Sunset’s Maya Vander Sale Launches Own Real Estate Company in Miami: ‘We’re Taking Over’
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Maya Vander is her own boss!
The sell sunset star, 40, announced the launch of her new real estate company, The Maya Vander Group, on Instagram on Friday.
“Introducing… The Maya Vander Band Team! 👏 👏 👏 👏 Excited to continue sharing this new chapter. Miami, we’re taking over! 🌇,” Vander wrote alongside a sun-kissed photo of herself posing with three fellow real estate agents.
“We all work hard and push every day. We love and respect our clients which is VERY important to succeeding in real estate,” she added, urging her followers to follow her business Instagram page @themayavandergroup.
In the comments section, she sell sunset Oppenheim band co-star and boss Jason Oppenheim showed his support, writing, “Yes maya!!!!👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️.”
Her teammate Davina Potratz also wrote, “Proud of you 👏👏👏👏😍.”
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During the first five seasons of the Netflix show, fans saw Vander – who worked as a real estate agent for the Oppenheim Group – split his time between Miami and Los Angeles, where the series is set. She openly wanted to be in Miami full time with her husband and their children. Vander shares son Aiden, 3, and daughter Elle, 2, with husband David Miller.
In December, the reality star said on the Domenick Nati show podcast that she doesn’t want to return to the hit show as a full-time cast member if it’s renewed for a sixth season.
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“I’m probably not going to be part of the full-time cast because it’s going to be logistically difficult for me to go back and forth again, especially with a third child,” said Vander, who was pregnant with her third. child at the time. She then suffered a pregnancy loss at 38 weeks.
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Vander added: “My business in Miami is really good and I want to focus on that…realistically, I’m probably going to stay more focused on Miami, my family and my business here, if we’re renewed for another season. “
When the season finale aired in April, Vander said goodbye to Los Angeles and has been living in Miami ever since.