Mauricio Umansky net worth: Mauricio Umansky is a Mexican real estate developer and reality television personality who has a net worth of $30 million. Mauricio Umansky is probably most famous for being married to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards. Umansky is a real estate agent in Southern California who was born in Mexico City and moved to Bel Air, California in 1976. He is currently the CEO of his a real estate firm called The Agency which sells ultra high-end properties all over the world but with an extra emphasis in Beverly Hills and Bel Air. The Agency specializes in high- end real estate in neighborhoods like Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, Malibu and Brentwood. According to The Agency's website, Mauricio has $350 million worth of property under inventory including a single house that is listed for sale at $68.5 million! The Agency represents buyers, sellers and renters of high end homes and apartments. In 2013, Mauricio was listed by the Wall Street Journal as the #1 Realtor by volume in all of California. The same report listed him the #3 Realtor in the entire United States. While The Agency has typically concentrated on Los Angeles, it has recently branched out to new areas like Palm Springs, Cabo San Lucas and Las Vegas. The Agency is even trying to form a presence in the white hot Asian real estate market. Since launching the company, his company has sold more than $1.5 billion worth of property. In addition to his appearances on The Real Housewives, Mauricio is a frequent guest expert on CNN Money and Fox Business. Mauricio and Kyle have been married since 1996 and have four daughters Portia, Alexia, Sophia and Farrah who have been shown on The Real Housewives having extremely elaborate birthday parties. Aside from the typical rich guy activities like golf and tennis, Mauricio is an avid helicopter skier. His wife Kyle Richards is Paris and Nicky Hilton's aunt.
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