The real estate reality TV series returns for Season 4
The couple grew close filming the popular Netflix reality TV series over the past few years and their friendship soon blossomed into romance.
Oppenheim, the broker whose name is on the door (along with his twin brother’s), spoke with Fox News Digital about Season 4 of the highly-anticipated series known for its glitzy Los Angeles real estate listings and even more glamourous agents.
And while fans might see sparks fly between Stause, 40, and Oppenheim, more of their relationship will be covered in Season 5.
He said of their chemistry, “We’ve always been really good at communicating both before we started dating and it continued after.”
The transition was made easier by the support of the cast who are also close friends. “We all have the same close friends. And I mean, they were extremely supportive. I think that there were comments made by, you know, at least one agent that wasn’t supportive. But generally speaking, everyone’s been extremely supportive.”
Oppenheim finally commented on how blurred the line can become in the office between professional and personal issues. “A lot of these people are my best friends. So I spend a lot of time talking to them when they have issues. They involve me but I try to stay neutral and try to kind of separate professional issues from personal issues as much as I can because I think my job as a broker is to really deal with the professional issues,” he reasoned
Joining the cast in Season 4 are two new agents: Vanessa Villela and Emma Hernan. The latter being a friend of Oppenheim’s.