Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin was born on July 22, 1983, making her 47 years old at the time this article was written (27 February 2021). Furthermore, because she was born on July 22nd, her zodiac sign was Cancer.
Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin was born in Slidell, Louisiana as Mary Terrell (her maiden name). Her parents were Laverne Terrell and Felix Terrell. Her mother works as a freelance consultant and is a devoted grandmother. She is from Homer, Louisiana, and attended Louisiana State University in Shreveport.
Although little was known about Mary’s father, based on her social media posts about him, he was a well-liked member of the family. Mary was actually from a large family. Mary had ten other siblings in addition to her parents. Edy Felicia was one of her siblings.
Mary also attended Slidell High School in her hometown. She grew up surrounded by art and architecture, which most likely influenced her career as a home designer.
Mary did not have a large social media following. Nonetheless, she had a sizable fan base thanks to her HGTV reality show.
By February 2021, she had 2.7k Instagram followers. Similarly, she only had 141 followers on Twitter. Mary did not have a Facebook page, only a standard profile. She and her husband also ran the Harper Raine Homes LLC. YouTube channel, which had 156 subscribers.
Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs around 65 kilograms.
Mary’s most distinguishing feature was her crop-top haircut, which she had dyed blonde on top. She also wore glasses and elaborate earrings. Her smile was also one of the most endearing.
If you watch HGTV, you already know this. Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin and her husband Jon Pierre are real estate investors. They have made a lot of money and gained a lot of respect in their field. The TJP couple, on the other hand, were not always flippers.
In fact, Mary used to be a flight attendant at American Airlines before leaving to start a home investment company, Harper Raine Homes LLC, with her husband (who had already quit his day job and obtained a realtor license).
The couple buys the worst houses in Houston, renovates them to perfection, and then sells them for top dollar. They are in charge of everything, from design and consulting to construction. They charge $150 for consultations, and staging services start at $600.
Mary’s Linkedin profile also states that she has spent the last seven years as a Business Development Manager at Black-Market Exchange.
Mary and Jon were chosen for a pilot episode of their own home renovation show on HGTV three years after starting their house flipping business. They were then asked to film six more episodes of their new show, Going For Sold. The show debuted in 2019.
In 2020, the couple issued a casting call for homeowners who wanted to appear with them on their new HGTV show, Texas Two-Step. The new show is set to premiere in 2021.
Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin in 2020 -2021?
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$1 to $5 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$1 to $5 million|
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Jon Pierre TJP is Mary’s business partner as well as her husband. While we do not know when the couple met or when they started dating, we do know that they had their wedding on 14 March 2009. In 2020, they will celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary. And based on their social media posts, their relationship is still in its best shape.
In the 11 years since their wedding, the couple had two kids. The eldest of their kids, a daughter named Harper, was born in 2015 before the couple started their flipping business. In fact, they named their company after their first child.
They had their second child, a son named Grayson Skye, around the time they were filming the pilot for Going for Sold. That must be around late 2018/early 2019. Looking back at the journey of the TJP family in the last four/five years, it seems they were extremely hardworking people who balanced work, family, and fame. And they what it took to do it all.