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'Selling The OC': What is Alexandra Rose's net worth? Meet the first agent at Oppenheim Group's OC office

The Oppenheim Group OC claims that during her first four years of employment, Alexandra Rose generated close to $100 million in sales
Alexandra Rose (Instagram/alexandraroseoc)
Alexandra Rose (Instagram/alexandraroseoc)

ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: Alexandra Rose has joined the cast of 'Selling The OC,' a spin-off show of 'Selling Sunset,' as fans prepare to fill their days with drama from the world of real estate. The Netflix series has gone all out with stunning teasers, giving thirsty fans a sneak peek at the upcoming season, with Alexandra Rose appearing to be the focus.

If, like us, you've had a 'Selling Sunset'-sized hole in your heart since Season 5 premiered on Netflix in April of this year, don't worry— 'Selling The OC,' the long-awaited second spin-off program, is on the way. We'll be able to binge-watch 'Selling the OC' that follows a brand-new group of realtors selling property to the mega-rich of Southern California's Orange County, beginning Wednesday, August 24. Season veterans Brett and Jason Oppenheim — twin brothers and cofounders of the Oppenheim Group — will, of course, lead them. Fans can only hope that Alexandra isn't too neat and controlled for the expected brokerage drama.


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What is Alexandra Rose's net worth?

Alexandra has a thorough grasp of the changing real estate market, with close to $100M in sales in her first four years as a realtor and a degree in finance and economics, allowing her to assist her clients in making wise decisions that correspond with their real estate goals. According to her LinkedIn, her career began in 2013 when she obtained employment as a sales rep at Nordwon, where she stayed for a long period of time. Then, after joining Sotheby's International Realty in California, she took a deep dive into the world of real estate negotiations. Regardless, it was The Oppenheim Group office in Newport Beach, California, the United States, that spotted her true potential, as they leveraged her salesmanship as far as possible. She continues to bring in the big bucks even after a year.

Her professional history in sales and client care guarantees that her clients receive customized counsel and that they can be certain that her ability, knowledge, and patience will make purchasing and selling a house a joyful process. Alexandra Rose delivers local market expertise, outstanding negotiation abilities, and superior client care to every transaction, earning a reputation for her honesty, professionalism, and relentless work ethic. She takes pleasure in her ability to properly manage a variety of jobs while maintaining a happy, can-do attitude and always putting her clients first.

Alexandra, who is originally from Orange County, relocated to Dallas with her family when she was ten years old. But she always wanted to return to her Southern California origins. She returned at the age of eighteen to further her schooling and profession. Alexandra may be found enjoying all the outdoor things Orange County has to offer when she is not working.

Alexandra initially met Jason in 2020 at the 1 Hotel in Miami Beach. She decided to take a chance and offer him her business card, but he didn't appear to take her seriously in that moment. Mary Fitzgerald of 'Selling Sunset,' who was with Jason in Miami, gave Alexandra his email address and encouraged her to write him a mail when he returned from vacation. They met in person after she emailed him, she was the very first agent employed at the Oppenheim Group's Orange County office. She is the office's highest-producing agent. Her biggest real estate flex is knocking on a $20 million home's door and actually acquiring the listing.


Her appearances in the unscripted TV drama depicting the fascinating lives of the real estate specialists play a significant role in maintaining her capital, as she is paid a big sum of money for a single episode. To say she lives a luxury lifestyle is an understatement, since her closet alone may cost thousands of dollars. Her million-dollar transactions also fund her way of life, as she sold two million dollars in oceanfront properties in California. She helps her clients imagine the house of their dreams by using eye-catching aerial views of under-developed private constructions to help them picture the empty sections of cement as spaces of possibility. Fans who are eager for *all* the tea about Alexandra Rose and the rest of the agents make sure to tune into Netflix on August 24.