Dave Hester Net Worth 2021

Known as “The Mogul” on Storage Wars, Dave Hester has gained considerable fame and fortune in the auction business. He is an experienced auctioneer with more than 25 years of experience. He has appeared on numerous charity events and auctions and continues to make a name for himself in the auction world.

Dave Hester was born in California on July 23, 1964. He was raised around antiques, collectibles and garage sales. He started off his professional career as a bid catcher for a local auction house. He joined the reality show Storage Wars in 2010. He was a cast member of the show for three seasons. However, he was sacked in 2012, and returned in 2014. In 2015, he filed a lawsuit against A&E and Original Productions for wrongful termination. The lawsuit was dismissed in June, but the two parties settled the dispute in July.

Hester owns several businesses, including Rags to Riches Thrift Store, Newport Consignment Gallery, and Dave Hester Auctions. He also has a social media profile on Twitter and Instagram. His Facebook page has more than 96,000 ‘likes’. He is married to Donna Hester. They share a son, Dave Jr. They live in a four bedroom house in Westminster, California.

Dave Hester has a net worth of $4 million. According to celebrity media portal, his net worth is likely to increase in the coming years. He is estimated to have a net worth of $7 million in 2022. The majority of his net worth comes from his appearances on Storage Wars. He is expected to increase his salary with age. He has also recently suffered a health scare.

Hester was born in Oceanside, California, but his family moved to Costa Mesa. His father was a strict military man. He also worked as a part-time auctioneer. Eventually, he opened his own auction house. He sold machinery to military base stores in Orange County. His father also accompanied him to auctions.

Dave Hester started his auctioning career in the early 1990s. In 1996, he became a licensed auctioneer. He then started a successful storage locker business. However, he shut down his store in order to focus on his new career. His first storage box was purchased in 1986. He also attended several auctions and garage sales, but he didn’t have any real interest in auctioning until he was 14. He later began selling machinery to military base stores.

Hester’s father also accompanied him to many swap meets and auctions. His father was of Irish and German descent. He was a collector of trains and other collectibles. He started a successful auctioning business, and his business earned him a considerable sum of money.

Dave Hester’s first appearance on the show was during Season 2. However, he had a falling out with his co-stars. He later appeared as a regular cast member in the show’s fifth season. He was then fired from the show in December 2012. Hester later filed a lawsuit against A&E for wrongful termination. The lawsuit was dismissed after two parties settled the dispute.