How rich is Victor Rjesnjansky (Storage Wars Texas)?

Name: Victor Rjesnjansky
Born: 1965
Occupation: Reality TV star

Victor Rjesnjansky. Photo: History Channel, Extract/Fair Use

Victor Rjesnjansky from Storage Wars Texas on History Channel. Photo: History Channel, Extract/Fair Use

Victor Rjesnjansky, also know as “The Outsider” is a reality television star on Storage Wars: Texas.  He and his partner JoAnn are originally from New York but decided to leave due to the high cost of living.  He went to high school at Farmingdale Senior High in Farmingdale, New York.  Although they had culture shock when moving to Texas, they decided to stay.

Victor owns 31 House, a store in Tyler, Texas which sells both new and preowned items he has found in unclaimed storage units which he has purchased.  They sell items such as antiques, appliances, furniture, electronics, and tools.  They also own a clothing consignment shop located in Tyler, Texas.

On Storage Wars: Texas Victor shows his true personality.  He is charming, suave, and a fast talker.  He’s used to the fast pace of living in New York and often finds the slower pace of Texas and it’s residents annoying when doing business.  He loves buying storage units and reselling the items he finds, mostly because it lets him lead a relaxed, leisurely lifestyle where he can pursue his own interests such as boating or riding motorcycles.

From his two stores to his pay for being on Storage Wars: Texas, we estimate Victor Rjesnjansky net worth to be $1,000,000 (GBP 632,831).

So how much is $1 million dollars really?

Since Victor misses the fast pace of New York at times, we think he should invest in a special little ‘toy’ for himself.  For only $17,000 he could own the new Ducat Multistrada 1200 S motorcycle.  Since Ducati is known for speed, this may be just what the doctor ordered for Victor.  With his bank account, he could own 58 of them.  Or Victor may want to feel some speed at the nearby Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington.  He could ride the roller coaster over and over, and for just $59.99 a ticket, he could go 16,669 days in row, or about 45 1/2 years.  That kind of fast paced amusement may be just enough to make him want to slow down to a Texas kind of pace.  Nice and slow.

See also: Mary Padian, Jenny Grumbles.




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