Sad to see her go.
Selling Sunset star Maya Vander has confirmed that she will be leaving the series following the announcement it has been renewed for two more seasons.
The hit Netflix series is starting production on its sixth season, and Maya won’t be appearing in it.
Rumours began circling online that she wouldn’t be back after it emerged she had her real estate license transferred from The Oppenheim Group to Compass.
The 40 year old has confirmed she has left The Oppenheim Group to open her own real estate agency in Miami this year.
Maya told Page Six: “I decided to not execute my contract. I love the show, and it was great, but I’m excited to focus on the Miami real estate market.
“I want to focus on my family, and flying coast to coast is a lot. The show is great, and I love everyone, but looking forward to growing my business in South Florida.”
The publication also confirmed Maya’s license has been transferred from The Oppenheim Group to Compass.
During the season five finale, The Oppenheim Group hosted a goodbye lunch for Maya as she left for Miami permently.
As Maya is based in Miami and travels to LA for work, it is believed that this began to take a toll on her family life. Maya is married to David Miller and they share two children, Aiden and Elle.
Fans began theorising this recently after Maya didn’t appear with her castmates at the MTV Movie Awards.
Revealing that the show is returning, Netflix tweeted: “BREAKING: Selling Sunset has been renewed for a sixth and seventh season! Production will start this summer.”
They also posted a trailer of the spin-off series Selling The OC which follows what goes on at The Oppenheim Group’s other office.
While we say goodbye to Maya on our screens, it is believed that Mary Fitzgerald and Heather Young will both be returning and Christine Quinn‘s future is in the air after she didn’t come to the season five reunion.