Top Selling Sunset Agent, by Commission Earned
Okay, so who is actually doing serious SALES?
Selling Sunset makes it seem like the women in the Oppenheim Group regularly bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars in commissions. A quick multi-million dollar list here, and straight to a cafe to bitch about the other girls after. It’s all in a day’s work. But which Selling Sunset distribution agent earns the most commissions for the company?
The rental company, Essential Living, looked at the value of the listings each agent was responsible for and calculated the commission they could earn per sale, as well as how much they had earned on past listing sales that we have seen on the show. previously.
Here is a complete ranking of all the Selling Sunset estate agents, based on the amount of commission they earned during the show for the Oppenheim Group.
8. Emma Hernan – $194,850
It’s no surprise that Emma is at the bottom of the list, she being one of the Oppenheim Group’s newest agents after all. In season four, we saw her sell DJ Alesso’s house for $6,495,000, earning her $194,850 in commission.
7. Amanza Smith – $247,500
Next up is Amanza, who joined the cast in season two. Since her time on the show, she has earned $247,500. We haven’t seen her with any new announcements in season four, so this figure is based on seasons two and three only – not a bad day at the office!
6. Maya Vander – $440,000
In sixth is Maya, who we didn’t see with any new announcements in season four. His previous earnings from other seasons were $440,700 — including a $5.4 million house that earned him $164,700.
5. Vanessa Villela – $818,000
Vanessa may be one of the Oppenheim Group’s newest agents, but she’s already making a lot of money. In her only season, she held ads with a commission of $818,000, including a huge house worth just under $11 million that could earn her $329,850.
4. Heather Young – $880,000
Over the seasons of Selling Sunset, Heather earned a total of $880,620 in commission. His biggest sale was during the most recent season, a home marketed at just under $14 million with a commission of $419,850 for the sale. Heather earned $460,770 in seasons one through three and an additional $419,850 in season four.
3. Chrishell Stause – $1 million
Chrishell is the third highest performing Selling Sunset agent, with a commission of $1,072,740. In seasons one through three, Chrishell sold properties for $539,670 and this season she added another $533,070. Chrishell’s biggest sale was in season four and earned him $292,500.
2. Christine Quinn – $1 million
In second place, Christine, who over the years she appeared on Selling Sunset, earned $1 million in commission. From the first to the third season, she earned $932,400 and in the last season she had ads with a commission of $149,970, even though she had just had a baby. Christine’s biggest commission sale was a $12 million home in Beverly Hills, which earned her $374,850. His overall total is exactly $1,082,370.
1. Mary Fitzgerald – $1.8 million
Based on the amount of commission she has earned within the Oppenheim Group, Mary is the highest performing Selling Sunset agent. With her signups in seasons one through three, she earned just over $1.1 million, and the signups she had in season four came with a commission of $677,820. His top commission listings include two $9 million+ houses, both of which earned him over $200,000. In season four, Mary earned $419,850 selling the house in French Montana.
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