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How Big Is Your Carbon Footprint? Here’s How To Check
Carbon emissions and footprints are frequently mentioned in conversations about living more sustainably but getting to the bottom of what they are – and finding out yours – can feel confusing.Checking your carbon footprint is actually an easy way to assess the impact your actions are having on the planet and understanding it can help you make small changes which will have a positive effect on the world around us.If you’ve no idea where to start, here’s everything you need to know.Why are carbon emissions important? Most of the carbon emissions we put out into the atmosphere come in the form of carbon dioxide, produced by the burning of fossil fuels. As these gases collect, they begin to heat up and cause global warming. Put simply, your carbon footprint is the total amount of emissions caused by your actions. This includes everything from the environmental impact of what you have for breakfast to your holiday plans.As a global community, we need to work to reach net zero, which means reaching a balance between the emissions produced and those removed from the atmosphere. The UK government has set the aim of doing so by 2050, though numerous experts think we need to act quicker.How do I check my carbon footprint? There are many online calculators which can help you work out your carbon output. The World Wildlife Foundation has created a straightforward questionnaire, while Resurgence offers a more detailed take if you input information including your household’s energy usage. These will generate a rough estimation of your carbon footprint.There are also apps including Giki Zero, which goes one step further and allows you to monitor your score and improve it by recording small changes in behaviour and habits. Its founder, Jo Hand, points out that doing this will also often have positive impacts on other areas of your life too.“There’s often this feeling that if you’re going to live more sustainably, or be more eco-friendly, it has to cost more,” she says. “Actually, cutting your footprint can often help save money as well, and it can be better for your health and better for nature more generally.” How to improve your carbon footprint… Recent research from the Energy Saving Trust revealed 22% of our carbon emissions come from our homes, making it the perfect place to start making improvements. It advises starting with simple things like wrapping up warm while trying to feel cosy in the winter months, and keeping the curtains closed in the evenings to stop heat escaping through the windows.The Big Energy Saving Winter campaign highlights that when you do need to pop the heating on, turning down the thermostat by just one degree can have a huge impact and if every household in the UK did so, we could save 3.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year – and your energy bill could go down by up to 10%.Other changes you can make without even leaving the house are making sure your appliances aren’t on standby and avoiding having your laptop and phone on charge unnecessarily. Make sure lights are turned off when you’re not using them too, and to go one step further, replace your bulbs with energy-efficient LEDs. If everyone in Britain did the same, we’d cut up to 1.8 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year and it could save you up to £40 a year on bills.Striving to live in a planet-friendly abode could also result in another saving, with Green Mortgages on offer for UK residents buying homes with a high Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating.By changing your shopping habits “In the UK, we buy on average over 30 pieces of new clothing or shoes every year,” says Hand. “So that has a carbon footprint because of the carbon emitted in the production of the clothing. Each time we buy a new piece of clothing, it has that environmental impact.”Buying fewer brand-new items will immediately lower your carbon footprint. “[We can] repurpose the clothes we have or swap them with a friend,” suggests Hand. “Buy second-hand, there’s Depop and loads of great vintage options which have grown quite significantly in the last 10 years.“It’s just about reframing the way you think about things approaching it in a different way.”Alter your food choices  A quarter of the world’s carbon emissions come from the food industry and of those, a whopping 58% come from the production of animal products. Sadly, there’s no avoiding the fact meat consumption is a huge contributor to our carbon footprint.Going vegan isn’t for everyone though, admits Hand, and if you don’t fancy going fully plant-based, you can still make other changes. “Swap some red meat for putting more vegetables in or pulses,” she says. “Or make it a bit of a treat instead of having meat every day. That definitely helps save money too.”Reducing food waste is another big factor. “The decomposition of the food also emits carbon so it’s a kind of double whammy there,” she says. “You’ve wasted the carbon to make the food and then you’ve created more carbon by having it decompose.“When you unload your latest shop, check you aren’t hiding loads of stuff at the back of the fridge. It’s all about the planning. Not necessarily every meal, but have a rough idea of what’s going to last until when, so you don’t end up wasting your food and money.” Travel  Finally, the way we travel, both daily and for holidays, is another area for improvement. When it comes to commuting, walking or cycling is best if possible, with public transport being the third most-planet friendly option.The Energy Savings Trust suggests rethinking your journey to work and considering if you could combine walking or cycling to a station with a journey on a train or bus. If driving is the only option, consider reaching out to neighbours or colleagues to see if you could lift share.When it comes to that all-important vacation time, flying is understandably the most carbon-intensive way to travel. “It’s just because planes are huge pieces of metal,” says Hand. “And they cover great distances that need a lot of fuel.”One of the lessons we can take forward from 2020 though, is that the British staycation can be just as relaxing and rewarding as jetting off abroad. “Loads of people went away in the UK,” says Hand. “And although it was a different holiday, it was just as good. We live in a beautiful country that we live in that sometimes we don’t really spend much time exploring.”
