Barbara Kavovit

Barbara Kavovit is a reality television star. She is also known as The Real Housewives of New York’s rival. She is also a business visionary and a successful entrepreneur. She is the CEO and Founder of Evergreen Development in New York City.

Early Life of Barbara Kavovit

Barbara was born on January 4, 1966, in the Bronx, New York City, USA. She will be 54 in 2020. Her ethnicity is Caucasian and her nationality is American. Her astrological sign is Capricorn. Her father, Joseph Kavovit, gave birth to her. Unfortunately, her father died in 2013. She hasn’t found out much about her mother. She also has a sister, Caryn. When it comes to her educational background, she attended the State University of New York at Oswego. She also has a degree in finance and economics.

Barbara Kavovit Divorce

Currently, the businesswoman is single. She had previously been married. However, she divorced her better half. Zachary was their child. She lives on the Upper East Side. She hasn’t been in a relationship since and hasn’t learned much about her ex.

Estimated Net Worth of Barbara Kavovit

Barbara’s net worth is estimated to be $500 thousand in 2020. Her salary is not specified.

Barbara Kavovit Rumors

Barbara knew fellow Real Housewives of New York contestant Luann de Lesseps. However, their friendship did not end well. Luann de Lesseps clapped her back. Lesseps stated that she is not a good person.

Body Measurement of Barbara Kavovit

The businesswoman has brown eyes. Her hair is also brown. Her height and weight are known. Finally, she isn’t very active on social media. Because she only has a Twitter account. She has been using Twitter since March 2009. She dislikes using other social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. As there is no account in her name on such social media sites.

Professional Career of Barbara Kavovit

Barbara appeared on the American unscripted television show The Real Housewives of New York. She was a character from the eleventh episode of the show. In any case, she did not return to the show for season twelve. She then appeared as a visitor in Home and Family in 2013. Barbara then appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and Celebrity Page.

In the year 1990, Barbara founded her own organization, Stand-Ins. Her company was in charge of home improvement. She became a go-between. Then her organization gained recognition and was awarded a two-year contract by IBM to cover repairs at their base camp in New York City. In 1995, the businesswoman’s organization was renamed Anchor Construction, and it was based in Manhattan’s sought-after Midtown East neighborhood. As a result, Barbara established Evergreen Builders and Construction in 2015.