Jason Oppenheim's net worth: Inside 'Selling Sunset' star's $7M Newport Beach mansion

By spending $7 million for a 13,000-square-foot showplace in Newport Beach, Jason Oppenheim is making news as a real estate buyer rather than a seller


                            Jason Oppenheim's net worth: Inside 'Selling Sunset' star's $7M Newport Beach mansion
Jason Oppenheim's business generates roughly $1 billion in revenue (Instagram)
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The blockbuster Netflix series 'Selling Sunset', which combines luxury real estate and reality drama, is coming to Orange County as Jason Oppenheim purchases a $5.1 million house in Los Angeles.

Jason Oppenheim co-starred in four seasons of 'Selling Sunset' alongside his twin brother Brett and a team of luxury real estate brokers in Los Angeles. The show premiered in 2019 and will return on April 22 for its fifth season. Fans of 'Selling Sunset', who consider Jason to be one of the most essential cast members, are eager to discover more about his life outside the reality show. His former love affair with co-star Mary Fitzgerald was also a big element of his plot in the series. Fans of 'Selling Sunset' may believe they've gotten to know Jason well through the show, however, much personal information about him remains secret to the general viewer.

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Who is Jason Oppenheim?

Jason Oppenheim is not only a powerful figure in the real estate business, but he is also the star of Netflix's 'Selling Sunset', a reality show. Jason is the leader of The Oppenheim Group's staff of professional agents and is responsible for building a real estate empire in Los Angeles. He is The Oppenheim Group's President and Founder. His firm is a real estate agency in Los Angeles, California that serves buyers and sellers luxury residences. Jason was ranked the #3 agent in Los Angeles and the #22 agent in America on The Wall Street Journal's list of "Best Real Estate Agents in America" in 2019. Some of the most well-known celebrities, sportsmen, and businesspeople are among his clients. Chloe Grace Moretz, Kris Humphries, Taye Diggs, and Orlando Bloom are among those on the list. He's also sold homes to Dakota Johnson, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessica Alba, and others in the past. He now has more than $300 million in active listings, including the biggest mansion in the Hollywood Hills and one of the grandest listings in Los Angeles at $100 million. Furthermore, he has finalized more than $1 billion in transactions.

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Jason went to the University of California, Berkeley, and earned both his undergraduate and law degrees at the university. He is Jacob Stern's great-great-grandson. Stern was a key figure in the early development of Los Angeles' real estate market. Jason worked at O'Melveny & Myers, an international legal company, before founding The Oppenheim Group. However, in 2007, he left his legal company to pursue a five-generation family real estate business that began with his great-great-grandpa, Jacob Stern. Over $1 billion in real estate has been sold through his firm. And he's finalized deals like the biggest Sunset Strip transaction ever, the biggest Beverly Hills property sale, the most expensive commercial sale per square foot in Beverly Hills, and more. Jason was recruited to teach Real Estate Practice at the University of California, Los Angeles because he is so enthusiastic about real estate. He was able to share his expertise and experience with others on how he was able to achieve such success in the real estate sector.

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Jason's relationship with co-star Chrishell Stause

From colleagues to co-stars to pals to dating to exes, that was one long ride! Before taking things to the next level in 2021, Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim had a long history together. When she went to work for The Oppenheim Group in 2018, she met Jason and his twin brother Brett Oppenheim. Stause had recently married Justin Hartley when the two met. The actress and the 'This Is Us' actor separated in November 2019 while she was shooting season 3, with Stause claiming she learned of the divorce filing by a text message. Stause and Jason confirmed their relationship in the summer of 2021, while the crew seemed to be taking a break from taping seasons 4 and 5. Jason said in November 2021 that their friendship created the ideal foundation for an open and honest relationship. A source told Us Weekly less than a month later that the 'Selling Sunset' stars had broken up before Christmas. Jason showed his support for Chrishell at a book signing for her book 'Under Construction: Because Living My Best Life Took a Little Work', less than two months after their breakup.

Jason's most well-known ex-girlfriends are Chrishell and Mary from 'Selling Sunset', but he's had other ex-girlfriends who aren't as well-known as his Netflix co-stars. Season 4 ended with a tease of Jason and Chrishell's new romance as season 5's primary plotline. Now that they've broken up, it'll be fascinating to watch how the remainder of the season plays out.

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What is Jason Oppenheim's net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Jason Oppenheim has a net worth of $50 million as of 2021. His enormous wealth stems from his successful work as a real estate broker and lawyer. His business generates roughly $1 billion in revenue. He's also made a lot of money from the Netflix series. Jason is regarded as one of the wealthiest persons in the United States. 

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Jason has recently announced a spinoff series called 'Selling the OC,' and it appears that he will be spending a lot more time in the Newport Beach region. He spent $7 million in October on a 13,000-square-foot showplace in the area. The Mediterranean-style estate was built in 2017 and is located just a few miles north of Oppenheim Group's new Corona Del Mar headquarters, which opened earlier this year. He bought Jeremy Renner's former Mount Olympus property for $5.125 million last year, which he has put up for listing this year.

His new property is considerably bigger, and at 13,000 square feet, it's the third-largest home to sell in Newport Beach this year, according to Oppenheim. Six bedrooms, two garages, eight bathrooms, and a few indoor-outdoor areas are wedged between hardwood floors and beamed ceilings in this home. A dog-washing station, wine cellar, movie theater, and billiards area are among the attractions available. The two-story residence wraps around a swimming pool and spa in the backyard, which is overlooked by a Juliet balcony.

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