Scott McGillivray Net Worth

How much is Scott McGillivray Worth?

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Net Worth:
$4 Million

Scott McGillivray net worth: Scott McGillivray is a Canadian real estate investor who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Scott McGillivray, graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in Marketing Management. He began studying carpentry soon after graduation and was first featured as part of the show "From the Ground Up with Debbie Travis". He is currently the host of the popular Home and Garden Television show, "Income Property". The program, which is currently in its fourth season, helps one family each episode, by designing and building a rental unit onto their home, so that they can better manage their mortgage payments. He can also be seen on the program, "All American Handyman", where he serves as a co-presenter, and he judges the Canadian home improvement competition series, "Canada's Handyman Challenge". He currently lives in Brampton, Ontario, and he and his wife just welcomed their first child into the world in January 2012.

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Scott McGillivray

Scott McGillivray

Carpentry, Actor, Presenter
Date of Birth
6 ft (1.83 m)
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