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How Big Is Your Carbon Footprint? Here’s How To Check
Carbon emissions and footprints are frequently mentioned in conversations about living more sustainably but getting to the bottom of what they are – and finding out yours – can feel confusing.Checking your carbon footprint is actually an easy way to assess the impact your actions are having on the planet and understanding it can help you make small changes which will have a positive effect on the world around us.If you’ve no idea where to start, here’s everything you need to know.Why are carbon emissions important? Most of the carbon emissions we put out into the atmosphere come in the form of carbon dioxide, produced by the burning of fossil fuels. As these gases collect, they begin to heat up and cause global warming. Put simply, your carbon footprint is the total amount of emissions caused by your actions. This includes everything from the environmental impact of what you have for breakfast to your holiday plans.As a global community, we need to work to reach net zero, which means reaching a balance between the emissions produced and those removed from the atmosphere. The UK government has set the aim of doing so by 2050, though numerous experts think we need to act quicker.How do I check my carbon footprint? There are many online calculators which can help you work out your carbon output. The World Wildlife Foundation has created a straightforward questionnaire, while Resurgence offers a more detailed take if you input information including your household’s energy usage. These will generate a rough estimation of your carbon footprint.There are also apps including Giki Zero, which goes one step further and allows you to monitor your score and improve it by recording small changes in behaviour and habits. Its founder, Jo Hand, points out that doing this will also often have positive impacts on other areas of your life too.“There’s often this feeling that if you’re going to live more sustainably, or be more eco-friendly, it has to cost more,” she says. “Actually, cutting your footprint can often help save money as well, and it can be better for your health and better for nature more generally.” How to improve your carbon footprint… Recent research from the Energy Saving Trust revealed 22% of our carbon emissions come from our homes, making it the perfect place to start making improvements. It advises starting with simple things like wrapping up warm while trying to feel cosy in the winter months, and keeping the curtains closed in the evenings to stop heat escaping through the windows.The Big Energy Saving Winter campaign highlights that when you do need to pop the heating on, turning down the thermostat by just one degree can have a huge impact and if every household in the UK did so, we could save 3.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year – and your energy bill could go down by up to 10%.Other changes you can make without even leaving the house are making sure your appliances aren’t on standby and avoiding having your laptop and phone on charge unnecessarily. Make sure lights are turned off when you’re not using them too, and to go one step further, replace your bulbs with energy-efficient LEDs. If everyone in Britain did the same, we’d cut up to 1.8 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year and it could save you up to £40 a year on bills.Striving to live in a planet-friendly abode could also result in another saving, with Green Mortgages on offer for UK residents buying homes with a high Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating.By changing your shopping habits “In the UK, we buy on average over 30 pieces of new clothing or shoes every year,” says Hand. “So that has a carbon footprint because of the carbon emitted in the production of the clothing. Each time we buy a new piece of clothing, it has that environmental impact.”Buying fewer brand-new items will immediately lower your carbon footprint. “[We can] repurpose the clothes we have or swap them with a friend,” suggests Hand. “Buy second-hand, there’s Depop and loads of great vintage options which have grown quite significantly in the last 10 years.“It’s just about reframing the way you think about things approaching it in a different way.”Alter your food choices  A quarter of the world’s carbon emissions come from the food industry and of those, a whopping 58% come from the production of animal products. Sadly, there’s no avoiding the fact meat consumption is a huge contributor to our carbon footprint.Going vegan isn’t for everyone though, admits Hand, and if you don’t fancy going fully plant-based, you can still make other changes. “Swap some red meat for putting more vegetables in or pulses,” she says. “Or make it a bit of a treat instead of having meat every day. That definitely helps save money too.”Reducing food waste is another big factor. “The decomposition of the food also emits carbon so it’s a kind of double whammy there,” she says. “You’ve wasted the carbon to make the food and then you’ve created more carbon by having it decompose.“When you unload your latest shop, check you aren’t hiding loads of stuff at the back of the fridge. It’s all about the planning. Not necessarily every meal, but have a rough idea of what’s going to last until when, so you don’t end up wasting your food and money.” Travel  Finally, the way we travel, both daily and for holidays, is another area for improvement. When it comes to commuting, walking or cycling is best if possible, with public transport being the third most-planet friendly option.The Energy Savings Trust suggests rethinking your journey to work and considering if you could combine walking or cycling to a station with a journey on a train or bus. If driving is the only option, consider reaching out to neighbours or colleagues to see if you could lift share.When it comes to that all-important vacation time, flying is understandably the most carbon-intensive way to travel. “It’s just because planes are huge pieces of metal,” says Hand. “And they cover great distances that need a lot of fuel.”One of the lessons we can take forward from 2020 though, is that the British staycation can be just as relaxing and rewarding as jetting off abroad. “Loads of people went away in the UK,” says Hand. “And although it was a different holiday, it was just as good. We live in a beautiful country that we live in that sometimes we don’t really spend much time exploring.”
