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Joanna Gaines Wiki/Biography
Joanna Gaines, born on the 19th of April 1978, and is an American television personality who became famous from appearing in the reality television series “Fixer Upper”, alongside her husband Chip Gaines.
So how much is Gaines’ net worth? As of late 2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be over $8 million, acquired from her years as an entrepreneur and host of the previously mentioned television show, during a career which began 20 years ago in the late 1990s.
Joanna Gaines (TV host) Net Worth $8 Million
Born in Kansas, Gaines lived a simple life, very distant from the fame she is experiencing now. She attended Baylor University, earning a degree in Communications and later on moved to New York to finish her internship.
After her time in New York, Gaines went back home and helped with her father’s automobile shop, and it was during this time that she met her now husband, Chip Gaines.
In 2003 the Gaines opened Magnolia Market, a small boutique where they sold various items and goods for the home. When their family started to grow bigger, the two decided to discontinue Magnolia Market for a while, and focus on their other business, Magnolia Homes, which is a construction business; Chip took care of the construction while Gaines focused on the design, with the goal of “making Waco beautiful one home at a time.” Magnolia Homes became the major source of their net worth, and also led to their apparent stardom.
Gaines and her husband started flipping houses, where they buy, remodel and then sell a home, hopefully for a profit. In 2013, they were approached by the network HGTV after it saw the before and after pictures of their work, and offered them their own reality television show following their projects around Waco.
In May 2013, Gaines together with Chip began appearing in “Fixer Upper”, which features them and another couple eyeing the buying of a home. Once the couple chooses their desired home, Chip will start the construction and she will manage the design. Their chemistry paired with their eye for renovation and design made their show one of the most popular on the network.
After the success of “Fixer Upper”, Gaines and Chip decided to reopen Magnolia Market. In 2016, the two also wrote a book entitled “The Magnolia Story”, where they shared their humble beginnings from their childhood to the most memorable and most challenging projects they’ve handled as contractor and designer.
In March 2017, a spin-off from “Fixer Upper” entitled “Fixer Upper: Behind the Design” began airing on HGTV. The show revolves around the design process of Gaines, and how she executes her plans in the homes they renovate. The success of her shows helped tremendously in boosting her net worth.
Today, Gaines together with her husband continues to manage their businesses, Magnolia Market and Magnolia Reality. They also announced that the fifth season of “Fixer Upper” will be its last.
In terms of her personal life, Gaines has been married to Chip for over 14 years and together they have two daughters and two sons.
|Full Name||Fixer Upper|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||19 April, 1978|
|Place Of Birth||Kansas, United States|
|Profession||Designer, Businesswoman, Television host, TV reality show personality|
|Education||Baylor University, Waco, Texas, U.S.|
|Spouse||Chip Gaines (m. 2003)|
|Children||Drake Gaines, Ella Rose Gaines, Emmie Kay Gaines, Duke Gaines|
|Parents||Nan Stevens, Jerry Stevens|
|Movies||Extra (2017), Harry (2016), The Insider (2016), The Chew (2016), HGTV Insider (2015, TV Series documentary), Inside Edition (2018, documentary)|
|TV Shows||Fixer Upper (HGTV show, 2013-2017), Entertainment Tonight (2016-2017, TV Series), CBS News Sunday Morning (2016), Celebrity Page (2017), Today (2015-2017)|
|Fixer Upper||2013-2016||TV Series||Herself - Host|
|HGTV Insider||2014||TV Series documentary||Herself|