May 19, 2019

Which U.S. Real Housewives Have the Highest Net Worth?

There are a few things we can expect while watching Real Housewives: drama, a lot of wine, and luxurious wealth. Even though some of the stars have experienced serious blows to their net worth over the years, the majority of these Bravo reality stars have enough assets to make it rain whenever they feel like it.

According to our trusted sources, here’s a list of the wealthiest U.S. Real Housewives with the highest net worth.

Karen Huger $10 million

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When she first appeared on The Real Housewives of Potomac, Karen Huger referred to her husband, Raymond Huger, as the Black Bill Gates. They lived in a beautiful home in Potomac, which they purchased for $1.5 million dollars in February 2003. But in July 2017, the Washington Post reported that her software executive husband and his company owed over a million dollars in back taxes.

They would later put their home up for sale, according to Variety, and despite the issues surrounding their income, Money Inc. reported in 2018 that Karen has a net worth of $10 million dollars. In addition to starting her own company, iKon Enterprises, which is a beauty and fashion boutique, she also gets paid to do public speaking engagements to promote female empowerment.

Stephanie Hollman $18 million


Stephanie Hollman may be one of the newest Bravolebrities, but she’s holding her own in the money department, thanks to her $18 million dollar net worth. The Real Housewives of Dallas star is the wife of Travis Hollman, the owner and operator of Hollman Inc. — a company that he inherited from his father.

The family business has been around since 1976, and they create fitness lockers for their notable clients, including the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Dallas Mavericks, American Express, Facebook, and SoulCycle.

How did their company become so successful? Well, they own a special patent on their lockers that prevents any other businesses from using their methods.

Bethenny Frankel $25 million 


Bethenny Frankel went from being a private chef to publishing multiple books on dieting and fitness before she launched her Skinnygirl brand. The Real Housewives of New York star sold the cocktails portion of her company for an estimated $100 million in 2011, according to People, but she maintained control over the name and transformed Skinnygirl into a bunch of successful products, including candy, deli meat, sweeteners, popcorn, salad dressings, shapewear, and jeans.

She also buys and sells real estate, bringing her net worth to an estimated $25 million dollars, according to People magazine.

Tinsley Mortimer $35 million 

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When Tinsley Mortimer was 18, she eloped with a man named Topper Mortimer. They quickly got the marriage annulled, but they ended up remarrying in 2002 when she was 26, according to Town & Country. At the time, Topper was bringing in the dough as an investment banker, and when their marriage ended again in 2009, Tinsley wasn’t worried about making ends meet.

Not only is her dad a super wealthy real estate developer in Richmond, Virginia, but the New York socialite has also launched some businesses of her own, including handbag and clothing collections in Japan. She has also worked as a Christian Dior beauty ambassador, bringing her net worth to a staggering $35 million dollars.

Kandi Burruss $35 million 


Kandi Burruss made a living as a singer and songwriter long before she appeared on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She’s credited as one of the writers for Destiny’s Child’s song “Bills, Bills, Bills,” and one of the most popular songs of the ‘90s and early 2000s — TLC’s “No Scrubs,” which she also won a Grammy for.

While she continues to have success in the music world, she and her husband, Todd Tucker, have branched out to launch other businesses, including multiple Old Lady Gang restaurants, her collection of Bedroom Kandi toys, Kandi Koated Beauty, Raising Ace, and TAGS clothing boutique.

Her net worth is an estimated $35 million, and thanks to all of her accomplishments in the business world, she even received a feature in Forbes.

Lisa Vanderpump $75 million 

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Lisa Vanderpump reportedly has the highest net worth of all the current U.S. Housewives. She and her husband, Ken Todd, have owned and operated many companies their marriage. By 1998, they had sold four of their London bars for 10.5 million pounds. While living in California, they’ve opened more than 25 establishments, including Sur, Villa Blanca, TomTom, and Pump. Then, they have their lines of vodka and sangria, and she and her husband are both credited as producers of Vanderpump Rules. 

As an original housewife, she reportedly makes $500,000 per season, and sources say she makes the same amount for her role on Vanderpump Rules. In total, Lisa reportedly has a net worth of $75 million dollars.

So, even if she decides to leave The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills behind, which rumors suggest she's planning to quit, she’ll be just fine financially.

Which housewives’ net worth shocked you the most? 


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