Scott McGillivray Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, HGTV , Net Worth, and Salary

Scott McGillivray Biography

Scott McGillivray is a Canadian investor, television host, and entrepreneur working as a host and a producer on HGTV’s home renovation show income property in 2008 in Canada.

Scott McGillivray Age

McGillivray is 44 years old as of 2022. He was born on April 7, 1978, in Richmond, Ontario, Canada.

Scott McGillivray Height

McGillivray stands at the height of 5 feet  8 inches tall.

Scott McGillivray Family

McGillivray has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. Additionally, he grew up in a family of five with his older brother Andrew and younger sister Erin.

Scott McGillivray Wife

McGillivray married Sabrina McGillivray. The couple has been living under the same roof since they wedded over a decade. They are blessed with two daughters.

Scott McGillivray’s Net Worth

McGillivray has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an investor, television host, and entrepreneur.

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Scott McGillivray Salary

He earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Scott McGillivray Education

McGillivray graduated from a local high school and later enrolled at the University of Guelph in Toronto where he graduated in 2001 and was awarded his honorary degree in commerce.

Scott McGillivray Career

McGillivray works as a host and a producer on HGTV’s home renovation show income property. He has been an HGTV host in the US and Canada since 2008, starring in over 400 episodes. Scott is known for the HGTV series Buyers Bootcamp, Income Property, and Moving the McGillivrays. Additionally, he is currently in Canadian Screen Award nominee, Scott’s House Call. In addition, he is also in pre-production on the fourth season of his digital series. Moreover, Scott is the CEO of McGillivray Entertainment and McGillivray Group. On top of that, he is a real estate investor in properties across North America. He is also the co-founder of Keyspire which provides real estate investing education.

Scott McGillivray Income Property

Scott helps homeowners turn part of their home into a money-maker to help with the mortgage, on HGTV Canada in the show Income Property. He resents the homeowners with renovation options to turn their space into a legal rental unit in each episode. The show premiered in 2009 and the 100th episode aired in 2013. Income property expanded from a half-hour to an hour format in 2013. Additionally, it returned to being a half-hour show in 2014.

McGillivray comes in to help homeowners with their existing properties, renovating them for a profitable rental unit in the half-hour format. In addition to that, he also helps people buy homes and then renovate them to include a profitable rental unit in the full-hour format. Furthermore, there were several themed seasons, and the full-hour show can be seen as a themed season. The others are alongside regular non-themed ones and along with others. That focused on particular kinds of rental properties.

Scott McGillivray Moving the McGillivrays

McGillivray together with his wife and daughters bought and renovated a house into their forever home, on HGTV Canada in 2016. Where they ended up choosing a fixer-upper that they tear down due to reno costs, to build their dream home.

Scott McGillivray With Buyers Bootcamp 

Scott helped buyers renovate and flip properties instead of purchasing new properties and turning them into income properties on Buyers Bootcamp. Moreover, he helped the owners choose a property to buy and renovate, to flip for a profit in the 2016 pilot, for HGTV Canada. Scott also came on board as a partner to help renovate investment properties and flip them for profit. One season aired in 2018.

Scott McGillivray Vacation House Rules

The unique factor of this show’s Vacation House  Rules is similar to Income Property in that the homes featured are all vacation cottages. Scott and the e owners renovate properties into upscale investment vacation rentals. The third season airs with the 4th season currently in production on HGTV Canada in spring 2022.

Scott McGillivray Renovation Resort

Renovation Resort enlists Bryan Baeumler to help McGillivray turn his recently purchased lakeside resort from a total wreck into a one-of-a-kind vacation rental. That was to premiere on HGTV Canada in spring 2023. It is similar to Baeumler’s other show,  Island of Bryan/Renovation Island, in that it renovates a resort.  The show will be a 7-episode competition series, featuring 4 teams of contractor-designer duos advised by McGillivray and Baeumler, who will renovate cabin-by-cabin competing head-to-head.  So far, there’s no word yet on when or if the show will air on HGTV in the U.S. The winning cabin will get the winning team the grand prize.

Social Media Platforms

He is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 2k followers on Instagram, over 500k followers on Facebook, and over 140k followers on his Twitter accounts.

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