Either way, the delightful fact remains: Davina still hasn’t sold her $75 million property and I don’t see that changing any time soon. You can stream ‘Selling Sunset’ on Netflix.
Did Davina sell the 70 million dollar house?
Though Selling Sunset star Davina Potratz enlisted help from her colleague Christine Quinn to sell her $75 million listing in Beverly Hills, another season of the popular Netflix show ended without a deal.
Did the 75 million dollar house sell on selling sunset?
But I’m happy to report that one thing hasn’t changed, and likely won’t ever change, and that’s the glorious news that Davina Potratz still hasn’t sold her $75 million mansion as the listing is still available on the Oppenheim site.
Did Davina ever sell the 80 million dollar house?
While Davina hoped to get millions on the commission after selling the home, her bosses weren’t too happy with her decision to take it on. From their perspective, the property was far too expensive and would never sell. Davina spoke to Screen Rant about the listing.
Why did Brett leave Oppenheim?
“Brett has left to start his own brokerage,” she said in the 2020 interview. “The girls are fed up with the favouritism of Mary in the office, we don’t know who will move where. … [Brett Oppenheim] is just hanging his license differently because he’s a broker as well.
What is Brett Oppenheim doing now?
Brett currently lives in the Hollywood Hills, where he renovates and develops properties for his personal real estate portfolio.
What is the most expensive house in the world?
As of 2014, it was considered the world’s most expensive private residence costing between US$1 and 2 billion to build. It is located on Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill in South Mumbai.
|Cost||US $2.6 billion|
|Height||173 m (568 ft)|
Do sunset actors get paid?
Selling Sunset always cuts from sale to sale, making it seem like they’re selling homes constantly. Because Selling Sunset realtors have no base salary, their pay is completely reliant on their ability to sell as many properties as they can. Commission-only pay can be more frustrating for realtors than one might think.