WASHINGTON — Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is once again the wealthiest member of the House leadership, according to financial disclosure reports released Friday.

Pelosi and her husband, Paul, have $42.4 million to $199.5 million in assets. Those include commercial property in San Francisco, stock in Apple and Visa, an interest in the Auberge du Soleil resort in Rutherford, California, and an ownership stake in the defunct United Football League.

The Pelosis disclosed $6.75 million to $31.5 million in liabilities against those assets.

Lawmakers are required to disclose most assets and liabilities annually, and make periodic disclosures after purchasing or selling stocks. The reports released today cover 2013.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, reported assets valued between $2.3 million and $6.7 million, an increase from 2012 when he reported holdings between $1.8 million and $5.4 million.

Most of Boehner’s holdings are in widely held funds and individual retirement accounts.

California Republican Kevin McCarthy, the leading candidate to take over the party’s No. 2 leadership spot in the House, reported between $76,000 and $266,000 in assets, mostly in mutual funds managed by California-based Capital Research & Management. The single liability for the former deli owner is a mortgage valued between $100,000 and $250,000 on his home in Bakersfield, California.