions

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Young is worth a whopping $3 million. So it's no surprise that she drives a Ferrari and has not one, but two homes in Southern California. However, Young didn't have to pay for her Ferrari. Instead, she was gifted the exotic vehicle by boyfriend Tarek El Moussa for her 32nd birthday.

Because Young works in Los Angeles, one of her homes, an apartment, is located in the area. Meanwhile, her second residence, which she shares with El Moussa, is located in Orange County, where his two children reside.

In addition to Young's real estate career being financially beneficial, her job as a realtor also proved beneficial to her personal life, as it led her to cross paths with El Moussa, who has been flipping homes with his ex-wife, Christina Haack, for the past several years and starring alongside her in their HGTV series "Flip or Flop" since it began airing in 2013 (via HGTV).

As fans of Young may know, she and El Moussa, who is also seen in "Flipping 101," first confirmed their relationship in August 2019 (via Us Weekly) after meeting at a Fourth of July party the previous month. They announced their engagement in the summer of 2020.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, El Moussa is worth an estimated $10 million.