Scott Yancey Net Worth

As rich as they come, people in business usually have the most wealth to brag about. Million-dollar houses, private jets and a variety of other premium things usually distinguish successful business people from the rest of us. However, some are more humble than other, but it’s not about perception and philosophy this time, but rather about Scott Yancey. This 6′ (1.83 m) tall TV personality, businessman, investor, author is American. Born in unknown on the unknown, Scott Yancey has emerged as a successful business person. Graduating North Hollywood High School, this individual has received tons of awards and accolades for successes in various fields. Earning the nicknames of unknown along the way Scott Yancey was born into the family of unknown unknown. Nowadays, moving around the world and managing lots of business ventures has to be synchronised with personal time which is mostly occupied by business and Amie Yancey unknown. The total estimated net worth of Scott Yancey is $5 Million.

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Scott Yancey grew up in Studio City, California, attending North Hollywood High School. He made his first real estate deal while at the tender age of 14 – he was offered an insurance settlement of $30,000, which was quite a huge amount for a teenager. Instead of spending the money like most kids of his age, he decided to invest it, purchasing a home mortgage. This was a wise investment as it brought him an impressive 14% interest rate, which was his foundation for the personal financial empire he has today.

When Yancey joined college, he was offered a job by a real estate investment firm, where he worked as a runner – Walter J. Plumb, his boss, encouraged him as his previous three runners eventually became millionaires, and he too would succeed even though his job was collecting bank deposits, maps and documents. He went ahead and suggested that Scott get a real estate license and convert his apartment into condominiums, and then sell them. This was all that he needed to begin his successful career. He obtained his broker’s license in Las Vegas, Nevada, making a lot of money in the first year that he quit college to focus full time on real estate.

Working together for years with John D. Quitiquit and Walter, his real estate mentors, Scott Yancey gained considerable expertise when it came to buying land and selling it in smaller portions. He flipped land deals, selling lots to builders and developers for major profits. When the real estate crisis in 2007 became more evident, he decided to take a small break until things were back to normal. However, he obtained information that there were homes in Las Vegas, Nevada that sold for only $36,000, yet would rent out at $900 per month. He decided to invest his money in the city, finding damaged properties and remodeling them for profit, adding considerably to his net worth.

A&E Network TV became interested in the ideas of Scott and invited him to executively produce ‘Flipping Vegas’ in 2011. The series attracted overwhelmingly positive responses and millions of viewers, season after season.

Today, Scott is the managing partner and owner of Goliath Company, a firm that manages numerous income properties in and around Las Vegas.

Together with his wife, Scott has written several books such as ‘Go Time: How to Make Insane Money in your Market.’ These have seen him increase his net worth significantly, becoming one of the more successful individuals in the real estate market.

In his personal life, Scott Yancey married Amie in 2000, who he met her through a real estate event in Las Vegas, where they live with Tulula, their dachshund.

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  • Full Name: Scott Yancey
  • Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Date Of Birth: July 9, 1969
  • Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Height: 6′ (1.83 m)
  • Profession: TV personality, businessman, investor, author
  • Education: North Hollywood High School
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Amie Yancey
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  • Scott did his first real estate deal when he was 14 years old.
  • Scott loves to go fast on the sand dunes, in the dirt or on race tracks in one of his exotic sports cars.
  • Scott has one dog named Tallulah.
  • Scott’s real estate mentor is Walter Plumb III.


Title Year Status Character
Flipping Vegas 2011-2014 TV Series executive producer – 27 episodes
Title Year Status Character
Flipping Vegas 2011-2014 TV Series Himself / Himself – Host