Inside Khloe Kardashian’s $60M Net Worth — from her $17M California mansion to her $25M clothing line

WEALTH runs in the Kardashian family.

From matriarch Kris Jenner’s $190 million net worth to youngest daughter Kylie’s $700 million net worth, every member of the celebrity family has made a name and a brand for themselves.

Khloe Kardashian arrives at the Met Gala on May 2, 2022


Khloe Kardashian arrives at the Met Gala on May 2, 2022Credit: Doug Peters / Alamy Live News

The youngest of the original Kardashian siblings, Khloe has amassed less money than her older sisters, but her wealth is nothing to scoff at.

Though she may not spend as much time in the spotlight as her siblings, we shed light on Khloe’s wealth in the latest installment of our Celeb Riches series.

How rich is Khloe Kardashian?

According to Celebrity Net Worth (CNW), Khloe K is worth $60 million and makes $15 million annually.

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Only Kendall and Rob have fewer fortunes among their siblings, but Khloe has brought in enough money to firmly place her in the top 0.1% of the world’s richest people.

Khloe, who turned 38 on Monday June 27, has steadily built her net worth over time. reported that she was worth $40 million in 2017, and in 2010 she was worth $10 million, according to Money Nation.

How did Khloe make her money?

Keeping up with the Kardashians

Like her siblings and mother, Khloe has been able to grow her brand and fortune exponentially since launching the family’s eponymous reality show in 2007.

Khloe revealed in 2019 that while Kendall and Kylie had different contracts on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, while E! ran, however, she, Kim and Kourtney earned the same amount.

That works out to roughly $4.5 million for each Kardashian sibling per season, according to StyleCaster.

When Hulu bought the rights to produce the final two seasons of KUWTK, the family’s streaming service paid around $100 million.

Khloe told Variety that the money was split evenly among family members, meaning she likely raked in at least $15 million.

Other TV ventures

Outside of the family’s long-running reality show, Khloe also made money from several separate small-screen ventures.

She teamed up with Kourtney for two short-lived reality shows and also had short shows with Kim and ex-husband Lamar Odom.

From 2007 to 2016, Khloe appeared in more than 400 TV episodes, more than half of which were by KUWTK, according to Money Nation.


Aside from television, Khloe launched a clothing brand called Good American with Emma Grede, who also founded SKIMS with Kim.

According to Fortune, Good American is on track to surpass $200 million in total revenue this year.

In the six years since Khloe founded the company in 2016, Good American has generated $150 million, meaning the brand makes $25 million annually.

Khloe often posts ads for Good American products on her social media pages


Khloe often posts ads for Good American products on her social media pagesPhoto credit: Instagram

The Kardashian sisters also created a joint venture, DASH Boutique, which grew as the family’s fame grew and now has locations in Miami, New York City, and Los Angeles, according to Cheat Sheet.


Khloe also earns a significant portion of her income from branding, endorsements, and sponsorships.

She is notorious among her sisters for doing business with many different brands.

Khloe has promoted big names like Zara as well as a wide range of lesser-known health and lifestyle products on Instagram over the years.

One of her most notable collaborations came with a sister, as according to BeautyMone, Khloe has launched three collections through Kylie Cosmetics.

How does Khloe spend her money?


Khloe has bought and sold a number of expensive properties, maintained several homes while selling for a profit.

For example, Khloe bought homes in Cleveland and Los Angeles for approximately $5.95 million and later sold those properties for a combined $8 million.

In 2014, after her split from Odom, Khloe bought Justin Bieber’s home for $7.2 million.

After renovating the home, Khloe sold it for $15.5 million in 2020, according to CNW.

According to The Richest, her current primary residence is a $17 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California.


Khloe has a four-year-old daughter, True, with ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and she’s not afraid to spoil her.

Two of Khloe’s biggest gifts to True were a $12,500 backyard playhouse and a $2,000 toy Bentley, according to TheThings.

In fact, True has her own miniature parking garage to store all the toy vehicles Khloe bought.

Khloe also reportedly spent $8,000 on balloons for True’s first birthday party, when she filled a room with colorful balloon arches.

Khloe’s generosity within her family extends beyond her own children — CheatSheet reported that she gave Stormi, Kylie’s daughter with Travis Scott, a $2,000 custom Louis Vuitton handbag in 2020.


Khloe rolled on camera in a nearly quarter-million-dollar ride on a May 2022 episode of The Kardashians


Khloe rolled in front of the camera in a nearly quarter-million-dollar ride on a May 2022 episode of The KardashiansPhoto credit: Hulu

Like many of her family members, Khloe owns an impressive collection of high-priced rides.

She recently showed off a new $230,000 Lamborghini SUV on an episode of The Kardashians.

In total, Khloe has more than $3 million worth of wheels, including four Rolls-Royce models, a Ferrari and a Porsche, according to Style.

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