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‘Selling Sunset’: What is Jason and Brett Oppenheim’s Combined Net Worth?

Jason and Brett Oppenheim have made their last names a household name thanks to their hit Netflix series 'Selling Sunset.' The two have been in the real estate business for years and have amassed impressive personal fortunes as a result. What is their net worth in 2021?

Netflix‘s hit series Selling Sunset has introduced audiences everywhere to the cutthroat world of real estate in Los Angeles. Agents such as Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause work at The Oppenheim Group, led by its co-founders Jason and Brett Oppenheim. The twin brothers have built a real estate empire in Southern California over the years, and their net worth is reflective of their hard work.

Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim
Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim attend the Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards on June 02, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California | JC Olivera/WireImage

Jason and Brett Oppenheim’s family has been involved in Hollywood real estate for over a century

Real estate is in the Oppenheims’ blood — literally. Their great-great-grandfather Jacob Stern moved to Hollywood in 1889 and became one of the preeminent real estate entrepreneurs of early Los Angeles with his company The Stern Realty Co. It has remained the family business since then, and today, The Oppenheim Group represents five generations of real estate development, management, and brokerage services in LA.

Working in some of LA’s ritziest neighborhoods, The Oppenheim Group has sold homes to some of the biggest names in the entertainment business. Their past clients have included Meryl Streep, Ellen DeGeneres, Orlando Bloom, Nicole Scherzinger, Kris Humphries, Giancarlo Stanton, and many others.

Brett Oppenheim and Jason Oppenheim
Brett Oppenheim and Jason Oppenheim attend Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” launch party on March 23, 2019 in West Hollywood, California | Rochelle Brodin/Getty Images for The Oppenheim Group

Jason and Brett Oppenheim’s net worth in 2021

On Selling Sunset, viewers get a firsthand look at how The Oppenheim Group sells their luxurious homes. The company boasts entirely multimillion-dollar listings, with one notable mansion from the show costing upwards of $47 million.

Being a real estate broker actually wasn’t Jason Oppenheim’s original life path. Prior to getting into real estate, Oppenheim had a successful career as a lawyer and even won a case in front of the US Supreme Court. According to The Oppenheim Group‘s website, Jason has more than $1 billion in closed sales and $300 million in active listings, including the largest home in the Hollywood Hills and one of the largest listings in Los Angeles at $100 million.

As a result of many years of work in law and real estate, Jason Oppenheim has amassed a sizable personal fortune: $50 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. He lives in a $5 million mansion in the Hollywood Hills, which fans saw the construction of on Selling Sunset. His brother Brett, meanwhile, is also estimated to be worth $50 million, according to Cinemaholic.

Brett Oppenheim, Christine Quinn, and Jason Oppenheim
(L-R) Brett Oppenheim, Christine Quinn, and Jason Oppenheim attend Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” Private Viewing Party on March 22, 2019 in West Hollywood, California | Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images

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Brett Oppenheim started his own brokerage group

Jason and Brett Oppenheim have worked together for years to make The Oppenheim Group the premier luxury real estate brokerage firm in the Los Angeles area. But in a 2020 interview with Glamour UK, agent Christine Quinn explained that Brett had left Oppenheim to start his own firm.

“Brett has left to start his own brokerage,” Quinn said. “The girls are fed up with the favoritism of Mary [Fitzgerald] in the office.”

Quinn also said that Brett may end up poaching some of The Oppenheim Group’s agents, and that all will be revealed on the upcoming fourth season of Selling Sunset. “We don’t know who will move where,” she said honestly. “It may be the battle of the brokerages!”