Davina Potratz has confirmed that she is the Oppenheim Group to work for a rival brokerage.
The Selling Sunset star revealed she would be joining Beverly Hills company Douglas Elliman, after being given an opportunity she couldn’t refuse.
This is the second cast mate to leave the luxury brokerage since season three aired, with co-founder Brett Oppenheim also leaving to branch out on his own.
Speaking to PEOPLE, Davina said: “It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision.”
“I’m really excited to be a part of Douglas Elliman and their very sophisticated and global new development division.
“My background is in new development sales and marketing, so this is just a wonderful opportunity for me,” she added, “It’s just very in tune with my skills.”
The Oppenheim Group’s co-founder Jason Oppenheim said he “wanted the best” for Davina, and wished her luck in her latest endevour.
“Davina has always been a tremendous asset and a valued agent at the Oppenheim Group, and she is also a friend whose career decisions I very much respect and support,” he said.
“I will always want the best for Davina, and I hope that we continue to work together in the future.”
“He was sad but he absolutely understands,” Davina added.
She also revealed that she was yet the break the news to her Selling Sunset cast mates – Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Amanza Smith and Heather Rae Young.
“We all know each other so well. So I think they’ll be excited and supportive,” the real estate agent said.
Despite leaving the luxury brokerage, Davina revealed she wanted to remain on the hit Netflix series: “I certainly hope that I’m still part of the cast.
“Brett is not at the Oppenheim Group anymore either, so I don’t think that that’s going to be an issue at all.”
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