Christine Quinn's net worth: Inside the 'Selling Sunset' realtor's stunning $5M mansion

Quinn lives with her husband Christian Richard in a gorgeous $5 million property with an infinity-edge pool, amazing Los Angeles vistas, and more


                            Christine Quinn's net worth: Inside the 'Selling Sunset' realtor's stunning $5M mansion
Christine Quinn is one of the star realtors on 'Selling Sunset' (Instagram)
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'Selling Sunset' star Christine Quinn can't talk about her love story with hubby Christian Richard without mentioning their dream house. In January 2019, the couple paid $5 million for the contemporary four-bedroom, five-bathroom property.

Massive net worths are the norm for the dedicated folks at LA's Oppenheim Group. Real estate agents frequently negotiate agreements on multimillion-dollar houses and estates. In addition, they keep a portion of every transaction they make. Since stealing the show on Netflix's 'Selling Sunset', the real-estate-based reality hit branded "manna from property-porn heaven" by Vogue, Christine Quinn has become the most-talked-about woman on television. Quinn, a former star and model who is one of the brokerage company's best earners, is at the center of the show. Her sales methods include holding a 'burgers and Botox' evening and dealing with anxious billionaires who are looking to rapidly sell their pricey houses. All the while, she stays dressed entirely in Balenciaga.

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Who is Christine Quinn?

Christine Quinn is a cast member on Netflix's 'Selling Sunset' and an agent with The Oppenheim Group, a high-end real-estate brokerage business situated in Los Angeles. She was a model and actress before pursuing a career in real estate. The show's extra-glam real estate agent is constantly at the center of the drama. Quinn's straight-talking style has earned her a 2.7 million Instagram following (as of April 2022) and sparked feminist discussion. Quinn worked in fashion and entertainment industries before entering the real estate industry, and she was also featured in Vogue magazine. She debuted in the first season of the series and is frequently characterized as the series' "villain: due to her ongoing battle with Chrishell Stause.

Christine Quinn is married to Christian Richard, a multimillionaire who is a software engineer and has worked for several well-known IT firms. His net worth is believed to be approximately $20 million. When Quinn's buddy met him on a date, they became friends. She showed him a house shortly after they started dating, and he acquired it for them to live in. Quinn's lavish wedding to Richard took place in December 2019 at the Cathedral of Saint Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles. Quinn donned two black dresses created by Galia Lahav and went down the aisle to Ava Max's 'Sweet But Psycho' performed by a string quartet. The gothic winter wonderland ceremony looked fantastic, and viewers got a taste of it all in Season 3 of 'Selling Sunset'.

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Ex-bf drama with fellow cast

The arrival of new agent Emma Hernan and her surprising history (and conflict) with show favorite Christine Quinn was perhaps one of the most talked-about topics on season 4 of 'Selling Sunset'. Quinn said on the show about Hernan and the California native, “My ex-boyfriend was dating this girl at the same time he was dating me. I had no idea. I caught him red-handed during the day with her. So we broke up.” Quinn was on maternity leave after the birth of her son when Hernan joined the brokerage, and Hernan claimed there was more to the tale. For his part, the mystery guy, eventually revealed as Peter Cornell, has stayed silent about his previous associations with Quinn and Hernan. However, he was publicly seen with each girl while they were dating years ago and has since continued to work with them.

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Christine Quinn's net worth

Christine Quinn's net worth is estimated to be over $2 million, which makes sense given the amount of commission she receives on each house she sells. Her yearly income is estimated to be $250,000 in 2022, according to sources. Brand collaborations, fashion design, real estate, modeling, and acting are her principal sources of revenue. She has worked in fashion and entertainment in addition to her position with the Oppenheim Group. The commission earned by real estate agents on 'Selling Sunset' varies according to the price at which they sell a home. Christine Quinn often makes a six-figure fee for each residence she can sell to a buyer. However, she does not take the entire sum home since Jason Oppenheim's brokerage receives 25 per cent of it.

Christine Quinn revealed the worth of her engagement ring in an interview with Screen Rant. Her three engagement rings, to be precise. Her primary engagement ring is valued at over $1 million and is set in platinum with a total carat weight of 20 carats. Furthermore, her second ring is an Oval Eternity band, and she wears a basic platinum band set with paving, valued at $5,000, daily.

Quinn is the proud owner of a $5 million mansion. She lives with her husband Christian Richard and their son in a four-bedroom, five-bathroom home. The luxury real estate agent was attempting to sell her and Richard's 5,917-square-foot Hollywood Hills property even before they moved there. Whitewood, Brazilian walnut, and Cesar stone tile are used throughout the property, which was completed in 2011. Stainless steel equipment and a backsplash are included in the kitchen. It also has Bontempi designer finishes, new form faucets, Italian walnut walls, and other opulent features. The house also has a mahogany front entrance, a stainless steel garage door, a floating staircase, an ecologically friendly fireplace, and tempered windows, among other amenities. A glass tile infinity edge pool, sitting area, and spa are located in the secluded rear.

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Find out what awaits the series' "villain" in the latest season of 'Selling Sunset', which premieres on Netflix on Friday, April 22.

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