Who is the richest 'Selling Sunset' cast member? These are their very impressive net worths

We're all curious about the 'Selling Sunset' cast net worth figures after seeing their crazy commission numbers; so here's how the likes of Chrishell, Mary, and Bre's fortunes stack up

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If you're a fan of the huge Netflix hit Selling Sunset, you'll have seen that the stars—such as Chrishell, Bre and Heather—look as though they live a life of luxury, selling enormous LA properties for a very juicy commission fee. But what are the Selling Sunset cast net worths in real life? It turns out, these ladies are doing *pretty* well for themselves, thank you very much!

Over the past several seasons, viewers learned how commissions work on Selling Sunset, so we're well aware that ladies (and men) of The Oppenheim Group stand to make a pretty penny every time they sell a property worth millions of dollars (which they seem to do fairly often). 

But smoke and mirrors of reality TV aside, how much do the ladies actually earn from their real estate careers—and of course, their other financial ventures, now that many of them are bona-fide celebs themselves? Do their earnings really match up to the well-to-do clients they sell homes to? Ladies and gents, without further ado, the results—where we also reveal Selling Sunset's highest earner...

'Selling Sunset' cast net worth: who earns the most?

Though the show is currently on hiatus, we can't help but ponder whether the gals of Selling Sunset are as wealthy as they seem. Here's where the stars' bank accounts reportedly stack up in 2023, per Celebrity Net Worth and a variety of other sources: 

  • Bre Tiesi: $300,000 to $6 million
  • Chrishell Stause: $6 million
  • Vanessa Villela: $5 million
  • Emma Hernan: $3-$7 million
  • Nicole Young: $3 million
  • Heather Rae El Moussa: $3 million
  • Mary Fitzgerald: $1-$2 million
  • Christine Quinn: $3 million
  • Davina Potratz: $2 million
  • Amanza Smith: $1 million
  • Maya Vander: $1 million
  • Chelsea Lazkani: $500,000
  • Romain Bonnet: $500,000 

Bre Tiesi: $300,000 to $6 million

Selling Sunset. Bre Tiesi in season 6 of Selling Sunset. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2023

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When it comes to O Group newbie(ish) Bre Tiesi, her suspected net worth runs from $300,000 to $6 million, which is quite the discrepancy. 

The former model received her real estate license in 2017, and it took her until 2021 to switch into the field full-time. Even still, she raked in a cool $20 million in her first year.

When speaking to our sister site, Marie Claire, she noted that her life has been very busy since making her debut on Selling Sunset. "I had being a mom, I had actual real estate, I had the show, and then you have everything else outside of that for jobs, social media and everything else that comes with that, investments. There were a lot of hats I was wearing this year. It was interesting."

Not only does Bre work at The Oppenheim Group (and have plenty of high-profile connections), but she's also this year partnered with OFTV to launch Elevate with Bre, a series of workout videos, models regularly, and is said to make quite a bit of cash from her social media channels, including her Instagram, where she has 1 million followers.

Chrishell Stause: $6 million

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Former new girl on the block Chrishell quickly made a name for herself at The Oppenheim Group, and it looks as though it's paid off (and continues to pay off!) Between her real estate ventures, a book and her time on TV, the former soap opera star's earnings began to accumulate.

Speaking about her success, Chrishell revealed to Page Six: "I was homeless a few times in my life and it was really hard growing up, but now I’m super grateful about everything."

She's also grateful for the new chapter in her life: Chrishell and G Flip tied the knot earlier this year, announcing the news in May 2023 after dating for about a year.

Vanessa Villela: $5 million

Vanessa Villela on Selling Sunset

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Vanessa Villela left Selling Sunset's O Group in favor of rival company, The Agency, last year, but we had to include her on this list—especially as she's said to be worth around $5 million!

Her fortune is in part due to her real estate work, but mostly as a result of her work as an actress on numerous Mexican TV shows.

Of her new job, she has said: "I am super excited to be back at The Agency," she told People in an exclusive interview. "It's where my career started so it feels extremely good to be back. It feels like home. I am surrounded by incredible top agents—successful and collaborative people who work like a family. I know that I'm in the right place."

The Agency is also the subject of another Netflix reality series, Buying Beverly Hillswhich premiered in 2022. Could we see her on another Netflix series?! "I didn't come back for that reason, but you have to watch next season to see what happens," she teased to People.

Emma Hernan: $3-$7 million

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Emma is another of the Selling Sunset ladies with multiple streams of income, including her work as a realtor, and her frozen food business Emma Leigh & Co. (who could forget Emma's empanadas?)

This means that Emma is said to be worth a very respectable $3 million to $7 million. She also describes herself as an angel investor, and revealed previously that she began investing in stocks at a young age, allowing her to build up her wealth over time. 

