Th Reality Behind ‘Selling Sunset’ Exposed – Cleaning Toilets & Invisible Salary
Dani Behr, ‘Million Dollar Listing LA’ star and realtor herself, claims that appearances can be very deceptive. According to Dani, the ‘Selling Sunset’ is not all fake. The Oppenheim Group is authentic and so are the realtors like Chrishell Stuce, Christine Quinn, and Mary Fitzgerald. However, she believes that they got their license for the sake of the show.
It’s not the first time when ‘Selling Sunset’ has come under the scrutiny of people and looking at its popularity we doubt it would be the last time. The Netflix hit reality show offers some insight into the glamorous LA property world. The Oppenheim Group and their stunning realtors seal deals that are larger than life on the show.
The reality realtors have been hit with such accusations several times before. The stars have reverted with accurate proofs and billings that prove their authenticity. Chrishell too re-shared a post from her feed that showed her license dismissing all the claims recently.
Behr says that shows like ‘Selling Sunset’ don’t show the ugly side of the business. She reveals that before showing the house, the realtors have to clean the dishes, toilets and even more to make the property look presentable. Moreover, there’s no payment until the property sold. That means living without salary for months. In fact, they have to spend a lot from their own pockets because of the lavish parties!