For individuals who’ve but to complete the season, in episode 10, fellow realtor Emma Hernan informed Mary and Oppenheim Group boss Jason Oppenheim that rival Christine Quinn supplied considered one of her shoppers $5,000 to not work together with her.
And whereas the second was surprising for viewers at dwelling, Mary revealed that the alleged bribe might’ve been a far greater concern for the realtor and the brokerage. In keeping with Mary, the supply was “utterly unethical,” but additionally bordered on “unlawful” if a key doc had been signed.
“If Emma had had the itemizing settlement signed already, which she was on the point of, it could be unlawful,” Mary defined, “So [Christine] would lose her license, she would lose every little thing. However the itemizing settlement for this specific property wasn’t signed simply but, fortunately. In any other case, she would have authorized points.”
She additionally informed E! Information that the workplace “backed up the story.”
Mary, who was promoted to vp within the new season, made it clear that the brokerage doesn’t condone this sort of conduct. “We satisfaction ourselves on our integrity,” she mentioned, “and the way in which we deal with shoppers and the way in which we deal with one another and we won’t have this at our brokerage. It is simply it is not okay.”