Icy incomes! The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City women live lavishly and practically roll in the dough. Whether they married into wealth or worked hard for their money, the Bravo women are far more than financially stable. So, who is the richest housewife?

What Is Whitney Rose’s Net Worth?

Whitney Rose’s 2023 net worth is estimated to be $1 and $3 million, according to multiple reports. The Utah native runs her skincare and beauty line Wild Rose Beauty, which was formerly named Iris + Beau. Whitney admitted to using a “large” portion of her family’s savings to rebrand the company during season 2 of RHOSLC.


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In June 2022, rumors swirled that Wild Rose Beauty wasn’t making a profit. However, Whitney quickly shut down the claims via Twitter.

“I normally don’t comment on bulls–t but I feel strongly I need to jump in here. @wildrosebeauty_ is doing great, and the meet and I greet I am doing tonight is for charity. Tickets sales will be donated to Family Support Center,” she wrote at the time.

What Is Lisa Barlow’s Net Worth?

Hey baby gorgeous, as of 2023, Lisa Barlow has an estimated net worth of $5 million, according to multiple reports.

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The RHOSLC fan-favorite founded Vida Tequila and runs her marketing company Luxe, both of which have been successful.

“Tequila is for sipping. I have always been infatuated with tequila, which is why I founded the company over a decade ago. The brand embodies me; my lifestyle in a bottle. It tastes as amazing as it looks in the bottle,” she told E! News in September 2021.

During season 2, Lisa ruffled feathers after she claimed to be “richer” than her castmates. After the episode aired, the Bravolebrity cleared up her bold statement during the RHOSLC After Show in February 2022.

“The whole point of saying that is I don’t need to be here. I have a good life. I worked really hard for my life. I can leave here, and I can never be a part of this again and I’m good … It wasn’t to insult anyone. I went on an apology tour the next day. I mean, I don’t regret saying that. I’ve worked hard, and at this point, I’d had enough,” she explained. “I literally hit my boiling point. I was like, I’m done. And if that offended anyone, whatever. I said what I said.”

What Is Heather Gay’s Net Worth?

As of 2023, Heather Gay has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million, according to multiple reports. Heather owns a Salt Lake City-based medspa called Beauty Lab + Laser, which is rather successful. The TV personality also married into extreme wealth as her ex-husband, Bill Gay, had a tight family connection with late film producer Howard Hughes.

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“Howard Hughes comes in, hires my grandfather-in-law as his driver and henchman,” she told Distractify in March 2021. “Howard Hughes loved the Mormons, and when he passed, the Gay family inherited a huge portion of his estate. The Gay family is worth billions, so I basically married into Mormon royalty.”

Heather released her book titled Bad Mormon in February 2023, and sales seemingly went well as she bought a new home, as seen in season 4.

What Is Meredith Marks’ Net Worth?

Who Is the Richest ‘RHOSLC’ Cast Member? Find Out the Housewives' Net Worths and How They Make Money
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Meredith Marks has an estimated 2023 net worth of $1 million, according to multiple reports. The housewife launched her self-titled fashion line in 2009 and her designs have been on the backs of celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Rihanna and Courteney Cox. Meredith also owns her luxury jewelry line that offers beautiful stone and diamond pieces.

What Is Angie Katsanevas’ Net Worth?

Angie Katsanevas has an estimated 2023 net worth of $5 million. The successful hairstylist made money moves throughout her career, leading her to open her first shop in 1999 and now owns more than 10 salons across the United States.

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“We started to create this demand of people who wanted to work with us … in the first location when we expanded it was because we were bursting at the seams with a waiting list of people who wanted to work there,” Shawn previously told Hair by ​L’Oréal. “That’s when we went on to the second location and so on. We never opened without the demand being there.”

What Is Monica Garcia’s Net Worth?

In 2023, Monica has an estimated net worth of $300,000 to $1 million. After filing for divorce from her ex-husband, Mike, the reality star launched her infant swaddle brand, Brea Baby.

Monica joined the RHOSLC cast during season 4 and shocked fans that she was not only Jen Shah’s former assistant, but helped the FBI put her behind bars.

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“Jen had fired her assistant and I stepped in to help her. And one night, Jen asked me, ‘Do you want to be rich? Do you want to make $600,000 a year? All you have to do is put this, this, and this in your name.’ I remember being so weirded out – It was very bizarre,” Monica said during the season 4 premiere interview. “I have a friend in the Secret Service, and I called him, and he said, ‘Get the f–k away from Jen Shah, she’s going to prison.’ And she was arrested two months later. And that is how I became a witness.”

What Is Jen Shah’s Net Worth?

As of 2023, Jen Shah has an estimated net worth of $300,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Her legal forms of income come from the handful of businesses she runs. Jen has founded XA Fashion, Shah Beauty and The Real Shah Lashes. However, the reality star’s ongoing legal troubles may affect her financial status.

Jen was arrested on March 30, 2021, for fraud as a part of a nationwide money laundering scheme. She initially pleaded not guilty and profusely maintained her innocence. However, Jen changed her plea to guilty on July 11, 2022.

“In 2012 to March 2021 in the Southern District of New York and elsewhere I agreed with others to commit wire fraud,” she told Judge Sidney Stein in a prepared statement. “I knew this was wrong. I knew many people were harmed and I’m so sorry.”

She was sentenced to 78 months in prison on January 6, 2023.