Scott Yancey net Worth

Scott Yancey Net Worth:
$20 Million
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Scott Yancey net worth: Scott Yancey is a Las Vegas-based home flipper, author, teacher and reality television star who has a net worth of $20 million. Scott Yancey is famous for his work on the A&E television show "Flipping Vegas". His first real estate deal was at the early age of 14.

He purchased a small second trust deed on a home in Studio City, California that earned him 14% interest. After a few early successes, he became a full-time house flipper. Yancey really gained momentum in real estate after hearing that you could buy houses in Las Vegas for under $50,000. Today, Scott Yancey is the owner and managing partner of Goliath Company which owns and manages many income properties around Las Vegas. Together with his wife Amie, Scott buys old houses, refurbishes them then either sells them for a profit or rents them to tenants. He has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. When Yancey is not working late hours to get the job done, you can find him in his Porsche on a racetrack somewhere on the West Coast. Yancey wrote and published a book about real estate called Go Time in 2012 and another book titled Flipping Your Way to Real Estate Profits in 2015. His education business attracts over 250,000 students per year. He has also developed retail department stores in Las Vegas, Tempe, Arizona, and Provo, Utah. The TV series Flipping Vegas aired for five seasons from 2011 to 2014 and he also served as its executive producer. Scott and his wife Amie founded Yancey Events which has events across the country including educational seminars on real estate investing.

Scott Yancey net Worth

Scott Yancey

Net Worth:$20 Million
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