Jarrod Schulz, who is most well known for his appearances on the A&E reality TV series Storage Wars along with his wife and business partner Brandi Passante, has a net worth of $700 thousand. While that net worth puts Schulz behind some of his competitors on the show in the field of financial resources, he and his wife have refused to let that stop them from holding their own in the world of storage auctions. For those who don't watch the show, storage auctions take place when renters of storage facilities fail to pay their rent for a given period. The items in the storage facility are auctioned off, but there is a catch: The buyers can only bid on what they can see through the door. No rummaging around, and no research, because a decision has to be made in five minutes or less. Schulz is in this business as a supply channel for the business that he owns with his wife, the Now and Then Second Hand Store. Thanks to his savvy and his wife's "take no prisoners" attitude, they have managed to do well for themselves in the world of storage auctions, even though they don't have as much money as some of the people on the show have.
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Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Schulz with Stephen Kramer Glickman Pre-MTV Movie Awards ECO.