The Richest HGTV Stars Might
Surprise You
Lifestyle - News
By KELSIE CALDERON
Jonathan & Drew Scott
Growing up as aspiring actors, real estate was a way for the Scott brothers to fund their movies, but it took them in a direction they never imagined. The Property Brothers are now worth $200 million. "It all comes down to slow motion renovations and tight jeans," Drew joked.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes' career started with his own construction company. As a contractor, he was consistently seeing homeowners make the same mistakes, and knew he could help them "make it right." Though he isn't on HGTV anymore, he's currently worth a hefty $30 million.
Chip and Joanna Gaines
Theirs is a true rags to riches story. When they first started renovating homes, the Gaineses were worried about paying their own mortgage; but years of hard work, a hit HGTV show, and a successful home decor line has made the Texas couple worth $20 million.
Bryan and Sarah Baeumler
The Baeumler’s original series – “Island of Bryan” – became HGTV Canada's most-watched program, and because of those great ratings, HGTV renamed their show “Renovation Island” and brought it to the states in March 2020. The Baeumlers boast a net worth of $20 million.
Christina Anstead
Christina admits she never wanted to be on TV, but it definitely changed her life. She got her start as a judge on the home renovation competition “Brother vs. Brother,” moved to “Flip or Flop,” and most recently to “Christina on the Coast.” She’s currently worth $12 million.