Chip Gaines Net Worth

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Chip Gaines net worth:
$8 Million

Chip Gaines net worth: Chip Gaines is an American reality television personality who has a net worth of $8 million. Chip Gaines is best known for being featured on the HGTV reality television series Fixer Upper. Gaines graduated from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business. He has started many businesses including Green and Gold Wash and Fold. He hosts the show Fixer Upper with his wife Joanna and the couple has four children. Chip has remodeled hundreds of homes and has 15 years of experience. Gaines works in the Baylor real estate market and the couple runs their business Magnolia Homes. The buyers of their homes typically have a budget of around $200,000 and are willing to do $30,000 worth of renovations.

A $1 million lawsuit was filed over Gaines' TV series Fixer Upper by his former partners at his Magnolia Real Estate Company. The lawsuit alleged that Gaines bought out partners John L. Lewis and Richard L. Clark without telling them about the deal he made with HGTV for the TV series. The two claim that he paid $2,500 each for their shares but did not share insider information. An attorney for Chip said "We are confident that these claims will be found to be meritless, and it is disappointing to see people try to take advantage of the hard work and success of Chip and Joanna Gaines." As of this writing, Fixer Upper has aired four seasons and 60 episodes. The show premiered on May 2013. At times there have been rumors that either Chip or Joanna (or both) were planning to leave the show.

Chip Gaines Net Worth
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