Brandon Fugal Net Worth: How Rich is Skinwalker Ranch Owner?

Brandon Fugal, a prominent American businessman, tech investor, and venture capitalist, has a staggering net worth of $450 million. Not only is Fugal co-owner of the Utah-based real estate giant, Colliers International, he was formerly the proprietor of Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors. Furthermore, he is well-known for his purchase of the Skinwalker Ranch, which he bought in 2016, and kept confidential until 2020.Brandon Fugal Net Worth

Net Worth:   $450 Million
Profession:   Businessman
Age:   49
Country:   United States of America
Born:   April 1, 1973
Salary:   $40 Million (Annual)
Last Updated   2023

Brandon Fugal is widely recognised for his role on The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch on the History Channel and as the owner of AeroDynamic Jets. Fugal has been recognised with a host of titles such as Office Broker of the Year, being included in Real Estate Forum’s Top 40 Under Forty and being a Top National Dealmaker. As of 2023, his net worth has risen to an estimated $450 million.

Fugal’s accomplishments have extended beyond television; as the Chairman of Utah-based real estate corporation, Colliers International, he has managed to secure big-name clients such as Charles Schwab & Co, Inc. As an executive producer on a reality TV show, Fugal earned an impressive $200,000 in total and is projected to make over $50 million via advertisements, campaigns and various projects.

Early Life

Brandon Fugal, born in Utah on April 1, 1973, was the son of Daniel and Jill Fugal. His father’s battle with carcinoid cancer and other malignancies sadly concluded in 2021 after 17 years. Brandon has three brothers – Cameron, Patrick, and Matthew.

Holding a business degree from Utah Valley University, Brandon also held a position on the University Foundation Board from 2009 to 2017.


In 1994, Brandon Fugal commenced his career as a Senior Vice President at Grubb & Ellis. Here he stayed for three years and eight months before his work at Cypher Corporation from 2010 to 2016. Fugal’s career also consists of stints at CBC Advisors, Coldwell Banker Commercial, and Zenerchi LLC.

Additionally, he is a co-founder and board member of Texas Growth Fund IIIC, an advisor at JUMP by Limitless Flight, the owner of Adamantium Real Estate, a managing partner at Pomaika’l Partners, a strategic adviser at Xenter Inc., the manager of Evermore Park Investments, and the co-founder of Axcend.

As of April 2018, Fugal has been the chairman of Colliers International and the owner of Aero Dynamic Jets. In addition, he made an appearance and acted as an executive producer for “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” on the HISTORY Channel. Along with managing his real estate business, he is an experienced speaker and entrepreneur.

Personal Life

Brandon Fugal and his college sweetheart Lacey Anne, to whom he is married, are the proud parents of four children. Together, they founded the Fugal Foundation in Utah.

Real Estate

Brandon Fugal purchased Skinwalker Ranch, renowned for its alleged UFO encounters and paranormal activity, from aerospace billionaire Robert Bigelow in 2016 for the staggering sum of $1 billion. Its remarkable story has since been the focus of a show on The History Channel.

As a testament to his local roots, Brandon is constructing a home in Pleasant Grove, the place of his childhood, which he has no intention of leaving. Even more recognition was given to the ranch when a documentary entitled “Hunt for the Skinwalker” was released in 2018, bringing to life the narrative first described in a 2006 book.

Cars Collection and Assets

Brandon Fugal possesses a multitude of car fleets, featuring some of the most luxurious brands, including Lamborghini, Jaguar, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz. In addition, he owns a helicopter and a jet. Aside from his car and aircraft collections, his library of rare historical books is impressive.

His vast collection ranges from his earliest LDS Church printings of bibles and theological works to a Shakespeare folio and the King Charles II-purchased History of Stonehenge, acquired in 1655.


By 2023, Brandon Fugal’s wealth had reached $450 million, a sum attained largely from the sale of several lucrative real estate developments, such as the $100 million Embassy Suites/Convention Center, $100 million Cottonwood Corporate Center, $2.2 million Banyan Building, and a rare downtown property of $10 million.

In addition, Fugal had successfully brokered the sale of over 150 large-scale products and rented out 1.6 million square feet of space, cumulatively producing more than $6 billion. This financial achievement was the result of his perseverance and hard work, evident in his early years of real estate investment and subsequent appearances on the History Channel.

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