Real Estate Broker Jason Oppenheim’s Net Worth Forbes: How Much Does He Make, and Why Is He Rich?

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What is Jason Oppenheim’s net worth? The ’Selling Sunset’ star has an impressive career and has made an impressive fortune from his real estate business.

Jason Oppenheim is an American real estate broker, attorney, and reality television personality. He is best known for being featured on the Netflix reality series “Selling Sunset” (2019–present) alongside his twin brother, Brett.

He is the President and Founder of the Los Angeles-based real estate brokerage The Oppenheim Group, and he was named one of the Best Real Estate Agents in America by the “Wall Street Journal” in 2019 as well as the #1 Agent in the Hollywood Hills/Sunset Strip area.

Oppenheim previously worked as an attorney at O’Melveny & Myers.

The Reality TV personality and his costar Chrishell Stause were known for having had a long-term relationship while on the show. The paparazzi caught them sharing a kiss while on vacation in Rome, Italy. But, how much is Jason Oppenheim worth today? Read on for details about his wealth.

Jason Oppenheim

Profile Summary

Celebrated Name:Jason Oppenheim
Net Worth:$50 million
Profession:Real Estate Broker, Attorney
Date of Birth:April 12, 1977 (Age: 46 years old)
Birthplace:Palo Alto, California

What is Jason Oppenheim’s net worth?

Jason’s Oppenheim Group bio details his career history: He earned his undergraduate degree and his law degree from UC Berkeley and then started working for the law firm O’Melveny & Myers, where he represented the former CEO of Enron Corporation in a criminal and civil trial. He also represented the company Advanced Micro Devices in a monopolization suit against Intel Corporation.

“I have always been an analytical thinker and a career in law seemed like a logical progression,” he told Swagger Magazine in 2020. “That’s what the law represents — intellectual argument, advocacy for your client, and critical thinking.”

Jason eventually ditched law for a real estate career and followed a five-generation family tradition that began when his great-great-grandfather started one of Los Angeles’ first real estate companies in 1889, as Jason’s bio touts.

“Getting into the real estate industry during the Great Recession was not easy,” he explained to Swagger. “Many agents were dropping out at the same time I was just starting my career. I made a bet, and relied on my passion, determination, and grit to get me where I am today.”

After three years at Coldwell Banker — where his team was named the top real estate team on the West Coast — he set out on his own and founded The Oppenheim Group, where he works with twin brother Brett Oppenheim.

So, how much is Jason Oppenheim worth right now? The Netflix reality star has an estimated current net worth of $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Jason Oppenheim has made such a huge fortune from his career as a real estate broker and lawyer. He is the President and Founder of the Los Angeles-based real estate brokerage The Oppenheim Group, and he was named one of the Best Real Estate Agents in America per Wall Street.

He has more than $1 billion in closed real estate sales.

Jason’s bio also boasts impressive statistics about his real estate carer. He has closed sales of more than $1 billion, for example, and has active listings of more than $300 million. Those listings include a $100-million property, as well as the largest home in Hollywood Hills.

According to The Tab, Jason has worked with celebrities like Chloë Grace Moretz, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, basketball star Kris Humphries, actor Orlando Bloom, rocker Rob Zombie, actress Dakota Johnson, singer Nicole Scherzinger, and Tinder co-founder Sean Rad.

“I know how I got successful,” Jason told Swagger. “I’m probably the only agent at my level that still only uses a personal cell phone and no office line. I answer all my calls personally without an assistant. My clients are loyal because I keep it personal and am very direct with them. I am an agent first, but also a confidant and advisor.”