What is Grant Cardone Net Worth?
Grant Cardone Net Worth is quite large due to his real estate fame in the buisness.
His passion and endurance have lead him towards a large net worth, and a large following of clients.
Grant Cardone’s net worth is about $300 million as of 2021.
About Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone was born on March 21, 1958, in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Grant has four siblings, including a twin brother named Gary.
Cardon and his father often visited properties as a family outing, and this sparked his interest in real estate. At the age of 15, he began studying real estate.
Grant had a relatively normal childhood and graduated from McNeese State University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Shortly after graduation, Grant ended up in a drug rehab and found himself unemployed.
He found himself working in car sales and saving money.
At the age of 29, Cardone bought his first property, a single-family home, which he rented out.
After a few months, however, that property failed, and he quickly sold it, vowing never to buy another single-family home.
Five years later, he bought his first apartment complex in San Diego, and a month later he bought his second apartment building.
By 2012, Cardone Acquisitions had one of the largest portfolios of private party acquisitions in Florida.
Cardone now owns Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Real Estate Holdings and Cardone Group, which are multi-million dollar companies.
His sales programs have been sold to thousands of companies and he speaks to executives, leaders, managers and entrepreneurs.
In 2011, Cardone gained even more popularity with a short-lived show on the National Geographic Channel called Turnaround King.
On the show, he used his skills and techniques to help struggling business owners revitalize their businesses.
Grant Cardone is now the owner of Cardone Capital, Cardone Training Technologies, Grant Cardone TV, and Grant Cardone Sales University, which all amass multi-millions, annually.
His companies reportedly own and control $800 million worth of investment properties in the United States.
His multi million dollar real estate empire covers Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.
With Grant’s “be obsessed or be average” motto, Cardone Capital is sure to grow and expand further.
Cardone notes in interviews that his holdings are solely owned by him except a little less than 2% of his real estate portfolio which is owned by outside partners, including family and friends.
He keeps his company close and tight. Most of his portfolio is financed with debt from banks and investors.
He believes debt is good and money is a tool to trade for freedom.
Grant Cardone’s net worth stems largely from leveraging debt.
He pays it off with profits from monthly revenues.