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How rich is Chad Johnson?

Name: Chad Johnson

Born: August 11, 1987

Occupation: Marine, television personality and luxury real estate agent

Chad Johnson, fair use
Chad Johnson, fair use

Chad Johnson was born in Tulsa, Arizona on August 11, 1987.

He would go on to graduate from Jenks High School as part of the Class of 2005. Following his high school graduation, Chad would attend the University of Oklahoma. He would later join the United States Marines Corps (USMC).

Rather than pursuing a full-time career in the marines, Chad would enter the world of luxury real estate. After returning the U.S. in his mid-20s, Chad became a real estate agent for Chinowth & Cohen Realtors. He made a big career transition because he understood the fundamentals of the free market and had a great deal of experience with digital marketing.

Chad’s relationship history is pretty much unknown. He has gone on many dates in his lifetime, including one where the lady became “blackout drunk and passed out during dinner.”

In order to find the love of his life, Chad became a participant on the 12th season of the hit reality television contest series “The Bachelorette.” Throughout the season, Chad has regularly stated that he is looking for a serious relationship with a woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with. Because of this dedication, Chad has been cast as “the villain” in the TV show.

After being cast off, Chad appeared on “The Bachelor in Paradise.” It was reported that he would star on the reality television series “Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?”

He enjoys camping; his favorite motion pictures are “The Notebook,” “Runner Runner” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”; and his greatest achievement to date, according to himself, is “being born good looking.”

We estimate that Chad Johnson’s net worth is $800,000 (2016).

So how much is $800,000 really?

$800,000 could buy you a single property with the real estate firm that Chad works for. $800,000 could also help pay for a production of one season of “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette.” $800,000 could also buy you hundreds of copies of all seasons of the reality series.


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