Now that season three of Selling Sunset has officially hit Netflix, we’ve been spending a lot of time in awe of the realtors/reality TV stars featured on the show.

From the first episode of the series, it was immediately clear that the entire cast is fairly (OK, very) wealthy. The richest realtor, however, is Chrishell Stause, who joined the show on season one. So, what is Chrishell Stause’s net worth? We’re breaking down all the deets.

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, about $5 million.

And while she’s recently become more well-known for her role on Netflix’s hit reality show (not to mention, her recent divorce from Justin Hartley—more on that later), not all of her wealth has come from being a realtor. However, we’ll start there.

2. ‘Selling Sunset’

The series, which follows employees of a Los Angeles luxury real estate brokerage, The Oppenheim Group, welcomed Stause in season one as a new addition to the office. Despite being a newcomer, she’s made quite a name for herself.

Since joining The Oppenheim Group, Stause has sold a handful of multi-million dollar homes, with commissions in the tens of thousands. To be fair, not all of those commissions likely go directly into her pocket.

3. Her acting

While she’s definitely proven herself as a realtor, she’s also had an impressive acting career.

Before Selling Sunset, Stause spent many years as a soap opera actress appearing on shows such as All My Children (where she starred as Amanda Dillon from 2005 until 2011), The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives.

And although we don’t know for sure what kind of money she was making back then, Showbiz Cheatsheet reports that salaries for these shows can range from anywhere between $450 to $1,000 per episode.

The Kentucky-native has also appeared in the films The Crimson Mask, Another Time and My Little Girl Is Gone.

4. Her Marriage

Until recently, the 35-year-old star was married to This Is Us actor Justin Hartley (whose own net worth is estimated somewhere around $7 million). In fact, the couple’s marriage fallout plays out during the end of Selling Sunset’s second season as well as season three.

No word on how the divorce will effect either of their personal finances. But luckily, they both seem to be doing just fine on their own.

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