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Kick Off 2021 With A Financial Detox. Here's How
Deciding on a New Year’s Resolution can be tough and while it’s tempting to overhaul your diet or vow to exercise daily, there’s an alternative option that doesn’t involve skipping dessert or running in the freezing cold – a financial detox.This may sound like a daunting process but future-proofing your finances can be broken down into manageable steps and will also have a positive impact on your overall mindset.“The pressures, worries and anxiety that are caused by falling behind in management of finances often results in a negative effect on mental health,” explains Natalie Montgomery, founder of Almara Consulting Group. “Financial detoxing will allow you to have a fresh perspective of your current circumstances.”If you’re not sure where to start then don’t worry. From reviewing where you stand to planning for the future, here’s how to kickstart 2021 with a money detox.Take stock of your finances While it can feel scary, knowing exactly where you stand is key to creating a manageable plan. Thankfully, there are plenty of online tools to help and Montgomery suggests kicking things off by finding a simple cash flow spreadsheet online, explaining: “We set ourselves up to succeed financially by ensuring we know where our money is going before it gets there.”“Pay attention to monthly expenses such as gym memberships and subscriptions”, advises Rosie Hooper, financial planner, “as these seemingly small figures soon add up”. She adds, “now is the time to reassess and make sure you’re getting your money’s worth with all the services you’re paying for.“You can also begin to evaluate your irregular outgoings, such as clothes shopping or meals out with friends. And while 2020 has had a lot of downsides, Hooper points out that it has given many of us the chance to see where we previously spent money unnecessarily – or as she puts it, “leaked” cash.“This is the best year that we’ve ever had for people to realise where they, quite frankly, waste their money,” she explains. “It’s like, ‘why was buying that cup of coffee and then quickly buying that lunch?’ because we haven’t been going into town, we’ve not been buying lunches out.“This is money you are literally just leaking and you’re not getting any value from it.”Understanding your credit rating The second step in taking stock of your finances is checking your credit rating, which you can do online in minutes, for free.There are three approved agencies you can use to check your score: Experian, Equifax or TransUnion. Each of these will perform what is known as a “soft check” on your file, which essentially means they’ll assess your rating without letting any lenders know you’ve looked (as sometimes checking your score regularly can work against you). When your report is generated, you’ll receive a numerical score and brief overview of how it was calculated.In order to build your score, making sure your bank is aware of any house moves and getting yourself on the electoral register. You can also prove that you’re financially responsible by making regular payments reliably and keeping on top of any debt by making the minimum repayments.Understanding your credit rating might not feel important right now but your current spending could have a long-term impact and affect your ability to borrow money or secure a mortgage in the future. Set a financial goal Perhaps you’d like to clear a chunk of debt or save up for a weekend away with mates – what you do with your hard-earned cash is entirely up to you. Don’t worry too much about how ambitious you’re being either, it’s more important to be realistic and set an achievable goal to work towards.“This will enable you to have a clear vision on how much you should be aiming to save each month throughout 2021 and what you intend on doing with your savings,” Montgomery says.The all-important budget Once you’ve assessed your outgoings and decided on what to aim for, it’s time to build a budget that will help you meet your money goals. Crack out the cashflow spreadsheet again and make a plan for how much you’d like to spend and save each month.Rather than seeing this a slightly tedious exercise in setting limits, Hooper suggests rethinking the activity. “I know some people think having a budget is restrictive but it’s not about restricting what you spend, it’s about having visibility,” she says. “There’s a key difference between restricting and visibility. If I know, I’m spending £250 on a Gucci belt and I love it, and I’m getting the value, I’m fine with that. But you need to be consciously aware of where you waste your money.”Putting aside savings each month – no matter how small – is also key. “Saving is a routine,” she says. “It’s a habit [and] you’ve got to make yourself do it.”Give yourself room for changes While your budget should be realistic, it’s not uncommon to find your spending plans are a little too tough to stick to and real-life also often throws curveballs you couldn’t have predicted.If you find yourself struggling, don’t panic. Montgomery recommends regularly setting aside a little time for an honest reassessment of your outgoings.“Even though their intentions are in the right place, many people do not meet their budgeting goals because after they create their plan, they do not take adequate time periodically throughout the year to review [it],” she says. “Review your budget plan once a month – set yourself a recurring reminder in your calendar!”Where to stash your savings  You’ve created the budget, adjusted it monthly and managed to set aside the extra cash… so now what? Where you decide to keep your savings will depend on what you’re planning to spend the money on but where your savings are kept separate from the funds used for day-to-day spending, is a good place to start.Montgomery also suggests trying to put some of your extra cash into a longer-term pot with an Individual Savings Account (ISA), adding: “Ensure you carry out thorough research on these to find which type will be the right fit for you.”
