Netflix original series Selling Sunset turned the agents of Los Angeles’s Oppenheim Group into instant celebrities. Of the pack, agent Christine Quinn stood out from the start with her over-the-top outfits, hilarious quips, and her no-nonsense "tell it like it is" attitude. The 31-year-old recently posed for Vogue and spoke with the magazine about what's next.
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Since COVID-19 began, Quinn explains there’s been a decline in the real estate market as well as people's willingness to buy or sell (or at least when it comes to the multi-million dollar properties and clients she handles). "We’re not sure where it’s going to go, but I know people still need homes—it’s an essential business," she told the outlet, adding that she’s "cautiously hopeful."
In the meantime, she shared some good news: "I’m starting a new business of my own—the details are to be confirmed because I’m working on my branding, visual and verbal identity," Quinn said. While everything is still very much under wraps — and it's unknown whether it will relate to the type of work she does at the Oppenheim Group, she noted that “real estate will always be a part of my life because it’s something I love and it’s something you can do under your own steam."
Right now she’s working on making sure her new company is reflective of her values: "Inclusivity and diversity are important to me," she said. Knowing Quinn, this new venture is sure to be extravagant. So extravagant that she thinks it deserves some air time. "A spin-off solo show would be a great idea," she added. "I’m so tired of sharing screen time with those five other b*tches—I’m done. Give me my own show already!"
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