Doug DeMuro is an American YouTube sensation best known for his self-titled YouTube channel which has over 1.8 million subscribers. He is recognized for his crucial skill of documenting various sides of the automotive industry.
The 30-year-old has an estimated net worth of $1 million, and his channel is best known for the new supercars he features on it.
Without further ado, let's find out more about his net worth, salary, and properties, especially cars.
Doug DeMuro Net Worth and Salary
As of 2018, DeMuro has an estimated net worth of $1 million, but there are other sources which claim that his total assets are worth around $600,000.
However, taking a closer look at his earnings from YouTube alone, $1 million as a net worth sounds very fitting.
So, according to Social Blade, DeMuro who has more than 434 million views on his YouTube channel makes $6.4 thousand to $103.2 thousand on a monthly basis.
Likewise, the source also shares that his annual salary from the channel can range from $77.4 thousand to $1.2 million.
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Since his YouTube channel is his primary career, his primary source of income is through it but not limited to it. He has quite a few sponsors who are also a good earning for him.
Doug DeMuro Properties: Cars and Houses
Before we talk about any of his properties, let's deal with his cars first since he basically makes money through them.
On his channel, he brings out a new super fancy car like Mercedes, Range Rover, and Aston Martin on his channel to document about them. It might seem like he owns the car and many are confused about how he can buy them with earning from YouTube. A user on Reddit had the same question and DeMuro went on to Reddit himself and answered his question.
He shared that he had never purchased a super expensive car and the cars seen in his videos are just borrowed from someone else.
So, which car does he actually owns? He owns a Mercedes V8 Biturbo Station Wagon which can be seen all over his Instagram. The car has a price tag starting from $106,950 which is quite expensive, to be honest.
Moving on to his real estate, it is not as readily available as his cars. Matter of fact, there is no information about where he lives or the price of his house which is very strange.
However, his hometown is in San Diego, and he just visited the place in June in his Mercedes V8 Biturbo Station Wagon.