What is Nicole Curtis's net worth? 'Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue' star won ownership over Detroit home

Nicole has a deep abiding love and the passion for preserving historic homes that are set to be destroyed

What is Nicole Curtis's net worth? 'Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue' star won ownership over Detroit home
Nicole Curtis has made a name for herself when it comes to fixing old homes (HGTV)
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DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Nicole Curtis is a millionaire reality television star, licensed realtor, interior designer, and interior designer. Nicole has amassed a sizable fortune as a result of her association with HGTV for over a decade.

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Nicole Curtis is best recognized for her role as the host of HGTV's 'Rehab Addict.' She does, however, have many more professional identities that contribute to her overall success not only in show business but also in the real estate biz. Nicole is a house restoration specialist, interior designer, and author.

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Her HGTV show started in 2010 and ran until its termination in 2018. But now Nicole Curtis is back and ready to continue the massive makeover of a historic lake home that she began nearly a decade ago in 'Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue.' She is a fan-favorite owing to her amazing abilities and a keen eye for homes with the potential to be transformed into valuable real estate assets.

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What is Nicole Curtis's net worth?

Nicole spent 12 years cleaning houses and 5 years bartending at Hooters before becoming a TV celebrity. She then entered the real estate industry, becoming a licensed realtor and real estate agent. She formerly worked as a real estate agent with Edina Realty. One of her early remodeling jobs required her to renovate historic homes in Minneapolis while still running an antique shop. Nicole quickly acquired an interest in working on houses built during WWII and restoring them to their former beauty.

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Her expertise is locating houses that were previously the most attractive in the community and restoring them to their former splendor with low-cost methods such as purchasing items from discount stores, flea markets, and used item shops. Nicole is particularly interested in preserving historic homes that are set to be destroyed. Her effort caught the attention of the media, which led to her appearance on the DIY program 'Sweat Equity.' Following that, Nicole was given the reins of her own program, 'Rehab Addict,' which ended in 2018.

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The show grew in popularity and contributed significantly to her net worth. Nicole's duties as a real estate investor, interior designer, and mother are all depicted in the show. Nicole opted to leave the program after 113 episodes aired over eight seasons in 2018. She subsequently said "I was completely burned out," to People Magazine. "There was so much time in those ten years where I didn't get to enjoy it at all. I was stressed out ." Nicole returned to HGTV in early 2021 with 'Rehab Addict Rescue,' for which she will serve as an executive producer. Nicole Curtis Home, a collection of home restoration basics such as paint sprayers, stud finders, and removable wallpapers, debuted in 2015. Nicole co-hosted HGTV's renovation competition series 'Beach Flip' in 2015, and she participated in 2014 on artist Daryl Hall's DIY Network show 'Daryl's Restoration Over-Hall.' In her forthcoming series, 'Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue,' she lifts and stretches her way to transforming a historic lake cottage into the biggest house on the lake.

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Curtis was the president of Nicole Curtis Design Company from 2000 to 2012. She has been a real estate agent with Keller Williams Integrity Realty since 2012, in addition to hosting her show simultaneosly. The corporation is headquartered in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. She is also the author of 'Better Than New: Lessons I’ve Learned from Saving Old Homes (and How They Saved Me),' a New York Times and USA Today best-selling book.

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Nicole paid $17,000 for a Detroit house in 2017, and after spending $60,000 on renovations and other fees, she learned that the individual who sold her the home was not the owner. The mansion is really held by the Detroit Land Bank Authority, which planned to relist it in early 2021. Nicole sued the group in March 2021, requesting that she either keep the home or be compensated for it. In 2021, she won the legal battle and gained ownership of the Detroit home.

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Nicole's company is also growing and prospering. Nicole Curtis' net worth as of October 2022 is expected to be over $8 million, including revenues from her program, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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HGTV's 'Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue' premieres on November 3, 2022, at 9/8c

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