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Kick Off 2021 With A Financial Detox. Here's How
Deciding on a New Year’s Resolution can be tough and while it’s tempting to overhaul your diet or vow to exercise daily, there’s an alternative option that doesn’t involve skipping dessert or running in the freezing cold – a financial detox.This may sound like a daunting process but future-proofing your finances can be broken down into manageable steps and will also have a positive impact on your overall mindset.“The pressures, worries and anxiety that are caused by falling behind in management of finances often results in a negative effect on mental health,” explains Natalie Montgomery, founder of Almara Consulting Group. “Financial detoxing will allow you to have a fresh perspective of your current circumstances.”If you’re not sure where to start then don’t worry. From reviewing where you stand to planning for the future, here’s how to kickstart 2021 with a money detox.Take stock of your finances While it can feel scary, knowing exactly where you stand is key to creating a manageable plan. Thankfully, there are plenty of online tools to help and Montgomery suggests kicking things off by finding a simple cash flow spreadsheet online, explaining: “We set ourselves up to succeed financially by ensuring we know where our money is going before it gets there.”“Pay attention to monthly expenses such as gym memberships and subscriptions”, advises Rosie Hooper, financial planner, “as these seemingly small figures soon add up”. She adds, “now is the time to reassess and make sure you’re getting your money’s worth with all the services you’re paying for.“You can also begin to evaluate your irregular outgoings, such as clothes shopping or meals out with friends. And while 2020 has had a lot of downsides, Hooper points out that it has given many of us the chance to see where we previously spent money unnecessarily – or as she puts it, “leaked” cash.“This is the best year that we’ve ever had for people to realise where they, quite frankly, waste their money,” she explains. “It’s like, ‘why was buying that cup of coffee and then quickly buying that lunch?’ because we haven’t been going into town, we’ve not been buying lunches out.“This is money you are literally just leaking and you’re not getting any value from it.”Understanding your credit rating The second step in taking stock of your finances is checking your credit rating, which you can do online in minutes, for free.There are three approved agencies you can use to check your score: Experian, Equifax or TransUnion. Each of these will perform what is known as a “soft check” on your file, which essentially means they’ll assess your rating without letting any lenders know you’ve looked (as sometimes checking your score regularly can work against you). When your report is generated, you’ll receive a numerical score and brief overview of how it was calculated.In order to build your score, making sure your bank is aware of any house moves and getting yourself on the electoral register. You can also prove that you’re financially responsible by making regular payments reliably and keeping on top of any debt by making the minimum repayments.Understanding your credit rating might not feel important right now but your current spending could have a long-term impact and affect your ability to borrow money or secure a mortgage in the future. Set a financial goal Perhaps you’d like to clear a chunk of debt or save up for a weekend away with mates – what you do with your hard-earned cash is entirely up to you. Don’t worry too much about how ambitious you’re being either, it’s more important to be realistic and set an achievable goal to work towards.“This will enable you to have a clear vision on how much you should be aiming to save each month throughout 2021 and what you intend on doing with your savings,” Montgomery says.The all-important budget Once you’ve assessed your outgoings and decided on what to aim for, it’s time to build a budget that will help you meet your money goals. Crack out the cashflow spreadsheet again and make a plan for how much you’d like to spend and save each month.Rather than seeing this a slightly tedious exercise in setting limits, Hooper suggests rethinking the activity. “I know some people think having a budget is restrictive but it’s not about restricting what you spend, it’s about having visibility,” she says. “There’s a key difference between restricting and visibility. If I know, I’m spending £250 on a Gucci belt and I love it, and I’m getting the value, I’m fine with that. But you need to be consciously aware of where you waste your money.”Putting aside savings each month – no matter how small – is also key. “Saving is a routine,” she says. “It’s a habit [and] you’ve got to make yourself do it.”Give yourself room for changes While your budget should be realistic, it’s not uncommon to find your spending plans are a little too tough to stick to and real-life also often throws curveballs you couldn’t have predicted.If you find yourself struggling, don’t panic. Montgomery recommends regularly setting aside a little time for an honest reassessment of your outgoings.