Maya Vander Confirms She’s Not Returning to ‘Selling Sunset’

Maya Vander will not be returning to “Selling Sunset” for season 6, the broker confirms to Vidak For Congress.

“I have decided not to perform my contract,” she says amid conflicting reports about her status in the Netflix reality series.

“I love the show, and it was great, but I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market.”

The 40-year-old owner of the Maya Vander Group adds: “I want to focus on my family and flying from coast to coast is a lot. The show is great and I love everyone, but I’m looking forward to growing my business in South Florida.”

Vander’s real estate license was also transferred from The Oppenheim Group to Compass, a move that Us Weekly reports Jason Oppenheim – co-founder of the former – is “well-informed”.

Maya Vander on the phone in an episode of "Sell ​​sunset"
“Flying from coast to coast is a lot,” she says.
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Vander’s career move comes amid several devastating losses in her personal life.

Earlier this week, the mother of two revealed she had miscarried six months after giving birth to her stillborn son.

“I’ve had a really crazy week,” she wrote atop an Instagram Story photo of her 3-year-old son, Aiden, sleeping. “Miscarriage at 10 weeks…after my stillbirth…but my kids and my husband are definitely my blessing and I am so lucky to be their mom!”

Maya Vander on the set of "Sell ​​sunset"
“I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market,” she adds.
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Vander has credited her partner, Dave Miller, Aiden and their 2-year-old daughter, Elle, with providing “joy and happiness” as she grieves.

She further advised her followers to “hug and love the people”. [they] care,” concluding, “Don’t take things for granted.”

The broker had a stillbirth in December 2021.

Tina Louise, Mary Fitzgerald, Amanza Smith, Heather Rae Young, Chrishell Stause, Maya Vander, Emma Hernan and Davina Potratz on "Sell ​​sunset" Season 5
Vander’s real estate license was also transferred from The Oppenheim Group to Compass.

Earlier this month, she reflected on the tragedy and said she found healing by staying “busy.”

However, that is no longer a coastal job.

In August 2020, Vander revealed to us that she was “technically going back” [to Los Angeles] to film the show” prior to its debut.

After 15 years in LA and three with The Oppenheim Group, her husband was offered a job in Miami, so they moved – right when “Selling Sunet” was busted.

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