Chase Chrisley: How Much Is The Chrisley Knows Best Star Worth?

Known for being the outspoken brother on Chrisley Knows BestChase Chrisley has quite the resume ever since starring on his family's reality show since 2014 — adding to his impressive net worth. Chase first started working in front of the camera when he was 17, and he shows no signs of slowing up anytime soon. Since the beginning of his reality TV career, he has gone on to film his spinoff show, Growing Up Chrisley, and has appeared on several other shows including, The RealThe Wendy Williams Show, and Steve Harvey.

Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Chase seems to have his father's entrepreneurial mentality and is venturing out into other businesses. On the family's show, they discussed the possibility of Chase getting his real estate license and helping his dad with his business. Additionally, for those who follow the star on Instagram, you may have noticed that Chase launched a new candle company in November 2020. Although he was thrilled to promote his endeavor on social media, he got slammed for putting such a hefty price tag on his product — $35 to be exact. "Whew $35 for a candle I've never smelled or can't smell before buying is tough Chase. You guarantee these are gonna be amazing?" one fan commented on his promotional Instagram post on Nov. 20. Aside from some push back, Chase was elated to reveal that he sold out of all his inventory the following day. 

Keep on scrolling for more information on how Chase funds his fancy lifestyle, as well as his net worth.

Chase Chrisley has an open mind about business

Since spending most of his adult life in front of the camera, Chrisley Knows Best star Chase Chrisley has acquired a reported net worth of about $500,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Although the figure may seem small compared to his reality TV counterparts, the grand total doesn't account for the success of his latest business endeavor, aka his candle company Chase Chrisley Collection.

Chase has yet to hit the million-dollar mark, but he's reportedly in better standing than his father, Todd Chrisley. The dad supposedly has a net worth of negative $5 million due to tax and bankruptcy issues, according to the outlet, although the figure may be outdated. Either way, it's clear both father and son can rely on TV money for the foreseeable future. "The series will go on as long as [people] continue to tune in and enjoy it, and as our family feels we have something to contribute," Todd told OK! magazine about Chrisley Knows Best.

No matter what happens, it seems like Chase will be alright. As he told UPI in 2019, "It's okay to fail."