Nicole Young: $3 million

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According to Ranker, the O Group newbie of season 6 reportedly has $3 million to her name. Although her earnings might not have been the center of attention in the most recent season, Nicole and Chrishell's back-and-forth certainly was—she's clearly done very well for herself, having done around $100 million in sales across her real estate career.

It's not clear where else she rakes in the cash (if indeed her net worth isn't just from her real estate sales), but since appearing on the show she has done a few paid endorsement of brands on her Instagram, keeping those cheques coming in via social media.

Christine Quinn: $3 million

Christine Quinn on Selling Sunset

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Christine might not be on the show anymore (sob), but she'll always be a Selling Sunset gal in our eyes. And it'll probably come as no surprise that the infamous realtor is one of the top earners. Plus, Christine Quinn's husband, Christian, is a retired tech entrepreneur worth a cool $20 million. Casual!

She has made most of her cash from her real estate work, but she's also written a book and has a number of partnerships with fashion brands, including a line of glamorous heels with ShoeDazzle.

She's also recently set up a crypto-focused real estate business, RealOpen, alongside her husband, which we're sure help to keep the cash flowing quite nicely.

However, despite no longer appear on the series, one of her recent interviews post-Selling Sunset alleges that the listings and commissions on the series are not real, which is definitely a little baffling, to say the least! 

Heather Rae El Moussa: $3 million

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Heather Rae El Moussa is worth a whopping $3 million.

Not only does she make a living from her listings at the O Group and the Netflix series, but she also has an HGTV show with her husband, The Flipping El Moussas, where the pair flip properties together. She's also had small acting jobs in the past, and has taken part in numerous social media deals.

Mary Fitzgerald: $1-$2 million

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Mary Fitzgerald's net worth is disputed, but most outlets, like Capital FM, agree that it sits somewhere between $1 million and $2 million. 

Jason and Brett's right-hand woman (and former girlfriend) has been with The Oppenheim Group since its inception, and she was made Vice President of the organization. In season 6, she got plenty of Jason's responsibilities when he was OOO for three weeks with his new girlfriend, Marie-Lou Nurk, too!

She and her hubby Romain have also recently got into flipping houses too, which we're sure generates plenty of extra $$$.

Maya Vander: $1 million

Maya Vander, Selling Sunset cast member

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The new(ish) mom-of-three might not be on Selling Sunset anymore, but that's not stopping her from continuing to create her fortune—Maya Vander is said to have a reported net worth of $1 million.

She was always arguably the most mature member of the Selling Sunset gang, and never failed to make us smile as she observed the never-ending drama from afar. And while she's no longer on Selling Sunset, she's still earning a heck of a commission while hard at work at her own brokerage in Miami, the Maya Vander Group, which is part of Compass. She even teaches real estate classes!

Davina Potratz: $2 million

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Davina may not have sold her $75 million house, but she still has a very healthy bank balance! It's said that Davina has a net worth of around $2 million, according to various sources. 

Prior to her work in property, she was also a model who traveled across the world for different projects and shoots. Now, however, Davina is no longer on Selling Sunset.

Amanza Smith: $1 million

Amanza Smith on Selling Sunset

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Though she's a relative newbie to the world of real estate, working previously as an interior designer, Amanza has quickly racked up the dough and is now said to be worth around $1 million.

It's not clear whether she still works as an interior designer, as her work isn't featured on the show as much as the other ladies, but whatever she's doing, it's obviously working!

Chelsea Lazkani: $500,000

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Chelsea Lazkani was the new gal to hit the series in season 5, buddying up to Christine Quinn while she sussed out her new job role and the dynamics of the entire group. Now a fully-fledged member of the office, she had a few issues with newcomer Bre Tiesi in season six.

The mom-of-two is clearly killing it in The O Group (as her net worth shows), but it's not her first foray into real estate. Chelsea used to sell properties for Rodeo Realty, an agency based in Beverly Hills. As of now, her net worth is said to be $500,000. Her husband, Jeff Lazkani, who heads up a media agency, is also said to be worth the same.

She told Vulture: "I love real estate, and I know there is a lack of representation in my respective field. I wanted to have a platform to showcase how women of color can really succeed in this industry to encourage other minorities to get into it. There’s power in numbers."

Romain Bonnet: $500,000

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Romain Bonnet is one of the most featured husbands in the Selling Sunset universe—though Jeff Lazkani is working his way up, too—so we had to include him in our roundup despite him not actually working at The O Group.

Much of Romain's storyline (alongside his wife, Mary), has centered around his career, which in seasons 5 and 6 sees him project manage The Oppenheim Group's construction on various properties (yes, including *that* nightmare project on season 6). Because of this, he's said to have a very healthy net worth of around $500,000.

It looks like these realtors and reality TV stars are doing quite nicely for themselves while helping people find their dream homes in Los Angeles!

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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