“Even though their intentions are in the right place, many people do not meet their budgeting goals because after they create their plan, they do not take adequate time periodically throughout the year to review [it],” she says. “Review your budget plan once a month – set yourself a recurring reminder in your calendar!”Where to stash your savings  You’ve created the budget, adjusted it monthly and managed to set aside the extra cash… so now what? Where you decide to keep your savings will depend on what you’re planning to spend the money on but where your savings are kept separate from the funds used for day-to-day spending, is a good place to start.Montgomery also suggests trying to put some of your extra cash into a longer-term pot with an Individual Savings Account (ISA), adding: “Ensure you carry out thorough research on these to find which type will be the right fit for you.”
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Selling Sunset Star Heather Rae Young Leaving LA Brokerage To Set Up New Oppenheim Group Office
Selling Sunset star Heather Rae Young is set to leave the show’s Los Angeles office to open up a new branch of the brokerage featured on the Netflix show. Oppenheim Group co-owner Jason Oppenheim has revealed he has charged the real estate agent with working in a new office in Newport Beach, California, as the group expands. Speaking to Fox News, he said: “Heather is going to be working out of that office and my best friend is going to be managing the office.“The office that we’re looking at is insane. I mean, it’s insane. So hopefully I’ll be signing the lease soon.”However, those worried that this could mean Heather is set to leave Selling Sunset can breathe a sigh of relief, as a rep for the Oppenheim Group maintained that Heather “will be based out of the LA office as always” as she balances her new commitment to the Orange County office. They added that she “won’t be going anywhere”.Heather’s news is the latest in a number of shake-ups for the brokerage featured on the hit Netflix reality show.  Davina Potratz announced back in October that she is leaving the property firm to join a rival brokerage in Beverly Hills after they made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. “It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision,” she told People magazine at the time. However, Davina said she was still hoping to feature in the next season of Selling Sunset, adding: “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.”There has been much speculation as to whether Brett has left the brokerage he ran with his brother Jason to launch his own. While Davina and co-stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause have all suggested this is the case in various interviews, Jason has previously denied it. Selling Sunset series 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now. READ MORE: Chrishell Stause Dismisses Gleb Savchenko Romance Rumours As Dancer Announces Divorce Christine From Selling Sunset Has The Tables Turned As She Shows Viewers Around Her Own Home Selling Sunset's Jason Appearing On Gemma Collins' Diva Forever Is The Reality TV Crossover We Had No Idea Existed
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Selling Sunset Star Heather Rae Young Reveals More Big Changes To The Oppenheim Group Office
Selling Sunset star Heather Rae Young is set to leave the show’s Los Angeles office to open up a new branch of the brokerage featured on the Netflix show. Oppenheim Group co-owner Jason Oppenheim has revealed he has charged the real estate agent with working in a new office in Newport Beach, California, as the group expands. Speaking to Fox News, he said: “Heather is going to be working out of that office and my best friend is going to be managing the office.“The office that we’re looking at is insane. I mean, it’s insane. So hopefully I’ll be signing the lease soon.”However, those worried that this could mean Heather is set to leave Selling Sunset can breathe a sigh of relief, as a rep for the Oppenheim Group maintained that Heather “will be based out of the LA office as always” as she balances her new commitment to the Orange County office. They added that she “won’t be going anywhere”.Heather’s news is the latest in a number of shake-ups for the brokerage featured on the hit Netflix reality show.  Davina Potratz announced back in October that she is leaving the property firm to join a rival brokerage in Beverly Hills after they made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. “It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision,” she told People magazine at the time. However, Davina said she was still hoping to feature in the next season of Selling Sunset, adding: “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.”There has been much speculation as to whether Brett has left the brokerage he ran with his brother Jason to launch his own. While Davina and co-stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause have all suggested this is the case in various interviews, Jason has previously denied it. Selling Sunset series 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now. READ MORE: Chrishell Stause Dismisses Gleb Savchenko Romance Rumours As Dancer Announces Divorce Christine From Selling Sunset Has The Tables Turned As She Shows Viewers Around Her Own Home Selling Sunset's Jason Appearing On Gemma Collins' Diva Forever Is The Reality TV Crossover We Had No Idea Existed
