Selling Sunset’s Maya Vander would ‘love’ to shoot spinoff in Miami as future on series is 'up in the air'

SELLING Sunset star Maya Vander exclusively told The Sun that she would “love” to shoot a spinoff show in Florida, as her future on the California-based series remains “up in the air.”

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Maya revealed she has been studying for her broker license in Florida, where she resides with her husband and their two young children. 

On the hit Netflix series, Maya was in a long-distance relationship with her husband while working as one of Jason and Brett Oppenheim’s top real estate agents for their brokerage, The Oppenheim Group. 

When filming for Season 3 wrapped and coronavirus hit earlier this year, Maya returned to and remained in Florida. 

After welcoming her son Aiden in 2019 and their daughter Elle earlier this year, her future with the brokerage and show remains “up in the air.”

She told The Sun: “My husband is in Miami. I’m comfortable here. I don't know if I want to deal with long distance, especially now with a newborn and a 15-month-old. It’s tough and not easy.

“I have to think, ‘How am I going to do that?’ If I’m going to be there four or five months of the year, it’s not going to happen. If I fly every couple of weeks, possibly."

Though Maya doesn’t know “what will happen,” as the cast hasn’t heard about filming for Season 4, she would “love to shoot a spinoff in Miami.”

She continued: “I think it would be amazing. We’ll see, that’s just an idea.”

But for now, Maya continues to work for The Oppenheim Group, as she hopes to help them expand to the Sunshine State.

She said: “I’m studying for my broker license here. As far as The Oppenheim Group, I am still with Jason. We are trying to work on a deal together in Miami. 

“There is a great market in Miami for luxury houses here. It fits The Oppenheim Group's brand and prestige. I just have to convince Jason and Brett!”

As seen on the show, Maya was interested in the development side of real estate. 

She also opened up about her plans to own her own brokerage one day. 

Maya told The Sun: “Ideally I would like to do my own development. Right now it’s not realistic, especially being with two kids at home, it’s more difficult. 

“It's something to look forward to in the future potentially, do more flips. And be on the other side of the table as far as real estate. Own your own and do your own stuff. 

“I might do it one day. Own my own brokerage, my own company.”

In a previous interview with The Sun, Maya revealed a storyline for Season 3 will be co-star Chrishell Stause’s divorce from This Is Us star Justin Hartley. 

She said: “It was a shock to all of us. I felt really bad. We just tried to be there for her as much as we could.

“Sometimes people don’t necessarily want to talk about what’s going on in their lives. You have to be there for them and let them know that we got their back.”

The mother of two added: “We’re always there to listen and help. She’s going to deal with it her own way.”

In addition to Chrishell’s divorce, Selling Sunset will also feature Christine Quinn’s “amazing” and “fun” wedding to her husband Christian Richard. 

The Netflix hit will also show drama among The Oppenheim Group’s real estate agents, including owner Jason’s favoritism towards his ex-girlfriend Mary. 

Did Davina Potratz sell the $40million house on Selling Sunset?

FANS are eagerly awaiting the return of Netflix's smash hit reality show Selling Sunset.

In season 2 those sexy realtors still hadn't sold the impressive $40million mansion, but it looks like the third season might finally see someone move into it.

The Los Angeles Times revealed the house was sold in December 2019 with for $35.5million

Maya explained: “We’re going to talk about the relationship and dynamic of the office.

"The favorite of Jason slightly towards Mary with their history together. We’re going to have some conversations of that.”

Selling Sunset airs on Friday, August 7 on Netflix.

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