Joelle (JoJo) Fletcher is no stranger to the realm of home design and décor.
Before she became a part of “Bachelor Nation” as, first, a contestant on the 20th season of The Bachelor, followed by a starring role in the 12th season of The Bachelorette, Fletcher worked in real estate development and flipping homes.
“After I got out of (the show) it kind of went back to normal life. And I sort of just allowed people to follow along with that,” she explains.
As her following grew, so too did the interest in her activities in real estate and design. Noting there was “huge interest” from her followers on the subject, she and her fiancé, Jordan Rodgers (who was briefly a B.C. Lions player), ramped up documenting their work experience online. It was a move that ultimately landed the duo a TV show called Cash Pad, turning properties into short-term rentals with a big return.