Who is Emma Hernan from Selling Sunset?
Emma Hernan is an American reality television personality and real estate agent well known for appearing on the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset in its fourth season. She appears on the show alongside Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Heather Rae El Moussa, Mary Fitzgerald, and Amanza Smith.
Emma Hernan Age
Hernan is 30 years old as of 2021.
Emma Hernan Background
Family, Parents, and Siblings
Emma was born and raised in the beach town of Scituate, Massachusetts. Her family owned a seafood company which inspired her to begin her company Emma Leigh & Co.
Emma Hernan Husband
Hernan was previously engaged to Peter Cornell, a realtor, and director of the Sports and Entertainment Division at The Oppenheim Group. Apparently, Peter previously dated Christine Quinn becoming the major storyline in Season 4 of “Selling Sunset.”.
Quinn claimed that Cornell cheated on her with Emma. However, Emma maintains that her ex-fiance was single when she met him. Quinn is now married to Christian Richards and together they have a son.
Emma Hernan Net Worth
Emma has an estimated net worth of $500 k as a realtor and CEO of her food company.
Emma Hernan Oppenheim Group
Emma joined The Oppenheim Group in 2018 after buying a house from its founder Jason Oppenheim. She was convinced by Jason to get her own real estate license and was soon hired by the company. Since joining the company, Emma made close friendships with Chrishell Strause and Mary Fitzgerald whom she considered her best friends.
Asked why she joined the show later, Emma said that she has been busy investing really heavily in different startups. She began her plant-based food company in Boston called Emma Leigh & Co. She revealed that she wants her young fans to always go after anything they want in life as they can accomplish anything.
Part of her success in real estate came through her connections in the food industry.
“Being in the food industry is a huge part of my story and also transitioning into real estate. A lot of the ties that I made from that — and from being a woman CEO and a woman entrepreneur — mean I’ve met other CEOs who are now purchasing homes. So you’ll see it unfold [on screen], but it makes a big difference, me coming on and having that entrepreneurial background, for sure.”