David Dobrick has a new house! The YouTuber started his 2021 by purchasing his new home, and it is worth every penny! But what is David’s net worth?

After taking a long break from YouTube, David is back at it. The YouTuber shared a video titled “I BOUGHT A NEW HOUSE!! (2021).” Fans were happy to see that David had started posting on YouTube again. He had explained previously that he stopped posting during quarantine as he wanted his content to be more than just himself being quarantined at his house.

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One can only expect great things from David, and we have to be honest, his house is to die for! From a basketball court to a podcast studio, David made sure he had everything in his house. To make things more interesting, David also has a water fountain, but instead of water, fruit punch comes out of it.

This home definitely is an upgrade from David’s previous house. With a podcast studio added to it, things might be a bit easier for the internet personality during the lockdown. Aside from the video, David’s fans were just happy to see him back on YouTube.

After a long break, they were happy to get some new content from him. It is possible David might jump back to posting content on YouTube.

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What is David Dobrik’s net worth?

David is said to have an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2021. His career started after posting videos on vine. Soon, he took his talent to YouTube and was quick to gain followers. Most of his YouTube videos would give a glimpse of his life.

From pranking his friends to showing off his luxurious life, David soon became a popular content creator. In 2019 he had 13.9 Million subscribers on YouTube. To date, his followers are only increasing. Not to forget, David recently hosted Dodgeball Thunderdome on Disocovery Channel.

The internet personality also had collaborated with various stars and would often to paid partnership on his social media profile.

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