'Selling Sunset': Maya Vander Responds to 'Million Dollar Listing' Shade – 'No Doubt That Our Show Is More Successful' (Exclusive)

Maya Vander is well aware of the ongoing shade being thrown at Selling Sunset by the Million Dollar Listing brokers. And while some of the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles brokers have joked that the Selling Sunset agents aren’t real or “candy for Netflix,” Vander isn’t overly upset about the remarks.

In fact, she chuckled when asked about the shade, sharing that she loves Million Dollar Listing. But she noted that drama on Selling Sunset is a serious ratings driver. And the cast knows their show is highly successful.

‘Selling Sunset’ is more successful than ‘Million Dollar Listing,’ Maya Vander says

Maya Vander did a deal with Josh and Matt Altman in the past

“So I can tell you when I lived in L.A. for time, I used to go to broker’s opens. I used to see every single open house. Actually, a long time ago, I did a deal with Josh and Matt [Altman],” she recalled. “Tracy, I don’t think I ever saw either, but I also am not in L.A. full time. So I’m there when we film the show and I try to get my clients in the show.”

“And as far as the other ladies, I mean, everybody can check,” she asserted. “You know, they can check the real estate licenses. We all do real estate.”

Tracy Tutor recently referred to ‘Selling Sunset’ as ‘candy for Netflix’

Tracy Tutor recently applauded Selling Sunset‘s success while at the same time referring to the brokers as “candy for Netflix.”

“They have beautiful women working for them, which obviously was, you know, like candy for Netflix,” she said on the Dear Reality, You’re Effed podcast.  “I’m not going to say that they don’t sell real estate. But if you were like, let’s pick some great women in real estate in Los Angeles that are doing business and successful, not even necessarily at the top of the game, but who are doing business. You would not point out the women that are on that show.”

“That being said, I think they’re doing business?” she added. “I’ve never personally done any deals with them, but I think they’re doing great. And to be honest with you good for them. They have a great, very successful show on Netflix. And, you know, they’re killing it. Whether they’re killing it in real estate or on Netflix, who gives a sh*t. You know, I’ve never done a deal with any of them, but that doesn’t mean, you know, a whole heck of a lot.”

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