Maya Vander will not return to “Selling Sunset” before Season 6. The realtor confirms on page 6.
“I have decided not to fulfill the contract,” she tells us in conflicting reports about her status in the Netflix reality series.
“I loved the show and it was great, but I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market.”
The 40-year-old owner of the Maya Vander Group adds: The show is great and everyone loves it, but we look forward to growing our business in South Florida. “
Vander’s real estate license has also been transferred from the Oppenheim Group to the compass. This is reported by US Weekly as “familiar” with the former co-founder Jason Oppenheim.
Vander’s career movement takes place in some catastrophic loss in her personal life.
Earlier this week, the two mothers revealed that they had a miscarriage six months after giving birth to a stillborn son.
“I had a very crazy week,” she wrote on a photo of an Instagram story where her three-year-old son Aiden is sleeping. “Miscarriage after 10 weeks … after death … but my child and my husband are absolutely my blessings and I am very fortunate to be their mother!”
Vander acknowledged her partner Dave Miller, Aiden and her two-year-old daughter, Elle, for providing her with “joy and happiness” while she was sad.
She went on to advise her followers to “embrace and love people.” [they] “Take care,” concludes, “Don’t take things for granted.”
Realtors suffered stillbirth in December 2021.
Earlier this month, she looked back on the tragedy and said she found healing by staying “busy.”
But it no longer requires bi-coastal work.
In August 2020, Vander revealed that he was “technically retreating.” [to Los Angeles] Prior to his debut, “shoot the show”.
After spending 15 years in LA and 3 years in The Oppenheim Group, her husband was offered a job in Miami, so they moved — just as “Selling Sunet” was featured.