Jordan Belfort Net Worth: Jordan Belfort is an Author as well as Motivational Speaker. His net worth is in the negative as he’s indebted to the tune of more than $100 million in reparative damages which were caused by a pump and dump scheme his firm “Stratton Oakmont” used to defraud gullible investors to the tune of $200 Million. While the Wolf Of Wall Street was made into a Movie in 2013, the film is directed by Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio played the role of Jordan Belfort.
He is a Classic Example of Falling from Grace. Now, he earns by doing Business Oriented Motivational Speeches, as well as the earnings of his two Best Sellers The Wolf Of Wall Street in 2008, and Catching The Wolf Of Wall Street.
Jordan Belfort Net Worth 2017
Jordan Belfort has been married twice, to Denise Lombardo in 1985, and then he married to a model Nadine Caridi, who he named his yacht later. The couple had two children before getting divorced in 2005. Since then, Jordan Belfort has engaged to Anne Koppe, who has been vehement in the press against his critics, insisting that Jordan is making every effort to repay for his crimes entirely, and should not have to face any constant hounding from the authorities and also from the press.
Net Worth of Jordan Belfort in 2017
Jordan Belfort’s finances these days are an unknown factor. For now, he is living in a balanced and wealthy lifestyle in Brisbane, and driving sports cars around the city, taking helicopter trips and living well, as far as the authorities are concerned. Still, Jordan is in debt technically to the tune of approximately $100 million, even though he is legally required to pay back a tiny fraction of that each month. His income for the last few years is believed to be from $50 million to $100 million per year, but mainly he earned through his motivational speaking and the royalties from The Wolf of Wall Street. But the actual level of his current wealth is something that he is obviously keen to avoid discussing in detail.
Jordan Belfort rents a property in Brisbane but still maintains a property in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles. It’s not quite on the same level as the palatial mansion in Long Island as he owned during the year 1990’s, but it’s still fairly impressive to behold. The Mediterranean style beachfront residence boosts about 4,000 square foot of space, four bedrooms, and five bathrooms.