- “Sunset Sale” star Maya Vander is going solo.
- On Friday, Vander shared on Instagram that she founded The Maya Vander Group in Miami.
- Vander told Insider that she’s not sure about her future on the now popular Netflix show.
Maya Vander has officially started her own business.
On Friday, the Sale Sunset star shared on Instagram that she founded the Maya Vander Group in Miami.
“So excited to continue sharing this new chapter. Miami, we’re in control!” the photo captioned. “We all work hard and step on gas every day. We love and respect our customers, which is very important to success in real estate.”
Jason Oppenheim, Vander’s co-star in “Selling Sunset” and head of the Oppenheim Group, congratulated her with the following words: “Yes maya!!!!”
The 40-year-old real estate agent told Insider that while she is reported to have started her own real estate business, this is not the case. Vander explained that she created her own group within a Miami-based brokerage firm.
“This means that I am marketing myself inside a brokerage firm,” she said. “I have three women in my group.”
Because of this new business venture, Vander told Insider she doesn’t know if she’ll go ahead with selling the Sunset.
“I’m not sure because flying back and forth to shoot is a lot. I have my family and my business here [in Miami]She said. “I love the show and have a few clients in Los Angeles that I am currently working with. However, the show seems to be changing and focusing on more drama/gossip, which is less important to me personally.”
In the first five seasons of “Sunset Sale,” viewers saw Vander split her time between Miami and Los Angeles, the latter being the show’s filming location. During her time on the show, Vander has traveled back and forth between the two cities and has always been open about her desire to focus on her Miami business.
At the end of season five, which premiered on April 22, Vander announced that she had moved to Miami full-time.
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