The cast of “Selling Sunset” is composed of vibrant personalities who thrive in the luxury real estate market of Los Angeles. With the release of Season 6, the drama and stunning homes continue to captivate viewers. While the cast members are known for their extravagant lifestyles, they also excel at securing multi-million-dollar deals. Currently, they have filmed six seasons of the show, with a seventh season in the works. Season 6 bids farewell to Christine Quinn while introducing new cast members Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young.
Considering the success and fame of the show, it’s no surprise that the cast members boast impressive net worths. Here’s an overview of their individual financial standings, including the highest earner:
Jason Oppenheim & Brett Oppenheim: $50 Million Each
Jason Oppenheim followed in his family’s footsteps by joining his great-great-grandfather’s Stern Realty Co., which he rebranded as the Oppenheim Group. With his twin brother Brett by his side, they transformed the company into one of the most successful firms in the country, serving affluent clients and celebrities. The Oppenheim brothers have amassed significant wealth, with both claiming a net worth of at least $50 million, making them the wealthiest members of the “Selling Sunset” cast. Their lucrative deals and the extravagant homes they sell highlight the substantial wealth in their world.
Bre Tiesi: $6 Million
Bre joins the “Selling Sunset” cast in Season 6, possibly bringing some sass as a potential replacement for Christine Quinn. Prior to joining The Oppenheim Group, she worked as a real estate agent at Keller Williams Beverly Hills and had a career as a model. Additionally, Bre shares a son, Legendary Love, with Nick Cannon, suggesting that she likely receives substantial financial support.
Chrishell Stause: $5 Million
Chrishell Stause joined “Selling Sunset” while married to TV star Justin Hartley, which helped her stand out among the realtors. With a net worth of $5 million, she had financial security even before earning commissions. Stause also generated income from her book, “Under Construction.” Despite her divorce during the show, she is entitled to substantial alimony for several years, further increasing her wealth. While briefly dating her boss, Jason Oppenheim, the relationship ended in late 2021.
Heather Rae El Moussa: $3 Million
Heather Rae El Moussa transitioned from her previous endeavors in Playboy and acting to focus on real estate. This new career path brought her success in buying and selling homes, and it also led her to find love. In October 2021, she married Tarek El Moussa, her co-host from the HGTV show “Flip or Flop.” With a net worth of $3 million, as reported by The Things, Heather Rae El Moussa has established herself in the real estate industry.
Emma Hernan: $2 Million
Emma Hernan joined “Selling Sunset” in Season 4 as an already accomplished real estate agent. She had chosen to leave her modeling career behind and had successfully established her own real estate company, bringing a wealth of experience to the Oppenheim Group. Apart from her real estate ventures, Hernan also runs a frozen seafood line called Emma Leigh & Co.
Mary Fitzgerald: $1 Million
Jason Oppenheim has a history of dating his employees, as seen with his past relationship with Chrishell Stause. He continues to maintain a close working relationship with his former girlfriend, Mary Fitzgerald, who is also employed by him. Mary is now married to French chef and model Romain Bonnet, who frequently appears on “Selling Sunset” and is estimated to have a net worth of at least $1 million.
Amanza Smith: $1 Million
Prior to becoming a realtor, she worked as an interior designer specializing in staging homes. During Season 3 of “Selling Sunset,” viewers gained insight into her personal life, including details about her divorce and the challenging dynamics of her relationship with her former NFL player ex-husband, Ralph Brown.
Chelsea Lazkani: $500,00
Originally from London, she pursued her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the UK before obtaining her MBA in Los Angeles. Before joining “Selling Sunset,” Chelsea worked in real estate for Rodeo Realty, a company where Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles’ Josh Flagg was also employed. Chelsea is married to Jeff Lazkani, who serves as the managing partner for Icon Media Direct, a brand response media agency. Like Chelsea, Jeff is reportedly worth around $500,000.