Here's How Much Selling Sunset's Mary Fitzgerald Is Actually Worth

Netflix's Selling Sunset seems to pack it all into one show. It offers drama, Los Angeles mansions, heartbreak, Ferraris, and drool-worthy shots of the Hollywood Hills — not to mention that $40 million mansion. No wonder the show is such a hit! A major part of Selling Sunset's appeal is that viewers get a closer look at the personal lives of the featured realtors. There's the drama between Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn. Then, there's Christine's marriage to new husband Christian Richard. And how about Heather Rae Young's relationship with Flip or Flop's Tarek El Moussa?

All that being said, one of the most exciting parts of the show by far is seeing the price tags on those Los Angeles mansions, followed by the equally impressive commissions made by the realtors. There's no doubt that there's big money in this particular world of real estate. One of the biggest jokes on the show is that realtor Mary Fitzgerald – who dated the president of the eponymous company, The Oppenheim Group, Jason Oppenheim — doesn't need to hustle for listings. Why? Because Jason seems to give all of them to her. Amazingly, this doesn't seem to be awkward for Mary's husband, Romain Bonnet.

According to Cosmopolitan, the other realtors seemingly notice the favoritism, but Mary makes a point of denying any such reality in quite a few episodes. Whatever the case, Mary appears to be a talented realtor who isn't afraid to hustle for her clients. So what is her net worth?

Mary Fitzgerald works hard for her money

A position with The Oppenheim Group seemingly translates to big money. Their speciality, according to the group's official website, is "luxury property in Los Angeles" and they boast "more than $1B+ in total sales and $300 million in active listings." Not too shabby. So what is Mary Fitzgerald's cut of this fancy pie? According to The Sun, Mary's net worth sits at $1 million. (While this amount was reported by The Sun and the Evening Standard, it has not been confirmed by Celebrity Net Worth.)

While that's certainly a sweet amount of cash, Mary opened up to Express about why the job can be challenging. "I think the hardest thing in real estate is working for commission only," Mary said. "Spending months sometimes with a client and then they change their minds."

Of course, there are some easy deals too, as Mary explained: "The best part can also be when a client finds something they love immediately and I make a huge commission with very little effort." She continued, "This unfortunately is not normally the case, but I have double-ended deals represented the buyer as well on my own listing, so this is the best scenario for an agent."

If the job seems easy or hard, it doesn't seem to matter to Mary. She'll put in the work to seal the deal (and make a good chunk of change while doing it)!