Nicole Young’s journey in the realm of high-end real estate, particularly on the hit show “Selling Sunset,” has been marked by notable moments, including a heated altercation with Chrishell Stause during Chelsea’s birthday party in the first episode of season 7. This contentious exchange, where Stause claimed, “I make more than you in five minutes than you could make in five years,” stirred curiosity about the actual wealth of the show’s newest cast members.
Despite the allegations of financial insufficiency, quickly refuted by Young herself on Instagram, this incident sparked interest in the net worth of the latest additions to the “Selling Sunset” cast. Young, who joined the show in its sixth season, had been associated with the Oppenheim Group even before the series gained popularity, working as a real estate agent specializing in luxury properties across Southern California.
Originally hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Young pursued studies in marketing and public relations at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, before relocating to Los Angeles in 2007. Her career kicked off as a marketing consultant, where she worked extensively with multinational corporations, contributing significantly to brand strategy, product launches, sales campaigns, and customer outreach.
Transitioning to a career in real estate, Young established herself as a prominent figure within the Oppenheim Group, showcasing her expertise and accomplishments in the industry. In fact, in the trailer for season 6, Young proudly boasts of having achieved over $100 million in sales.
Her association with Jason Oppenheim, the company’s president and founder, dates back to its inception, extending beyond a professional bond. Young was, in fact, the very first agent recruited by Oppenheim. Additionally, she shares a close friendship with Mary Fitzgerald, the group’s vice president, officiating Fitzgerald’s wedding to Romain Bonnet in 2019.
Nicole Young’s net worth is estimated at $3 million, as reported by Ranker via Cosmopolitan. Beyond her successful career in real estate, Young has secured various brand endorsements, especially post her appearances on “Selling Sunset.” Her husband, Brandon Young, serves as a senior director of music affairs at Activision Blizzard, a major game studio in the United States, contributing further to their combined wealth. Their longstanding marriage, spanning over five years, suggests that the $3 million valuation might be a conservative estimate of Nicole Young’s actual net worth.