Business venture

Sunset’s Maya Vander sale reveals new business venture and opens her own rival real estate agency

Selling Sunset star Maya Vander reveals new business venture by opening her own rival real estate agency










She starred in four seasons of Netflix’s hit real estate show Selling Sunset as a bi-coastal real estate agent with a knack for knowing all about luxury living.

And Maya Vander revealed her latest business venture by opening her own rival agency with an announcement shared on Instagram on Thursday morning.

The 39-year-old reality star posed with two of her agents, Carley Pina and Galit Yosipovitch, in a business-savvy snap posted on social media.

Mazel Tov! Maya Vander revealed her latest business venture by opening her own rival agency with an announcement shared on Instagram on Thursday morning

‘Presentation…. The Maya Vander Group,” she captioned the image. ‘Our team is passionate about matching the perfect property with the perfect buyer.

‘With our industry-leading database and exposure, your property will sell quickly and as a buyer you will have access to the best listings!’

There’s no doubt that Maya will take advantage of Miami’s booming market, a booming business that she regularly went back and forth to while starring in Selling Sunset and working with the band Oppenheim.

It’s unclear whether Maya will continue her working relationship with Jason and Brett Oppenheim, or focus all of her efforts solely on her personal practice.

Star power: There is no doubt that Maya will take advantage of the booming market of Miami, a booming business in which she regularly went back and forth while starring in Selling Sunset and working with The Oppenheim Group

Star power: There is no doubt that Maya will take advantage of the booming market of Miami, a booming business in which she regularly went back and forth while starring in Selling Sunset and working with The Oppenheim Group

Family: Maya and husband David Miller are parents to son Aiden, two, and daughter Elle, 19

Family: Maya and husband David Miller are parents to son Aiden, two, and daughter Elle, 19

While anything is possible looking to the future, Maya has definitely occupied her mind over the past few months after suffering the devastating loss of her unborn child who she gave birth to at 38 weeks.

“Yesterday was the hardest day of my life. I had a stillborn child at 38 weeks,’ she shared on Instagram in December. “I’ve always heard about it, but I never imagined that I would be part of the stats. Instead of giving birth, I go home with a box of memories…I don’t wish that on anyone.

Maya and husband David Miller are parents to son Aiden, two, and daughter Elle, 19.

“What used to be a regular weekly checkup has turned into a nightmare that I never imagine will happen to me,” she added. “Since I share my pregnancies on the show, I knew I should post about it and avoid the ‘when is your due date’ question. You will always be in our hearts baby Mason.’

“Yesterday was the hardest day of my life.  I had a stillborn child at 38 weeks,' she shared on Instagram in December.

“Yesterday was the hardest day of my life. I had a stillborn child at 38 weeks,’ she shared on Instagram in December. ‘I’ve always heard about it, but I never imagined I’d be part of the stats. Instead of giving birth, I’m going home with a box of memories…I wouldn’t wish that on anyone’

She has been open about the couple’s fertility issues in the past and encouraged other women who wanted to start a family to never give up.

On Mother’s Day, Maya marked the holiday by telling fans, “Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing moms.

“Two years ago I had back-to-back miscarriages, now I’m days away from having baby #2. To all the women trying to get pregnant, don’t give up and stay positive.”

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