'Selling The OC': What is Brandi Marshall’s net worth? Family-oriented realtor is all-about big bucks
Even though every commission is sometimes shared three or four ways, Brandi still makes close to $500,000 annually
If there's one thing Netflix's 'Selling The OC' shows us about realtor Brandi Marshall, it's that she's not just fiery, but also hardworking, truthful, and completely loyal to her family. She said that her first concern is to provide for people closest to her, particularly her elderly mother and the two children she shares with erstwhile professional basketball player Sean Marshall. In August 2021, she began working as a realtor associate with Oppenheim Group. Learn about her experiences, earnings, and total current net worth.
What is Brandi Marshall’s net worth?
Brandi Nicole Marshall, a native of Rialto, California, has always been highly ambitious as a result of the basic principles instilled in her and the challenges she observed growing up. That's why, after graduating from Eisenhower High School, she registered at California State University-San Bernardino to obtain a Mass Communication degree (a field in which she had a true interest). She then began her career in public relations, steadily rising through the ranks until she was a successful executive in the entertainment sector in the diversified center of Los Angeles.
Brandi worked as a publicist for over 15 years at prestigious organizations such as AM PR Group and 20th Century Fox Studios before shifting into real estate in 2017. Although it is unknown when she earned her license, she did quickly develop a reputation for herself as a Realtor Associate and a Consultant within this particular arena. As a result, it's no surprise that she seems to be a member of not just The Oppenheim Group in Orange County, but also Active Realty and IRBY Real Estate Group in other places.
According to Brandi's biography on The Oppenheim Group's website, she is a "great communicator" as well as a "sharp negotiator" to guarantee "her clients achieve their end goal." Her goal, on the other hand, is to assist them to locate their dream estates in comfort, which is why "she offers complete, discreet service to sellers, buyers, and investors of Southern California property." The greatest feature is that she has effectively broken into the higher-end luxury sector, which means that the listings she currently handles are virtually invariably "in the upper millions of dollars."
For a long time, the typical yearly salary of a public relations professional in California has been approximately $130,000-$170,000. Furthermore, the Netflix franchise makes it very clear that the commission real estate salespeople receive while selling unquestionably expensive residences is often a consistent 3% of the overall sale. As a result, because Brandi exclusively deals in such properties (with a recent listings average of more than $6.5 million) and presumably closes at least 10-20 residences each year, the fees she receives are tremendous.
Brandi earns close to half a million dollars each year, according to thecinemaholic.com statistics, despite the fact that every commission is sometimes shared three or four ways. These splits benefit the listing agent, the buyer agent, and their respective brokerages; consequently, double closing agreements are critical for every realtor. Taking everything into account — her career in public relations as well as her high-reward real estate ventures — they assess her net worth to be closer to $3 million.
'Selling The OC' premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, August 24.