Fans are questioning Maya Vander's fate on Selling Sunset season 5 now that the bicoastal realtor is making career moves.
Though well-known on the West Coast—and a regular on the Netflix realty reality series—Vander is putting down roots in the Sunshine State.
She took to Instagram to introduce her fanbase to the Maya Vander Group (opens in new tab) in Florida, a team of realtors who are "passionate about matching the perfect property with the perfect buyer."
Whether it's a massive seaside abode in Fort Lauderdale or a six-bedroom condo in Miami Beach, the Maya Vander Group has listings aplenty that will make your eyes pop out of your head.
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Is Maya Vander leaving the Oppenheim group?
Though an exciting new chapter, this career change has left loyal viewers questioning whether or not Vander will still be working with the Oppenheim Group. Can we expect to see her on Selling Sunset? Will she join the ranks of the Selling Tampa cast? Is she going to get her own show?
According to exclusive US Weekly (opens in new tab) reports, Vander is still very much involved with the Oppenheim Group and has expanded her business thanks to guidance from the company's co-founder, Jason.
While all signs point to a season 5 appearance, fans are still curious how everything will unravel in the next season. We have some time before our Cali-based realtors shock the world with more gorgeous homes and, of course, drama amongst co-workers.
In the meantime, if your Netflix queue is looking a little bleak, turn your attention towards March arrivals like Bridgerton season 2 and The Weekend Away, a book-turned film about a getaway gone wrong.
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