Facts of Jennifer Williams Networth
|Full Name||Jennifer Williams|
|Birth Name||Jennifer Williams|
|Profession||Reality TV Personality|
|Birth City||South Orange, New Jersey|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Relation With||Cisco Rosado|
|Education||University of Maryland, Fairleigh Dickinson University|
|Date of Birth||September 17,1974|
What Is Jennifer Williams Net Worth?
The real estate broker and reality television personality, Jennifer Williams, net worth is estimated to be $25 million.
Williams' $25 million wealth comes from her flourishing career as a real estate broker. Jennifer sells upscale properties in New Jersey. According to Indeed, a real estate agent makes $64,469-$101,533 per year, with an average additional compensation of $42,000.
Jennifer has also ventured into business realms with fitness studios and online shops. She is the founder of women's fitness studio called Flirty Girl Fitness and has launched a lip gloss line called Lucid.
Moreover, the 45 years old reality star is also the owner of online shopping that goes by the moniker Classy Girl Wardrobe. Classy Girl Wardrobe has a collection of bodysuits with price ranging from $24 to $63. The one-piece garment section is mostly out of stock, and the one left has been priced at $60-$120. Outwears cost range from $45 to $120, and tops, denim, and skirts have a similar price tag.
Jennifer Williams Salary From Basketball Wives
Jennifer Williams participated in the reality television series Basketball Wives, along with her ex-husband Eric Williams, a former professional basketball. She also shared the screen with Malaysia Pargo, Shaunie O'Neal, Draya Michele and Jackie Christie.
The show revolves around the lives of women who have been romantically linked with someone from the professional basketball industry. Jennifer appeared as the main cast until season 4. After a brief hiatus, Williams appeared as a recurring cast in season 6 and returned as the main cast in season 7 and 8.
Jennifer reportedly received $300,000 per season from the reality television series along with a $40,000 bonus per reunion episode. The $300,000 amount per season Jennifer made for six seasons as the main cast add up to $1,800,000.
From the reunion episodes, Jennifer was able to rack up $280,000 since there have been altogether seven reunion episodes until now.
A rough estimation makes Williams earning $2,080,000 from the show itself; however, this amount does not include the amount Jennifer received as a recurring cast in season 6.
The 45 years old reality star has 975k followers on Instagram. She is seen endorsing cosmetic products of Juvia's Place, French sparkling wine called Belaire Rosé, brow artist, hairstylist, and many more. According to Influencer Marketing Hub, Jennifer Williams' estimated earnings per post ranges from $2,908 - $4,847.
Jennifer Williams And Eric Williams Divorce Settlement
Jennifer met Eric Williams in 2000, and after few years of dating, the two married in July 2007. The same year, Eric retired from the league after playing for 12 years.
After staying together for a decade and almost four years of marriage, Jennifer filed for divorce in 2011. Basketball Wives audience knew about the couple's marital problems, which had been chronicled during its second season.
Nevertheless, Jennifer grappled with pulling the plug on her marriage, as much as attending couple's therapy; however, the patron margarita Eric threw in her face became the final straw for Jennifer. It was also reported that she filed for divorce due to Eric's admitted infidelity. Jennifer sought $30 million in a settlement from the divorce.
Short Biography Of Jennifer Williams
Jennifer was born and raised in South Orange, New Jersey. The 45 years old reality star graduated cum laude with a degree in Political Science. She received a real estate license in 2005 and started selling upmarket properties in the New Jersey area.
While she grew up in New Jersey, Jennifer has lived in diverse places as Boston, San Antonio, Miami Beach, and Toronto. Williams has supported several charities and is the co-founder of Project Save the World, which helps to fight several different causes.