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Selling Sunset Star Jason Oppenheim Reveals More Big Changes To The Brokerage
Selling Sunset star Heather Rae Young is set to leave the show’s Los Angeles office to open up a new branch of the brokerage featured on the Netflix show. Oppenheim Group co-owner Jason Oppenheim has revealed he has charged the real estate agent with working in a new office in Newport Beach, California, as the group expands. Speaking to Fox News, he said: “Heather is going to be working out of that office and my best friend is going to be managing the office.“The office that we’re looking at is insane. I mean, it’s insane. So hopefully I’ll be signing the lease soon.”However, those worried that this could mean Heather is set to leave Selling Sunset can breathe a sigh of relief, as a rep for the Oppenheim Group maintained that Heather “will be based out of the LA office as always” as she balances her new commitment to the Orange County office. They added that she “won’t be going anywhere”.Heather’s news is the latest in a number of shake-ups for the brokerage featured on the hit Netflix reality show.  Davina Potratz announced back in October that she is leaving the property firm to join a rival brokerage in Beverly Hills after they made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. “It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision,” she told People magazine at the time. However, Davina said she was still hoping to feature in the next season of Selling Sunset, adding: “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.”There has been much speculation as to whether Brett has left the brokerage he ran with his brother Jason to launch his own. While Davina and co-stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause have all suggested this is the case in various interviews, Jason has previously denied it. Selling Sunset series 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now. READ MORE: Chrishell Stause Dismisses Gleb Savchenko Romance Rumours As Dancer Announces Divorce Christine From Selling Sunset Has The Tables Turned As She Shows Viewers Around Her Own Home Selling Sunset's Jason Appearing On Gemma Collins' Diva Forever Is The Reality TV Crossover We Had No Idea Existed
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Selling Sunset Star Jason Oppenheim Reveals More Big Changes To The Brokerage
Selling Sunset star Heather Rae Young is set to leave the show’s Los Angeles office to open up a new branch of the brokerage featured on the Netflix show. Oppenheim Group co-owner Jason Oppenheim has revealed he has charged the real estate agent with working in a new office in Newport Beach, California, as the group expands. Speaking to Fox News, he said: “Heather is going to be working out of that office and my best friend is going to be managing the office.“The office that we’re looking at is insane. I mean, it’s insane. So hopefully I’ll be signing the lease soon.”However, those worried that this could mean Heather is set to leave Selling Sunset can breathe a sigh of relief, as a rep for the Oppenheim Group maintained that Heather “will be based out of the LA office as always” as she balances her new commitment to the Orange County office. They added that she “won’t be going anywhere”.Heather’s news is the latest in a number of shake-ups for the brokerage featured on the hit Netflix reality show.  Davina Potratz announced back in October that she is leaving the property firm to join a rival brokerage in Beverly Hills after they made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. “It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision,” she told People magazine at the time. However, Davina said she was still hoping to feature in the next season of Selling Sunset, adding: “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.”There has been much speculation as to whether Brett has left the brokerage he ran with his brother Jason to launch his own. While Davina and co-stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause have all suggested this is the case in various interviews, Jason has previously denied it. Selling Sunset series 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now. READ MORE: Chrishell Stause Dismisses Gleb Savchenko Romance Rumours As Dancer Announces Divorce Christine From Selling Sunset Has The Tables Turned As She Shows Viewers Around Her Own Home Selling Sunset's Jason Appearing On Gemma Collins' Diva Forever Is The Reality TV Crossover We Had No Idea Existed
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