Egypt Sherrod is a real estate broker and the CEO of her own company Egypt Sherrod Real Estate Group.
Along with her husband, she co-hosts the HGTV show Married To Real Estate. Egypt Sherrod is one of America’s most well-known television and radio personalities.
Egypt is also known for her work as a Dish Nation radio host and a TV personality on series including Property Virgins, Flipping Virgins, and Good Morning America. Sherrod is also a philanthropist who founded the Egypt Cares Family Foundation and has attended numerous charitable events. According to his Instagram page, he is a contractor, realtor, professional DJ, author, and fitness trainer. He has made a fortune through a number of endeavors, and reports say that their net worths are similar. Sherrod and Jackson have a combined net worth of $6 million, thanks to successful real estate business.
As a writer and host
She is a real estate broker in addition to being one of the most well-known showbiz figures. She is best known for hosting HGTV’s ‘Flipping Virgins. She attended Tisch School of the Arts for studying theater. Her debut book, “Keep Calm, It’s Just Real Estate,” earned her an NAACP Image Award nomination, a WEEN Mission Award, and the “Pioneer Award” from Black Women In Media, in addition to being the best-selling real estate book.
Egypt also wrote “Ignite Joy: A 90 Day Alignment Planner” in 2021, with a book of the same name due out in late 2022. She was named one of Network Journal’s 40 Under 40 and has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CNBC, FOX, CNN, and HLN as the “go-to gal” for house buyers and sellers. Egypt has also appeared in Forbes.com, Architectural Digest.com, Essence Magazine, People, Fast Company, Yahoo.com, Rolling Stone, Black Enterprise, and a variety of other periodicals and digital platforms.
Egypt’s humanitarian foundation, The Egypt Cares Family Foundation, is based in Atlanta and allows Egypt to provide people with motivational and educational talks, boot camps, and seminars. The organization’s major goal is to educate both men and women about the necessity of saving money and owning a home. The foundation’s efforts have garnered her numerous accolades, including the Mission Award from WEEN (Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network) and three Proclamations from Brooklyn Mayor Marty Markowitz for her yearly coat and toy drive, “Egypt Cares Give Back Tour.” Egypt has also won the Borough of New York’s Humanitarian Citation, the State Assembly’s Humanitarian and Community Advocate Citation, and the New York City Council’s Community Service Citation.