It was just another day on the Sunset Strip when “TMZ” dropped the Chri-shell bomb-shell…Justin Hartley had filed for divorce!
Chrishell, along with her fellow “Selling Sunset” team was reportedly blindsided by the filing! Even worse, Justin told Chrishellhe was filing for divorce via…text message. Ouch!
While Chrishell got her Real Estate license in 2016, her first "real" real estate job was with the Oppenheim group in 2019.
She initially only intended to use her real estate license for personal dealings. In fact, her first real estate deal was when she acted as her then-fiance Justin Hartley's listing agent when he purchased his $1.67 million house in the Valley. Keeping things in the family!
Nauseating Net Worth
This information is not for the faint-hearted. Just prepare for your pockets to feel rather empty because these reality star realtors all have some pretty impressive net worths.
Chrishell Stause has a net worth of $5 million which she earned from a mix of her soap star acting career, her large listings, and many endorsement deals she's snagged since appearing on "Selling Sunset." Christine Quinn has a personal net worth of $1.5 million which she earned from her endorsement deals and luxurious listings. However, it's the Oppenheim brothers that take the cake. Jason and Brett have a net worth of $50 million. EACH!
Justin VERY quickly moved on from Chrishell with fellow soap actress Sofia Pernas. Sofia and Justin first met on the set of "The Young and the Restless."
To make matters worse, Chrishell and Sofia were former friends. It was then revealed that Pernas and Hartley had wed in a super-secret ceremony a mere month after his divorce with Chrishell was finalized.
Real Estate < Drama
It seems that there was some miscommunication between the Oppenheim Group and the producers of the show. In an interview with "The Tab" Jason admitted that "When I first signed up for this show, I definitely thought it was going to be more real estate driven."
Sure, "Selling Sunset" is technically a show about real estate but we all know the real reason we watch it...for the drama! Luckily, Jason has since warmed up to the personal focus of the show.