'Selling Tampa' Star Sharelle Rosado Has Made Millions Selling Homes
'Selling Tampa' star Sharelle Rosado has made millions from her real estate agency. Find out what she's worth and if she's still with Chad Johnson.
Florida real estate broker and former Army Sergeant Sharelle Rosado has a lot to be proud of. Her agency, Allure Realty, is featured in the Netflix show Selling Tampa, which premiered on Dec. 15, 2021. Founded in 2019, Allure Realty planted its first roots in Tampa, and later expanded to Miami and Charlotte.
Now, if you're like most people who've seen Rosado on TV, you probably want to know what her usual skin care routine is like (she's flawless) and what her net worth is.
When Rosado, 35, launched Allure Realty after having served almost 13 years of active duty in the U.S. Army, she admitted to CNBC, “I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. But I knew I wanted to be my own boss.” Now that the Selling Tampa alum has spent the last several years heading her own company, let's take a look how much she's made.
Owner of Allure Realty
Net worth: $6 Million
Sharelle Rosado is the owner of Allure Realty in Tampa, Fla. The real estate company is featured in the Netflix reality show, Selling Tampa. Rosado opened Allure Realty in 2019 after serving 13 years in the U.S. Army.
Birthdate: Oct. 16, 1987
Fiancé: Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson
Education: University of Maryland
What is Sharelle Rosado's net worth?
Rosado started dabbling in real estate while she was still in the military. In 2017, she started working part-time as a realtor for RE/MAX. As a military relocation specialist, she achieved the RE/MAX Executive Club status — a recognition given to agents who earn between $50,000 and $99,999 in gross commissions.
In 2018, Rosado achieved the RE/MAX 100 Percent Club status for earning between $100,00 and $249,999 in gross commissions. After founding her own real estate company, Rosado has managed to boost her net worth up to an estimated $6 million.
How did Sharelle Rosado start Allure Realty?
Rosado retired from the Army in 2019 and opened Allure Realty soon after. Over the past few years, the Tampa real estate company has grown to add an office in Miami. A Charlotte, N.C., office was later added to the mix, only further allowing Rosado's business to flourish.
Although all of the agents at Allure Realty were initially women of color, which is something Rosado says she didn’t plan on, her team has become more diversified. Gabriel Antonio currently serves as the company's chief marketing officer.
During an interview with Bustle, Rosado confessed, “I didn’t have a plan like, 'OK, I’m about to recruit these go-getter women.' But then after I started recruiting, I was like, 'Damn, I’ve got a powerhouse. These women are powerful. We’re a triple threat: We’re Black, we’re beautiful, and we’re about our business.'"
When did Sharelle Rosado enlist in the military?
Rosado is open about the challenges that she faced while serving in the Army. She enlisted in 2007 when she was just 19 year old. She had just given birth to her first child and wanted to make a better life for herself and her kid.
“On this day 12 years ago I made one of the best decisions in life. I joined the United States Army. I knew I wanted a better life for me and my daughter at the time. As I look back over the years I do not regret a thing,” Rosado wrote in a March 19, 2019, Instagram post.
But military service wasn’t without its challenges. During two deployments to Afghanistan, Rosado witnessed the deaths of some of her fellow soldiers, which led to her suffering from PTSD, Bustle reports. She was also sexually assaulted and harassed during her service.
Are Sharelle Rosado and Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson still together?
Rosado got engaged to retired NFL player Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson in January 2023. The couple shares a daughter, Serenity Paula Johnson, who was born on Jan. 2, 2022. Serenity is Rosado’s fourth child and Johnson’s eighth.
Johnson is taking on the role of stay-at-home dad while Rosado is busy with the reality show and building her business.
“I manifested the life I’ve always dreamed of and that’s becoming a stay at home dad,” Johnson tweeted on Nov. 30, 2021.