This Real Housewives franchise follows the lives of the most fabulous residents of Salt Lake City, a picturesque snow-capped town.
They use the huge audience to promote their brands, as do many housewives. However, this Bravo show has a bit more controversy than others, with rumors of cults, favors in exchange for business advancement and an arrest!
There is no doubt that the Housewives live enviable lives, with their luxurious homes, fancy cars, and enviable wardrobes full of the latest labels. What was the secret to the ladies’ wealth?
Jenny Nguyen’s net worth was estimated to be $3 million thanks to the multiple medical spas she owned. She decided to sell them in order to focus solely on her children.
Jennie is married to chiropractor Dr. Duy Tran, who founded his own Murray, Utah practice, HealthQuest Chiropractic, in 1992. He also works as a health advisor on the local Good Things Utah morning show, has served on the Board of Directors and as the Chairman of Ambassadors for the Murray Chamber of Commerce, and taught as a professor at the University of Utah.
In spite of a successful career in real estate, Meredith Marks’ self-titled, high-end jewelry line became a success.
A lucrative business has ostensibly contributed to her personal wealth of approximately $1 million. Many A-list celebrities have worn Marks’ pieces, including Rihanna and Charlize Theron. A successful career in merchandising is also held by her husband.
Lisa Barlow owns a tequila brand called Vida and a marketing company called Luxe.
The company’s website describes them as “an all-inclusive marketing, branding, and business development firm committed to providing elegant and effective cross-industry services.”
Her $5 million net worth has been attributed to two entrepreneurial projects. Her co-star Seth Marks used the phrase Mormon 2.0 when asked about her Mormon status (alcohol is frowned upon).
Heather Gay left the Mormon Church after her divorce despite being a descendant of the original pioneers.
She founded Beauty Lab + Laser after divorcing, a cosmetics and beauty treatment center. A successful medical spa has led to her earning an estimated net worth of almost $2 million.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Heather explained in a recent interview that her business has reached new milestones. Due to Zoom calls, people are staring at their flaws all day long, she said. ” We’ve doubled our business since last year, and we’re looking forward to expanding. We want to keep injecting botox and filler into people’s faces and lips.”
The owner and founder of Lunatic Fringe salons, which she opened with her husband in 1999, is Jen Shah’s newest enemy, Angie K . The salon has locations in Idaho and Ohio as well as Salt Lake City .
According to their website, “the couple started their journey in a 700 square foot salon in Salt Lake City.”. Today, the brand has nine locations.
When it comes to her wealth, former housewife Mark Crosby has an interesting story to tell. Mary inherited the family’s empire, which includes churches, restaurants, and several properties, after her grandmother passed away.
Mary’s grandmother stipulated that her granddaughter had to marry her husband, Robert, in order to inherit the multimillion-dollar fortune. It has been suggested that Crosby’s religion may be a cult because of her wealth. Mary was accused of frightenng her congregation into submission and encouraging a churchgoer to re-mortgage his house for $300 thousand for the church.
Jen Shah is facing financial difficulties following her arrest for fraud as part of a nationwide money-laundering scheme.
She lived a luxurious life with a vast team of assistants called the Shah Squad in the first season. She said she worked in telemarketing and founded three companies: XA Fashion, Shah Beauty, and The Real Shah Lashes.
In addition to owning Iris+Beau, Whitney Rose advocates healthy living through her line of natural skincare products. According to the brand’s website, it aims to provide “clean, natural products for a healthy lifestyle”.
Whether you need skin hydration, a spa experience at home, or a more intensive anti-aging regimen, we’ve got you covered.”
According to reports, her skincare brand has increased her net worth to $3 million. Justin is the chief sales officer of LifeVantage, which sells dietary supplements directly to consumers. Previously, he worked for companies like Shaklee, Nu Skin, and Melaleuca.