Journalist Carl Quintanilla is one of the principal anchors of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that broadcasts live from the NYSE media center. He has been serving as an anchor in CNBC since 1999. As of 2018, Carl Quintanilla’s Net worth is $3 million.
American Journalist Carl Quintanilla is the winner of an Emmy Award. Before joining CNBC, Quintanilla was a reporter and columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera in Boulder. After serving in Boulder from 1991-1993, he worked as an editorial assistant in National Public Radio in Washington D.C.
The former anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk Alley”, Carl Quintanilla has amassed a Net worth of $3 million as of 2018. The successive Net worth credit goes to his soaring career as an anchor in prestigious news channels including CNBC.
CNBC’s anchor Carl Quintanilla amasses a huge amount from his career as a journalist. Photo Source: Scanfigus
Carl Quintanilla has covered a wide range of stories for both CNBC and NBC News. Before joining CNBC, he served as a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal earning massive amount for his net worth. Moreover, he garnished some amount during his job in Boulder Daily Camera.
Carl Quintanilla receives $5oo thousand as his salary from his career as an anchor of CNBC and NBC. Photo Source: Getty Images
Furthermore, Quintanilla is also the correspondent for CNBC series “Crime Inc.” The Street anchor team at the New York Stock Exchange, Quintanilla gets $500 thousand per year as his salary. His salary is estimated to be increased in coming years.
CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla scooped up a brand-new home in Bridgehampton at Barn & Vine. He along with his wife Judy Chung bought the house for around $3.2 million.
Journalist Carl Quintanilla bought a brand new home in Bridgehampton for $3.2 million. Image Source: Douglas Elliman
Quintanilla’s home includes seven-bedroom, 6 bathrooms and a well-furnished kitchen. Also, there is a bluestone patio for outdoor entertaining. His home covers 4,200 square foot area.
Carl Quintanilla became the neighbor of his fellow anchors, Matt Lauer, Don Lemon, and Secretary Russell Horwitz after buying the new home.
The husband of former CNBC and MSNBC producer Judy Chung, Carl is living a luxurious life with his $3 million Net worth as of 2018. His fortune has blessed him with expensive clothes, comfy cars, and a high-profile life.