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Chip and Joanna Gaines Net Worth

Chip and Joanna Gaines Net Worth

Chip and Joanna Gaines Net Worth

Chip and Joanna Gaines is an American reality television couple working in home improvement. Stand for The Silent but strong is copyrighted, with Chip and Joanna Gaines as the persons portrayed.After a couple of years unofficially out of the media spotlight, home improvement gurus and loveable power couple Chip and Joanna Gaines have re-entered public life with gusto. Their Magnolia Homes construction and design business has grown to include their Magnolia Market shops, a restaurant, books, a magazine, a realty company, luxury property rentals and even a successful product line with Target. This prolific, creative pair worked locally to makeover their hometown of Waco, TX, but ended up reality TV stars due to the surprise hit HGTV program “Fixer Upper” that launched in 2013. Fans were heartbroken when the Gaines’ left their show in 2017, citing that they wanted to focus on their family, marriage and other endeavors. However, not only did Chip (46) and Joanna (43) return to regular scheduled programming by the launch of their new Magnolia channel on July 15, but they announced even more ventures.

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Chip and Joanna reportedly earned $30,000 for each episode, as reported by E!, which did not include the fees they received from the families whose homes they renovated. So, they could take home upward of $510,000 in a single season, but that wasn’t the biggest benefit to their new-found fame. Becoming reality stars enabled Chip and Joanna to build their name recognition and promote their Magnolia brand. An example of how this was done is that they renovated their restaurant Magnolia Table on the show and it became a huge hit. This prolific, creative pair worked locally to makeover their hometown of Waco, TX, but ended up reality TV stars due to the surprise hit HGTV program “Fixer Upper” that launched in 2013. Fans were heartbroken when the Gaines’ left their show in 2017, citing that they wanted to focus on their family, marriage and other endeavors. However, not only did Chip (46) and Joanna (43) return to regular scheduled programming by the launch of their new Magnolia channel on July 15, but they announced even more ventures.

The Magnolia empire began with Magnolia Homes, the Gaines’ renovation business and Magnolia Market, originally just a single storefront run by Joanna. The couple closed the original Magnolia Market to focus on raising their children and give more attention to Magnolia Homes. However, they reopened it in 2014 at a new location — the Magnolia Silos — in downtown Waco. The Market now includes a bakery, a garden and garden shop, and food trucks ready to feed hungry HGTV fans. The Market is also available to shop online. If you were a fan of HGTV throughout the 2010s, odds are that you remember Chip and Joanna Gaines and their famed reality television show Fixer Upper. The original program lasted five seasons and left a huge impact on the home-renovation television show scene, and further solidified Chip and Joanna's joint success for years to come. Now the stars are back yet again, this time helming the show Fixer Upper: Welcome Home on their own television network, Magnolia. (Source: www.distractify.com)

 

 

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