Mohamed Hadid (Richard Hayne) is the richest real estate CEO who currently builds commercial estates, resorts, mansions, and hotels worldwide. Continue reading to find the net worth of Mohamed Hadid in 2019.
Early Life & Biography:
In November 1948, Mohamed Hadid was born in Palestine. At birth, he was given two names, Mohamed Anwar Hadid and Richard Hayne Mohamed Hadid. His parents were Anwar Hadid and Khairiah Hadid. Mohamed has two brothers and five sisters. His family belonged to Muslim American ethnicity. Thus, Mohamed Hadid ended up with dual citizenship of Jordan and America.
Mohamed Hadid attended North Carolina State University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Lehigh University. From the very beginning, Mohamed Hadid was interested in building his profession in art.
Mohamed Hadid and Mary Butler married and have two daughters, Alana Hadid and Marielle Hadid. After divorcing Mary in 1992, Mohamed Hadid married Yolanda, the Dutch model in 1994. The couple has three children called Gigi (b. 1995), Bella (b. 1996) and Anwar (b.1999). Mohamed and Yolanda divorced in 2000.
Career, Awards & Nominations:
Mohamed Hadid began his professional life as a car salesman. During those days, he restored and sold classic cars at a profit in Georgetown. Following, Mohamed shifted to Greece where he opened a nightclub where he earned well.
Mohamed used his income to begin his real estate business in the USA. Hadid was considered one of the most successful developers in Los Angeles. In the 1980s, Mohamed Hadid bought Ritz Carlton hotels of Washington and New York and created the mansion in Bel Air, Le Belvedere. Over the years, Mohamed Haid built several Ritz-Carlton hotels.
In his career life, Mohamed Hadid appeared as the ex-husband of Yolanda Hadid (divorced in 2000) in ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ television series. Also, Mohamed Hadid participated in speed skiing from Jordan in the Winter Olympics of 1992.
Net Worth & Earnings:
As of now, the net worth of Mohamed Hadid is somewhere around $160 million. Mohamed Hadid earned most of his wealth from constructing his mansions and Ritz Carlton hotels all over the United States of America.
Mohamed Hadid owns several luxury hotels and mansions. He drew a lot of attention when he bought The Crescent Place for $58 million. The Crescent Place mansion came with 3800 square foot roof garden, 40 person movie-theatre, 5000 bottle wine-cellar, an art gallery, a library, and 11 bedrooms.
Mohamed Hadid owns Ritz Carlton hotels in Aspen, Houston, New York, and Washington D.C. In the late 1980s, Mohamed Hadid bought the Ritz-Carlton hotel for $150 million. He spent $42.9 million to rebuild Aspen Ritz Carlton resort to a 292-room luxury hotel.
In 1988, Mohamed Hadid owned a real estate in California that was worth $400,000,000; the valuation of this project in 1620 L Street was worth $55,000,000 the same year. In 2011, Mohamed Hadid earned $50,000,000 from La Belvedere project. Mohamed Hadid owns a Maran three wheeler worth $45,000. After the divorce in 2000, Mohamed paid Yolanda $3.6 million and other assets as alimony.
Currently, Mohamed Hadid lives in the United States. Mohamed Hadid owns and runs the ‘Hadid Development’ as the CEO of the real estate Company. Mohamed constructs resorts, hotels, commercial estates, and hotels worldwide. Now, Mohamed Hadid is an expert in real estate property construction specializing in building massive homes in Los Angeles, Mexico, and other places.
Since 2014, Mohamed Hadid and Shiva Safai have been engaged. Shiva Safai is about thirty-three years younger than Mohamed Hadid. Also, Shiva Safai is a businesswoman and a model. In the show called ‘Second Wives Club on E!’, Mohamed Hadid and Shiva Safai arrived as a pair in 2017.