Who is the richest 'Selling Sunset' cast member? Prepare for your jaw to drop

These 'Selling Sunset' cast net worth details prove that it pays to work at the Oppenheim Group...literally!

The Cast of Netflix's Selling Sunset, Selling Sunset cast net worth
(Image credit: Netflix / Lindy Lin)

Everything about Selling Sunset is indulgent—the listings, the drama and, of course, the cash flow. 

Fans of the Netflix real estate reality show are well aware of how commissions work on Selling Sunset. Superfans even know Selling Sunset's highest earner. But does anyone know each cast member's net worth? 

As you might've imagined both Brett and Jason Oppenheim, who own the realty company at the center of the series, have earned handsome salaries. They're each worth a whopping $50 million. Phew! 

Curious about their staffers? We'll fill you in.

'Selling Sunset' cast net worth: Who's on top?

The internet is abuzz with each realtor's earnings from the show and their personal ventures. (We surely don't need to fill you in on where you can buy Emma's empanadas, right?!) Here's where the stars' bank accounts reportedly stack up:

  • Christine Quinn: $2 million
  • Chrishell Stause: $5 million
  • Heather Rae Young: $3 million
  • Mary Fitzgerald: $1 million
  • Maya Vander: $1 million
  • Amanza Smith: $1 million
  • Emma Hernan: $1.5 million
  • Romain Bonnet: $500,000
  • Davina Potratz: $2 million
  • Vanessa Villela $5 million

It looks like these realtors and reality TV stars—especially Chrishell and Vanessa, at a cool $5 million each—are doing quite nicely for themselves while helping people find their forever homes in Los Angeles. (You know, in between all that dating drama: Christine and Emma did share a fiancé, a reveal that is truly...something.) 

Now that there is a Selling Sunset spinoff in the works, Selling the OC, we have a feeling we'll be in for more West Coast drama and grand paychecks. The new series will hit Netflix in 2022. 

If you can't wait that long, don't sweat it: yet another spinoff, Selling Tampa, will take us over to the Sunshine State for the same realty shenanigans and is thankfully dropping incredibly soon: December 15, 2021. 

It appears the Oppenheim Group is just getting started. Think you'll be able to keep up?

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for My Imperfect Life, where she particularly enjoys covering lifestyle and entertainment news. She was previously the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. When she's not working, you can find her reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Follow her @dvwrites.