Josh is an HGTV veteran that made our list with a nice net worth of $1 million! He’s been the host of several successful HGTV shows like House Crashers and Flipping the Block, where he talks about the hard work it takes to flip a house into a home.
Besides starring in a few HGTV shows, Josh also appeaared in several episodes of WIll and Grace, as well as Curb Your Enthusiasm. So besides being a successful contractor, you could also say he's an actor!
If you’re an HGTV junkie like us, you’ve definitely seen Sabrina a time or two at least! She’s one of the networks prime time designers, and she took her time on TV and launched a very successful brand! She’s definitely become a guru in all things design, and that’s how she made our list with a stunning $2 Million!
Sabrina found her passion for interior design along with her mother. Her design work prominently finds ways to mix expensive luxury peices with affordable elements to make a cozy and unique home.
David Bromstad hit it big when he took home the million-dollar grand prize from season 1 of HGTV’s Design Star. He later went on to host his own show called My Lottery Dream Home helping millionaires, like him, find their first new home after winning big! He’s now worth over $2 Million.
David originally wanted to be a Disney animator, not an interior designer. However, he was unfortunately laid off from Disney. That's when he picked up interior design and started his own company, Bromstad Studios, creating fantasy bedrooms for kids!
Vern is Design Star judge that has continued his design career both on HGTV and other networks! Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Vern has enjoyed a successful career as one of the industries most beloved designers and hosts, earning him a solid $3 Million.
After his time on Design Star, Vern hosted an HGTV special called Urban Oasis where he designed a Chicago loft that was given away to a lucky winner!
Jillian isn't a newbie when it comes to being on TV. In fact, before starring as the other half of Love It or List It Vancouver, she was on The Bachelorette. Since partnering with HGTV, Jillian has launched several endeavors, earning her a substantial $3 million.
In 2016 Harris even won a Leo Award for Best Host in an Information or Lifestyle Series for her time on Love It or List It Vancouver!
Scott McGillivray lived his show Income Property in real life! He started flipping homes into rental properties at only 25 years old! In fact, he had over 25 properties by that time. Scott took his experience and started helping others, making him worth millions. $4 million, to be exact.
Genevieve is another HGTV veteran whose years in the industry have paid off. She’s made several appearances on television, but you may know her best as one of the judges of HGTV Design Star and her own show Dear Genevieve. It’s no wonder she’s taking it easy now, because she’s worth over $5 Million.
Being on TV was not on David’s radar, but after climbing the ladder as a successful real estate agent, it’s no shocker that HGTV called and asked him to audition for their new show Love It or List It. Turns out, he was destined to be a star, along with superstar designer and co-host Hilary Farr! The show provided a pretty hefty paycheck, and combined with his real estate career, David amassed a surprising $6 Million.
Erin and Ben Napier
Discovered on Instagram, down home couple Erin and Ben Napier are recent additions to the HGTV family. Their quick rise to fame earned them a net worth of $5 Million, but that doesn’t mean they’ve lost their down-to-earth charm! You can watch this power couple on HGTV’s Home Town, where they help incoming residents find homes in their hometown of Laurel, Mississippi.
Egypt Sherrod comes from a long line of real estate investors. She quickly discovered that the secret to long-term wealth was in real estate. She started flipping houses and eventually got her license. When she had the opportunity to have her own show on HGTV, Property Virgins, she finally felt like it was her time to shine, and she was right. She now has a net worth of over $6 million!
Nicole started out just like the rest of us, making minimum wage at a Banana Republic. Her hard work and house flips landed her a whopping $7 million net worth. She wants us all to know that getting there wasn’t easy, and before starring in her HGTV renovation show, Rehab Addict, life wasn’t easy!
Love It or List It co-host Hilary Farr was destined for show business as a budding actress. However, she found a new love that paid the bills--interior design! After living in and renovating a few houses, Hilary figured out that she not only had a knack for being on camera but also could design jaw-dropping spaces for even bigger paychecks. She’s now worth an estimated $8 million dollars.
Tarek El Moussa
Tarek El Moussa was your typical unsuspecting real estate agent that got into flipping houses when the market crashed in 2008. He truly made lemons into lemonade because he launched a profitable career with HGTV, landing him a net worth of $10 Million.
Surprisingly, Candice Olson started out with her eyes set on a medical career. However, after she graduated college, she found her true talent in interior design! Candice is an HGTV veteran with two shows under her belt, Divine Design and Candice Tells All. Now, she has partnered with HGTV to launch her collection, earning her a hefty net worth of $10 million!
Christina told us on Instagram “TV changed my life,” and she’s not wrong. After starring as a judge on the competition show Brother vs. Brother, Christina was offered a show with her then-husband on HGTV. Ever since, her house flips have scored her a net worth of $12 million dollars! Get it girl!
Canadian contractor Bryan Baeumler has starred in several HGTV shows including Renovation Island and Leave it to Bryan. So, it’s no surprise that he made it on our list with a nice $20 Million. It just goes to show that hard work and dedication really pays off, and then some.
Chip & Joanna Gaines
Chip and Joanna started from the bottom and built an entire empire from their HGTV Show, Fixer Upper. Worth an estimated combined $20 million, these two hard-working folks have expanded their brand to multiple home decor lines through their very own Magnolia Market.
HGTV veteran Mike Holmes hasn’t made an appearance on TV in quite a while, but that doesn’t mean he’s exempt from our list! Currently worth an estimated $30 million, he remains one of the wealthiest people to ever be on the network. That “Make it Right” motto sure pays the bills!
Jonathan and Drew Scott
Real estate wasn’t even on the “Property Brothers” radar until they needed a way to pay for their movie production budget. However, after buying their first house for $250 and selling it for $50,000, the two found an opportunity that was too good to pass up. Now, they’re worth a combined $200 million dollars!