Elizabeth Warren and her husband are worth an estimated $12 million. Here's a look at the lifestyle, finances, and real-estate portfolio of one of the leading Democratic presidential candidates.
- Elizabeth Warren, one of the leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, and her husband have a $12 million fortune, according to Forbes.
- Most of the couple's wealth is held in retirement accounts and real estate.
- The Massachusetts senator and her husband own two homes: a house in Cambridge worth about $3 million and an $800,000 condo in Washington, DC.
- In addition to her $174,000 senator's salary, Warren has made hundreds of thousands of dollars from book royalties.
- Prior to becoming a senator in 2013, Warren made her money teaching, writing, consulting, and through investments.
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Elizabeth Warren is one of the leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.Warren was ranked No. 1 in Insider's recent "Power Ranking" of who has the best chance of becoming the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.Advertisement
The 70-year-old former law professor has been surging across multiple polls in support, favorability, enthusiasm, and perceived electability.
Warren and her husband have an estimated combined net worth of $12 million, according to Forbes. Most of their wealth is held in retirement accounts and real estate. The senator has also brought in hundreds of thousands from book royalties.A spokesperson for Warren didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.
Read on for an in-depth look at Warren's wealth, assets, real estate, and lifestyle.
Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren is one of the leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
The 70-year-old former law professor has been surging across multiple polls in support, favorability, enthusiasm, and perceived electability.Advertisement
Warren's 2017 financial disclosures placed her net worth between $4.6 and $10.6 million, Business Insider previously reported. Today, Forbes estimates her and her husband Bruce Mann's combined net worth to be $12 million.
Warren has been married to Bruce Mann, a professor at Harvard Law School, for almost 40 years.Advertisement
Mann would be the first male presidential spouse if Warren were elected president.
The couple's primary residence is a Victorian-style house in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that they bought in 1995 for $447,000, per Forbes.Advertisement
Warren and her husband live with their golden retriever, Bailey, who is sometimes seen at campaign events.
The couple also owns a two-bedroom condo in Washington, DC, that they bought for $740,000 in 2013.Advertisement
Before she became a senator in 2013, Warren made money teaching, writing books, and consulting.
After she became a senator in 2013, Warren stopped her consulting work, but she went on to bring in hundreds of thousands in book royalties.Advertisement
In 2017, Warren and her husband reported an income of $913,000, according to Newsweek.
While Warren and her husband are reportedly millionaires, their fortune doesn't come close to placing them among the "ultra-millionaires" the senator plans to tax if she becomes president.Advertisement
Compared to other Democratic presidential candidates, Warren's net worth falls on the higher end — but she's far from the richest candidate.
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