Matt Roloff Net Worth
Matt Roloff Net Worth

What Is Matt Roloff Net Worth? How Much Real Estate Does He Own?

American television personality, author, farmer, company owner, and motivational speaker Matthew James Roloff was born on October 7, 1961. He is best known for appearing alongside his family in the TLC reality series Little People, Big World. The Roloffs’ everyday lives was portrayed in the show. Roloff, his ex-wife Amy, and Zachary, one of their four children, all have dwarfism.

What Is Matt Roloff’s Net Worth and Salary?

American entrepreneur, author, farmer, and television personality Matt Roloff has a $6 million net worth. Due to his role as Matt Roloff in the TLC reality series “Little People, Big World” (2006–present), which follows the Roloff family and documents their life with dwarfism, Matt Roloff, who has diastrophic dysplasia, has amassed a substantial net worth.

Roloff Farms was founded by Matt and Amy Roloff in 1990 when they bought a farmhouse in Helvetia, Oregon, that needed some work. They eventually grew to 109 acres.

Matt Roloff Net Worth
Matt Roloff Net Worth

In addition to pumpkins and renovated barns, Roloff Farms has a medieval castle, a volleyball court, a soccer field, a three-story tree house, underground passages, a mine shaft, a lake with a pirate ship, and more. Every year, roughly 30,000 people come to Roloff Farms, open to the public during the pumpkin season.

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Legal Issues

Roloff was charged with DUI in 2003 after driving into a ditch. The accusations against him were dropped after he finished an alcohol diversion program. After a Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy stated that Matt went beyond the travel lane after leaving a pub, he was again charged with DUI in 2007.

Roloff explained that he was only dropping someone off at the pub and was having trouble controlling the car because it was fitted for Amy. Due to jury misbehavior, Matt entered a not-guilty plea, and the case was later dropped.

How Much Real Estate Does Matt Roloff Own?

As we said in this piece, Matt and Amy purchased their first parcel of the 109-acre property in Helvetia, Oregon, in 1990. They bought many nearby properties after purchasing the first one for $185,000. They eventually added a variety of distinctive attractions to the grounds and constructed a 4,500-square-foot principal residence on the property. Now, the grounds consist of the following:

  • Children’s play castle the size of a small home
  • 40 foot pirate ship that features several bedrooms
  • A replica western town featuring a jail, post office, bank and barbershop
  • Replica mountain range
  • 3,600 square-foot barn

After divorcing in 2006, Matt and Amy kept co-owning the property, but in 2019, Matt purchased Amy out of her part.


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Matt listed the central 16-acre portion of the property, which includes all of the amenities mentioned above, for sale in 2022 for $4 million. The selling agent provides a video tour. Keep yourself updated with all the latest news from our website and get all the recent updates.

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