This Is How Much Your Favorite HGTV Stars Are Reportedly Worth

Over the past few years, people have become more obsessed with HGTV and the network’s major stars. 

E! News recently looked at the most popular stars on the channel and tried to figure out who was the most sought-out of the group. Their infographic broke down the celebrities’ popularity by their HGTV spinoffs, social media following, estimated net worth (using known salaries and sponsorships, as well as a variety of other incomes or financial involvements), number of years in the business, book deals and more.

In descending order, here are the shows and their stars who have made the most, in terms of reported net worth: 

#5: “Flip or Flop” 

Tarek and Christina El Moussa have earned an estimated $4 million. 

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Tarek Christina El Moussa attend the press room for the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on April 30 in Pasadena, California.

Tied for #3: “Fixer Upper” 

Chip and Joanna Gaines are worth an estimated $5 million, but that will probably increase exponentially with all the deals and real estate offerings they have in the works. 

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Chip Joanna Gaines attend The Build Series to discuss ‘The Magnolia Story’ at AOL HQ on Oct. 19, 2016 in New York City. 

Tied for #3: “Rehab Addict” 

Nicole Curtis is tied with the Gaines at a reported $5 million. 

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Nicole Curtis attends a book signing of her new memoir, ‘Better Than New’ on Nov. 5, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

2. “Love It Or List It” 

David Visentin and Hilary Farr have brought in an estimated $7 million. 

Just strolling along in our #shades with @hilary_farr #loveitorlistit #raybans

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1. “The Property Brothers”

Drew and Jonathan Scott are worth an estimated $5-10 million, according to E!. 

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Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott attend the premiere of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ on April 19, 2017 in Hollywood, California.

As the infographic points out, “House Hunters” is one of the most popular TV shows on the channel with over 1,700 total episodes. But because it doesn’t have a star or two, it’s a bit hard to estimate the show’s worth to the network. 

HuffPost reached out to HGTV for comment, but the network could not provide specific information about the stars’ net worth. 

CORRECTION: Due to a typographical error, this article initially misstated Jonathan and Drew Scott’s net worth as $510 million; it is between $5 million and $10 million.

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